Dead Can Dance - Emmeleia Lyrics




Sota mono tratao no trateja mon
Uto traja satija totaja tom
Ima toja satao no trateja mon
Uto traja satija tom satija tom
Sadom sadom
Sadom sadom
Una torti sadom
Una parki sadom

Suta mono tratao na trateja ton
Uto traja satija totaja ton
Ima toja satao uno trateja ton
Uto traja satija tom satija tom
Sadom sadom
Sadom sadom
Una torti sadom
Una parki sadom

Suta mono tratao na trateja ton
Uto traja satija totaja ton
Ima toja satao no trateja ton
Uto traja satija tom satija tom
Sadom sadom
Sadom sadom
Una torti sadom
Una parki sadom





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  1. Betsabé Osuna

    Does anyone know the translation for this? sounds like a mourning chant... I find it beautiful and so misterious

  2. belegg

    Şu şarkının nasıl yazıldığını, ne anlattığını öğrenmek ve anlamak için neler vermezdim

    Özgün Deniz Aslan

    Aslında şarkı hiç bişey anlatmıyor kelimeler antik Makedon dilinden alıntı ve uydurma anlayacağın bir anlamı yok sözlerin, lakin şarkının adı ise antik Yunanistan'da bir çeşit ayin bir çeşit tiyatral oyundur acı ve trajedi yüklü bir oyun. Bu yüzden şarkı dinleyene hüzün veriyor

  3. Pollege

    @[email protected] other songs like this??

  4. EL AMANGEN

    ¿alguien conoce alguna otra canción o canto parecida a esta? ¿Does anyone know any other song like this?

  5. Erica Paz

    "Emmeleia": The title (in Greek ἐμμέλεια, meaning "gracefulness" or "harmonization") was the name of the grave and dignified dance of tragedy in the theatre of ancient Greece (each dramatic genre featured its own chorus dance, being the emmeleia or emmelīa in tragedy, the kordax or cordax in comedy, and the sikinnis or sicinnis in satyr-play[10]). The "lyrics" derive from Lisa Gerrard's usual glossolalia, but because she had to write down a phonetic version for Brendan Perry to sing along with her, this song sounds much more like a structured language. Written transcriptions exist but no language could be recognised.

  6. Jay Nice

    Is this a real language?

    Osmond S.

    Yes. It's a form of Hellenic language, related to Greek.

    Osmond S.

    It's Ancient Macedonian, a Hellenic language related to Greek.

  7. Philippe Cirse

    Presque tout ce qui nous entoure est une conséquence du renoncement et du chagrin. Les écrits et images sur des murs fissurés et des lucarnes murales qui font mal aux yeux représentent une vérité que personne bientôt ne lira, ni ne regardera plus ! Nous sommes entourés aujourd'hui de marionnettes musiciennes condescendantes et aveuglées par d'autres croyances que nos simples désirs et aspirations .. Il nous reste la possibilité de nous décrasser avec cette musique joyeuse et insouciante !! Merci DCD

  8. kh22912

    Sounds Greek... beautiful

    Osmond S.

    Close. It's actually Ancient Macedonian; which is a relative to Greek. (a Hellenic language)

  9. Yel Yel

    Even touching your speakers listening to this is majestically harmonical.

  10. Chane Garcia

    ¡Hola!, ¿cómo están? Bien es sabido que en las canciones de "jazz" a veces se cantan las canciones sin usar palabras reales sino que más bien la canción es cantada mediante sonidos ininteligibles, sonidos que no significan nada... a esta técnica de canto se le llama #Scat, y es en realidad una improvisación vocal de sonidos que uno, el cantante, hace a lo loco. *¿Esta canción de Dead Can Dance, "Emmeleia", también está cantada en "scat"?*

    Dianita Carol

    no aplica en este grupo , ellos fueron a distintos lugares del mundo a recopilar canciones ( muchas son de tribus)

    EL AMANGEN

    no amigo, lo que hacen se llama glosolalia

  11. achilleskocaeli

    excellent...

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  13. Diane lévesque

    Sota mono tratao no trateja mon
    Uto traja satija totaja tom
    Ima toja satao no trateja mon
    Uto traja satija tom, satija tom
    Sadom sadom
    Sadom sadom

    Una torti sadom
    Una parki sadom

    Ii. suta mono tratao na trateja ton
    Uto traja satija totaja ton
    Ima toja satao uno trateja ton
    Uto traja satija tom, satija tom
    Sadom sadom
    Sadom, sadom

    Una torti sadom
    Una parki sadom

    Lenka Karhanová

    do you know please this lenguage ?

    milancelisac

    Lenka Karhanová It’s not any existing language. Just phonetically transcribed random syllables.

    Pollege

    @Lenka Karhanová ancient Macedonian. A dead language

    aaron bareiro

    @milancelisac is call glosolalia o xenoglosia, it is the fluid vocalization of syllables with no understandable meaning. In current use, both terms differ in that while glossolalia is the babble of non-existent language, xenoglossia is the ability to speak fluently a language that the speaker has never learned

  14. Саша Ростовян

    это прекрасно !

  15. Osman Demiroğlu

    WHICH LANGUEGE IS THIS

    pro oyuncu

    Osman demiroğlu sanırım yunanca

    Osmond S.

    This was an ancient pagan Hellenic hymn. The language is ancient Macedonian (now extinct). That's why it sounds similar to Greek. Hellenic peoples would dance to this hymn when something tragic or devastating would happen to someone of their tribe.

    Fit Ateist

    Avusturalyaca galiba

    Fit Ateist

    Googlede çevirdimde hırdavatça diyor

    Pollege

    @Osmond S. thanks

  16. Swelgo Swelgo

    Je suis fan, tu as le mot de passe ???? franchement magnifique, tu sors ça d'où ????

  17. Swelgo Swelgo

    Je nous vois bien à une cérémonie secrète avec en fond cette musique
    Love love love

  18. Marie Bernos

    Superbe envoûtement

  19. Lógica Astrologica

    Necesario

  20. Vítězslav Ureš

    It was not a good idea playing Chaos Engine with this music =)

  21. Jazzy J

    What language is this in? 
    Because it's not Greek or Hebrew,is this the Pleiadian dialect? 

    Candice Honeycutt

    Because they're thought to come from the Pleidian constellation

    Jazzy J

    @***** Through meditation and out of body experiences from what a lot of people say. How do so many people believe in "god" when there is absolutely no proof that it exists. 

    Caslav

    Something approximate to this could be Orthodox / Greek-Byzantine music by Divna Ljubojevic.

    Seto Monteiro

    Just to remember, wtf you guys are thinking a year ago, goodbye!

    noahconstrictor100

    Orthodox chant is different than this. This is closer to Old Roman chant (pre-schism) where the Churches were united, and their music was unlike any still performed, beautiful though "modern" chant may be.

  22. Rachel Eliason

    It's glossolalia, the same kind of sounds and rhythm as people talking in tongues.

    kh22912

    Actually no. It is ancient Macedonian (a dead language) and is a pagan Hellenic hymn from ancient times, sung or danced during times of tragedy

  23. Juan Morr

    La voz de Lisa Gerrard es algo indescriptible, solo se que te lleva a algun lugar fuera de este mundo para convertirte en otra persona capaz de explorar lo mas profundo que hay en ti... No importa el idioma o el lenguaje en el cual canta.... lo que importa es la energía que transmiten cada uno de los sonidos que sus canciones emiten.

    Josué Vera Azar

    Lo que quieres decir es que tuviste una experiencia intrapsiquica que te llevo a visualizarte a ti mismo fuera del dominio de la mente racional?  Si es asi, estoy totalmente de acuerdo, ya que sentí lo mismo al escucharla :P
    - Saludos.

    Juan Morr

    Totalmente... puedo decir que la experiencia fue intrapsiquica y que me llevo a explorar un mundo subjetivo que siempre esta alli pero que solo la voz de ella logra despertar. Saludos

    Juan Morr

    @Josué Vera Azar Totalmente... puedo decir que la experiencia fue intrapsiquica y que me llevo a explorar un mundo subjetivo que siempre esta alli pero que solo la voz de ella logra despertar. Saludos
    Añade un comentario...

  24. BookerFTW

    Something comes to my head when i listen to this, something wierd... and freaks me out...

    Osmond S.

    This was an ancient pagan Hellenic hymn. The language is ancient Macedonian (now extinct). That's why it sounds similar to Greek. Hellenic peoples would dance to this hymn when something tragic or devastating would happen to someone of their tribe.

    ΚΩΣΤΑΣ ΜΑΝΑΣ

    @Osmond S. Actually, no I am greek and in school our ancient laguage is totaly diferent from that

    Osmond S.

    @ΚΩΣΤΑΣ ΜΑΝΑΣ this is a form of Hellenic, I assure you. But its not greek. Plus it probably had more grammar cases back then. Modern Greek has only about 4.

  25. Clube da Miragem

    Late and scary ...

  26. Paulo Serra

    @klaus herrmann...SHUT UP,IT ONLY COME SHEET OUT YOUR'S...

  27. Paulo Serra

    One of the best !

  28. Britton Gream

    if it's not english, its probably made up. they do that a lot. they talk about it in the Toward the Within DVD.

  29. jhjuyb huyh

    ."A message from the Pleiades brought me here". (;

    White Wolf

    jhjuyb huyh ?

  30. Sherlock Pepper

    purity...

  31. John Risinger

    What is the 1:50 image?

  32. John Risinger

    Then how did the 1:50 image appear in his death moments?

  33. John Risinger

    Did he see god?

  34. John Risinger

    Really?

  35. John Risinger

    Most people would say this was sort of crazy that people listen to an unkown language that the girl sings... And some may say creepy.. But to me this is Relaxing and brings me home reunited with my soul..

  36. John Risinger

    How do you know you will see that when you die??

  37. Ajk810

    i know im not saying that the song is greek

  38. Ajk810

    It says that it is eluding to greek so Emmelei is the greek dance of tragedy. Look uo Emmeleia on wikipedia

  39. Ajk810

    "Emmeleia" (the Greek dance of tragedy)

  40. TheJoshMaggot

    Its Lisa Gerrards language....nothing else. Its just what comes out of her. She rocks!

  41. Schwarz Baron

    @AmbiBambiish celtic language i guess :)

    Pollege

    Antique macedonian :)

  42. Nazlı Kalkan

    THE VOİCE OF GOD

  43. Amber Rose Wilson

    amazing :) so calming and inspiring. what language is this?

    Osmond S.

    This was an ancient pagan Hellenic hymn. The language is ancient Macedonian (now extinct). That's why it sounds similar to Greek. Hellenic peoples would dance to this hymn when something tragic or devastating would happen to someone of their tribe.

    Dead one

    Since we're beating a dead horse anyway- it's not a real language but a made up one (glossolalia)

  44. Arzak Lobo

    el 2013 se aproxima a paso lento pero seguro, en las visiones perceptibles de cualquier individuo, podemos parecer almas apreciando el cambio trascendental que limpiara a Gaia de todo mal..........

  45. Xavier Hartzer

    pour touttes les feames love

  46. gunofpower

    wonderful

  47. gellipirelli

    1+1=1
    genial