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Sneezing Choirs - Edward Ka-Spel - Lyvv China Doll Redux (File, Album)

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  1. This is a listing of my CD collection. These are now for sale - make an offer, or, I will sometimes trade CD-Rs. Feel free to ask, but I reserve the right to not trade.
  2. I would also believe that the last line "take up your china doll, it's only fractured and just a little nervous from the fall," refers to the body of the victim being a fragile doll for her spirit to control. Her body is damadged yet not broken. Fractured china is dangerous yet not detrimental.
  3. Translation into English by Ann Feeney (added ) Les oiseaux dans la charmille, Olympia's aria from Les Contes d'Hoffmann Les oiseaux dans la charmille The birds in the hedges, Dans les cieux l'astre du jour, The star of daylight in the sky, Tout parle à la jeune fille d'amour! Everything speaks to a young girl of love! Ah!
  4. An eerie piece dominated by a spooky melody played on the celeste then sung by a small female choir. The slow pace, ambience and creepy vocals give the track a dark edge that evokes feelings of a supernatural and ghostly nature but is also oddly alluring and seductive. Evil & scary lullabye, Female Vocals, Horror, Horror Haunted Choirs.
  5. Lyrics of CHINA DOLL by Slim Whitman: I'm tired of crying and all your lying, That's why I'm buying a china doll, Her eyes are bluer her faults are fewer, /5(12).
  6. On "China Doll": the hurdy-gurdy is of course often depicted in late Mediaeval/early Renaissance art being played by a skeleton (ha!) at the side of a dying man. Most famously it can be seen in Pieter Breughel's majestic "Triumph of Death" played by a skeleton watching the enormous rampant destruction of Life by Death passing before his eyes.

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