Lindsey Stirling’s ‘The Phoenix‘ was one of the superb pieces of music featured on the soundtrack of the second part of Season 1 of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina — “Chapter Fourteen: Lupercalia” this week.
The second part of the popular comic book supernatural series was released on Netflix on Friday, and its music is already going viral on social media.
Lindsey Stirling’s ‘The Phoenix‘ was played on the third episode of the second part of Season 1 as Ambrose plays the violin for the lupercalia dance. Of course, it is actually Stirling that is playing.
The gorgeous piece of violin music was released by Stirling in 2016 on her third studio album Brave Enough.
The 14-track album is an interesting release, as it features six instrumental tracks along with eight others that have guest vocalists. These include Christina Perri who sings the title track, Weezer’s lead vocalist Rivers Cuomo, Irish singer songwriter Rooty and Shiny Toy Guns vocalist Carah Faye.
Brave Enough was an enormous hit for Lindsey Stirling. It charted in 13 countries, including the U.S. and the UK, and hit the number 1 spot on two Billboard charts — Top Classical Albums and Top Dance/Electronic Albums.
Interestingly too, while Brave Enough spawned eight singles, ‘The Phoenix‘ was not one of them.
As for Lindsey Stirling, she is an American violinist, singer and songwriter.
She performs a mix of classical violin music, along with rock, pop and electronic dance. She also choreographs her own performances, and her YouTube videos, which have attracted a huge amount of attention to her music and to her.
Listen to Lindsey Stirling’s ‘The Phoenix‘ in the video below. You can also hear her album Brave Enough in its entirety in the Spotify widget below that.
Related Reading (and listening 🙂 ): Lindsey Stirling’s ‘Phantom of the Opera‘ featured in The Umbrella Academy — listen here
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