Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
New Age instrumental, bracketed by 2 vocal tracks that are contemporary folk/Goddess/women's music
Most recent release, the Nymphaeum, 2001
Vocal tracks: Ruth Barrett & Cynthia Smith (they do Goddess-y music). Instrumental tracks: calls to mind the soundtrack to the gorgeous videogame "ChronoCross", music by Yasunori Mitsuda. Also brings to mind Mike Oldfield music...and stretching it: Dead Can Dance, but not as exotic as Dead Can Dance. (fleur)
Lovely melodic acoustic piano and guitar backed by acoustic and electronic orchestra plus soft vocals. Vocal tracks are pleasant. Peaceful, hopeful, uplifting, moving—good mix of relaxing and "dance-y" music. One *is* transported to a magical place. (fleur)
Recommended first album:
the Nymphaeum is their debut release
See the Internet Archive for availability—seems to be a free download there as of December 2018
Reenie Varga—vocal, whispers, backing vocals
Note: Hidden/not hidden: The last two tracks are put on the CD as if they were hidden, in that tracks 9 and 10 occur 10 minutes after the conclusion of track 8. However tracks 9 and 10 *are* listed on the back of the crystal case.
Thanks to Joanna Phillips for work on this entry.
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