History Music / CallingAllDawns

24th Jul '15 1:40:39 PM hobbitguy1420
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* SpiritualSuccessor: Tin's second album, ''[[http://www.stereoalchemy.com/ God of Love]]'', despite a GenreShift to techno(mostly from Trip Hop and PostPunk), follows a similar theme of Love and Death, and also draws upon poetry and literature, mostly from the Renaissance and Romantic periods. It's also far DarkerAndEdgier than ''Calling All Dawns''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Tin's second album, ''[[http://www.stereoalchemy.com/ God of Love]]'', despite a GenreShift to techno(mostly from Trip Hop and PostPunk), follows a similar theme of Love and Death, and also draws upon poetry and literature, mostly from the Renaissance and Romantic periods. It's also far DarkerAndEdgier than ''Calling All Dawns''. His third album, ''Music/TheDropThatContainedTheSea,'' resonates much more fully with this album.
24th Jul '15 5:35:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* Myth/HinduMythology: The lyrics for ''Sukla-Krsne'' is an excerpt from the BhagavadGita, specifically Krishna explaining to the prince of the two paths to the afterlife. This [[FridgeBrilliance fits]] within the greater theme of the album, the cycle of life and death.

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* Myth/HinduMythology: The lyrics for ''Sukla-Krsne'' is an excerpt from the BhagavadGita, Literature/BhagavadGita, specifically Krishna explaining to the prince of the two paths to the afterlife. This [[FridgeBrilliance fits]] within the greater theme of the album, the cycle of life and death.
10th Mar '15 8:12:47 PM jormis29
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* HinduMythology: The lyrics for ''Sukla-Krsne'' is an excerpt from the BhagavadGita, specifically Krishna explaining to the prince of the two paths to the afterlife. This [[FridgeBrilliance fits]] within the greater theme of the album, the cycle of life and death.

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* HinduMythology: Myth/HinduMythology: The lyrics for ''Sukla-Krsne'' is an excerpt from the BhagavadGita, specifically Krishna explaining to the prince of the two paths to the afterlife. This [[FridgeBrilliance fits]] within the greater theme of the album, the cycle of life and death.
23rd Jan '15 8:00:16 AM Patachou
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''Calling All Dawns'' is a 2009 classical album, and the debut album of composer Christopher Tin. Recently, he was known [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome for producing the first piece of video game music to win a Grammy,]] ''[[VideoGame/{{Civilization}} Baba Yetu,]]'' with a rerecorded version included on this album.

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''Calling '''Calling All Dawns'' Dawns''' is a 2009 classical ClassicalMusic album, and the debut album of composer Christopher Tin. Recently, he was known [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome for producing the first piece of video game music to win a Grammy,]] ''[[VideoGame/{{Civilization}} Baba Yetu,]]'' with a rerecorded re-recorded version included on this album.



* OneWordTitle: "Hamsáfár"



* RuleOfThree

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* RuleOfThreeRuleOfThree: The album consists of three movements.
26th Dec '14 3:31:06 PM Quag15
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* DoNotGoGentle: ''Rassemblons-Nous'', to provide a counterpoint to ''Se É Pra Vir Que Venha'', to [[ScrewDestiny revolt against death]] guns blazing. [[FridgeBrilliance Appropriately enough,]] [[TheFrenchRevolution the song is in French.]]

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* DoNotGoGentle: ''Rassemblons-Nous'', to provide a counterpoint to ''Se É Pra Vir Que Venha'', to [[ScrewDestiny revolt against death]] guns blazing. [[FridgeBrilliance Appropriately enough,]] [[TheFrenchRevolution [[UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution the song is in French.]]
13th Nov '14 8:13:29 AM Patachou
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!! Tracklist:
# "Baba Yetu"
# "Mado Kara Mieru"
# "Dao Zai Fan Ye"
# "Se É Pra Vir Que Venha"
# "Rassemblons-Nous"
# "Lux Aeterna"
# "Caoineadh"
# "Hymn Do Trójcy Świętej"
# "Hayom Kadosh"
# "Hamsáfár"
# "Sukla-Krsne"
# "Kia Hora Te Marino"
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* CelebrityCameo: Aoi Tada, better known for [[Anime/CowboyBebop Radical Edward]], is one of the lead singers of ''Mado Kara Mieru.''



* HeyItsThatVoice: Aoi Tada, better known for [[Anime/CowboyBebop Radical Edward]], is one of the lead singers of ''Mado Kara Mieru.''
22nd Jul '14 1:27:23 PM madcapguy
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Aoi Tada, better known for [[CowboyBebop Radical Edward]], is one of the lead singers of ''Mado Kara Mieru.''

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Aoi Tada, better known for [[CowboyBebop [[Anime/CowboyBebop Radical Edward]], is one of the lead singers of ''Mado Kara Mieru.''
13th May '14 2:54:57 PM Nanuq
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A follow-up album, ''The Drop That Contained the Sea,'' was released in May, 2014.

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A follow-up album, ''The Drop That Contained the Sea,'' ''Music/TheDropThatContainedTheSea,'' was released in May, 2014.
8th May '14 12:53:48 PM hobbitguy1420
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A follow-up album, ''The Drop That Contained the Sea,'' was released in May, 2014.
3rd Dec '13 7:09:53 PM EarlOfSandvich
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!!Tropes seen in ''CallingAllDawns'' include:

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!!Tropes seen in ''CallingAllDawns'' ''Calling All Dawns'' include:
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