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Druid Four Winds
a Pagan rock opera
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The Story
Each spring the Greenman rises from his winter rest and life begins anew. Stag and Flower, now very much in love, attend a Beltane festival where they perform the ancient Pagan fertility rite of dancing the maypole. The pipes of Pan blend with some great vocal harmonies on this song of celebration.

Trickster: guitars, Pan pipes, djembe, congas, vocals
Dana Davis: vocals
Starwind: vocals
Beltane Choir: the Joes, Beltana Spellsinger, Barbi Hatch
all lyrics and music by Trickster


the Greenman wakes from his winter rest
to host this Pagan fertility fest
from north and south and east and west
come joyful celebrants, all are blessed

    Beltane's here, celebrate the May
    nymphs and satyrs come out to play
    with elves and fairies and all things fey
    to feel the magick of life this day

upon the maypole rests a wreath
she and I dance together underneath
everything but we two fades away
a love so strong no words could ever say


the ribbons round the maypole wind so tight
the light within your soul shines so bright
of my own free will I come to you this Beltane night
of our own free wills we shall invoke the Great Rite

feel the magick of life this day
feel the magick of life this day
feel the magick of life

Links to musicians who perform on Druid Four Winds

Loke E. Coyote's main site
Dana Davis's main site
SONA's main site
Dreamtrybe's main site
Galapagos' main site
Gypsy Fire's main site
Cherries-n-Silk's main site
International Online Pagan Artist Network (IOPAN)

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