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ANUNA is a re-recording of An£na's debut album, completed in 2002. The album was very successful on its first release, charting to number 11 in the US Billboard World Music Charts. Included are classic An£na tracks, "Jerusalem", "The Blue Bird" and the sublime "Invocation
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The music in this cd is something you can play while reading or just relaxing. It could almost be called comforting. A lot of it is sung in another language (Irish and/or Latin), but when you read the words, both the music and the words are beautiful.
Anuna simply the best. constantly evolving,music for contemplation.
I've lately been pretty into Celtic Christian music, from Maire Brennan to Roma Downey. I think that Anuna's first album might be the best I've heard so far. I have previously heard the beautiful voices of Anuna on Riverdance and CD's with the Chieftains. Getting one of their albums enhances my love of them even more. Michael McGlynn, the brilliant young man behind the group, has collected many wonderful chants and traditional songs from Ireland and Scotland. He even composed some music and most of the equisite arrangments were by him. Each and every one of these songs creates a very ambient, spiritual atmosphere. All of this music was recorded in a church in only one day! All of the singers have very strong vocal ability. Sara Clancy, Katie McMahon, Monica Donlon, and all of the young women provide beautiful soprano vocals. The men have very Irish sounding tenors. Michael McGlynn himslef has a very good voice, especially in songs like "Media Vita" and "Invocation". They often sing vocal drones in the background, which makes a very ethereal atmosphere. Most songs are sight read and in a capella, but some sometimes there is instrumental accompniant, such as Mairead Ni Fhaolain on the harp, Caron Hannigan on the fiddle, and John McGlynn on the guitar(he is the twin brother of Michael and is very mastered on the guitar and Gaelic vocal singing). Percussionist Lloyd Byrne also plays the bodhran, which fits perfectly in songs "Media Vita", "The Raid", and "Si Do Mhaimeo"(She's Your Granny). Indeed, the vocals of the group can be their own instruments, but sometimes other instruments help add to the beauty. Whether they sing in Gaelic, Latin, or English, it all sounds meaningful. Their powerful sining styles makes the music sound so perfect, especially in "Jerusalem". This innovative music is very unique and something you have to hear for yourself. I can say many positive things about this album. It's one of those types of albums you wish had more than five stars. There will be no regrets in getting this album. I could say many things about all of these songs, especially "Media Vita" and "Jerusalem"(the two songs that helped start the group) but you must hear this album yourself. It speaks for itself.I bought this CD primarily because of Anuna's stunning performance in Riverdance. There is something so warm and mesmerising about the tone of this group, although it probably helps if you're already a fan of ancient Celtic music. I wasn't a fan only because I hadn't been exposed to much, and so at first I found some of the tracks a little unapproachable with the unusual harmonies. But having owned this album for a couple of years now, I take it out every now and then and I enjoy it more each time.There is an immense variety of pieces on this recording, from haunting and ethereal ('Invocation', 'Sanctus', 'The Blue Bird') to the more percussive and syncopated ('The Raid', 'Fionnghuala', 'Si Do Mhaimeo I'), but all tracks demonstrate the magnificent vocal ability of Anuna, both as a group and as soloists. I felt that each individual soloist was selected well for their song(s) in the way that their voices complemented the style of the piece. (I have heard many choirs where soloists have been selected because they might have had the most experience/biggest range etc. but their voice simply didn't suit the particular song.)My favourite pieces on the CD definitely include the first track, 'Media Vita', for its powerful monastic chant which builds with the gradual addition of each part. I also like the simplicity and sorrowful tone of Thomas Moore's 'Silent, O Moyle' and the gentle lilting tone that Sara Clancy's voice gives to this song. It works beautifully with the harp. And finally, Stanford's 'The Blue Bird' has long been one of my favourite choral pieces and I was so happy to find it on this recording. Although I don't think they sing it as technically faultlessly as say the Cambridge Singers, I prefer Anuna's warmer and richer sound. But there are no tracks on here that I skip, even if it has taken me a while to appreciate the full beauty and diversity of this CD.WELL I MUST SAY I HAVE BEEN A FAN OF ANUNA SINCE I FIRST SAW THEM ON RIVERDANCE IN THE LATE NINETIES. ALTHOUGH I FELT THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF THIS ALBUM (ENTITLED "ANUNA" WITH A DIFFERENT PHOTO ON THE COVER) SUFFERED FROM PRODUCTION DEFICIENCIES, I CAN SAY THAT THEIR SUCCEEDING ALBUMS HAVE BEEN AMAZING. SOMEONE FINALLY REALIZED HOW TO FULLY EXPLOIT THE HEAVENLY, DEEPLY RICH AND FULL SOUNDS THAT THIS CHORAL GROUP CAN PRODUCE! THEIR VOCAL INTERPRETATIONS CHARACTERIZED BY OFTEN UNIQUE HARMONIC ORCHESTRATIONS ARE CONSISTENTLY EXCITING AND VIBRANT. WITH EACH ALBUM THEY JUST GET BETTER AND BETTER. THIS ALBUM IS NO EXCEPTION! IT IS A RE-RELEASE AND HAS DEFINITELY BEEN "TWEAKED" UP A LITTLE. A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO ANYONES MUSICAL COLLECTION AS ARE ALL OF ANUNA'S ALBUMS FOR THAT MATTER. I BELIEVE "INVOCATION" IS PROBABLY THE MOST HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL PIECE I HAVE EVER HEARD. I CAN ONLY HOPE THEY COME BACK TO AMERICA ON SOME SORT OF TOUR AGAIN. I'LL BE FIRST IN LINE!