I am so happy to announce my long promised 24 song album surrounding each rune meaning! I titled it "Rune Songs for the 21st Century" because of its contemporary take on instrumentation.
This is music I made once I realized I wanted to explore another method of interpreting the runes, this time a journey through music rather than words. It is based of my work in The Book of Rune Secrets, which in turn is based on a whole curriculum of interpretations by a host of authors.
Discuss in this forum thread, or on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the tracklist, listen for free and if you really like it, and want to support the community and my further work here, please do purchase it. Also, share this work, you are the only way of spreading the word I have. As always, I love to hear from you and have people find value in the site, my work, and each other.
Gebo is also one of my favourites. If I had completed it earlier I probably would have played it at my wedding!
Congratulations on this tracklist, Tyriel.
Fehu...uplifting...Uruz (a favourite rune) imposing, borderline alarming, Gebo, lyrical, so is Isa. Wunjo has charm, Hagalaz is mellower than I'd have anticipated...
I like the Elk's stately walk :)
Not chatted here for a long while. I had difficulties logging in after I moved, and changed email address. I still can't log in except as now via twitter.
I'll share on Twitter, if you're sure?
Laguz: Once I dreamed, before I knew the runes and knew Laguz, that I was driving along the foot of a hill or cliff with a huge calm water on my left, and then I came around a corner and suddenly there was no road. The lake was covering the road, there was only water as far as I could see, shining pale and flat in the sun. And then I was diving, looking for my mother whom I knew must be drowning (she is alive, aged 76) I found her in the deeps and was anxious to pull her out but she wasn't keen. It wasn't a nightmare exactly, though it was quite frightening, but the odd thing was, I mentioned it to my mother...the bit about there suddenly being no road, only water and she said how peculiar; she had had that same dream a few days before, though we were not sure if it was on the same night.