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Old 2004-07-23, 15:35   Link #1
Yogo_Pogo
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What other language is used in Origa's Inner Universe?

I borrowed from my friend the DVD's of Ghost in the shell, the stand alone complex and i just like the opening, but i would like to know what is the other language than english in that music.

Sorry to have created an other unuseful thread.
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Old 2004-07-24, 00:30   Link #2
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A lot of the song is in russian, I think the same goes for Origa's "Rise" on the second season and some of her other songs.
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Old 2004-07-24, 14:48   Link #3
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thank you
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Old 2004-07-31, 02:14   Link #4
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Russian and Japanese, Area Gloris is made up though because that is not Russian.
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Old 2004-07-31, 07:01   Link #5
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Russian and Japanese, Area Gloris is made up though because that is not Russian.
Don't foget good ole' English
Actually I thought Aerias Gloris might be Latin? Since the English-translated lyrics on OP sequence of episode 1 and 3 prints "Aerias Gloris" instead of a translation like the Russian parts in the same sequence.

And I agree--the song is awesome.

And while we're on the subject of GitS:SAC music--I just can't get enough of "yakitori" by Kanno Youko--It's really something...

Also, the DVD is well worth the money--buy it at 25-ish Dollars in stores or 18-20 Dollars online

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Old 2004-08-01, 10:02   Link #6
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Actually I thought Aeria Gloris might be Latin? Since the English-translated lyris on OP sequence of episode 1 and 3 prints "Aeria Gloris" instead of a translation like the Russian parts.
It means something like "Air of Glory"...
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Old 2004-08-01, 11:26   Link #7
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Yeah... i heard it means something like: for great glory
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Old 2004-08-01, 12:35   Link #8
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Russian, Latin in ancient chorus folk song
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Old 2004-08-01, 15:13   Link #9
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A little late into the topic, but I was wondering the same thing myself. So I looked in the booklet with the soundtrack cd and saw that the lyrics were written in cyrillic, so I asumed it was Russian, and since "Aeria Gloris" sounded Latin it probably was.

If you are going to buy the GTS SAC, the special edition isn't a bad way to go as it includes the soundtrack cd.

Of course I see that it is about $25 over the regular edition, so it's really not that much difference than the buying them seperate. But I had preordered mine, so I got the special edition for the same price as the standard.
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Old 2004-08-01, 17:57   Link #10
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A little late into the topic,
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Old 2006-07-28, 10:28   Link #11
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Well, it seems I appeared here two years too late xD But - Area Gloris means something like: 'Glory be to the space'. And yes, it's Latin.
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Old 2006-08-22, 09:32   Link #12
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Well, it seems I appeared here two years too late xD But - Area Gloris means something like: 'Glory be to the space'. And yes, it's Latin.
It's actually, um, Ratin (cf. Engrish). I'm still trying to figure out what the author of the phrase meant by it.
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Old 2009-07-19, 00:54   Link #13
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Don't argue, please - it IS Russian :-D
The main difficulty in translation is caused by using Rus, Eng and Jap languages in almost each sentense
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Old 2010-04-11, 21:51   Link #14
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I know it's an old thread...I was searching what the lyrics meant and stumbled across this thread...since I don't see this topic elsewhere on this forum thought I'd share what I found here.

click link for original content and side by side Romaji/English lyrics
English Translation
Angels and demons circle above my head
cleaving through thorns and Milky Ways
He who does not perceive his calling,
does not know true happiness...

Watch in awe! Watch in awe!
Heavenly glory! Heavenly glory!
Watch in awe! Watch in awe!
Heavenly glory! Heavenly glory!

I am Calling Calling out!
Spirits, I am calling!!!
To remain myself longer...
Calling Calling, in the depths of longing!
To remain myself longer!

Watch in awe! Watch in awe!
Heavenly glory! Heavenly glory!
Watch in awe! Watch in awe!
Heavenly glory! Heavenly glory!

Stand alone... Where was life when it had a meaning...
Stand alone... Nothing's real anymore and...

...Endless running...
While I am alive, I can try not to fall while flying,
nor to forget how to dream...to love...
...Endless running...

Calling Calling out! For The Place of Knowing!
There's more that what can be linked!
Calling Calling, Never will I look away!
From what life has left for me.
Yearning Yearning, for what's left of loving!

To remain myself longer...
Calling Calling, in the depths of longing!
To remain myself longer!

Watch in awe! Watch in awe!
Heavenly glory! Heavenly glory!
Watch in awe! Watch in awe!
Heavenly glory! Heavenly glory!

Transliterated by Kapues
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Old 2011-04-06, 14:57   Link #15
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This song not only has English and Russian in it, but she has also put in a small amount of Latin into it. I have to say that this song is fantastic. Origa has alot of talent and well I don't know if you have listened to anything else that she has written, but perhaps you would like some other songs of hers.
As for ghost in the shell it's a classic and im glad that she not only did the opening to stand alone complex but to 2nd gig as well. ^^
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