Symphony of Enchanted Lands II: The Dark Secret

Symphony of Enchanted Lands II: The Dark Secret

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by Rhapsody
     
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
11/23/1999
Label:
Lmp
UPC:
0693723313528
catalogNumber:
233135

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rhapsody   Primary Artist
Sascha Paeth   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Balalaika
Luca Turilli   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Choir, Chorus,Classical Guitar
Christiano Adacher   Choir, Chorus
Friedrike Bauer   Violin
Cosima Bergk   Viola
Tatiana Bloch   Choir, Chorus
Matthias Brommann   Violin
Davide Calabrese   Choir, Chorus
Daniele Carbonera   Percussion,Drums
Claas Harders   Viola,Gamba
Stefanie Holk   Violin
Stefanc Horz   Cembalo
Helmstedter Kammerchor   Choir, Chorus
Hagen Kuhr   Cello
Andreas Lamben   Conductor,Choir, Chorus
Jayn Lansford   Narrator
Jan Larsen   Viola
Sören Leupold   Lute
Fabio Lione   Vocals,Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Michele Mayer   Choir, Chorus
Miro   Choir, Chorus
Andre Neygenfind   Contrabass (Vocal)
Thomas Rettke   Choir, Chorus
Cinzia Rizzo   Choir, Chorus
Ricky Rizzo   Choir, Chorus
Almut Schlicker   Violin
Alex Staropoli   Piano,Harpsichord,Keyboards,Choir, Chorus
Manuel Staropoli   Oboe,Recorder,Choir, Chorus,Baroque Oboe,Baroque Recorder
Erik Steenbock   Drums
Marie-Theres Strumpf   Viola
Gilliano Tarlon   Choir, Chorus
Constanzev Vaniyne   Vocals
Ulrikev Wildenhof   Violin
Robert Hunecke-Rizzo   Choir, Chorus
Don Cossack Chorus   Choir, Chorus
Alessandro Lotta   Bass

Technical Credits

Rhapsody   Concept
Eric Philippe   Cover Art
Sascha Paeth   Producer,Engineer
Miro   Producer,Engineer
R. Limb Schnoor   Executive Producer
Alex Staropoli   Arranger,Orchestral Arrangements

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Symphony of Enchanted Lands II: The Dark Secret 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this cd doesnt stop once. from the intro track with the symphony and choir to the final medley, rhapsody gives manowar a run for their money for the title of 'kings of metal'. by far one of the greatest european metal acts ever, this album is set to the tale of a medieval fairytale, and the narration makes you feel part of the story...the perfect addition to any metal heads collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What at first sounds like incredibly dated, corny metal drivel..in fact becomes a great listen after a time. The intricacy of this work is something to behold...as a form of progressive 'art-metal' it is simply a 'must-have' for anyone interested in Symphonic metal, with lots of classical elements.. My only complaint: the narration is nearly laughable as it sounds so pretentious...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Excellent tracks! Keyboards can be heard well and vocals are fantastic. The quality of songs is high. This is very royal album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Rhapsody's music and the way they blend different styles of music. However the only complaint I have with it is the narraration. It breaks the songs up and is really annoying to hear some guy talking in the middle of a song. Other than that the music is great!