Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna

Masterful Norweigan storytellers Wardruna reveal yet another masterstroke in their mission to understand and integrate ancient thoughts, tools and methods to produce something relevant to the moderne era.

Following an intensive period in the studio, Kvitravn musically continues where the Runaljod trilogy left off, yet it marks a distinct evolution in Wardruna's unique sound. In a rich musical tapestry, Wardruna use a broad selection of both traditional and historical instruments such as Kravik-lyre, Trossingen-lyre, Taglharpa, Sootharp, Langeleik, Crwth, Goat- horn, Lur, Bronze-lur, flute, Moraharpa, and the record also features guest appearances by a small group of prominent traditional singers, spearheaded by Kirsten Bråten Berg, one of the most important custodians of Norwegian traditional song. Throughout eleven songs, Kvitravn discusses Northern sorcery, spirit-animals, shadows, nature and animism, the wisdom and meanings of certain myths, various Norse spiritual concepts, and the relation between sage and songs.

Wardruna

Kvitravn (White Raven)

Music for Nations
Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna
LP+x2

£37.99

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Released 22/01/2021Catalogue Number

19439724721

Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna
CD

£16.99

Digipack.

Released 22/01/2021Catalogue Number

19439724702

Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna
LPx2

£31.99

Black
Released 22/01/2021Catalogue Number

19439724711

Wardruna

Kvitravn (White Raven)

Music for Nations
Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna
LP+x2

£37.99

Red
Released 22/01/2021Catalogue Number

19439724721

Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna
CD

£16.99

Digipack.

Released 22/01/2021Catalogue Number

19439724702

Album artwork for Kvitravn (White Raven) by Wardruna
LPx2

£31.99

Black
Released 22/01/2021Catalogue Number

19439724711

Masterful Norweigan storytellers Wardruna reveal yet another masterstroke in their mission to understand and integrate ancient thoughts, tools and methods to produce something relevant to the moderne era.

Following an intensive period in the studio, Kvitravn musically continues where the Runaljod trilogy left off, yet it marks a distinct evolution in Wardruna's unique sound. In a rich musical tapestry, Wardruna use a broad selection of both traditional and historical instruments such as Kravik-lyre, Trossingen-lyre, Taglharpa, Sootharp, Langeleik, Crwth, Goat- horn, Lur, Bronze-lur, flute, Moraharpa, and the record also features guest appearances by a small group of prominent traditional singers, spearheaded by Kirsten Bråten Berg, one of the most important custodians of Norwegian traditional song. Throughout eleven songs, Kvitravn discusses Northern sorcery, spirit-animals, shadows, nature and animism, the wisdom and meanings of certain myths, various Norse spiritual concepts, and the relation between sage and songs.