Celtic, English, German, Austrian, Dutch, Jewish music of the 12-17th centuries. Is it surprising that green hills, white dogs with red ears and grey stones in clear water appear in front of you? This is the music of those days when there lived goddesses-guardians and men did not feel embarrassed to consider their opinions. To consider already secretly, as the “witches” burnt too loudly. Still this music has nothing to do with cruel fires. There’s the voice of wind, the voice of grass, the voice of stone, the voice of alive tree in it. There’s the look of a woman in it, a woman who feels this earth as she feels her child, because she herself is a woman in childbirth, she herself brings life to this world. There’s simple wisdom in this music, wisdom which does not require words. This music does not make haste, that is why it is always in time. Always.
Anton Jozhik Leyba (Hedgehog)