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Cris DAveugle - Diamanda Galás - Plague Mass (CD, Album)

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  1. This Is the Law of the Plague [Live] 3. I Wake Up and I See the Face of the Devil [Live] 4. Confessional [Live] 5. How Shall Our Judgement Be Carried Out upon the Wicked [Live] 6. Let Us Praise the Masters of Slow Death [Live] 7. Consecration [Live] 8. Sono l'Antichristo [Live] 9. Cris d'Aveugle.
  2. Diamanda Galás discography and songs: Music profile for Diamanda Galás, born 29 August Genres: Experimental, Piano Blues, A cappella. Albums include The Litanies of Satan, The Divine Punishment, and Plague Mass.
  3. More importantly, the trilogy was reworked into the massive live work known as Plague Mass (Mute Records, ), arguably the pinnacle of Diamanda’s career. At once epic, terrifying and compelling, the tremendously powerful Plague Mass would see Diamanda performing stripped to the waist and covered in blood and ultimately denounced by the.
  4. Diamanda Galas, Plague Mass ( End of the Epidemic) (Mute, ) Using words to describe this recording borders on the heretical, but I will do my best/5(22).
  5. The May issue of The Wire: Adventures In Modern Music features Diamanda Galás on the cover, with a discussion of her new piano work, De-formation, Maniati dirge singing, and Plague Mass. On the cover: Diamanda Galás: The vocalist, composer and interpreter returns to the subjects of disease and diaspora via new work De:formation and her.
  6. Let me be blunt: this essay might be useless. I want to explain what Galás sounds like, but it feels like an impossible task. Writing about music is difficult enough. Yet, faced with the vocal arsenal of Galás, such a feat seems futile. I promise to nevertheless give it a valiant effort. This is not an album review. Forget about her recordings.
  7. ‘The Singer’ [] is Diamanda Galás suite of blues and gospel covers, and the follow-up to ‘Plague Mass’ Looping back to Diamanda’s formative influences - her father was a gospel choir director who introduced the young pianist and singer to classical music, New Orleans jazz and Greek classics - ‘The Singer’ revolves her singular takes on songs made famous by Billie Holiday.
  8. Diamanda’s father pushed her into piano lessons at a young age, but he forbid her to sing, because he thought singing was basically for idiots. He’d been a lounge band leader and had conducted gospel choirs, which by age 12 Diamanda had begun to accompany on piano or listened to from the top of the stairs. “Then when people would leave I would sing the music by myself, because I loved.
  9. Popular Diamanda Galás albums Guilty Guilty Guilty. Defixiones, Will and Testament Malediction and Prayer. The Singer. Plague Mass. .

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