That they played and sang from the heart is without doubt. I saw them and heard them and was affected by them. As well as being faithful to the tradition I feel that the impact of the music is thus enhanced and its intent is made clear and unambiguous. I also believe that music can heal and mend, and can save the soul.
My greatest hope is that this music might soften the bitterness which exists in the ears of those who feel that they can only express by violence what is within them, and that it might bring comfort to the friends of those who are gone. And to those who have not been affected by the situation — that it may enable them to feel the pain.
The Irish psyche is exposed and informed by music.
Time is marked, a nerve is touched, events are noted, spiritual moments recorded, put by as sound in air. It is important to make a tribute, a marker to the sad and unnecessary loss of life through violence in the troubles in these islands.
This gathering of laments is a monument to this sadness, to innocence, to hope. Whilst listening there is reflection of a landscape, of a human condition and of profound grief. The situation of innocent death served by others for political gain happens nearly daily in Ireland.
Each musician here was asked to consider this loss of life in the trouble and to reflect it by contributing an air for this anthology. The Gloaming.
Nusrat's concert at the festival in was the first in front of a primarily non-Asian audience. Real World Studios has been the heart and soul of Society of Sound. The creative hub from which some A blog by Sheila as part of Real World Tales, marking the label's 25th anniversary in Liner notes Lament was first conceived several years ago as an event for Derry in Northern Ireland rather than a disc or tape, but no structure for its realisation lived up to the first idea of hair-raising sound carrying across the river at dusk and dawn, hanging in the air and in the mind.
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How to pronounce lament? Alex US English.
A lament or lamentation is a passionate expression of grief, often in music, poetry , or song form. The grief is most often born of regret, or mourning. Laments can. lament definition: 1. to express sadness and feeling sorry about something: 2. a song, poem, or other piece of writing that expresses sadness about someone's.
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Lament, v. Henley and R. Some imitative words are more surprising than others. Find Poets. I heard you wake up from the same bad dream. Show more. From Cambridge English Corpus.
Veena Indian. How to say lament in sign language? Examples of lament in a Sentence Chuck Grassley : I lament how this hearing has come about.
R Chamberlain : Too much to lament a misery is the next way to draw on a remediless mischief. Lillian Eichler Watson : There has never been an age that did not applaud the past and lament the present. Popularity rank by frequency of use lament It is said that Donald Ban, who was killed at Moy in , had an intimation that he would not return. It was composed in after the execution of Gregor MacGregor by the Campbells.
The grief-stricken widow, Marion Campbell, describes what happened as she sings to her child. It is generally held to be based on the loss of seven of MacCrimmon's eight sons to an unknown illness, possibly brought to Skye by a trading vessel.
It may have been inspired by both. There is a short, free musical form appearing in the Baroque and then again in the Romantic periods, called a lament. It is typically a set of harmonic variations in homophonic texture, wherein the bass descends through a tetrachord, usually one suggesting a minor mode. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Lament disambiguation and Lamentation disambiguation.