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    [Gakupo, Kiyoteru, Luka, Miku Appends, Miki] Inari no Kitou


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    [Gakupo, Kiyoteru, Luka, Miku Appends, Miki] Inari no Kitou

    Post  Kentai-P on Sat Jun 26, 2010 7:08 am

    Hi Everybody!

    This songs title means "Prayer to Inari" or "Prayer to the Inari", if you think like me, that there are more than one xD

    It is pretty much choir, I added some reaaaally light accompaniment, taiko drums and something shakey, and an erhu for the intro.
    That's pretty much it.

    I really liked making this one and I also like the flow of the song.

    It has simplistic lyrics, but I think they are just right for a prayer chant: either simplistic or super complex. Everything in between doesn't sound quite right to me.

    Also I don't know the meaning of the expression 'middle ground'. I am extreme, period. ^-^

    so here the chant:

    Like I mention in the description:

    The main line in the chant is:

    "Kazeyo, kazeyo, edahawo busuru!", meaning:
    "Wind, Oh wind, carassing through the foliage!".


    I bet most of you noticed: the picture is a screenshot from 'Princess Mononoke'


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