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Books from Nordic Moon Press

Kari in collaboration with editor, David de Young.

The Younger Futhark: A Pandemic Journey

Coming soon...

What began as a second edition of the popular book The Runes: A Human Journey (published in 2007 and now out of print), has developed into a work which effectively replaces Tauring’s original publication. more...

The Day Begins at Sunset is Kari Tauring’s first collection of poetry. 

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Kari Tauring shares over twenty years of research and practice in Norse spiritual traditions that culminates in Völva Stav.

Kari's Recordings with Omnium Records

Traditional songs and original poems from Minnesota, Norway & Sweden about water sprites and shape shifting bears.

Kari Tauring uses runes, rhythm and breath to tell the stories of the Northlands.

Kari Tauring and Drew Miller mark the culmination of their 8-year journey together into Nordic tradition with two albums: Ljos (Light) and Svart (Dark).

Kari Tauring and Drew Miller mark the culmination of their 8-year journey together into Nordic tradition with two albums: Ljos (Light) and Svart (Dark).

Völva Songs includes pieces sung in Votic, Icelandic, Norwegian and English that are as sweet as a lullaby and frightening as a Valkyrie.

A remastered and expanded edition of the 1999 original.

…a gentle, positive pagan celebration of the season, with songs that are lovingly composed. ” All Music Guide

Other Media

 

This channel contains performances, dance instruction, cultural educations, behind the scene out takes, and even an excerpt from "Alt for Norge" Norwegian reality show.

 

The original Kari Tauring channel has music videos, excerpts from performances, photo collages, interviews, and the original audition video for "Alt for Norge."

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Dedicated to the work of American Völva, Kari Tauring and Völva Stav, her original system of staff use to embody the world tree and access access ancestor memory and to view and heal öorlog.

Interviews and instructional videos.

Kari Tauring and Carol Sersland’s original project exploring the runes in the body and traditional folk dance and intersection of ancient and traditional stories, songs, movement, and community celebration.

 

Made possible through FY2011 Folk and Traditional Arts grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board through the arts and cultural heritage fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the Legacy Amendment as voted on by the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008

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Kari's Pandemic video projects through Norway House, Minneapolis 2020 - 2022

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