Pagan Musicians


Pagan Musicians

Music is a spiritual path.  I formed this group to connect with other musicians on this site.  I hope we can inspire and motivate eachother to play!



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Latest Activity: Feb 6

"Listening, drawing sound, motion, and thought together, I find my concentration.  My imagination opens and reaches out.  And in that reaching I begin to recognize myself.  My hands feel like my hands and not the mitts I usually walk around with." 


~An excerpt from the book  "Practicing ~ A Musician's Return to Music"

by Glenn Kurtz.

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songs/hymnbooks suggestions?

Started by Dsuyentor. Last reply by MoonCrone Jul 26, 2012. 3 Replies

I've been doing many internet searches in trying to find a hymnbook based on Gaia or pagan themes to play on the piano... or basically just to learn common pagan folky type music that's sung during…Continue

Tags: hymntunes, Pagan


Started by Talia. Last reply by Dsuyentor Jan 1, 2012. 5 Replies

Hello,    Let's see...Talia here...I am a vocalist having studied voice at Hartt School of Music. I also play a little acoustic guitar. I started out early with woodwinds though playing fife in a…Continue

New Album!

Started by Michael Dolan Aug 19, 2011. 0 Replies

Thought some of you might dig this-  Gypsy Heart by FeatherscaleFresh off the presses!Continue

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Comment by Caelia Hollyherb on February 6, 2017 at 20:13

Greetings from a fellow musician. I play the drums. Unfortunately I'm a perfectionist so I don't play in front of people for fear of messing up.

Comment by Daniel O'Neill (Cat wrangler) on January 4, 2012 at 18:49

 Greetings Kelle.

Comment by Kellee on January 3, 2012 at 13:52

Hey everyone! I'm currently studying for my bachelors in violin performance and do some viola and piano on the side. I'm glad there's a group like this...I love meeting musicians from all over the place. If anyone wants to talk music with me, I love early music through antiquity, classical through late romantic and symphonic metal :]

Comment by Steve Paine on December 26, 2011 at 12:17

my band's latest effort : - )

Comment by Daniel O'Neill (Cat wrangler) on December 24, 2011 at 19:17

Yes MoonCrone I myself sadly now the ins and outs of dealing with life as a dyslexic. It does making reading sheet music loads of fun. I also just started trying to pick up where I left playing the organ oh about 40 years ago. the hard part I'm finding is to not play by "ear".  I have to admit most of the kat I have play with over the years couldn't read sheet music if their lived depend on it. No matter how well they played.

Comment by Daniel O'Neill (Cat wrangler) on December 24, 2011 at 18:58

 Greetings Awen welcome to the group.

Comment by Lilia on December 23, 2011 at 17:35

Hi all - I pay violin and piano and studied some voice in college, but mostly just do it for fun with friends now. What a great idea for a group. No matter how my spiritual life has evolved over the years, one thing always remained constant - music (and really anything creative) make me feel closer to the heart of my path.

Comment by MoonCrone on December 23, 2011 at 8:00

Merry Meet, Daniel O'Neill (Cat wrangler), glad to be in contact with a like-minded person!  Hope you manage to source your new strings.  My zither (table harp) has metal "strings" and sounds quite medieval, more like a dulcimer (which you would hit with hammers, not pluck).  I find it quite hard going on my delicate little finger tips so only practice now and again.  It's possible to get metal picks which fit over your nails, but I found I couldn't get on with those as I have metal allergies which these picks seem to trigger.  I am currently seeking replacements for them which I might get on better with.  Do you read sheet music?  If so, I envy you!!!  I have a kind of dyslexia which won't let me.  The notes "dance" all over the page so I can only play by learning set pieces.  But the good news is I can watch somebody play something then replicate it quite easily so I can compensate.  Do you have a favourite type of music you like to play?  My favourite has to be celtic stuff but I have also learned a few others including Stairway to Heaven by Led Zep, Natural Mystic by Bob Marley, and a few others not traditionally associated with strings - but that's me all over, I love breaking with convention!!!

BB, MoonCrone xx

Comment by Daniel O'Neill (Cat wrangler) on December 23, 2011 at 7:29

Hi MoonCrone I pick A little Auto harp as a matter of fact I'm glad you posted this it reminded me I need to order a few strings for mine.

 I play a lot when I was a kid i just started to play one again a few months ago.

Comment by MoonCrone on December 21, 2011 at 11:28

hello, everyone,

I'm learning how to play a celtic harp.

Do we have any other harp players here?

MoonCrone xx


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