If anybody here would know who that is, it probably would be app103. She's the only person I know who is even more into fringe and obscure musicians, instruments, and idioms than I am.
How about it April? You're our resident whiz for this sort of thing.-40hz (November 11, 2013, 07:16 AM)
Unfortunately, I can't help with this one. Not really an expert in foreign language (non-English) music.
Only one artist comes to mind when referring to songs in a made up language, and that would be Adiemus, but they didn't come into existence till the 90's...and they really couldn't be considered pop, any way. (new age)-app103 (November 11, 2013, 09:08 PM)
Thanks, but definitely not that one, the singer is alone, and has a child-like voice. I have a little hope to identify this song by asking a friend of my sisters that spent some time in UK. But in any cases, keep sending suggestions and many thanks for all those already received. If I could just remember the melody, this would help a lot, but for the moment it's gone. Hypnosis maybe ?
I have a similar experience with Köln Recital by Keith Jarett. At that time, when one of my sisters brought back home this record and played it, I was mesmerized by this strange music. Many years later, I came across a CD transcription of that legendary concert, and when I listened to it again after all those years, I couldn't recognize it, only the strangeness of the music was familiar. I guess it would be the same here.