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9 thoughts on “ Voxnova - In The Sky I Am Walking (CD, Album)

  1. Jul 25,  · Walk The Sky Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, WMG (on behalf of Napalm Records Handels GmbH); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, and 3 .
  2. OCLC Number: Language Note: Sung in various North and South American Indian languages, English, or French. Notes: Songs of various North and South American Indians (1st-9th works) and music based on melodies and/or texts of the American Indians (Chippewa, Pawnee, Nootka, Teton Sioux, Ayacucho, Aztec).
  3. As I walk along, I wonder A-what went wrong with our love A love that was so strong. And as I still walk on, I think of The things we've done together While our hearts were young. I'm a-walkin' in the rain Tears are fallin', and I feel the pain A-wishin' you were here by me To end this misery. And I wonder I wah-wah-wah-wah-wonder Why Why, why.
  4. "In the sky I am walking " (American Indian Songs) () bass baritone, mezzo soprano Voxnova The Native American songs at the beginning of this disc were chosen for their variety and the musical interest. An artistic osmosis takes place on this CD beginning with the oral tradition of the music, poetry and stories.
  5. Walk the Sky was recorded from the beginning of March through to May This album was recorded differently to the band's previous record, with vocalist Myles Kennedy and guitarist Mark Tremonti sharing their own song ideas, which were then moulded into shape alongside bassist Brian Marshall and drummer Scott Phillips.
  6. Stockhausen: In The Sky I Am Walking; 5 Native American Songs, an album by Vox Nova on Spotify.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for In the Sky I am Walking: Native American Songs - Ensemble Vox Nova on AllMusic -
  8. On the far side of the sky The first thing that I'm gonna do Is spread my wings and fly I'm gonna land beside a lion And run my fingers through his mane Or I might find out what it's like To ride a drop of rain [Chorus] Yeah when I get where I'm going There'll be only happy tears I will shed the sins and struggles I have carried all these years.
  9. Sep 14,  · Walking to the Sky is the first-ever major outdoor work in New York City by Jonathan Borofsky (b, Boston, MA). Walking to the Sky depicts a number of different people scaling a soaring foot-tall stainless steel pole. The piece sprouts out of the ground like a contemporary counterpart to Jack’s fairytale beanstalk.

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