fans and not only! 'Babel' will be strictly limited to 200 copies (and this is NOT a CD-R, but a regular CD!). 'Babel' holds 11 tracks and is inspired by the cradle of our civilization, Mesopotamia. Fabrice & Jeanne once again explore a diversity of ethno instruments such as the duduk, the ney, the bendir, the saz, the buzuki, the whistle, the symphony, and of course its legendary and well known santoor.
The band has also been collaborating with artists such as Olaf Parussel from sToa for this album. This resulted in the tracks 'Offering', 'The Wedding' (which was originally conceived as soundtrack for the German documentary 'Barbarossa') and the cover version of the sToa song 'Hanuz Nist'.Rajna
is a band from France formed in 1997. Situated somewhere between dream and journey, it is an encounter with different cultures, civilisations, sounds and emotions. Clearly inspired by the mysteries of Orient, these compositions blend instruments from all parts the world : Tibet, Nepal, India, Australia, Turkey, North and Central Africa...and more
A MUST if you are into:Dead Can Dance
, acoustic Darkwave, Ethereal, WorldMusic, Heaveny Voices and... Rajna
! All tracks composed and arranged by Jeanne Lefebvre and Fabrice Lefebvre at 'Out the world' studio between Spring 2010 and Autumn 2012 , except 'Cathar song' and 'Ziggourat' recorded at the church of Chens sur Léman in Summer 2011 and arranged at 'Out of the world' studio in 2012, 'A prayer for rain' recorded at Tautavel in Summer 2011 and arranged at 'Out of the world' studio in 2012, 'Hanuz Nist ' composed by Olaf Parusel aka 'Stoa' and completely re-arranged by Rajna
in Winter 2011 at 'Out of the world' studio, originally appeared from the CD 'Silmand' by Stoa in 2008.
'Offering'composed by Rajna
and totally ( Amazing ) re-arranged by Olaf Parusel aka Stoa in 2011, Gabriel Sienkiewicz played viola, originally appeared from the CD 'Offering'. 'The Wedding' composed by Olaf Parusel and arranged by Rajna
, originally appeared from 'Barbarossa' movie sound track in 2010. 'Voyage of the Magus & And the leaves are falling...' originally appeared on the compilation 'Message des Fées' in 2008.