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B000MCH4LY.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpgrnrnrnLesiem and Magna Canta - complete Discography (Import versions)rnCreated by jasbreus rnrnContains.....rnrnLesiem - Chapter 2 rnLesiem - Mystic Spirit VoicesrnLesiem - Times rnMagna Canta - Enchanted SpiritsrnMagna Canta - Mysterious WorldrnrnrnrnThese two CD groups are probably best catagorized as "Gregorian Pop". Similar to Delerium, Blue Stone, and the song Mea Culpa from Enigma\'s first CD. Basically, they\'re Gregorian chant set to techno rythms. Not all songs have chants in them and those songs revert back to english lyrics, hence the common torrent.rnrnProduct DescriptionrnAuracle reveals a magical message for these times and speaks to the hearts of humanity in an age where legends inspire and muses seek to enlighten minds while passing a torch of spiritual light to fellow travelers across the globe. rnrnIn a land of lore where the imagination stretches beyond this earthly domain into heavenly paradises, Lesiem awaken sleeping myths, slumbering fables while embracing the wonders of the world. Lesiem create a universal musical style that majestically transforms the listener as beautiful melodies, Gregorian chants and mystical grooves create a unique style called mystic-pop. rnrnListen to Auracle...hear the language of the divine and let wisdom pass this way once again. rnrnThe newest installment of the wonder that is Lesiem...., October 2, 2004rnReviewer: Petar Vodogaz "Commissioner" (Sydney, NSW Australia)rn rnHaving just recieved this ordered CD from Amazon.com, I decided to listen to it and was impressed. Lesiem has not weakened in its third installment and its road down mysticism and spirituality is set. \'Auracle\', keeps the same ingredience as in the first 2 album releases by Lesiem. rnrnHaving knowledge in Latin served to strengthen my bond and feelings with Lesiem. Lesiem continues to provide amazement and finesse in its music. All tracks on this album from 1 to 12 are perfect and easy to listen to. The echantment of Lesiem continues. rnrnAn interesting, uplifting departure from Lesiem\'s first two albums, October 1, 2006 Reviewer: Brianna Neal (USA)rnrn"Auracle" seems to be the U.S.-packaged version of Lesiem\'s third CD, released in Germany with different cover art as "Times." The songs are the same, although they are presented in a different order, and a bonus DTS repetition of the song "Fides" is included on "Times." Overall, I have to say that I prefer the track order of "Times," which opens with a much more intriguing piece ("Prudentia") than does "Auracle." Neither version of the disc, however, was what I\'d expected from Alex Wende, Henning Westland, Sven Meisel and company as a follow up to "Mystic Spirit Voices" and "`Illumination." Gone is much of the dark, brooding, almost Wagnerian atmosphere, replaced instead by many pieces in a major key that feature simplistic pop vocals. The glorious, deep-voiced choir drops in and out between the solo verses and voiceovers, but it\'s not as much the focus as in previous albums. I miss that. Granted, the insistent, Celtic-style drumwork that crops up in several pieces is a welcome addition to Lesiem\'s sound. And the happy, new melodies are nice enough, sticking pleasantly in one\'s memory after a few listens. But that\'s not what made Lesiem stand out so strikingly from all the other groove-chant groups out there. "Auracle" (and/or "Times") is a worthy work in its own right, with high production values, impeccable musicianship and lots of heart. But compared to the group\'s preceding albums, it\'s hard not to view it as a bit watered down. For other uplifting Latin chants with modern underpinnings, try "Vision: The Music of Hildegard von Bingen" by Richard Souther, and "Libera," the luminous, self-titled debut album of Robert Prizeman and his talented boy choir. rnrnrnrn
rnrnLesiem - Illumination rnProduct DetailsrnAudio CD (June 24, 2003) rnOriginal Release Date: June 24, 2003 rnNumber of Discs: 1 rnLabel: Intent City rnASIN: B000092Q93 rnList Price: $16.99 rnProduct DescriptionrnBILLBOARD TOP 10 ARTIST rnFor fans of Enigma & Pink Floyd rnrnSo begins the second chapter within the story of Lesiem. Where the mystery of romance and the wonders of mythology tell the tale of a golden age called Illumination. rnrnBased on a gregorian chanting tradition that has been handed down for the past 50 years, Lesiem have created a universal musical style that will appeal to fans and lovers of the human voice. rnrnWhere the world of fantasy and reality merge into one, Lesiem open the heavens and paint the starry filled skies with the sensualness of operatic voices, worldbeat grooves, new age melodies and electronica elements into a musical genre they call Mystic-Pop. rnrnJourney with Lesiem as the mystic, the lover and dreamer as you navigate through far away lands and magical places into Illumination. rnrnEnigma and Pink Floyd??, October 4, 2003rnReviewer: James Roman (Houston, Texas United States)rn rnI discovered Lesiem as it was playing in a Barnes & Noble store. So I decided to go on a leap of faith and buy it. Immediately I noticed the sticker on it that said "For fans of Enigma and Pink Floyd". Upon listening to the album, I wouldn\'t think it necessary to compare Lesiem to anyone, but since they\'re so keen to be compared to these bands (their first album had a similar sticker), then let\'s compare! rnAs far as Pink Floyd goes, there is not one iota of a second on this record that comes close to reminding me of Pink Floyd. Enough said. I can see where the Enigma reference comes from, but true Enigma fans will see there\'s no comparison there either, especially since they\'re in a completely different level and genre now musically. Enigma used Gregorian chants in three tracks of their album MCMXC a.D. (which is far superior than Illumination), then never used them again save for background noise in a few of their future releases. They was never about Gregorian chants. In fact, the chants disappeared completely from their latest release, Voyageur. So Lesiem is a bit similar to Enigma from 13 years ago. Those listening to Lesiem with Enigma and Floyd in mind will hate this record beyond anything.rnrnNow for Illumination itself. Without comparison, this record is very well-made. The chants are VERY melodic, and blend into every song perfectly. Even on the track "Africa", the chants sound right at home in an African-style rhythm. The song "Navigator" sounds downright epic! And the song "Britannia" is so tender and musical you\'ll want to listen to it over and over. I\'m not too keen on using the exact same song to begin and end the album, and singer Felix Lauschus sounds like a Michael Cretu wannabe on "Diva". If you listen to Enigma\'s "Why...?", "Out From the Deep" or "Total Eclipse of the Moon" you\'ll see what I mean. But this album overall is a magnificent soundscape...like a soundtrack to a grand masterpiece. Any new age fan should check this record out.rnrnA powerful follow up to "Mystic Spirit Voices"!, October 1, 2006rnReviewer: Brianna Neal (USA) rnrnMore compelling and inventive groove chant from German musicians Alex Wende, Henning Westland, Heiko Jerke and a cast of thousands (well, not literally, but too many to squint at and retype here). This is my favorite of Lesien\'s releases. All the best elements from Lesiem\'s debut album are back in full force--the vocal soloists, Latin chants, men\'s choirs, and world beat underpinnings, all stylishly orchestrated and passionately presented. I especially like the use of Klingon (yes, Klingon--hey, if a language has been created, why not use it?) in track #4. This sweeping soundscape is music that tells a story--and probably a different story for each listener. Join Lesiem in their journey to a place "where the mystery of romance and the wonders of mythology tell the tale of a golden age," and "where the world of fantasy and reality merge into one." The third album in the trilogy that begins with "Mystic Spirit Voices" and continues with "Illumination" is "Auracle" (released as "Times" in Europe). If you like the work of Lesiem, try also that of Magna Canta and Era - very similar, and also Amethystium. For sacred chants of other cultures set to music with a similar dark intensity, try Oceania and Uttara-Kuru. rnrnrnB000092Q93.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpgrnrnrn
rnrnrnLesiem - Mystic Spirit VoicesrnVA-Mystic Spirits: Special Classic Edition V.4 (CD.1)[2005]rnrnProduct DetailsrnAudio CD (January 11, 2007) rnOriginal Release Date: January 8, 2007 rnFormat: Import rnLabel: Form Records S\'pore rnASIN: B000MCH4LY rnList Price: $28.99 rnrnrnB000MCH4LY.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpgrnrnrn
rnrnrnLESIEM - Times (2003)[NEW AGE][[email protected]]rnProduct DetailsrnAudio CD (April 20, 2006) rnOriginal Release Date: October 5, 2004 rnFormat: Enhanced, Import rnLabel: EMI rnASIN: B000BW8B44 rnList Price: $21.99 rnTimesrnB000BW8B44.01._SS500_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpgrnrnrnrnThird album from German band Lesiem who combine Gregorian chants with modern electronic sounds. \'Born out of a male voice choir, whose experience is based on a 50 year tradition, Lesiem soars across the heavens with their own brand of mystic-pop. Combining Gregorian chants with worldbeat loops, guitars & dreamlike voices, Lesiem bring their own unique style of ancient tradition to the modern world.\' - Lesiem website. EMI. 2004. rnrnAn interesting, uplifting departure from Lesiem\'s first two albums, October 1, 2006 Reviewer: Brianna Neal (USA)rnrn"Times" seems to be the German-packaged version of Lesiem\'s third CD, released in the States with different cover art as "Auracle." The songs are the same, although they are presented in a different order, and a bonus DTS repetition of the song "Fides" is included on "Times." Overall, I have to say that I prefer the track order of "Times," which opens with a much more intriguing piece ("Prudentia") than does "Auracle." Neither version of the disc, however, was quite what I\'d expected from Alex Wende, Henning Westland, Sven Meisel and company as a follow up to "Mystic Spirit Voices" and "`Illumination." Gone is much of the dark, brooding, almost Wagnerian atmosphere, replaced instead by many pieces in a major key that feature simplistic pop vocals. The glorious, deep-voiced choir drops in and out between the solo verses and voiceovers, but it\'s not as much the focus that it was in previous albums. I miss that. Granted, the insistent, Celtic-style drumwork that crops up in several pieces is a welcome addition to Lesiem\'s sound. And the happy, new melodies are nice enough, sticking pleasantly in one\'s memory after a few listens. But that\'s not what made Lesiem stand out so strikingly from all the other groups out there. "Times" (and/or "Auracle") is a worthy work in its own right, with high production values, impeccable musicianship and lots of heart. But compared to the group\'s preceding albums, it\'s hard not to view it as a bit watered down. For other uplifting Latin chants with modern underpinnings, try "Vision: The Music of Hildegard von Bingen," arranged and enhanced by Richard Souther, and "Libera," the luminous, self-titled debut album of Robert Prizeman and his talented boy choir. rnrnrn

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