It’s time for another edition of “On Stage Now” for the month of March. This month’s featured musician is Firamiel.
Hailing from Brazil, Firamiel plays celtic, epic, and medieval/medieval fantasy music, from both movies and video games. Her main instrument is the violin, while she also plays other instruments, such as the tin whistle, lyre, and ukulele. She enjoys Lord of the Rings, folk music, anime, Final Fantasy (the older ones), and “medieval fantasy” style in stories, games, and movies; one example is the The Witcher game series.
And so, let’s sit back against our seats and couches, sip on our mead, and perhaps consider tossing a coin as you enjoy listening to the covers of Firamiel…
“Opposing Bloodlines from Castlevania 64” – [Castlevania 64] – originally composed by Masahiro Kimura, Motoaki Furukawa, and Mariko Egawa
“Empress of Fire – feat. @StringPlayerGamer” – [Dragon Age Inquisition] – originally composed by Raney Shockne
“Zelda Lullaby ft. @StringPlayerGamer” – [The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time] – originally composed by Koji Kond0
“Ori and the Will of the Wisps cover” – [Ori and the Will of the Wisps] – originally composed by Gareth Coker
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – composed by Marcin Przybylowicz and Mikolaj Stroinski
“The Fields of Ard Skellig – instrumental cover”
“Lullaby of Woe instrumental cover – The Witcher 3 (ocarina, violin & lyre)”
“Bonny at Morn – (Oxenfurt theme – The Witcher 3) – instrumental cover”
“Ard Skellig Village (harp cover) – The Witcher 3 soundtrack”
Outro: “Eleanor Plunkett (Irish Air) on fiddle/violin” – composed by Turlough O’Carolan