Welcome, dear Wanderers!
This little home offer’s to you :
Soundpictures, painted Sounds and Elowynn’s part of activism
I would love to tell you the story behind every composition..but instead, you’re just invited to enjoy this moment with a song and
to support reconciliation in Canada
Please donate here in
and listen to Stop the Wheel therefore.
I am very proud to be a fundraiser of the Downie and Wenjack Fund.
Inspired by Chanie’s story and Gord’s call to action to build a better Canada, the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF) aims to build cultural understanding and create a path toward reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
DWF provides education on the true history of Indigenous People in Canada and the lasting impact of residential schools through their programming, partnerships and events that build awareness, education, and connection between all people in Canada.
Elowynn Lebt in Rheinland-Pfalz und malt Soundbilder.
..von Löwen, vom Wind und von der Nacht..und von Feen.
2019 – 2022 hat sie im Wishing Well Tonstudio in Rheinland-Pfalz, ihr erstes Soloalbum gemeinsam mit
dem großartigen Folkmusiker und Produzenten Andrew Cadie aus Northumberland und 10💜Excellenten Gastmusiker*innen aufgenommen:
Elowynn lives in the Rhineland-Palatinate and paints sound pictures…of lions, of the wind and of the night..and of fairies.
2019 – 2022 she recorded her first solo album at the Wishing Well recording studio, in Rhineland-Palatinate, together with
the great producer and folkmusician Andrew Cadie from Northumberland
and 10 excellent guest musicians.
The Story of Chanie Wenjack stands for generations of indigenous Children who were robbed from their families, their friends, and their culture to be christianised or „civilisated“ by colonialism.
The Song „Stop the Wheel“ was written by Elowynn and Andrew Cadie in 2020.
The Song has 3 Stations:
•Stop• is a protest against the greedy way of life of the modern western world.
Waste on the one Side
Entire starving nations and war on the other side.
•The twa Corbys• A scotish poem as remembrance of indigenous lifes, who were used, abused and thrown away like things for our system.
• Start • We’re all children of mother Earth and the third part of the songs symbolises a step towards reconciliation and Peace.
As you listen to Stop The Wheel, you might miss a voice or two, singing a wonderful indigenous chant, as promised.
So many indigenous children disappeared from their community.
May this song remind us to honor and respect their stories, their communities, and the elements of our mother nature, they never gave up to sing for.
Produzent Andrew Cadie
To be continued.
The entire Windtanz Album will be released and celebrated here in September!
We look forward to your visit 💜