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Author Topic: Choirs in The Shining Path  (Read 3367 times)

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Choirs in The Shining Path
« on: 20 October 2005, 00:46:26 »

Hi! does someone knows the choirs in this song? Really I need to know  :huh:
Thanks in advance
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« Reply #1 on: 14 February 2006, 13:18:45 »

Hi all! I know I'm exhuming this topic, but I want to know the lyrics for the choir too...

I have deep searched the entire forum and found many posts about latin lyrics in Tristania songs, but no one about this specific song. So, please, if anyone knows latin around here, or if you know at least the lyrics (or have ideas, I'm a latin student too and maybe I can fix up grammar, but my ear is not good for the language), please post here!

Thank all!
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« Reply #2 on: 28 June 2006, 22:32:05 »

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Hi all! I know I'm exhuming this topic, but I want to know the lyrics for the choir too...

I have deep searched the entire forum and found many posts about latin lyrics in Tristania songs, but no one about this specific song. So, please, if anyone knows latin around here, or if you know at least the lyrics (or have ideas, I'm a latin student too and maybe I can fix up grammar, but my ear is not good for the language), please post here!

Thank all!
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I don't know, possibly just vocalizing, everytime I listen and/or sing to it I hear/sing the following

"Ahhhhheeeeeeee,ahhhhhhhhoooooh, ohhhhhhehhhhhh, ahhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeee, ahhhhhhhhohhhh, ohhhhh ahhhhhhaaaaa eee, ahhhh ohhhhh ehhhhhhh ohhheeee, ahhheee, ahhheeehaahheee."

Sometimes, I just say "Lacrimosa" over and over again. It WOULD fit in this song! :o  :o
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« Reply #3 on: 29 June 2006, 07:08:13 »

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Hi all! I know I'm exhuming this topic, but I want to know the lyrics for the choir too...

I have deep searched the entire forum and found many posts about latin lyrics in Tristania songs, but no one about this specific song. So, please, if anyone knows latin around here, or if you know at least the lyrics (or have ideas, I'm a latin student too and maybe I can fix up grammar, but my ear is not good for the language), please post here!

Thank all!
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Bad search :)) I posted about Shining Path something:

it has definitly such words

The Shining Path

... Salus
... medio

:))

Maybe there are these verses


Si puer cum puellula (vana) salus

....

.... pariter e medio

... propulso procul tedio
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« Reply #4 on: 15 January 2007, 22:01:40 »

This is my first post, but ive been listening to WOG for quite a while now and I'm pretty certain i heard something in the shining path...

About 23 seconds in the song you can identify the words "Key Largo"...And though I may not know Latin, i do know "Key Largo" was a latin phrase which meant "May your ascension to Heaven be blissful"


Another thing im wondering about, though i am not sure is, in the choir when you hear the "Ahhhhhhh, Eeeeeeeeeee, Ohhhhhhhh (repeat)" I think the "Ohhhhhh" may say "Hosannah(s)" Which means a god, divine being, etc.

I believe this interpretations may be correct due to the heavy religious theme of the song.
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Re: Choirs in The Shining Path
« Reply #5 on: 02 February 2007, 21:58:53 »

Interesting stuff!  I want to listen to The Shining Path now.. *turns it on*

I hear what you hear too.  XDD

Too bad I don't know latin, I'd love to know what they're singing..
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