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There's a song i remember where in the beginning there is some lady that sings with an OPera voice, no words, just the haaaa haaaaaaa haaaaaaaaaaa. She does it for a bit only. Get it? Anyway, the song is old, before 2000. ANyone know what's it called? Thanks!
 
Registered:: April 13, 2010Report This Post
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I think you are probably referring to Aria from Live at the Acropolis. It's only on the DVD not on the CD.
 
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Hi Bonnie Smiler

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It's only on the DVD not on the CD.


Actually "Aria" is on the cd "Live At Acropolis".It's on the European version of this cd.

Hi yanni 1234 Smiler
You can also find this song in the compilation "In The Mirror".
I hope this helps Smiler

Myky
 
Registered:: September 16, 2006Report This Post
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Greetings, yanni1234.

I'm thinking on two options: "Aria" from Dare To Dream (1992) or "Tribute" from the album with same name (1997). You can get confused between these two. I did, at the beggining. Razzer
We could identify it, too, if you tell us the tempo and the mood of it (how fast or slow it is and what feelings do you feel when hearing it).
Hope we can (Myky and me) help you with this. Take care.


Your friend (and pocket walrus), Gerry.
"Make every second you live a reflection of passion and love".
 
Registered:: May 04, 2009Report This Post
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I'm thinking on two options: "Aria" from Dare To Dream (1992) or "Tribute" from the album with same name (1997).


Yes,you're right Gerry..it could be "Tribute" or "Aria".. Smiler

Myky
 
Registered:: September 16, 2006Report This Post
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Hello Yanni1234,

I also agree with Gerry & Myky it could be either song.

To help speed up your search Aria is a distinct "Operatic" piece, two separate vocalists are performing and the tempo is much more upbeat whereby Tribute does start out with violins, cellos, etc -- and then leads into the "AAAAAAAA" as you've mentioned.

Aria (Live at the Acropolis) is as the title infers, a live taping, very upbeat and starts out with Charlie Adams on the drums and then leads into the vocals.

Hope this helps. Smiler

Kathrine


 
Registered:: August 04, 2005Report This Post
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It is beautiful to run two CD's together.. When our friend added my Yanni's music to our Australia CD trip, he ran two together at the end and it is fabulous! Eeker


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