“Almara released her solo album ‘Outros Amores’ Munich, October 20, 2009 after over a year of hard Studio work it is: Elisabeth Pawelke published under the name Almara” her solo album, which was produced by producer Michael Ableitner in the studios of the trilogy media on October 25, 2009, the distribution of Kom4Medien appears. “The debut album named Outros amores” and describes the different types of love angelic Sung and accompanied by harp, lute, hurdy gurdy and co. Elisabeth Pawelke, the already in 2007 by the successful medieval band Faun “separated, the last spent one and a half years more or less in the recording Studio. San-antonio-spurs may not feel the same. The songs are made mainly in the Studio”, so the aspiring solo artist. “I have ideas of course before very long, was for months on the hunt for old scores, practiced and finally broken me head over possible arrangements originated Outros amores” However in the Studio. Along with guest musicians We have the album last almost 18 months created, that turns around the love and pursues a very own style: a mix of authentic old music from the 13th to 16th centuries, played with old instruments and the hint of a modern interpretation of the 21st century. “In fact, Almara can include many familiar faces to their guest musicians: Sascha Gotowtschikow (percussionist of Estampie), Emanuele Forni (Jazz guitarist from Italy by the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis), Michael Popp (member of the medieval avant-garde pop group Qntal) and Birgit Muggenthaler-Schmack (flutist with Schandmaul and Sava) have created a work together with the singer Elisabeth Pawelke, which not only sounds good, but looks in the Digipac also still beautiful.” The long-player will be sold media under the brand of screaming Banshee by kom4. “The distribution has many well-known artists in the medieval, Gothic and classical scene under contract, so that Outros amores” wonderfully fit in the product range. Listen is worthwhile, especially the title track of pink of the rosas”and the “Original composition que pude ser” must be played anyway.