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Published on Jun 26, 2010
Oh boy, making this was fun. Originally I intended it to be choir only, but in the end it was the wiser course of action to add some taiko drums and very, very simple rythmic accompaniment. Also it contributed to the ambiente.
This song is a 'prayer to the Inari', the shinto god of fertility and harvest. This prayer is mostly about the beauty of autumn, before the trees and plants shed their leaves and stand bare. The time in which everything is burning in the flaming red and golden colors of the foliage.
the main line of the prayer is:
"Kazeyo, Kazeyo, Edahawo Busuru!", meaning: "Wind, Oh Wind, carassing through the foliage..."