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John Denver :: In a Faraway Land

Shepherd Kids, Hand painted on Rice Paper, Jiang Tao (2005) From XABusiness Being in Shenzhen, China for over a week now, I have not yet been fully able to realize that I am in that Great Ancient Orient which Marco Polo had traveled and to the Rulers of whom even the Sultan of Bengal had […]

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The Hunt by Niyaz :: Lyrics & Translations

Zillah: A Persian Greyhound by Charles Hamilton Smith (1837) From Encore Editions The Hunt appears in Niyaz‘s self-titled debut album, and is a Farsi/Persian folk song from Khorasan province of Iran. Two hunters are out hunting; one is very keen on unleashing his greyhound upon preys like rabbits, deer, pigeons, pheasants and eagles, and the […]

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Capercaillie :: Sidewaulk

Originally posted on Epinions Other Capercaillie Albums I’ve stumbled upon: Roses and Tears by Capercaillie Capercaillie may not be as well-known as the Irish Folk bands in the music business, but they certainly have left their mark over the years, since the group’s formation in the 80s. Fans of Irish traditional music may not find […]

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Gjallarhorn :: Sjofn

Originally posted on Epinions The Nordic sub-genre may not be as popular as Irish Folk in World Music category, but a considerable number of main-stream and folk artists have emerged from the Scandinavian region. Gjallarhorn (pronounced yahl-lahr-hawrn) has been in the music scene since 1994, and has achieved significant success like other reputable groups, e.g. […]