ADIEMUS CHOIR PDF

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Concept[ edit ] Each Adiemus album is a collection of song-length pieces featuring harmonised vocal melody against an orchestra background. There are no lyrics as such, instead the vocalists sing syllables and "words" invented by Jenkins. Syllables rarely end in consonants, for example. In this respect it is similar to Japanese and several other languages. The word adiemus itself resembles the Latin word adeamus meaning "let us approach" or "let us submit a cause to a referee" , [1] or, is sometimes regarded as the future tense of the same verb, meaning "we will approach" or "we will take possession".

Stockley was described by Jenkins as central to the Adiemus project due to her range and intonation ; however, she was not re-engaged for Vocalise. Additional vocals were provided by Mary Carewe on all but Dances of Time, which saw the introduction of the Finnish Adiemus Singers who would later appear on Vocalise.

Extra vocals and the chorus effects were created by overdubbing multitracked recordings of the singers in some cases up to 40 times and varying the speed of the tape. The Songs of Sanctuary orchestra consisted of a string section augmented by various ethnic percussion instruments, with occasional further additions such as bells , a recorder and a quena.

Mike Ratledge , with whom Jenkins had played in Soft Machine , contributed to the first album as well. Jenkins added brass and woodwind for Cantata Mundi, and continued to add more diverse instruments such as acoustic guitar on later albums.

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Adiemus Choir

Concept[ edit ] Each Adiemus album is a collection of song-length pieces featuring harmonised vocal melody against an orchestra background. There are no lyrics as such, instead the vocalists sing syllables and "words" invented by Jenkins. Syllables rarely end in consonants, for example. In this respect it is similar to Japanese and several other languages. The word adiemus itself resembles the Latin word adeamus meaning "let us approach" or "let us submit a cause to a referee" , [1] or, is sometimes regarded as the future tense of the same verb, meaning "we will approach" or "we will take possession". Stockley was described by Jenkins as central to the Adiemus project due to her range and intonation ; however, she was not re-engaged for Vocalise.

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