Angels Of Venice is a harp, cello, flute and vocal group founded by harpist Carol Tatum in 1993. The group's core sound is harp, flute and cello but also combines Middle Eastern, medieval and neoclassical styles.
Their self-titled album was released through Windham Hill as well as numerous tracks on various Windham Hill compilations. Originally Angels of Venice was purely an instrumental group with cameo vocal performances. Featured guest vocalists who have recorded with Angels Of Venice are shock-rock/goth singer Charles Edward (featured vocalist on CD "Ancient Delirium") from the industrial goth band Seraphim Shock and early music/opera tenor Daniel Plaster (Polorum regina on the CD "Sanctus").
^Billboard - 22 March 1997 - Page 42 "The Angels Of Venice started out as a classically inclined chamber ensemble. On their 1996 album, "Awake Inside Dream" (Epiphany), they adopted Moroccan rhythms and wailing Middle Eastern vocals. "The influences I draw upon are the ...""