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Two years after the acclaimed ???? / Grief, Sivyj Yar is back with a new studio album, ??????? ???? / Golden Threads. St. Petersburg-based multi-instrumentalist Vladimir takes us by surprise this time (temporarily?) leaving black metal aside and delivering a completely acoustic, instrumental album. Those of you who are familiar with bands like Nest and Tenhi will find many resemblances here, as ??????? ???? / Golden Threads has deep roots into the neofolk underground. Definitely the most unusual release in the whole Sivyj Yar discography, the Novgorod gusli is the main instrument here - a very close relative of the Finnish kantele. When asked to describe ??????? ???? / Golden Threads, Vladimir said he considers "The album as 'neo-medieval nocturnes' and dedicates it to Yuri Mirolyubov (1892-1970), the discoverer (well, most likely, the author) of the mysterious Book of Veles - the main influence on the Eastern European paganism revival". Sivyj Yar new, atypical album will be released on February 11th on CD and LP.
Two years after the acclaimed ???? / Grief, Sivyj Yar is back with a new studio album, ??????? ???? / Golden Threads. St. Petersburg-based multi-instrumentalist Vladimir takes us by surprise this time (temporarily?) leaving black metal aside and delivering a completely acoustic, instrumental album. Those of you who are familiar with bands like Nest and Tenhi will find many resemblances here, as ??????? ???? / Golden Threads has deep roots into the neofolk underground. Definitely the most unusual release in the whole Sivyj Yar discography, the Novgorod gusli is the main instrument here - a very close relative of the Finnish kantele. When asked to describe ??????? ???? / Golden Threads, Vladimir said he considers "The album as 'neo-medieval nocturnes' and dedicates it to Yuri Mirolyubov (1892-1970), the discoverer (well, most likely, the author) of the mysterious Book of Veles - the main influence on the Eastern European paganism revival". Sivyj Yar new, atypical album will be released on February 11th on CD and LP.
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Golden Threads
Artist: Sivyj Yar
Format: Vinyl
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1. A Voice Sung Softly Across the Fields
2. Hear My Voice in the Spring Breeze
3. Rusalia
4. Through the Fog the Villages Blacken
5. Juice of the Bitter Roots Sweetens to Honey in the Cereal Fields
6. Footsteps Shimmer Silver in the Dew

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Two years after the acclaimed ???? / Grief, Sivyj Yar is back with a new studio album, ??????? ???? / Golden Threads. St. Petersburg-based multi-instrumentalist Vladimir takes us by surprise this time (temporarily?) leaving black metal aside and delivering a completely acoustic, instrumental album. Those of you who are familiar with bands like Nest and Tenhi will find many resemblances here, as ??????? ???? / Golden Threads has deep roots into the neofolk underground. Definitely the most unusual release in the whole Sivyj Yar discography, the Novgorod gusli is the main instrument here - a very close relative of the Finnish kantele. When asked to describe ??????? ???? / Golden Threads, Vladimir said he considers "The album as 'neo-medieval nocturnes' and dedicates it to Yuri Mirolyubov (1892-1970), the discoverer (well, most likely, the author) of the mysterious Book of Veles - the main influence on the Eastern European paganism revival". Sivyj Yar new, atypical album will be released on February 11th on CD and LP.
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