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Band Website FEITEL - HASARD - Official Video

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Folk: Power-folk World: Western European Moods: Mood: Quirky
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Aufbruch

by Feitel

Upon setting out on this journey, sounds rooted in medieval times take unpredictably exciting turns on their way to contemporary music-making á la folk/rock/punk. Now turn it on, turn it up, & enjoy the ride!
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Eber
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2. Die Maid
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3. Zaubersalz
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4. Wichtelmarsch
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5. Windhose
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6. Hasenjagd
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7. Aiken Drum
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8. Itchy Fingers
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9. Soldatenleben
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10. G In A
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11. Dudler's Green
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12. Hasard
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13. Loch Lomond (feat. James Mackessy & Sarah Farrell Mackessy)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
FEITEL was formed by four musicians who had previously worked together in the Austrian medieval music scene and decided to start a new project in 2012 to incorporate the diversity of their manifold musical backgrounds and influences:
bagpipes, hurdy-gurdy, rauschpfeiffe, bouzouki, and davul
meet keyboards, flute, rock drums, e-guitar, and e-bass.
The result is a new sound that stylistically slips across the boundaries between medieval, folk, fantasy, rock, and punk music ... a style that’s hard to peg with familiar labels.
Closely related genres: medieval rock, power folk, world music (Western European).


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Margit

Young World Music from the "Old World"
They've still got it in 'em, those ol' Europeans (+ one Northamerican). Listened from front to back, this is an album that deserves the term "eipc." If all the German-language text to the work is a problem for you, just turn on the Google or other translater feature in your browser. In the end, the music speaks for itself in a language worth hearing ...