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Daily Disc Katja Moslehner – Am Weltenrand (2021)
- Cliff de Booy
A couple of months ago, our CeltCast photographer André asked me: “Have you heard Am Weltenrand? The new single of
That’s how this story started! And today… is the release date of the full album! Because of that, we will play the second single So Frei on our radio station tonight.
Personally, I love the sounds of the voila, violin, hammered dulcimer, guda drum, hurdy-gurdy, uilleann pipes, cello and harp. The perfect mix for this mythic pagan folk album. Katja was inspired by Taliesin (the famous Celtic bard), Swans, Valkyren, and annual festivals. The content of the songs goes back to ancient times, where bards spoke of the beings of the trees and Hildegard von Bingen sang of the life force. Do you love
and German folk music, then you will love this one for certain!
The booklet contains all the lyrics and is decorated with stunning photos of
My favourite songs are: So Frei, Mit Dir and Hexenlied.
You can find this amazing album on Spotify
You can find information on Katja herself at the following places:
Her website: https://www.katjamoslehner.de/
Spotify: Katja Moslehner
YouTube: Katja Moslehner