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May 22, photo by Karin Odell

May 22, photo by Karin Odell

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Sing Out! Vol 5 no 3

Sing Out!

Read the full length expose of Kari Tauring, Nordic root folk musician and spiritual teacher written by David de Young for Sing Out! magazine. Kari's reflections at the passing of Pete Seeger on January 28, 2014: "I thought about how his songs influenced me as a very young girl. I learned "Where have all the flowers gone?" and "If I had a ...

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In the Footsteps of my Mothers

This is the article I wrote for Underdølen Spring/Summer 2015, the magazine from my "home town" in the Sognefjord, Norway. It describes my journey to the high mountain farm where my mothers, mothers, mothers all come from. I can sing the names of my Mitochondrial Lineage back ten generations. They depended on the goats and the wonderful cheeses made from ...

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Return of the Volva!

The Spring/Summer 2015 Issue of "Witches and Pagans Magazine" published a wonderful interview with Sorcha Feilnar about my history and current work reclaiming the traditions of the staff carrier in the Nordic Folk Way. Also in this issue is a great article about the work and books of Maria Kvilhaug! You can read my interview below and purchase the magazine ...

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Two albums and a flash drive!

Ljos and Svart: Double Album

Kari Tauring and Drew Miller mark the culmination of their 8-year journey together into Nordic tradition with two albums: Ljos and Svart. Another long-time Kari collaborator, Lynette Reini-Grandell, joins in Finnish charms and Kalevala songs. Scott Nieman once again mixes brilliantly and adds the magic of his strings. In the over 100 minutes of original and traditional music, spoken word, and instrumentals, the Sun ...

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