Vedan Kolod: Slavic Folk from Russia (Featured Distro Artist)

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Slavonic ethno-band ВеданЪ КолодЪ / Vedan Kolod (meaning Prophetic Tree) was formed in February 2005 in Siberia, Russia by Tatyana Naryshkina. The group perform neo-pagan folk and medieval folk music inspired by eastern Russian culture, landscapes and history. Vedan Kolod sing in the ancient Russian language and play a variety of traditional insutrments including Slavic bagpipes, flutes, war drums, Scythian horn, and sharkuncy – many reconstructed from scratch by their musical master Valerii Naryshkin.
Vedan Kolod conjure the most authentic and powerful Slavic shamanic music. This is pure Rus music devoid of all modern influence.

Vedan Kolod Russian Folk

Members:
Tatyana Naryshkina – vocal, flutes, Slavonic drums, ocarina, fuyara, vargan and other
Valerii Naryshkin – vocal, two kinds of gusli, Scythian horn, ocarina, Slavonic drums, vargan, zhaleika, Slavonic bagpipe, fuyara, gudok and other
Daryana Antipova – vocal, Slavonic big and small drums, fuyara, sharkuncy

They have released five albums and are currently recording new material for possible release in 2013.

ВеданЪ КолодЪ / Vedan Kolod – Племена / Tribes [2005]
ВеданЪ КолодЪ / Vedan Kolod – Танец Леших / The Dance of the Wood Spirits [2007]
ВеданЪ КолодЪ / Vedan Kolod – Волчья тропа / The Wolf’s Path (Volch’ja Tropa) [2008]
ВеданЪ КолодЪ / Vedan Kolod – У кривой дороги / Curve of the Road [2010]
ВеданЪ КолодЪ / Vedan Kolod – Слово о полку Игореве / The Tale of Igor’s Campaign [2011]

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