Friday, March 26, 2010

Omnia - European Pagan folk music

Let's have some more pagan folk music from Europe.

The group Omnia refers to itself as a "neoceltic pagan folk" band.  They are based in The Netherlands and Belgium and their members are Irish, Dutch, English and Belgian. Their traditional music features cultural forms from places around the world such as Ireland, England, France, Finland, and even Afganistan.

They play Celtic harp, mouth harp, hurdy-gurdy, bodhrán, guitar, bouzouki, didgeridoo, flutes of all kinds, bagpipes, various drums and percussion instruments. They sing in Welsh, English, German, Irish, Breton, French, Finnish,  Latin and other languages.

Members of the band include:
Sic (Steve Evans-van der Harten); flutes, bouzouki, percussion, vocals
Jenny (Jennifer Evans-van der Harten); harp, hurdy-gurdy, bodhran, piano, vocals
Luka (Louis Aubri-Krieger); slide-didgeridoo, vocals
Joe (Joseph Hennon); DADGAD guitar
Mich (Michel Rozek); drums (2007 - 2009)
Tom (Tom Spaan); drums (2009 - present)
Yoast (Joost van Es); fiddle, guitar, mandolin (2009 - 2009)

The web site for Omnia

More from Omnia
Official Trailer OMNIA "PaganFolkLore"
Omnia - Richard Parker's Fancy
Omnia - The Bold Fenian Men
OMNIA - Promo Trailer live at Castlefest 2009
Omnia - Epona
Omnia - Fidhe Ra Huri
Omnia - The Raven - Pagan FolkLore Dvd
Omnia - Morrigan
Omnia - Opening Archeon: Dúlamán
Omnia - Niiv
Omnia - Luna
Omnia - Twa Corbiez
Omnia - Wytches Brew
Omnia - Dil Gaya HD
Omnia - Etrezomp ni Kelted
Omnia 10 - Pagan Polska
Omnia - Wolfsong (nieuw nummer)
Omnia - Dance untill we Die!!!! (Castlefest 2009)
Omnia - Taranis
Omnia - The old man tree
Omnia - Odi et Amo
Omnia - Auta Luonto