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Re: Visigothic song in youtube: Guthe Inweita

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  • anheropl0x
    Some of his pronunciations I don t agree with. But I have been listening to this album since I got it in 2009, and it s really incredible. It feels so
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 11, 2011
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      Some of his pronunciations I don't agree with. But I have been listening to this album since I got it in 2009, and it's really incredible. It feels so authentic.

      --- In gothic-l@yahoogroups.com, "ertydfh110" <ertydfh110@...> wrote:
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      > Hello, searching about gothic language and culture I´ve found this song. The author says the follwing:
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      > Aelfric - Guthe Inweita (Invocation of the Gods)
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      > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xs-Bk43uRVM
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      > Enter the enchanting and mysterious world of the ancient Goths. Aelfric and HallDream present restored texts in the ancient Gothic language, in elder verse form, cleverly merged with authentic Visigothic melodies found in manuscripts preserved in the old Goth-lands of Spain. This breakthrough reconstruction now makes ancient, authentic Gothic music available for the first time ever. The vocals are poems/songs in the Gothic language accompanied by the Germanic harp, penny whistle, drum and synths.
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      > I know nothing about Gothic language. For those of you that understand it, do you understand what the song says?. May be you can give a translation if you have some time. Is the gothic language he is using prety accurate?.It seems he has done a good job on it and the music also sounds good.
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      > It seems you can buy his music from here:
      > http://gs23.inmotionhosting.com/~napalm5/medievalmusic2.htm
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      > Regards.
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