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Wonderful

Anuna is a truly wonderful choral group with absolutely perfect harmonies and powerful sound. This album is an excellent buy for any fan of choral or Celtic music. All of the selections are truly stunning. I highly recommend the whole album, but some highlights are: Media Vita, The Raid, 'Sí Do Mhaimeo Í, and Silent O Moyle.

Stunning

If you have ever seen this group in concert, they are amazing. Though not all of your reading this may know a whole lot about singing, these guys have the best pitch i have ever heard. They can just pick a note out of the blue and all of them star singing. Thoug it's not on this alblum, i would recomend "Fingouala" i think that's how it's spelled but it is amazing, HA, what am I saying. ALL their music is just absolutuley wonderful.

Just stunning...

"Media Vita" is especially powerful when you look up the translation! All of these pieces are wonderful and well worth the buy for anyone interested in either Celtic sounding chorale arangements and even music to add to a more spiritual library.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: World

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Irish composer and choral director Michael McGlynn formed the chamber choir Anúna in Dublin in 1987 with the intent that it would unite the discipline of classical choral singing with the unaffected spontaneity typical of Irish folksinging. Until 1991 the group was named An Uaithne, which comes from the collective term for three types of traditional Irish song: lullaby, happy song, and lament. Its earliest repertoire was made up primarily of music from the 11th through the 16th centuries, but it...
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