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Posted: 25-Oct-2009, 07:31 PM
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The High Priestess has once again bestowed one of her great blessings to Celtic Radio. Faeries are in fact real and Gabrielle Niver has provided proof of such in her latest offering - Faerie Archives Volume One. With this stunning collection of Faerie songs to grace the musical halls of the Society for the Preservation of Faerie Arts, Gabrielle has single handedly insured that Faeries will indeed survive through these dark and treacherous times.

She writes, "Many people express surprise when they hear that we have found a way to record faeries making music. Most people have never experienced faeries in any real sense, and that's no surprise once you learn how elusive, mercurial and fussy they can actually be. We only accomplished it after years of research, experimentation and a few extraordinary artifacts including Desire, a celtic harp; the Faerie House and just the right bottle of plum wine."

Through her creative genius, High Priestess has brought to life a world of never-ending beauty and fantasy that will carry her Faerie voices through a mystical calling of love, laughter and serenity. Faerie Archives is a delightful collection of exquisite and stunningly fresh songs that combine the nature of faeries, harps and voices to melt away your worries and leave you rejuvenated to take on the world. 5 Golden Faeries to the girl lighting the Faerie World on fire!

We must also mention the detailed and lovely cover artwork that High Priestess has created with Faery Archives. From the Map of recordings, to the many different styled photographs and her personal note. This is one of the most beautifully themed CDs and inserts that we have reviewed. It truly shows the work and enthusiasm that High Priestess has put into this production. We highly recommend Faerie Archives to all of our listeners and members.

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