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May 17, 2011 | 6:40 AM EDT
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3.3 MB
3 min 35 sec
4.39 / 5.00

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Voice Acting - A Capella

Author Comments

Made for the May Nac 2011: Acapella Theme

The lyrics are just mumbo-jumbo that I think sounded cool for this simple song.

If you're interested, here are the "words":

*Underlining vocals:*

Haru a um badu ey
Haru a um badu ey
Haru a dum bai ro e no-a

Haru a um badu ey
Haru a um badu ey
Haru a dum bai ro e no-a

Ro ey do ey um ba
Haru ho no u no vu ma
Ro ey do ey um ba
Haru ho no u no vu ma / Haru ho no ver dey

Sem pre vi so ra sem pri ve :||

*Main Vocals:*

Vo lon tu ru so, Novo mo vo romo
Ga Sem pre, sin tu - Sempre vi so ro ma Mel
Ti se pra - Ven Trey - Ventra

Sim pri, ra sin ti ra
Haru ho-ney vi ma
Vo lon tu ru so, Novo mo vo romo Ga
Sem pre sin to ro bo va
Sem pre vi so ra, Sem pre vi so ra ...

Hare ho-ney ma ru
Haru ho-ney ma su
Vo lon tu ru so no va

It took me 5 hours to make. :) Enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Even if the lyrics are mumbo-jumbo I get the feeling italian with japanese.
Great song/mumbo-jumbo! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved this with a passion! You have a beautiful voice, and the melody is fantastic. It's intense but at the same time since the words are just sounds it's intensely secret :P

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful song even though the words do not have any meaning your melody in the song gives the words a meaning that is absolutely lovely!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good Show, I was just wanting to inquire, was this song make with Vocaloids?
If so or not, I'll continue to love this song!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This song may not really 'mean' anything, but it speaks to my freaking soul. It uses the human voice (and not to mention a mesmerisingly beautiful one at that) purely as an instrument in a way that I've never really heard before in a song, and just like how a piano doesn't speak a language but its notes can still play a melody with meaning, so does your voice in this piece. It combines the sounds of Latin, Spanish and Japanese seamlessly, with lyrics guided only by what syllables sound beautiful together.

Overall, I think this is a triumph of epic proportions for not just this musical style, but for music in general. It transcends the limits of language itself and forms something that is in fact incredibly deep and meaningful despite not translating to anything specific.

Simply put: Hania, you're a genius.

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