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  1. Jennifer Van Der Harten is the harpist of the neoceltic paganfolk band Omnia, and she has only made one solo album: Beltaine.

    Her mastered…

  2. Faun is a German medieval folk group from Munich which combines the use of ancient instruments with a more contemporary twist in creating an…

  3. The musicians of Rapalje with their wild hair and medieval kilts create flaming energy with their enthusiasm and motivation. With sensitive ballads,…

  4. The Moon and the Nightspirit is a neofolk / medieval folk band from Hungary, formed by Ágnes Tóth (vocals, violin) and Mihály Szabó (vocals,…

  5. Omnia and Faun, the two best known pagan folk bands, came together to perform.
    Faun from Germany (medieval folk), and Omnia from the…

  6. There are at least three artists using this name:

    1) A German folk and mediaeval band. Members are Birgit Muggenthaler (schandmaul) and Oliver…

  7. Damh the Bard is a Druid whose spirituality is expressed through his music, storytelling and poetry. Drawing on the Bardic traditions his…

  8. Valravn combines its Danish and Faroese roots to create extraordinary folktronic. The band debuted in 2007 with the self-titled album Valravn.…

  9. 1998 - 2002

    This project was very popular right from the start and entered the charts. Originally inspired by Germanic occultism and culture…

  10. There is more than one artist with this name:

    1) Corvus Corax is a band from Berlin, Germany, playing Neo-Medieval music using authentic older…

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