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Faun - Discography (2002-2013) 73


Faun - Discography (2002-2013) 73




Faun is a German progressive pagan folk / medieval band that was founded in 2002 in Munich. The band uses old medieval instruments as well as modern electronic ones to create a unique sound that blends ancient and contemporary elements. Faun has released 11 studio albums, one live album, and several singles and EPs from 2002 to 2013. The band has also collaborated with other artists such as Omnia, Subway to Sally, and Wardruna. Faun's discography is a rich and diverse collection of musical works that explore various themes such as mythology, folklore, nature, spirituality, and love.


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Albums





  • Zaubersprüche (2002): Faun's debut album, which means "magic spells" in German, features songs based on medieval texts and poems. The album introduces the band's signature style of combining acoustic instruments such as harp, flute, bagpipes, and hurdy-gurdy with electronic beats and ambient sounds. Some of the songs are sung in Middle High German, Old Norse, Latin, and Hungarian.



  • Licht (2003): Faun's second album, which means "light" in German, continues the band's exploration of medieval and pagan themes. The album includes songs inspired by Celtic mythology, Nordic runes, and fairy tales. The album also features guest vocals by Sarah Newman from the band Omnia.



  • Renaissance (2005): Faun's third album, which means "rebirth" in French, marks a shift in the band's musical direction. The album focuses more on the Renaissance period and incorporates influences from classical music, baroque music, and world music. The album also features guest vocals by Lisa Pawelke, who would later join the band as a permanent member.



  • Totem (2007): Faun's fourth album, which means "symbol" in Ojibwe, is a tribute to the band's musical roots and influences. The album includes songs based on traditional folk tunes from various countries and regions such as Ireland, Scotland, Spain, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe. The album also features guest vocals by Niel Mitra, who would later join the band as a permanent member.



  • Buch der Balladen (2009): Faun's fifth album, which means "book of ballads" in German, is a collection of acoustic songs that are based on old German ballads and poems. The album showcases the band's vocal abilities and harmonies as well as their mastery of medieval instruments. The album also features guest vocals by Eric Fish from the band Subway to Sally.



  • Eden (2011): Faun's sixth album, which means "paradise" in Hebrew, is a concept album that explores the idea of paradise in different cultures and religions. The album includes songs inspired by Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist, and Native American beliefs and traditions. The album also features guest vocals by Einar Selvik from the band Wardruna.



  • Von den Elben (2013): Faun's seventh album, which means "from the elves" in German, is the band's most successful album to date. The album reached number two on the German charts and was certified gold. The album is a fusion of pagan folk and pop music that appeals to a wider audience. The album also features guest vocals by Santiano and Schandmaul.



  • Luna (2014): Faun's eighth album, which means "moon" in Latin, is a continuation of the band's pop-oriented sound. The album includes songs inspired by the moon and its phases as well as its influence on human emotions and behavior. The album also features guest vocals by Katja Moslehner, who would later join the band as a permanent member.



  • Märchen & Mythen (2019): Faun's ninth album, which means "fairy tales & myths" in German, is a return to the band's acoustic roots. The album includes songs based on stories and legends from various cultures and regions such as Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Japan, and India. The album also features guest vocals by Laura Fella, who would later join the band as a permanent member.



  • Midgard (2020): Faun's tenth album, which means "middle earth" in Old Norse, is a concept album that explores the Norse mythology and cosmology. The album includes songs inspired by the nine worlds of Norse mythology, such as Asgard, Midgard, Helheim, and Jotunheim. The album also features guest vocals by Einar Selvik from the band Wardruna.



  • Pagan (2022): Faun's eleventh album, which means "country dweller" in Latin, is a celebration of the band's pagan identity and heritage. The album includes songs that express the band's connection to nature, spirituality, and ancient traditions. The album also features guest vocals by Omnia, Subway to Sally, and Wardruna.




Live Albums





  • Faun & The Pagan Folk Festival - Live (2008): Faun's first live album, which was recorded during the band's Pagan Folk Festival tour in 2007. The album features live performances by Faun and their guests Omnia and Sieben.




Singles and EPs





  • Andro (2004): Faun's first single, which features the song "Andro", a traditional Breton dance tune.



  • Faun Acoustic (2006): Faun's first EP, which features acoustic versions of four songs from their previous albums.



  • Rosmarin (2007): Faun's second single, which features the song "Rosmarin", a German ballad about a rosemary plant that symbolizes love and fidelity.



  • Dies Irae (2010): Faun's third single, which features the song "Dies Irae", a Latin hymn that describes the day of judgment.



  • Diese kalte Nacht (2013): Faun's fourth single, which features the song "Diese kalte Nacht", a German pop song about a cold night that brings two lovers together.



  • Federkleid (2016): Faun's fifth single, which features the song "Federkleid", a German pop song about a feather dress that allows one to fly away from troubles.



  • Hagazussa (2019): Faun's sixth single, which features the song "Hagazussa", a German folk song about a witch who lives in the forest.




Conclusion




Faun is a band that has evolved and experimented with different musical styles and genres throughout their career. The band has created a discography that reflects their passion for medieval and pagan music as well as their openness to new influences and trends. Faun has also collaborated with other artists who share their vision and values. Faun's discography is a testament to their artistic creativity and diversity.


Sources:



  • [Faun Discography Discogs]



  • [Faun Albums and Discography AllMusic]






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