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Karl Jenkins - Adiemus III: Dances of Time (1998), [MP3 320 Kbps] Classical - New Age [Tntvillage]


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Karl Jenkins - Adiemus III - Dances Of Time
     01 - Corrente (Courante).mp3 -
11.68 MB

     02 - Un Bolero Azul (Blue Bolero).mp3 -
19.74 MB

     03 - La La La Koora (Ländler).mp3 -
7.72 MB

     04 - Dawn Dancing.mp3 -
7.44 MB

     05 - Kaya Kakooya (Rumba).mp3 -
10.54 MB

     06 - Intrada & Pavan.mp3 -
17.09 MB

     07 - Minuet.mp3 -
3.25 MB

     08 - Rain Dance.mp3 -
10.38 MB

     09 - African Tango.mp3 -
18.65 MB

     10 - Zarabanda (Saraband).mp3 -
10.64 MB

     11 - Ein Wiener Walzer (A Viennese Waltz).mp3 -
11.54 MB

     12 - Hymn to the Dance.mp3 -
8.89 MB

     13 - Dos a Dos (Square Dance).mp3 -
9.65 MB



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Karl Jenkins - Adiemus III: Dances of Time (1998), [LOSSY MP3 320 Kbps] Classical - New Age [Tntvillage.Scambioetico]

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Karl Jenkins - Adiemus III: Dances of Time
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Album
Title: Adiemus III: Dances of Time
Year: 1998
Genre: Classical - New Age
Label: OMTown, Virgin

Tracklist
1. Corrente (Courante)
2. Un Bolero Azul (Blue Bolero)5
3. La La La Koora (Ländler)
4. Dawn Dancing
5. Kaya Kakooya (Rumba)
6. Intrada & Pavan
7. Minuet
8. Rain Dance
9. African Tango
10. Zarabanda (Saraband)
11. Ein Wiener Walzer (A Viennese Waltz)
12. Hymn to the Dance
13. Dos a Dos (Square Dance)

Description
fonte: en.wikipedia.org
Released in 1998, Adiemus III: Dances of Time is the third album by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins as part of the Adiemus project. This album is a tribute to the interrelationship between music and dance throughout history. As such, most tracks are composed in a traditional style of dance, including meter.
In addition to the multitracked vocals used in the previous Adiemus recordings, Jenkins introduces the Finnish Adiemus Singers to perform the chorus to Miriam Stockley's lead.

Review
fonte: www.amazon.co.uk
Oddly enough, newcomers to the Adiemus experience could do far worse than start here and work backwards. Unlike its predecessors, this volume of new music for orchestra-plus-quasi-early-music-stroke-ethnic-vocals purports to be based on a kind of potted history of dance music (that's s in Grove rather than groove), with the resulting rhythmic diversity enlivening the music no end. However, what seems to have escaped even the composer (at least if his po-faced booklet notes are anything to go by) is the unassailable fact that dance has always had an enormous influence on the style and form of popular music, which has in turn informed this music in some cheer-inducing ways. Jenkins himself points us towards his gavottes, waltzes, rumbas and square dances, but the musical results are a splendidly unstuffy mixture--Adiemus does the torch song, Adiemus does the Victorian parlour ditty, Adiemus does Disney--which is immediately enjoyable. The effect is like that of a good stage musical, producing a frisson of recognition with every number. This is recommended on grounds of sheer affability

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Karl Jenkins and the Adiemus singers led by vocalist Mariam Stockley are known for original vocal arrangements that are vaguely liturgical and feature movie soundtrack-like string arrangements. Jenkins explores different cultures and musical periods on this album. There is a bolero and a square dance, an alpine folk dance, and dance styles from the 16th and 17th centuries. Notes for each track point out the historical derivations of each original piece, sometimes with the unique rhythm detailed in a notated example.

Biography
fonte: en.wikipedia.org
Karl William Jenkins OBE D.Mus. (born 17 February 1944) is a Welsh musician and composer. Jenkins was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year Honours list for 2005.
Background
Jenkins was born and raised in the Gower village of Penclawdd. His father, who was a local schoolteacher, organist, and choirmaster, gave him his initial musical instruction.
Jenkins began his diverse musical career as an oboist in the National Youth Orchestra of Wales. He went on to study music at University College, Cardiff, and then commenced postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music.
Career overview
For the bulk of his early career, he was known as a jazz and jazz-rock musician, playing variously: baritone and soprano saxophones, keyboards, and oboe, an unusual instrument in a jazz context. He joined jazz composer Graham Collier's group and later co-founded the jazz-rock group Nucleus, which won first prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1970. Later he joined the Canterbury progressive rock band Soft Machine in 1972 and co-led their very last performances in 1984. The group defied categorisation and played venues as diverse as The Proms, Carnegie Hall, and the Newport Jazz Festival. The album on which Jenkins first played with Soft Machine, Six, won the Melody Maker British Jazz Album of the Year award in 1973. Jenkins also won the miscellaneous musical instrument section (as he did the following year). Soft Machine was voted best small group in the Melody Maker jazz poll of 1974. After Mike Ratledge left the band in 1976 Soft Machine did not include any of its founding members, but kept recording on a project basis with line-ups revolving around Jenkins and drummer John Marshall. Balanced against Melody Maker's positive view of the Soft Machine of 1973 and 1974, Hugh Hopper, involved with the group since inception, cites Jenkins "third rate" musical involvement in his own decision to leave the band, and the band of the late '70s has been described by band member John Etheridge as wasting its potential.
Jenkins has created a good deal of advertising music, twice winning the industry prize in that field. Perhaps his most-heard piece of music is the classical theme used by De Beers diamond merchants for their famous television advertising campaign focusing on jewellery worn by people who are otherwise seen only in silhouette. He later included it as the title track in a compilation of various works called Diamond Music, and eventually created Palladio, using it as the theme of the first movement.
As a composer, his breakthrough came with the crossover project Adiemus. Jenkins has conducted the Adiemus project in Japan, Germany, Spain, Finland, the Netherlands, and Belgium, as well as London's Royal Albert Hall and Battersea Power Station. The Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary (1995) album sold well enough where it topped the classical album charts. It spawned a series of successors, each revolving around a central theme.
Jenkins was the first international composer and conductor to conduct the University of Johannesburg Kingsway Choir led by Renette Bouwer, during his visit to South Africa as the choir performed his The Armed Man: A mass for peace together with a 70 piece orchestra.
He is also a joint president of the British Double Reed Society
Awards and achievements
Jenkins holds a D.Mus (Doctor of Music) degree from the University of Wales. He has been made both a Fellow and an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, and a room has been named in his honour. He also has fellowships at Cardiff University, the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Trinity College Carmarthen, Swansea Institute and was presented by Classic FM with the 'Red f' award for outstanding service to classical music.
He was awarded an honorary doctorate in Music from the University of Leicester, the Chancellors Medal from the University of Glamorgan and two Honorary visiting Professorships; one at Thames Valley University, London College of Music and the other at the ATriUM, Cardiff.
He was awarded an OBE, by Her Majesty The Queen, in the 2005 New Years Honours List "for services to music".
Jenkins' Post-nominal letters include D.Mus., FRAM (Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music), FWCMD and FTCC.

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