Released: May 16, 2005. 2005 The Yuko Ikewada Foundation, Tabaran Company. More By Nicholas Lens.
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Amor Aeternus – Hymns of Love is a music drama by Nicholas Lens. It is the third part of the operatic trilogy The Accacha Chronicles. The work follows on the parts Flamma Flamma and Terra Terra. In 19 sections, the score combines orchestra, chorus and six operatic voices that contrast with the eerie tonalities of two female nasal-natural singers
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Amor Aeternus – Hymns of Love is a music drama by Nicholas Lens. In 19 sections, the score combines orchestra, chorus and six operatic voices that contrast with the eerie tonalities of two female nasal-natural singers.
Listen to music from Nicholas Lens like Flamma Flamma, Tegite Specula & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Nicholas Lens. The multi-disciplinary artist Nicholas Lens is a contemporary Belgian author/composer and (recently as well) director. He was born in Ypres, the small but legendary first world war town near the French boarder in Belgium. He started studying violin with his godfather when he was five. Once when he was playing in a very enthusiastic way during the lessons, his bow touched, by accident, the director of the local academy on one of his vital organs.
Part III: Amor Aeternus - Hymns of Love (2005), (Sony BMG 88 2). The Chronicles detail a three part tale where some eccentric gods visit Earth, once in each album, to find some entertainment by watching the humans. About the story: "A bunch of eccentric gods decide to visit earth, in total 3 times. Their visit has no special character, except maybe that they’re always in for some funny entertainment or distraction. And apparently the gods seem to be fascinated by the mortals and their behaviour, especially by their reactions on dramatic events like death, birth and love. So they imitate the mortals trying to literally feel what it is like to be confronted with typically human shortcomings or moods, with human sadness or joy, with human loss, death or birth.