Salaisuus Rajaton

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2016

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
02.11.2016

Label: Plastinka

Genre: Vocal

Subgenre: Cappella

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  • 1Me tiedämme sen03:58
  • 2Muuttolintu03:37
  • 3Salaisuus03:48
  • 4Taas se laulaa03:26
  • 5Elossa03:43
  • 6Olen unohtanut kaiken03:38
  • 7Tuulta päin03:36
  • 8Lokakuu04:05
  • 9Kavala03:00
  • 10Matkalla03:58
  • 11Viaton03:46
  • Total Runtime40:35

Info zu Salaisuus

Die à-Capella Gruppe Rajaton besteht im nächsten Jahr seit 20 Jahren, hört sich aber trotzdem immer noch frisch und aktuell an. Das Geheimnis der Band scheint in ihrer unvoreingenommen Art zu liegen, sich in alle Musikgenres zu begeben - Grenzenlos - eben Rajaton!

Die Diskografie des Ensembles beinhaltet à-Capella Arrangements der Popmusik und großartige Orchesteraufnahmen, wie die Coverversionen von ABBA, Queen und den Beatles. In Finnland ist die Formation so beliebt, dass sie schon eine Doppelplatin-, zwei Platin- und acht Gold-CDs als Auszeichnung erhalten haben.

Das 15. Album des Ensembles - 'Salaisuus' (Geheimnis) - wird am 4.11.2016 veröffentlich und die Stücke beinhalten Kompositionen finnischer und ausländischer Songwriter, aber auch selbstkomponierte Lieder der Gruppe.

'Unser Ziel war es, neue Sichtweisen zu finden und wir haben es so umgesetzt, dass trotzdem unsere Stimmen von Rajaton gehört werden und unseres Erachtens waren wir erfolgreich. Rajaton wird nächstes Jahr 20 Jahre und wir sind ganz besonders stolz, diese CD in unserem Jubiläumsjahr veröffentlichen zu können.' sagt Rajaton-Mitglied Jussi Chydenius.

Rajaton


Rajaton
Countless vocal groups around the world sing Christmas songs and evergreens. Some a cappella groups base their approach on jazz, some on classical choral music, while others go for a more straight-forward pop sound. Other groups specialize in spiritual music. A few even sing original material.

And then there is a unique group that does all of the above. It's called Rajaton. The Finnish word Rajaton translates as "boundless" – and that's precisely the right word to describe the way this vocal ensemble approaches music. The six-piece a cappella group has performed around the world at concert halls, churches, and jazz festivals, singing everything from spiritual music to pop hits. In fact, it's hard to imagine an audience that Rajaton could not reach with its music, or a type of music Rajaton could not make its own.

Founded in Helsinki in 1997, Rajaton consists of Essi Wuorela (soprano), Virpi Moskari (soprano), Soila Sariola (alto), Jussi Chydenius (bass), Hannu Lepola (tenor), and Ahti Paunu (baritone). All members have vastly different musical backgrounds, ranging from classical to folk, pop, and rock.

"We all have different approaches to music, and that's where the Rajaton sound comes from. One thing we all do have in common, though, is ambition. We're serious about putting music first", group founder Jussi Chydenius says. This ambition has paid off. After several extensive tours, Rajaton has gained recognition and earned rave reviews across Europe. In recent years, the group has also made headways into the North American and Asian markets, with concerts in Canada, the U.S. and Korea among others.

Rajaton has just released their eighth album, called Maa, with which the group returns to its Finnish roots. Like their debut album Nova (2000), the new album consists of original songs composed to Finnish poetry. On Maa, however, most of the songs were for the first time written by the group members, which makes the album an important milestone on Rajaton's way to artistic self-sufficiency.

In their native Finland, Rajaton are a bona fide pop phenomenon. In 2003, the group rose to n:o 2 on the charts with their album Joulu ("Christmas"), a double-platinum-selling holiday collection featuring both original compositions and innovative versions of seasonal standards. In 2006, the album Rajaton sings ABBA with Lahti Symphony Orchestra topped the charts in Finland in its release week and sold platinum in a month. It was the first album featuring other than a cappella songs, and also the first one consisting solely of cover material. Altogether, Rajaton has one double platinum, two platinum and five gold records in Finland, and their albums have sold over 200.000 copies worldwide.

Evergreens are of course just one facet of Rajaton. A vast majority of the songs in Rajaton's repertoire are originals, written by the group members themselves or by some of Finland's most respected contemporary composers and songwriters. "We choose our songs very carefully, whether it's a question of traditional choral music or contemporary pop. We want to entertain, but there also has to be substance to entertainment. The songs we sing always have to mean something to ourselves", Jussi Chydenius explains.

Local success has done little to diminish the group's ambition to bring its music to new audiences. Rajaton will continue to tour internationally, once again amazing all kinds of audiences with their combination of technical excellence, entertainment value, artistic depth – and pure passion for music.

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