Richard Adler (87), Michael Brown (23), David Climie, Nancy Hamilton (12), Jerry Ross (71), Dion Titheradge (7). Performer. Elaine Dunn (4), Cyril Ritchard (38).
This is a list of poems that have been set to music at a later date. In the classical music tradition, this type of setting may be referred to as an art song. A group of poems, usually by the same poet, which are set to music to form a single work, is called a song cycle.
Innocente," "Underwater," and "Aria" have music videos. All songs written by Bill Leeb and all lyrics written by respective vocalists unless otherwise noted. Only a few thousand albums were published this way. The misprint is recognizable by the CDs being pressed in The Netherlands and the cover is green instead of brown.
A Song by Richard Crashaw. Lord when the sense of thy sweet grace Sends up my soul to seek thy face. Thy blessed eyes breed such desire. Richard Crashaw (1612 - 1649, England).
Poem lays into airy and burdened repetition, but the use of guest vocals makes it worthwhile. Modern rocker Matthew Sweet adds an edge to "Daylight," but the classicality found with using a female voice is what makes Delerium most familiar and most enjoyable. Mediaeval Baebes' Katharine Blake (ex-Miranda Sex Garden) throws "Aria" into a passionate tirade of electronic wizardry in abstract composition. Synth beats are heavy, yet the overall note progression aims for an anesthetizing seclusion.
The results are in, the most peculiar odd-time track awaits inside. This week saw you guys debating about the weirdest odd-time signature song of all time. As in most cases, UG community has delivered, check out the goodies you've compiled below. 10. Gojira - "Flying Whales". Gojira gets to kick off the list with " Flying Whales. Plenty of time signature shifts and different moods in this one, but have you checked out that guy hand-farting the song ? Now that's impressive! 9. Meshuggah - "Marrow".
Not Austin, Vo. 7. David Newman, Dimitri Tiomkin, Richard Addinsell, Cyril J. Mockridge - Sundance.
Title: Odd Songs and a Poem. Genre: Stage & Screen.