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Author Topic: A playlist for your Greek Gods  (Read 14857 times)
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« Reply #14: August 12, 2009, 01:08:43 pm »

You know, I just listened Rabbit Heart and it struck me as more of Kore/Persephone song, remarkedly so.

I have a song for Artemis : The Howling by Within Temptation. 

It sounds so much like an hymn to the wild hunt to me so I suppose you might apply it to Hekate as well.

Although not from a collection of artists, I purchased a CD off of iTunes music store called:

Olympus  by Kelly Andrew Kaveny

It is twelve classical/orchestral songs, one for each Olympian. My favorites are: Ares, Poseidon, Athena, Hermos.
Poseidon is a very fun song, the artist gave him the feel of a rock god.

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