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Gabriel Tamas I'm so glad you guys chose to re-upload this on badncamp. This is the album through which I discovered you, and ever since it's release I'm hooked with your music. I wish Viter would reupload their stuff too. Favorite track: Migla, Migla, Rasa, Rasa (Skyforger cover).
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All songs on current CD have traditional roots but they will appear in completely different form. Songs were performed in four languages – Ukrainian, Swedish, Latvian and Breton. Music for “Migla, Migla, Rasa, Rasa” was written by SKYFORGER, lyrics – traditional.

This album is quite experimental in many ways. The main conceptual point of the current work was an attempt to integrate such things as Carpathian folklore with a Swedish native song, to perform European traditional music by means of medieval instruments with appropriate arrangement; and at last to present an unexpected sounding of all these compositions.

The work over the album was performed in three recording studios during Autumn 2010 – Winter 2011.

None of the keyboards and samples were used in the recording process – dozens of various traditional and medieval instruments (precisely - 35) were recorded live.

Unique handmade instruments made by VITER members – Heracleum horns were used in a title song. They are 3 meters long thus 3 times wider then common Ukrainian Trembita.

Professional artist Yuriy Koval, known for his portrait artworks for the first two KRODA albums worked over the album cover.

"Diva Ruzha" recorded at Viter studio, Ukraine, 2010. Mixed and mastered in dB Recordings, Slovenia, 2011.
"Ai Vis Lo Lop" and "Migla, Migla, Rasa, Rasa" recorded at Max 220 studio, mixed and mastered in Ukraine, 2010-2011.
"Vänner Och Fränder" recorded, mixed and mastered at Viter studio, Ukraine, 2010-2011.
"Chycheri" recorded, mixed and mastered at Viter studio, Ukraine, 2011.

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released March 15, 2011

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Kings & Beggars Lviv, Ukraine

Ensemble plays European early and folk music, which was enjoyed by the noble people at the royal court and the simple people in the cities and villages – this where the name “Kings & Beggars” came out.

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