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Forseti - Jenzig FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Gesang Der Jünglinge
Lyrics By [Text] – L. Uhland*
4:19
A2 Am Abend
Lyrics By [Text] – U. Nolte*
2:28
A3 Heilige Welt 5:20
B1 Abschied 1:39
B2 Wolfszeit 2:53
B3 Erlkönig
Lyrics By [Text] – J.W. Goethe*
4:20
B4 Jenzig 2:18

Credits

  • Cello – Thomas Hansmann
  • Composed By – Forseti
  • Concert Flute [Transverse Flute] – Dani Metzler*
  • French Horn [Waldhorn] – Stefan Trebs
  • Lyrics By [Text] – Forseti (tracks: A3 to B2, B4)
  • Photography By [Fotos] – Ritter*
  • Violin – Eveline Klose
  • Vocals – Arlette Finke
  • Vocals, Guitar, Drums, Accordion, Melodica, Recorder, Piano – Andreas Ritter

Notes

Limited edition of 550 copies with A5 foldout insert.
Rereleased 2002 on CD (→Jenzig) with a bonustrack.
Eis Und Licht Category Eis009 do not appear on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AF 20171/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AF 20172/A
  • Other (Eis Und Licht Actual Category): Eis009

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GOEART XIII, none Forseti Jenzig ‎(CD, EP, RE) Goeart, Grunwald GOEART XIII, none Germany 2002


Forseti - Jenzig FLAC album

Musician performer: Forseti

Title: Jenzig

Country: Germany

Date of release: 1999

Style: Neofolk

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1725 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 781

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Whitescar
With this limited edition (and immediately deleted) 10" vinyl, Forseti became a cult name in the at the time growing neofolk scene. Andreas Ritter did set the prototype of the perfect German neofolk: entirely acoustic, melancholic and haunting, with sweet and gentle vocals that for once gave back to the German language its poetic dignity (no "Adolfish" declamations here). Not by chance, Forseti comes from Thüringen, the region where Weimar (the city of Goethe, Schiller and lots of other German poets and intellectuals) is located. Get the CD reissue of this precious gem if you want to experience this style of music at its best. Once you have it, forget about any following Forseti release and the rest of German neofolk (with few exceptions).
Whitescar
With this limited edition (and immediately deleted) 10" vinyl, Forseti became a cult name in the at the time growing neofolk scene. Andreas Ritter did set the prototype of the perfect German neofolk: entirely acoustic, melancholic and haunting, with sweet and gentle vocals that for once gave back to the German language its poetic dignity (no "Adolfish" declamations here). Not by chance, Forseti comes from Thüringen, the region where Weimar (the city of Goethe, Schiller and lots of other German poets and intellectuals) is located. Get the CD reissue of this precious gem if you want to experience this style of music at its best. Once you have it, forget about any following Forseti release and the rest of German neofolk (with few exceptions).