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Morgengruss II - Popol Vuh - Aguirre

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  1. Oct 21,  · So it is a good introductory album to the magic music of Popol Vuh. Published. hellaguru Sep 10 Wish this was a bit less repetitive at times but that celestial shimmering "choir" organ is so otherworldly, I'm usually willing to overlook the repetition. Morgengruss II and Aguirre II are the most beautiful things I've ever heard!/5(26).
  2. Aguirre I - Fricke Morgengruss II - Fichelscher Aguirre II - Fricke Agnus Dei - Fricke 2 Vergegenwärtigung - Fricke Note: The original electronic track 'Vergegenwartigung' is replaced by a compilation of three acoustic titles of Popol Vuh: 'Wo bist du?', Auf den Weg' and ''Die Umkehr'. * III. AGUIRRE CD: Spalax SPA - - France.
  3. Aguirre is an absolute masterpiece in the electronic-space genre and in all kind of meditative, celestial music. None other records in popular music can equalize this classic in term of implication in beauty.
  4. BMG has announced the release of a 6xLP Popol Vuh box set, The Essential Album Collection Vol. 1, for April It contains five of their s albums – .
  5. Aguirre is the seventh album by German band Popol Vuh. It contains music used in the soundtrack to Werner Herzog's film Aguirre, the Wrath of God (), first released as an album in on Ohr, and reissued in by SPV with one bonus track. This score was the first of many filmic collaborations between the group and hardcore.ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfo: New-age, ambient, raga rock, krautrock.
  6. Feb 19,  · Morgengruß II and AGnus Dei are not anywhere in the film. And Aguirre III is Aguirre I + Aguirre II. Nothing new here. Missing is the slide guitar or keyboard (can't tell which) solo found in the very beginning of the film, and in the end when Aguirre (Kinski) goes mad and recites a speech declaring himself emperor/5(9).

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