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За Т​р​и​д​е​в​я​т​ь З​е​м​е​л​ь

by Рабо́р

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FakeIsTrash My goodness! What a fine album this is! I’m very pleased that I got it! Reminds me of the songs and stories I used to fall asleep to as a child. Thank you so much for making this! Favorite track: Сказание о Граде Китеж.
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Skarbnik Unable to understand any song title, I still find the tunes very catchy and immersive! Some are cheerful and light-hearted, some are heroic.
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a very bad guy! (he is bad) A charming album, full of unforgettable melodies and evoking scenes of Russia's countryside in ages past.

This would be a great soundtrack to a game, perhaps about the bear on the cover who has to rebuild an important performance stage after a great storm destroys it. He has to travel all around Bear Island and to other lands in order to accomplish this. Favorite track: За Тридевять Земель.
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Kaptain Carbon There have been a few people going crazy over this record as Рабор seems to be illustrating Slavic folk tales through the wonderful melody of light and orchestral dungeon synth. Aided with bird calls and forest sounds, За Тридевять Земель is a delightful journey into the lush Summer wilderness of Russia. There is also a bear playing a stringed instrument so that right there is already a step in the right direction. Favorite track: Гуси-Лебеди.
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This album sends us to a journey through the most mysterious and magic places of Russian folk tales. We will meet with the mysterious inhabitant of a forest hut, which will show us the way to Kalinov Bridge across the river Smorodina. Look at the Svetloyar lake in search of the invisible town Kitezh. We will dance with Sadko in the underwater Palace of the Sea tsar. And in the end of the journey we will look back to remember all those amazing miracles that happened to us in an unknown country Far away...

The album used guitars and Russian folk instruments.

Special thanks to:
Viktoria Mokina-Bazankova (www.facebook.com/viktoria.mokinabazankova)
Anton (raevjager.bandcamp.com)
Mrak (flecktarnproductions.bandcamp.com)
Evgeny (theoroth.bandcamp.com)
Svetlana (www.facebook.com/listorez) for art
...and many others...


released October 29, 2016




Рабо́р Russia

Neofolk | Folk Ambient

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