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"Et lŕ voilŕ enfin, cette surprise : pour mon 200čme post sur Eklektik Listening je vous présente aujourd’hui le nouvel album du groupe “Les Fragments De La Nuit”, baptisé “Musique Du Crépuscule”. Il s(...)"

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The Moon and the Nightspirit (Hungary)
"Regő Rejtem [ slightly damaged stock at reduced price ]" A5 Digipak CD 2007, Equilibrium Music
8.50EUR • approx. 12.3USD [ recommended ] : [ add to cart ]
Second album by the Hungarian Ethereal/Pagan Folk duo, complete with an extensive booklet featuring artwork created exclusively for this release by the band's singer Agnes Toth.
The Moon and the Nightspirit was formed in 2003 by Agnes and Mihaly. It is a mystical journey into the amaranthine realm of dreams and beauty, long-forgotten by modern man. A journey inspired by pagan fables, ancient Hungarian folk music and nature itself.

The band recorded a promotional EP in 2004, which earned them a deal with Equilibrium Music for the release of their first album, "Of Dreams Forgotten and Fables Untold", recorded and released on the following year. This album was very well received and made a name for The Moon and the Nightspirit in the musical scene. They played several festivals/concerts, both in Hungary and abroad, and even at a live TV show on one of Hungarian National television's programmes dedicated to folk/world music.

Recordings for their second album, "Regő Rejtem", began around mid 2006, again at the band's own studio, Elysion. "Regő rejtem" is a line from ancient Hungarian minstrel songs, which means "I conjure with magic", or, in words even closer to Shamanism, "révüléssel révülök" ("I am ecstatic in a trance"), a vision that suits perfectly the mood on the duo's songs. This time they have traveled further into times bygone, rekindling the flames of the Taltos (Hungarian shaman) and reawakening the spirits of the Elders. The music has acquired a more varied and colorful tone through the use of varied ethnic instrumentation (such as kaval, tapan, jew's harp or zither), and has also become significantly more energetic and vibrant, without sacrificing the unique ambiance that the band had found on their debut album.

"Regő Rejtem" also finds the duo leaving behind the English language, and using only Hungarian lyrics this time. They come in the form of poems - chants dedicated to Mother Earth, the spiritual world and the ancient wisdom, and have also served, together with the music, as inspiration for several superb paintings that Agnes has produced to illustrate the album. These three elements (music, lyrics and illustrations) form a strong unity, and only with the existence of these three does "Regő Rejtem" become a whole.

The album is presented in a DVD-size Digipak, and comes with a full-colour booklet complete with Agnes' paintings and both Hungarian and English versions of the lyrics.



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- tracklist -
01. Regő Rejtem (5:44)
02. Örökké (3:12)
03. Avarálom (4:41)
04. Szarvaslélek (5:08)
05. Föld Szíve Dobban (3:58)
06. Csillagnász (4:54)
07. Rögből Élet (4:12)
08. Éjköszöntő (5:39)
09. Holdtánc (4:27)

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