[LMB] 5GU music
MATHEWS55 at msn.com
Mon Dec 19 23:18:49 GMT 2016
Ibran is fairly obvious. For a sample of Ibran music, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7IgJF9vh8
Las Cantigas de Santa Maria Russell Oberlin : Música Medieval - Música Antiga<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy7IgJF9vh8>
01. Prologo 2:37 02. Cantigas 7 5:25 03. Cantigas 97 2:44 04. Cantigas 36 1:12 05. Cantigas 261 4:55 06. Cantigas 330 1:39 07. Cantigas 160 1:35 08. Cantigas...
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It does make me wonder: what languages are being spoken in the 5GW?
Cedonian seems to be structured similarly to Greek. Are the other
languages like our world's tongues in the same way their nations and
cultures are versions of ours?
I suppose the Prayer to the White God would have to be regarded as an
inspired 'poetic reimagining' of the Chalionese version, since it's
English-specific. (But then again, the Ring inscription is much more
powerful in English than in either the Black Speech or any form of Elvish,
making it clear from an extra-universe perspective how it was composed.)
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