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Music source of inspiration for eroticism
Some music styles can feed eroticism. Let’s face it, sensuality can contain a source of love, but can certainly be stimulated by certain music styles. Consider, for example, Enigma. If you listen carefully, you will imagine yourself in tropical places and you will be sensually seduced. I will elaborate on this further, Enigma for a long time it was the darling of the public. Cretu conceived the Enigma project while working in Germany, but had left his recording studio A.R.T. Studios in Ibiza in Spain. From the early 1990s to May 2009 all recordings for the Enigma albums were made here. Cretu is both the composer and producer of the project. His then, wife Sandra regularly sang various songs. He was assisted by musicians Peter Cornelius, Frank Peterson, Jens Gad, and lyricist David Fairstein. Peterson left the project after the first album to focus on Gregorian.
In December 1990, Enigma’s debut album, MCMXC a.D., was released which received 57 platinum awards worldwide and topped the charts in 41 countries. The album was Cretu’s first commercial success, mainly due to the worldwide hit single “Sadeness (Part I)”, which mixed Gregorian chants with heavy dance beats. Old recordings of the Spanish Benedictine monks of the abbey Santa Domingo de Los Silos and of the Munich choir Capella Antiqua were used. The title of the album MCMXC a.D. is the Roman numeral for the year 1990.
Before the album was released, Cretu was cautious about the criticism towards the planned album and decided not to mention the real names of the collaborators. He used the alias Curly M.C. and extensive information was lacking, leaving a mystery about the creators and the project itself. During an interview, Cretu says that he wanted to focus on the music, rather than who the people behind the music are.
In 1993, Cretu got the offer to compose the soundtrack of the movie Sliver. He declined the offer but did come up with the songs “Carly’s Song” and “Carly’s Loneliness”, which were eventually used in the film.
In the same year, the album The Cross of Changes was released. It sold 6 million copies within a year. There was also controversy oversampling from other sources.
In 1996, Le Roi est mort, vive le Roi! (French for “The king is dead. Long live the king!”). Cretu’s idea was for this album to be a ‘child’ of the previous two, with familiar elements and chants of Gregorian chant and Sanskrit. The success was disappointing compared to the previous albums.
In 2000 there was The Screen Behind the Mirror, with samples of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. This timeless Gregorian chant, but with the well-known shakuhachi flute. Singer Ruth-Ann Boyle of the band Olive and singer Andru Donalds make their debut on the Enigma project.
In 2001, Cretu released a new single called “Turn Around”, along with the albums Love Sensuality Devotion: The Greatest Hits and Love Sensuality Devotion: The Remix Collection, to conclude the first chapter of Enigma.
Enigma was therefore conceived by a Romanian, who moved to Germany and worked there, which is how Enigma was actually created.
It stands for feeling and certainly sensuality.
Maybe I’ll cross the line, by asking, try to organize an erotic evening together with your boyfriend, girlfriend, fiancé or with your partner. Surrender to the rhythm, close your eyes and caress each other to the music of Enigma. You will definitely experience warm sensuality.
Surrender to this wonderful feeling.
Love from Aphrodite (Lynn)
Written by: Lynn Matthieu
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