Aria/Vocal Music

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sentralorigin
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Aria/Vocal Music

Post by sentralorigin » Sat May 19, 2007 11:44 am

I'm looking for artists that do aria type or choir music, like Carmina Burana's O Fortuna, Ave Maria, or Mozart's Lacrimsa type music. Sometimes I'm sometimes picky about my music :P , so can anyone just suggest whatever they have or comes to mind?

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Re: Aria/Vocal Music

Post by Lance » Sat May 19, 2007 12:49 pm

sentralorigin wrote:I'm looking for artists that do aria type or choir music, like Carmina Burana's O Fortuna, Ave Maria, or Mozart's Lacrimsa type music. Sometimes I'm sometimes picky about my music :P , so can anyone just suggest whatever they have or comes to mind?
I'm not sure I understand your request. Are you wanting suggestions of performing artists on recordings who sing the type of music you mention?
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Re: Aria/Vocal Music

Post by sentralorigin » Sat May 19, 2007 1:40 pm

Lance wrote:
sentralorigin wrote:I'm looking for artists that do aria type or choir music, like Carmina Burana's O Fortuna, Ave Maria, or Mozart's Lacrimsa type music. Sometimes I'm sometimes picky about my music :P , so can anyone just suggest whatever they have or comes to mind?
I'm not sure I understand your request. Are you wanting suggestions of performing artists on recordings who sing the type of music you mention?
Yes, names of composers, singers, whatever names you can toss so I can listen to samples first then decide if I want to buy the albums

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Post by Chalkperson » Sat May 19, 2007 6:18 pm

You can start with two Volumes By Accentus, a French Choir led by Laurence Equilbey ...

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These should appeal to your taste..


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Re: Aria/Vocal Music

Post by Corlyss_D » Sat May 19, 2007 10:48 pm

sentralorigin wrote:Carmina Burana
Maybe some day someone will come here looking for EMQ's recording of the real thing.
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