A Platform for Ethnically and Culturally Inspired Music
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Through the sounds of forgotten instruments and ancient melodies, Loell Duinn (lo-el din) takes you on a journey into the mythical history of the Balkans, Europe, the world, and beyond.
The mystical musical journey of Loell Duinn started in the spring of 2003 from the Croatian region called Istra.
First as a duo, then a trio, quartet, quintet, until it became a "rich" sextet and, as such, performed at many concert venues and festivals like "Wave & Gotik Treffen" in Germany, "Dark Bombastic Evening" in Romania, "Castlefest" in the Netherlands...and other “major” and “minor” European festivals.
With no discernible genre and trendy influences, but with free creativity and a timeless spirit, Loell Duinn invents their own esoteric (musical) world; structured as vocal-instrumental parts that tend to mellow, melancholic melodies connecting ethnic/folk elements with norms of classical music throughout a historical vision of medieval, renaissance, and baroque music as an individual mixture of contemporary and traditional; a fusion of Arabic, Spanish, Balkan, and local Istrian sounds using different languages such as English, Croatian, local dialects, the extinct Mozarabic language, and also an invented language.

Current members are:
Olja Frolo - Vocals, percussions,
Alen Zarifović – Classical & acoustic guitar, percussions,
Goran Brezac - Drums, percussions,
Patrik Šćira - Keyboard, programming, accordion,
Ivona Kiršić - Flute, recorder, backing vocals, percussions,
Damir Dimovski - Bass guitar, percussions.
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