Title: Lux Aeterna
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Oda Relicta – Lux Aeterna. Label: Twilight Records (2) – TW . 9, Gradual Hate Records – GH113CD. Requiem Lux Aeterna was originally composed by Mykhayil . hukh in 1988. It was premièred in Donetsk (Ukraine) in 1990/1991. The recordings took place at the festivals in Gori (Georgia) and at Vorsel Meetings (Ukraine).
Oda Relicta was created in 2005 with the intention to represent the legacy of the local military orchestra - Zhytomyr Military Brass Orchestra, where Olegh Kolyada's uncle was involved into while serving in the army. Hence a military component of the project is the marches, and improvisations upon classical works performed throughout 1990s - 2005 by the local orchestra mentioned. In 2006 Oda Relicta came into an agreement with a Belgian label Neuropa Records for the debut's "The Crown & the Plough" issue a year later. In late 2008 Oda Relicta joined forces with an Argentinean label Twilight Records to release in early 2009 the 3rd album "Leper Mass", a commemoration to all the Georgians slaughtered by Russian aggressors in bloody summer of 2008. Likewise "Czarstvo dukha", the recording sessions took place at the metropolitan conservatoire to achieve classical effect.
Oda Relicta – Lux Aeterna by Old Captain, released 14 October 2011 1. Introitus 2. Requiem Aeternam 3. Kyrie Eleison 4. Sanctus Dominus Deus 5. Gloria In Excelsis 6. Lacrimosa 7. Agnus Dei 8. Libera Me 9. Lux Aeterna.
|4||Sanctus Dominus Deus||1:49|
|5||Gloria In Excelsis||2:02|
- Arranged By, Mixed By, Engineer – Olegh Kolyada
- Bass Vocals – Igor Dikov
- Choir – Child's Choir Of Donetsk Musical School
- Composed By, Conductor, Organ, Synthesizer – Mykhayil A.Shukh*
- Piano – Nataliya Chesnokova
- Soprano Vocals – Tamara Lagunova
- Tenor Vocals – Valeriy Kostin
NotesRequiem “Lux Aeterna” was originally composed by Mykhayil A.Shukh in 1988. It was premièred in Donetsk (Ukraine) in 1990/1991. The recordings took place at the festivals in Gori (Georgia) and at «Vorsel Meetings» (Ukraine). Re-recorded, re-engineered and re-arranged in 2010.
Comes in grey & black digipak limited to 200 copies.