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Faun: A Journey Through Pagan Folk and Medieval Music


Faun: A Journey Through Pagan Folk and Medieval Music




Faun is a German band that was formed in 1998 and plays pagan folk, darkwave, and medieval music. The band uses old instruments such as the Celtic harp, nyckelharpa, hurdy-gurdy, bagpipes, and various lutes, as well as modern electronic ones. The vocals are performed in a variety of languages, including German, English, Latin, Greek, and Scandinavian languages.




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The band's name comes from the ancient Roman mythological creature that is half human and half goat. Faun's music is inspired by nature, mythology, fantasy, and ancient cultures. The band has released 11 studio albums and two live albums between 2002 and 2019. Some of their most popular songs are "Federkleid", "Walpurgisnacht", "Diese kalte Nacht", and "Andro".


Faun's discography is a rich and diverse collection of songs that explore different themes and genres. The band has collaborated with other artists such as Wardruna, Omnia, Subway to Sally, and Santiano. Faun has also performed at various festivals and events around the world, such as Castlefest, Wave-Gotik-Treffen, M'era Luna Festival, and Wacken Open Air.


If you are a fan of pagan folk and medieval music, or if you are curious about these genres, you should check out Faun's discography. You will find a unique and enchanting musical experience that will transport you to another time and place.Faun's latest album, MÃrchen & Mythen, was released in 2019 and features 12 songs inspired by fairy tales and myths. The album includes songs based on stories such as "Snow White", "Sleeping Beauty", "The Little Mermaid", and "The Pied Piper of Hamelin". The album also features guest vocals by Katja Moslehner, who was a former member of Faun from 2013 to 2017.


Faun's music is available on various platforms, such as Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Deezer. You can also buy their CDs and vinyls from their official website or other online stores. Faun also has a fan club called Fauniversum, where you can get exclusive access to news, events, merchandise, and more.


Some other bands that are similar to Faun are Omnia, Wardruna, Corvus Corax, Eluveitie, and Heilung. These bands also play pagan folk and medieval music with old and modern instruments. They also sing in different languages and use historical and mythological themes in their lyrics. If you like Faun's music, you might also enjoy these bands.Faun is not only a musical band, but also a cultural project that aims to revive the ancient traditions and values of paganism and nature worship. The band members are also involved in various activities such as workshops, lectures, rituals, and ceremonies. They also support environmental and animal rights causes and promote a sustainable and ethical lifestyle.


Faun's music has influenced many people around the world and has created a loyal fan base. The band has received several awards and nominations for their work, such as the German Echo Award, the German Record Critics' Award, and the Metal Hammer Award. Faun has also been featured in various media outlets, such as magazines, documentaries, and podcasts.


Faun is one of the most successful and innovative bands in the pagan folk and medieval music scene. Their music is a blend of ancient and modern sounds that creates a magical and captivating atmosphere. Their lyrics are a tribute to the beauty and wisdom of nature and mythology. Their discography is a journey through pagan folk and medieval music that you should not miss. e0e6b7cb5c


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