Liebe Blog-Besucher/innen,

Dear visitors of my blog,

 

herzlich willkommen in meinem Blog! Welcome to my blog!
 
Hey out there, what an awesome Imbolc:
My album has gone live!!!

I have just found it and listened to it on Apple Music/iTunes and Spotify.

All in all I am at peace and happy with the results and the release has been processed so quickly and smoothly, thanks to DistroKid.

 

Now it's up to you guys, stream me ... You'll find my album on ...:
iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon ... 
Click here to find all the links together, including some previews ... once again thanks to my distributor :).

Blessed be, AnU Skyrún, Imbolc, February 2020.

 

 

Earth's Song of Blood ... of Bones .... of Warfare ... Vocals/Flutes/Synth/Drums ...

Blog-Wise >>

It's a strange thing: After the "production of more or less mainstream" the Muses will be knocking at my door in a rather demanding, not-negotiable manner ... need of balance somehow ... which is also topic of this new composition: The songs' theme has its roots in a workshop I once gave on the power of place(s) ... we were standing on an ancient battlefield and I was arguing that the history of the place is still vibrant and keeps people coming to the place today, fussing and fighting while they are there (which I had observed many times before). Some participants did not like this way of thinking as they prefer(red) to believe that Mother Earth is a strictly peaceful, and from their human point of view, benevolent Being ... well, this is IMHO the desperate attempt to "humanize" the archaic dynamics of duality and polarity. These are needed to keep things going ... and evolving ... It also applies to the duality of war and peace ... : The more we "fight" for peace, the more we provoke war ... to maintain a dynamic balance in the Web of Wyrd ...

 

This composition is livicated to the Jötun-Powers, who taught me some inconvient stuff facing this pretty frightening and talkative glacier on Iceland ... 

 

As always: Ear-/Headphones recommended ... 

 

⇒ Audio

 

Please note and respect: Vocals, Lyrics, Tenor and Soprano Flutes, Synth and Loop-Arrangement, Composition/Mix © Ann-Uta Beißwenger 2019

 

 

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