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Music: Yuki Kajiura
Lyrics: Yuki Kajiura
Arrangement: Yuki Kajiura
Vocals: Yuri Kasahara (original), FictionJunction (live)
Chorus: Yuriko Kaida (original)
Musicians
E. guitar: Koichi Korenaga (original/live)
Bass: Tomoharu “Jr” Takahashi (live)
Drums: Kyoichi Satou (live)
Piano: Yuki Kajiura (live)

Appearances:
Mai-Otome insert
Mai-Otome OST 1: Track 18
FictionJunction 2008-2010 The BEST of Yuki Kajiura LIVE: Track 12

Note: The original and live Kajiurago are subtly different; therefore, both have been transcribed below.


Kajiurago – original version

arti miya
yamahii, yamahii, yamahii
yamiya…

kamina sorte miya iya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya
yamahii, koniyii hi, yamahii
koniyii, koniyii, yamahiya…

kamida sorte miya iya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya, iya
yamahii, koniyii hi, yamahii
(yamete kamiye te, amare kamiye te)
koniyii, koniyii, yamahii…
(amare kamiye te, yamate kamiye te)

arte miya dita miya
sorte diya miya casa
amarite diya diya
sorte miya diya kasa
arte miya dita miya
sorte miya liya kasa
amarite diya diya
amari eya…

yamahii, yamahiya, yamahii
koniyii, koniyii, yamahii…
yamahii, yamahihi, yamahii
yamahii, koniyii, yamahii…

kamine sorte miya iya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya
kamete sorte mita miya, miya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya

yamahii, koniyii hi, yamahii
koniyii, koniyii hi, yamahii
yamahii…


Kajiurago – live version

cante miya
yabuhii, yabuhii, yabuhii
yamiya…

kamina sorte miya iya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya
yabuhii, koniyii hi, yabuhii
(yamete kamiye lete, amaye kamiye lete)
koniyii, koniyii, yabuhiya…
(amaye kamiye lete, yamate kamiye lete)

kamina sorte miya iya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya, iya
yabuhii, koniyii hi, yabuhii
(yamete kamiye lete, amaye kamiye lete)
koniyii, koniyii, yabuhii…
(amaye kamiye lete, yamate kamiye te)

cante miya dita miya
sorte miya diya casa
amarite diya liya
sorte miya diya casa
cante miya dita miya
sorte miya liya casa
amarite dita liya
samari deya…

kamina sorte mita miya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, miya, iya
yabuhii, koniyii hi, yabuhii
(yamete kamiye te, amaye kamiye te)
koniyii, koniyii, yabuhii…
(amaye kamiye te, yamate kamiye te)

(yamete kamiye lete, amaye kamiye lete)
(amaye kamiye lete, yamate kamiye lete)

cante miya dita miya
sorte miya diya casa
amarite diya liya
sorte miya diya casa
cante miya dita miya
sorte miya liya casa
amarite dita liya
samari deya…

yabuhii, yabuhiya, yabuhii
koniyii, koniyii, yabuhii…
yabuhii, yabuhihi, yabuhii
yabuhii, koniyii, yabuhii…

kamina sorte miya iya, iya
lamente sorte lita miya, iya
kamite sorte lita miya, iya
lamente sorte mita miya, iya

yabuhii, koniyii hi, yabuhii
koniyii, koniyii, yabuhii
yabuhii…


Transliterated by ninetales, with much help from wintersviolet

9 Responses to “Materialise!”

  1. ninetales Says:

    NOTE: Because the original transliteration just sounded completely off, I replaced it with my own. Feel free to replace it if there’s a better one around!

    EDIT: I also transcribed FJ’s live version separately because there are subtle differences between it and the original.

  2. Adiey Says:

    but i dont agree with:

    “kamina” sorte miya iya, iya
    and
    “lamente” sorte mita miya, miya

    when u hear its more to:
    “kamites” and “lamentes” because of “ssss” sound at the end.. same to live version..

  3. derek Says:

    What language is this? Are these japanese words? Some don’t ‘seem’ japanese. Lamente… cante. It sounds latin. Or jibberish.

  4. Kalafino Says:

    It’s Kajiurago, a language created by Kajiura herself. And that’s right, some words appear to be from different languages specially latin.

  5. derek Says:

    It’s so very beautiful, I prefer the live version for some reason. When the ‘cante miya dita miya’ begins, the chant is almost hypnotic. I find the mp3 version rather drowned out by the other music, but live you can clearly hear the vocalists and they sound so god damn harmonic together.

    I love music like this. Another one I like, a song played during Rozen Maiden, is something called ‘Kamp’ by Kui(I believe?), anyway, it’s also a nonsense/jibberish chant.

  6. hauchia Says:

    Who is the main vocalist in Live Version? Yuri-san or Wakana? It’s amazing!

  7. george1234 Says:

    ^ In the live version that came with the live best CDs (which is the only live one that’s out so far) http://canta-per-me.net/discography/fj-yuki-live-best/, main vocal is Yuriko Kaida and Wakana, and the others do choruses to them 🙂

  8. hikaru Says:

    I wonder who the vocalist is in the live version of this ‘materalise’.:) I want to know the just the one sang the very first tune.(Ah~Ah~Ah~~~) I guess that she is Yuriko or Wankana because their voices are very high than other two vocals. But I think the very first tune is too high for Wankana and too strong for Yuriko. So I really want to know about this amazing vocal! Does anyone knows about this?:)

  9. george1234 Says:

    ^ Its Yuriko Kaida

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