遥かなる旅路 (5:03)

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  • celloria

    I really love this song! It's remind me in some desert places... Like Egpytian or Arabian atmosphere...

    27 Feb 2013 Reply
  • celloria

    Ah, the epicness in 2:50 <33

    27 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Kaikowolfy

    so beautiful~ I always have to think of it as a them song for some fantasy film too. xD

    22 Sep 2011 Reply
  • Shadowy-Chan

    @TakemuraMasato, I did read those parts and it's kinda hard to pronounce even if they are Arabic-derived. The language is not Arabic yes and it's actually great to know which language uses such Arabic-derived letters other than the ones I know, thanks. I'd love to hear Shikata-sama singing in Arabic one day, would be totally nice. I don't know many artists like her who are very good in singing in different difficult beautiful languages.

    10 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Chiharo

    Epicness attacks!

    30 May 2011 Reply
  • B-Dawk20

    This sounds very fantasy like. As if I should be hearing this in a fantasy epic film or something.

    6 May 2011 Reply
  • TakemuraMasato

    trilingual actually... more importantly, those parts written in an Arabic-derived script are actually in Uyghur language. Uyghurs are Turkic people who live in a supposedly autonomous land in the western part of China, known to the Chinese as Xin-jiang, actually called Autonomous Republic of Eastern Turkestan. Every once in a while, they switch between Roman and Arabic-derived alphabets; but they have been using the latter for more than two decades to my knowledge, probably more. Anyway, it's not Arabic, it's Uyghur. Shikata-sama has not tried Arabic so far, and considering the deal of challenge the phonetics of Arabic language will pose, I doubt she ever will. Would be nice to hear though...

    3 May 2010 Reply

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