Dunkelschoen 'Celtic - Medieval - Folk' A fairy voice of a woman, crystal-clear but although powerfull mixed with male-voices, medieval instruments and modern influences. 'Celtic Medieval Folk' is how the musicians call their music: quiet ballads follow magic spells or rock sounds. Despite (or because) of this diversity, 'Dunkelschön' has an unmistakable style, which fills not only friends of the medieval-genre with enthusiasm. Some thoughts on the CD "Irfind" "Irfind" comes from the "Celtic Ogham-ABC" and means "very white, bright". The whiteness of bleached bones or the light of death can also stand for it. However, death does not symbolize the end only, it always stands for a new beginning, life and brightness, too. These opposites, which are connected in the word "Irfind" in such a wonderful way, inspires the artists of "Dunkelschön" and characterizes the sound of their music. Dunkelschön are: Vanessa Istvan Vocals, Flutes Michael Kaiser Nyckelharpa, Harp, Hurdy-Gurdy, Bouzouki, Vocals Nicolas von Stolzmann Guitarrs, Irish-Bouzouki, Mandoline, Percussion, Voices, Hurdy Gurdy Christian Wittkopf Drums, Cajon, Percussions.
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