Verfasst von: sanddancer | Januar 14, 2008

video – Deep Forest

We are slaves of our thoughts, dreams and wishes. We want to control them but it´s too hard to do. They are one big part of life and positions in reality. Dreams are not the utopical ideas, dreams are faced to the real world with their signs. We are faced to both.

Deep Forests Sweet Lullaby finde ich Klasse. Das Video erinnert an die Vielfalt, die die Welt in sich hat. Weg von pseudo-romantischen Reisesehnsüchten, zu Erkenntnissen anderer.

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  1. The Baegu lullaby heard in Sweet Lullaby is from Northern Malaita (Solomon Islands) recorded by ethnomusicologist Hugo Zemp. The song is called Rorogwela and is sung by Afunakwa.

    The lullaby is about a young child crying because his parents are not around. In response his older brother sings this song to comfort, as well as tell him the reality, with an appeal for his deceased parents to protect this child in the land of the living (local ancient belief is that the dead care for loved ones they left behind).

    http://www.deepforestmusic.com/lyrics.htm#lyric_sweetlullaby

    grüße


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