Seele In Not CD 2 1. Kabinett Der Sinne 2. Make It End 3. Satura 4. Stolzes Herz 5. Versiegelt Glanzumstromt 6. Versuchung 7. Darkness 8. Copycat 9. Elodia Elodia is the sixth album by German duet Lacrimosa. Lacrimosa describe Elodia as a concept album and a rock opera, divided into three acts.
The first act describes a love that is slowly being overwhelmed; the second act describes the act of separation itself, while the third act begins with a requiem, Sanctus, before ending on a note of hope. Elodia was an important point in the development of Lacrimosa's music into more classical areas, with the London Symphony Orchestra, the Rosenberg Ensemble and the Hamburg State Opera contributing to the orchestral side.
Sanctus is a particular example of this, as it is based on the Christian liturgy of the same name, and dominated by the choral vocals of the Rosenberg Ensemble. It is not entirely an orchestral work, as it includes a section of Tilo Wolff's vocals and a guitar solo; it did, however, pave the way for the track Kyrie on Lacrimosa's eighth album Echos, which was entirely a classical work.
Alleine zu zweit Together Alone - 3. Halt mich Hold Me - 4. The Turning Point - 2nd Act 5. Related Tags gothic symphonic metal gothic metal instrumental Add tags View all tags.
Play track. Artist images more. Lacrimosa , listeners Related Tags gothic metal gothic darkwave Lacrimosa is a duo led by German-born Tilo Wolff, the main composer, and Finnish Anne Nurmi, currently based in Switzerland and founded in Lacrimosa was at the beginning a solo project of Tilo Wolff and his musical genre originally was neue deutsche todeskunst New German Death Art.
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Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date March 11, Recording Date June, - September, Nostalgic Sentimental. This song is excellent, mixing low and high strings with piano in a manner that shows the skills of the composer. It has some Chopin, some Liszt overtones that make it incredible romantic. I say cheesy because it's so obvious it is not a true clavicembalo but a keyboard-simulated intrument that we're hearing, it sounds ridicule.
But soon enough the song gets back on track, the strings appear playing some pretty romantic figures it sounds odd when suddenly electronic-percussion blasts off, the "harpsichord" plays a twirling ostinato figure that doesn't sound suited for such an instrument at all Another success, if a little weird-sounding at times. Soon after it begins we have the full metal outfit behind us with all the power of the drums, heavy-sounding metal riffs and imposing keys. The singing, on the other side, is spectacular, if a little dry.
This is the heaviest song in the record and also the second where we get to listen to Anne just shortly. This track goes through a lot of different moods and styles, but it's a good closing number for an album that truly represents a classical-gothic-rock genre.
The piece is a little bit slower and longer than needed and for these reasons is the only one that overstays its welcome a bit. In the end, I can say this is a remarkable album with a few flaws here and there. It's original music, it's well-done music, it's melodic music, but I reckon it may not be for everybody.
People that want to venture into this territory must have some experience with classical music, not because ECHOS demands the listener to know about it, but because it has so much of it, if you're not into classical at all, you may perfectly be utterly bored with Lacrimosa's opus. Recommended for: Fans of classical music AND hard, heavy music,; fans of gothic rock that can take classical music; well, I think my point is clear: if you want to listen to this, have in mind that you have to like classical music.
If not Apart is the song where Anne pays too much tribute to Enya and the whole New Age style. If not the heaviest, then at least the most up tempo, Malina is very reminiscent of a Genghis Khan old 80s German pop band song with its electronic keyboard melodies and even some guitar riffs. The closer Die Schreie Sind Verstummt proceeds very slowly, but it reaches its tragic apogee around min.
To all of you who know, like and appreciate Lacrimosa — buy Echos. Yes, it tends to stagnate in spots, but that is just Tilo Wolff being himself. This will be unlike any regular Gothic Metal record you are used to. As I stated before, Lacrimosa probably is not Metal, but who gives a damn.
They simply like to produce classically tinged dark music that is so in harmony with their souls.Jun 07, · Song Kyrie; Artist Lacrimosa; Album Echos; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Hall Of Sermon); LatinAutor, Muserk .