The Rusalka Cycle - Songs Between Worlds
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- Field of Interest
- World Music
- In Slavic folklore, Rusalki are the restless spirits of women who have died unjust, untimely or unnatural deaths. They inhabit the waters, forests, and fields, luring people to them with their mesmerizing songs and wild laughter.
Performed by the eight powerful vocalists of Kitka, The Rusalka Cycle is a riveting dream-like journey that weaves traditional Eastern European folk song together with original music by Mariana Sadovska. This CD features Kitka singing as you've never heard them sing before. With stirring accompaniment by cellists Moses Sedler and Elaine Kreston, and percussionist Kevin Mummey.
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Kitka press release
- Content Type
- Music recording
- 47 mins
- Sub Genre
- World, Piece
- Date Recorded
- Release Date
- World Music, Music & Performing Arts, Europe, Europa
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