So Kernewek is indeed Cornish, not Welsh Cymraeg. Not that I'm an expert on Celtic languages I know how to say like 2 things in Irish, and have no idea how to spell anything. You'd need a Venn diagram to illustrate those percentages methinks. The languages are all rooted in the Celtic language family tree Welsh, Cornish and Breton being in the Brythonic languages that were prevailant in the south of England, Gaelic and Scots Gael rooted in the Goidelic languages that were prevalant in the North.
So they all share different common root words with one another to a different degree. Like saying that Spanish shares a certain percentage of root words with Italian and another percentage of root words with Portuguese or something, since they all came directly from Latin but evolved in different ways. It would make sense that Cornish and Welsh were similar since they're both near the South-West of the island together there.
Also interesting to note that Cornish had died out completely in the 's, but a revival began in the 20th century based off the old manuscripts. I can't answer that.
Sort of confuses me because his parents are Welsh - he just grew up in Cornwall according to my friend the internet. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. Aphex Twin Search In.
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Drukqs speaks a familiar tongue, instead of inviting us to learn new languages; it gives us the answers before asking the riddles. In this sense, it defies every expectation we had of Richard D. But in hindsight, it seems to show that some conventions are worth following. Skip to content Search query All Results. James, released on 19 September on Warp. It was James's first album under the Aphex Twin name since Drukqs. The album was recorded over several years on a wide range of equipment setups.
Described by James as "my pop album, or as poppy as it's going to get", it incorporates styles such as techno, synth-funk, breakbeat, acid house, and jungle, as well as edited vocal samples of James and his family. The artwork features a detailed list of its production and promotional costs. A cryptic viral marketing campaign included an announcement on the dark web and listening events in cities around the world.
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Richard D. James Album. James Album is the eponymous fourth studio album by British electronic musician Richard D. James, under his pseudonym Aphex Twin. In the United Kingdom, the album was released on 4 November through Warp. A reissue on vinyl was released on 18 September James Album was composed by James on his Macintosh computer, and took longer to complete than his previous efforts.Oct 25, · Aphex Twin; Drukqs. throbbing pulse propels "Gwely Mernans" through a macabre tableau of disembodied strings and white noise. Though not on par with the best ambient work in /