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  • Ederlezi performed by Poeta Magica - Skandic Edition

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    Ederlezi performed by POETA MAGICA - Scandic Edition
    released on album "Asgard" (limited edition) in 2015

    www.poetamagica.de

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    Saga Björling - vocals
    Holger Funke - nyckelharpa, mandoloncello
    Friederike Funke - tenor-nyckelharpa, frame-drum
    Katja 'Shadja' Hütte - vocals
    Lena Svanold - Davul
    Jørgen Lang - drum-editing
    Special guest: Daniel Gebauer

    "Asgard" is only available by POETA MAGICA, contact. info@poetamagica.de

    POETA MAGICA was founded in 1992 and is one of the leading medieval folk and world music bands in Europe. Poeta Magica stands for a wide range of popular and independent music, expressive interpretations of traditional Scandinavian and Bretonic music, contemporary interpretations of medieval music from all over Europe and original compositions inspired by Nordic mythology, such as the Icelandic saga “Edda”. The music of Poeta Magica incorporates archaic sounds of the North as well as playful melodies from the travelling musicians of the Middle Ages and a variety of intoxicating rhythms from Orient to Occident. The exceptional selection of instruments played by Poeta Magica comprises among others hurdy-gurdy, Celtic harp, lute, shawn, nyckelharpa and various types of bagpipes and percussions. Poeta Magica performs live all over Europe and has published numerous CDs and contributed music to several tv productions. Poeta Magica – medieval world music!

    EDERLEZI: The song got its name from Ederlezi which is a Spring festival, celebrating the return of springtime, celebrated especially by Romani people in the Balkans, Turkey and elsewhere around the world. Ederlezi is the Romani name for the Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian Feast of Saint George. It is celebrated on 6 May [O.S. 23 April] (occurring approximately 40 days after the spring equinox). The various Balkan spellings (Herdeljez, Erdelezi) are variants of the Turkish Hıdırellez, a holiday signaling the beginning of spring, occurring on the same day.

    CREDITS
    Ederlezi Scandic Edition was shot on the beautyfull island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea.
    Produced by: Christian Domeier - www.actioncam-chiemgau.de
    Camera: Sarah Maria Kronenberger, Christian Domeier

    Remix, Programming and Mastering of the song: Jørgen Lang Show less
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