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Christopher Tin - Calling All Dawns: A Song Cycle (2009) DTS 5.1
Christopher Tin - Calling All Dawns: A Song Cycle
Artist: Christopher Tin | Album: Calling All Dawns: A Song Cycle | Style: Classical, Orchestral, World-music, Vocal | Year: 2009 | Quality: DTS 5.1 (.dts tracks, 96kHz/24Bit) | Bitrate: ~1510 kbps | Tracks: 12 | Size: ~509 Mb | Recovery: 3% | Covers: in archive | Release: rip of DVD by Tin Works Publishing (Surround Edition), 2009

"Quite frankly Christopher Tin's album is a masterpiece. Every track is of such a high calibre and standard... It's the first album for a while that works better played as an entirety than as individual tracks... Put simply "Calling All Dawns" is not just the best world music album of 2009, it's one of the best world music albums of the decade. Pure and absolute musical hedonism."

"This album really is amazing in every way shape and form. I've seen some interpretations of the cycle of life, but this has to be the best one so far... a masterpiece of vocal works that surely stirs our hearts and souls..."

"I can't find the words strong enough to tell you how stunning this CD is. It's an album with an important message of the unity and bond that we all share... it might sound overly dramatic for just a CD, but it only tells you how strong the music is."

Movement 1: Day (Life)
01. Baba Yetu (Swahili) (03:28)
02. Mado Kara Mieru (Japanese) (04:46)
03. Dao Zai Fan Ye (Mandarin) (03:16)
04. Se E Pra Vir Que Venha (Portuguese) (04:15)
05. Rassemblons-Nous (French) (04:28)
Movement 2: Night (Death)
01. Lux Aeterna (Latin) (03:59)
02. Caoineadh (Irish) (05:44)
03. Hymn Do Trojcy Swietej (Polish) (06:49)
Movement 3: Dawn (Rebirth)
01. Hayom Kadosh (Hebrew) (01:46)
01. Hamsafar (Farsi) (02:52)
03. Sukla-Krsne (Sanskrit) (02:02)
04. Kia Hora Te Marino (Maori) (03:23)

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  • 9 April 2017 17:31
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hot to burn it ?
Every time I obtain a simple Stereo CD Audio.... why the burning software convert it ?

Never had problems before in burning DTS CD Audio either with single tracks...any help ?
  • 9 April 2017 17:37
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This is not for burn. Exactly this is not AudioCD. This is rip from dvd in dts 96kHz/24Bit.
  • 9 April 2017 19:00
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thanks but usually when I got Album 5.1 dts files in .dts or .wav extension burning them to a cd audio will result in a final dts audio cd 5.1....
  • 9 April 2017 19:14
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AudioCD or DTSCD in format wav or dta with bitrate ~1411 kbps44.1kHz/16-24Bit.
  • 9 April 2017 20:49
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so, at this point... how to burn these .dts files to make a 5.1 dts audio cd ?

my oppo 83 can't open .dts files from USB had, it only decode .dts from a physical disc support.... so I must burn the cd....
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