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PLAIN FADE with WiOL
ANTHROPOGONIA
The Genesis of the New Humanity
Plain Fade
Performed by Plain Fade and Wiipurilaisen Osakunnan Laulajat (WiOL)
Produced by Plain Fade
Choir arrangements by Juho Koivuaho & Jussi Lehtinen
Recorded, mixed and co-produced by Jukka Putkinen
Choir recorded by Jussi Matikainen
Additional recordings and mixing by RaihiTron
Additional piano recording by Tyko Saarikko at UTUstudio
Mastered by Jaakko Viitalähde at Virtalähde Mastering
Plain Fade recorded at Seawolf Studios, Helsinki
WiOL recorded at Martinus Concert Hall, Vantaa
Organ recorded at Töölö Church, Helsinki
Grand piano recorded at Helsinki Pop & Jazz Conservatory and Tampere Conservatoire
Upright piano recorded at UTUstudio, Helsinki
Percussions recorded at Tampereen Työväen Teatteri
Harp & tubular bells recorded at Tampere Conservatoire
Lead vocals, additional guitars & synthesizers recorded at Pitkäniemi Hospital
Cover art by Oskari Tolonen
Typography & layout by Kaisa Roikonen
Juho Koivuaho: vocals, guitars, keyboards, gong
Raimo Kovalainen: drums
Jussi Lehtinen: grand piano, Rhodes piano, organ, keyboards, tubular bells
Miikka Salonen: guitars, keyboards
Johannes Tolonen: bass
Oskari Tolonen: timpani, percussion, synthesizers, triangle, the Moisturizer
with
Mikko Ängeslevä: Uuden Ihmisyyden Ruumiillistuma
Liisa Honkanen: harp
Hissu Hyvärinen & Visa Mäkelä: vocals on ”And in His Eyes I Saw Death”
Wiipurilaisen Osakunnan Laulajat
Jutta Seppinen, conductor
Sopranos
Eeva-Liisa Bastman, Elina Erra, Ina Göken, Johanna Hämäläinen,
Johanna Koivisto, Maija Lassila, Evianna Lehtipuu,
Elisa Ollikainen, Kaisa Paavolainen, Tuuli Rajavuori, Annukka Vanhanen,
Pauliina Veijalainen, Saara-Maria Yli-Haavisto
Altos
Aino Hovi , Hissu Hyvärinen, Inari Immonen, Sanni Kahilainen,
Sonja Kouva, Anu Kukkonen, Suvi Kukkonen, Aino Kärnä, Tiina Liiri,
Maisa Mikkonen, Ina Naukkarinen, Petra Nurminen, Minna Oksanen, Meeri Pussinen,
Vuokko Ranki, Ranna Rissanen, Sofia Silvo, Maiju Talvisto
Tenors
Miikka Hilke, Mikael Lavi, Juha Luukkonen,
Markus Montola, Tuomas Mäkelä, Pauli Peltola
Basses
Petteri Haveri, Kasperi Kaija, Joni Karjalainen, Pyry Koivisto,
Leino Kuuluvainen, Lennart Lang, Erik Lindroos,
Visa Mäkelä, Erkki Nurmi, Niklas Virkkala
Introitus: Anthropogonia
New Day Dawning, Bursting (pt.1)
Ωρἀ ἲδἐσθαἱ.
νεορτὸς.
Κοσμὀκράτὀρ !
Θεἰς ἒἰς ἒοἰκᾶ.
Προἀνἁκσορῖσἰς.
Μετακρòνως.
Μεταστείχω,
μεταστρφή.
Συνάλλαγμα.
Συνάλλομαι,
συάναπεἱθο.
Εμμεμάος,
ἐμμελετάω,
ἐμμετράς.
Νεόρραντος,
νεόρρὖτος.
Νέορτος.
Καταλάμπω,
κατάκριμνος,
καταλειθoυργέω.
Προανακσορίσις,
προάγω.
Προᾶδῖκέω.
Music: Juho Koivuaho
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
Fresh-seeking,
fresh flowing,
newly drawn.
Newly arisen.
To shine upon,
steep and rugged,
spending all one’s substance in
After the time.
the bearing the public burden.
To go in quest of,
A former departure,
a turning of a one
to lead forward.
thing to another.
A mutual agreement: First to be wronged upon.
To look one in the face.
To leap together,
She is like the goddess.
to assist persuading.
Destroying the world!
In eager haste,
Holding the world together!
to exercise,
Lord of the world!
in measure proporThe world = Order/universe/
tioned.
world
Ωρά ἶδεσθάι.
Θεἰς ἐις ἐοίκα.
Κοσμοφθόρος !
Κοσμοπλόκος !
Κοσμοκράτορ !
Music: Juho Koivuaho
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
Towards the Western Parts of the Town
Ἂναρρήγνυμι
βούπαλις
γελοωμιλία
δαιδάλεος
ἐγχειρέω
ἾΗΜΙ,
θαυματοπειέω!
Ἰσοδίαιτος
καθαγίζω
λαμβάνω
μητροπόλος
νεοσίγαλος
ὀδυρμός
παλαμναῖος
πέω
σκοπός
τέλος
ὑπάρχω
φεψαλόομαι
χαλάω
ὠκυτόκος.
Music: Juho Koivuaho
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
Latin lyrics adapted from the Requiem mass
To break up /
through
wrestling like a bull,
fellowship in
laughing,
cunning,
beginning
I SAY,
to work wonders!
Living on an
equality
to offer as an
expiatory sacrifice
to take / to receive
tending mothers
new and sparkling,
Astral Works
with all the gloss
on a complaining,
lamentation
one guilty of violence
melt away
one that watches /
one that looks
after things,
fulfillment /
completion
come to being
to be burnt to ashes,
to let loose / release
causing quick
and easy birth /
fertilizing power.
Ἐπόμνυμι
Ἐπόμνυμι
ἑπτάκλινος
ἑπτάλογχος
ἑπτάλοφος
ἑπτάμινος
ἑπτάμιτος
ἑπτάπορος
ἑπτάπυλος
ἑπτάτειχης
ἑπτάφθογγος
ἑπτάφωνος
ἑπτάχα.
Swear accordingly.
With seven beds
of seven lances
on seven hills,
born in
the seventh month,
seven stringed
with seven paths,
with seven gates,
with seven walls,
seven toned,
seven voiced
in seven parts.
Music: Juho Koivuaho & Jussi Lehtinen
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
Lights of Prague / And in His Eyes I Saw Death /
Black and White Finland
Streets all straight up
in line,
the glory above,
the past on the side.
Lights of Prague
still smiling
through Slavic eyes
of wisdom
that won’t regret at all.
Ίερολογία
μεγαλών ψυχών ἱείς
ἱη παίηων
ἱππομάνης
(ἱσκέ ψεθδέα πολλα
λεγών ἐτυμοίσιν
δμοία)
κεκεινωμένος παντών
ἱ κεφάλι
κίλον
λογίκος.
Τά πάροντα
πἀρερπο
σκότω κρυπτείν
τερφιμβρότος
φανείς δυστήνος
δοθλός φανείς
φάνι ροδοδακτύλος
ἠῶς.
Φάλος
φαναίος
χορτάσμα.
Souls
from the cry/song
(of Apollo)
in which horses take
mad delight
(speaking many lies
he made them look
like truth)
stripped of all things
the head
an arrow
for speaking,
belonging to reason.
The present state
of affairs
Music & English lyrics: Juho Koivuaho
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
”And in His Eyes I Saw Death” inspired by the
Ejnar Nielsen painting: Og i hans øjne så jeg døden
creeps secretly up to
hide in darkness
gladdening
the heart of men
born to misery
having become
slaves.
Rising of
heavenly bodies,
daybrake,
come to light
shiny white
bringing light
food for men.
Getsemani
Mia arsura
ai Getsemani
fraternità
incantevole
decontaminazione
dell’anima.
Prossimità
ai Getsemani
coraggio illimitato
decontaminazione
dell’anima.
Vita, folata di vento
Vita, puoi volare anima.
Music: Miikka Salonen & Juho Koivuaho
Lyrics: Juho Koivuaho
Il valzer del capolavoro
Ruumiillistuman koteloituminen
Music: Juho Koivuaho
Oh, vessillo glorioso
io ti adoro.
Stupendo stendardo
sei il magnifico.
Tu sei il mio orgoglio,
mi dondolo con te.
Sei il mio bastone,
io nel mio viaggio
tutto traballa
e il futuro incerto.
Dolce attrezzo,
la menta e il rosmarino.
Capolavoro!
Senza di te
non sarei niente,
senza di te
non saprei come fare.
Capolavoro,
mio capolavoro!
Oh, mia spada,
capolavoro!
Mano ti tengo, forte.
Non ho paura di niente!
Κύρος
ἀνοργάνος
ἀκτρόγο
ἀντάνδρος
ἀντιλαμβάνω
ἀπονάστηναι
γενέα
δαιμαχόμαι
διαμίσεω
δυσμίχανεω.
Supreme power
without instruments
devour
instead of a man
receive
to be taken away
of the persons
family/race
to fight one
with another
to hate bitterly
to be at loss how.
Lux aeterna:
New Day Dawning, Bursting ( final)
Άνθρώπειως
ἀνθρώπεια πήματα
ἀνθρωπήια
πρήγματα.
Διαβουλεύομαι
διομολόγησις
δισθανής.
Έπαυρίσκομαι
προτρέποντο έπὶ νηῶν
ἐπερρύην
οὖπιρρέων
Such as man is
subject to
human affairs.
Discuss thoroughly
(pros and cons)
a convention
twice dead.
Reaping fruits
(of thing weather
ὂλβου ἐπιρρύεντος.
Music: Juho Koivuaho & Jussi Lehtinen
Italian lyrics: Juho Koivuaho & Claudio Brunelli
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
Music: Juho Koivuaho
Ancient Greek lyrics: Ilmari Kavén
good or bad)
towards
flowing upon surface
(like oil on water)
onwards streaming
time flows on and on,
increasing continually.
Humanly,
in all human probability.
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