Delayer - Could We Feel...? / Agnus Deo FLAC album
Title: Could We Feel...? / Agnus Deo
Style: Dub, Electro, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1606 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1255 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1853 mb
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Delayer sees the return (and an excellent return if we do say so ourselves) of Andy Eardley (ex - :zoviet france:, Horizon 222 & Ingleton Falls) to the recording world with an ambient experimental album based on sounds from the mouth. Andy Eardley worked with zoviet france from 1990 to 1995 and was part of the :ZF: side project, Horizon 222, subsequently working under the name Delayer. The three musicians involved feel drawn to create music that honours the process of spontaneous composition, favoured by Can. It was this process that Zoviet-France adopted. Apart from the debut 'Breath By Breath By Breathing' album,delayer also released ' Could We Fee., Agnus Deo' 7'' - Hand-numbered limited to 100 copies released on Klanggalerie Oct 2004. Artist descriptions on Last. Feel free to contribute!
Genre: Electronic Album: Could We Feel. Limited to 100 hand-numbered copies. Agnus Deo by Delayer.
What a Beautiful Name, Agnus Dei (Medley) Lyrics. You were the Word at the beginning One with God the Lord Most High Your hidden glory in creation Now revealed in You our Christ. You have no rival, You have no equal Now and forever, God, You reign Yours is the Kingdom, Yours is the glory Yours is the Name above all names. 6. Abide With Me. 7. What a Beautiful Name, Agnus Dei (Medley).
Artists Antonio Vivaldi Sacred Music, Vol. 7 Gloria in excelsis Deo, RV588: VII. Domine Deus, agnus Dei. Gloria in excelsis Deo, RV588: VII. Domine Deus, agnus Dei Antonio Vivaldi. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. Video Gloria in excelsis Deo, RV588: VII. Sacred Music, Vol. 2001. 23. 2'24. Top Songs Antonio Vivaldi.
Agnus Dei, referring to the Christian theological concept of the Lamb of God and the associated liturgical text from the Roman Catholic Latin Mass, has been set to music by many composers, as it is normally one of the movements or sections in a sung Mass setting. However, sometimes it stands alone, . it provides the lyrics for Samuel Barber's Agnus Dei, the choral arrangement of his Adagio for Strings.
Symphonic Death, Canada (2012 - Napalm Records (AUT)) Mehr Infos. 1. I, CALIGVLA I declare Gaius Augustus Germanicus, Emperor of Rome!" . dear Caligvla) Your father was a hero of Rome, I could not let him rise One day you will understand and worship me as a god My enemies will tremble, my wrath unmerciful Aut vincere Aut mori Rise, and all shall fall from the Tiberius cliff. 3. per oculos aquila. Oh! As the eagle watches the vision of worlds collide The monuments of a thousand deaths The snakes are slithering Feel the warm embrace Feel the thunder slay Feel the power of the sun Conquering the lands of the undone.
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