Ariana Saraha | Maiden of Midnight

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Maiden of Midnight

by Ariana Saraha

Recorded over three years along the gypsy trail, Saraha’s debut studio album weaves musical tradition and modern mysticism…
Genre: World: Celtic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Maiden of Midnight
5:22 $1.00
2. The Wind
5:41 $1.00
3. Dance of the Stars
5:01 $1.00
4. Desert Blooms
6:30 $1.00
5. Phoenix
6:12 $1.00
6. La Rosa Enflorece
4:38 $1.00
7. Kali's Army
7:32 $1.00
8. Into the Void
6:53 $1.00
9. Raven
6:30 $1.00
10. Esperanza
6:42 $1.00
11. Angelfire
6:07 $1.00
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Album Notes
With influences spanning Celtic and Eastern Europe, Spain, the Middle East, and India, Ariana Saraha’s debut album, “Maiden of Midnight,” is a journey along ancient and new trails. Co-produced with Dream-Pop songstress Tina Malia and Mideast-music guru Jesse Manno, this debut studio release is a well-crafted musical journey that invites the listener to a place beyond borders where musicians meet in celebration and song. Through it all, Ariana’s achingly beautiful and versatile voice reveals a heart that loves this world so poignantly that even through a stormy night she would hold up a light to reveal the beauty hidden under the cover of darkness.

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"This evening is the first time I have listened to Ariana Saraha’s “Maiden of Midnight,” and I am utterly unprepared for her wild, mystical soul and music that transports me to faraway realms and ages. Frankly, I am blown away. I feel as if I have stumbled unknowingly upon a gypsy caravan and stepped into the circle of dancing firelight and music. It seems the perfect soundtrack for a foggy, coastal night at the edge of the continent, here at the threshold of earth, sea and sky. At times there is a Sarah Brightman quality to Saraha’s soprano voice, though the music is less symphonic and more Old World — which is actually part of its allure. Less sleekly produced, more authentic. Most of the songs are at least 6-minutes long, well over the typical 3-minute pop composition. Indeed, there is nothing commercial here or geared to court a mainstream audience. In the very best way, “Maiden of Midnight” strikes me as unapologetic — true to the essence of Ariana’s wild, gypsy soul." — L.R. Heartsong, Author, Carmel, CA

“WOW, this is an absolutely amazing album. So much more versatility than anything like it I’ve heard. I listen to Loreena McKennitt, Enya, Clannad, etc. and often after about three or four songs I’m feeling like it all sounds the same. NOT the case with your wonderful album. Not only do you weave a delightful mix of musicians together throughout the album, but your voice also shifts and changes like a chameleon angel. You have surpassed my greatest expectations and I’m delighted to have this music to add to my collection.” — Benjamin Buren, Photographer, Boulder, CO



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