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Any nature-folk albums as good as Weiland and Kveldssanger?

I have been looking for some time, but so far nothing has come close. Oftentimes instrumentation is good, but the vocals fall far short. So should anyone else hold these two albums close to their heart, and know of any more of the same quality, please do be kind enough to share your knowledge...

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Nest - Trail Of The Unwary

"The core of Nest's music is the kantele, a traditional Finnish string instrument that originates from over 2000 years ago. It belongs to the class of horizontal harps and usually has five to twelve strings, sometimes even thirty or more. A fifteen stringed version is used in Nest, since it still has that quite rough ancient sound which the ones designed for classical music (with 30 or more strings) lack".

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Nest - Trail Of The Unwary

"The core of Nest's music is the kantele, a traditional Finnish string instrument that originates from over 2000 years ago. It belongs to the class of horizontal harps and usually has five to twelve strings, sometimes even thirty or more. A fifteen stringed version is used in Nest, since it still has that quite rough ancient sound which the ones designed for classical music (with 30 or more strings) lack".

Read more here.

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Here: www.metalunion.org


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Váli - Forlatt

An astounding album, and excuse my blasphemy, but this is one of those albums reaching close to the brilliance and perfection of the ancient masterpieces of black metal. Whoever the guy is, he had the spirit right in place, and created one of the most inspiring journeys of soundwaves that my ears have yet to experience. Very recommended, peaceful yet with the philosophical insight of a hessian nihilist and the narrative; explorative composition which truely deserves the prefix of Neo as in Neofolk, alluding just as much to neoclassical too in this sense.

Intensly memorable pieces from the album (even though it's all great in its entirety):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbCijPVR7MM&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/user/M4nk4#p/c/21D5EB8EF556F7ED/0/Ik7MUy8gikQ
http://www.youtube.com/user/M4nk4#p/c/21D5EB8EF556F7ED/1/nbqE9TAo614

I also recommend the Vergissmichnicht which you can find on M4nk4's profile aswell. Not of the quality of Váli, but that's like suggesting Schumann ain't worthwhile only because Beethoven exists.