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The Eternal Knot
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The Eternal Knot
2000 For the ones who expected me to repeat that this album is of the same kind than the previous volumes of Adiemus, we have to disappoint them. Well, this album is still similar to previous Adiemus because music is still very soft and ethnic choirs are still singing their heavenly ways. But Karl Jenkins made a difference with this album by adding a new atmosphere: Celtic ambiance as you could have been already told just by looking at the cover. So if youíre, like us, troubled by the sound of pipe and other Celtic flute, this album could make a difference in the world of AdiemusÖ
Journey, the best of Adiemus
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Journey, the best of Adiemus
2000 This album groups all main titles of the first three albums. A good beginning for those who donít know Adiemus and want to have an overview of what it is.
Dances of Time

Dances of Time
1999 We could not say much more about this album than what we already said about the second volume of Adiemus. Karl Jenkins still used the same ethnic choirs and composed the same kind of music to surround them. If youíre not bored but the previous two albums, go and buy this one. Itís actually a good album, as far as you really like this style of music over and over.
Cantata Mundi

Cantata Mundi
1998 Second volume by Adiemus, this album is very close to Songs of Sanctuary. Exactly the same ethnic choirs associated with the same kind of soft rhythms. Itís definitively a Karl Jenkinsí production. If you enjoyed the first album, do not hesitate anymore and get this one.
Songs of Sanctuary
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Songs of Sanctuary
1997 This album is worldwide famous, thanks to Delta Airlines and its commercial using the first track of this album. Karl Jenkins used ethnic choirs and very soft music (neither dance nor modern rhythms) that conferred to this album and to Adiemus in general a special and unique touch. This work could be associated with the work by Goran Bregovic.