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Qntal’s Qntal III: Tristan und Isolde

I long ago gave up apologizing for being a sloppy romantic. At my age, I figure I’m entitled. I also have a tendency, when the lists of CDs available come out from GMR, to get a little crazy and go … Continue reading

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Wûtas’ Eponymous Debut Album

“Wûtas” (pronounced “wuotas”) is an Alemannic word denoting the Wild Hunt. (Alemannic is either a group of discrete languages or a group of dialects, depending on which school of linguistics is your favorite, spoken mainly in southern Germany, Austria, parts … Continue reading

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Whirligig’s First Frost

First a word of warning. This is not the only group named Whirligig. There is at least one more recording group of that name. This Whirligig is a four-piece band with Steve Lawrence on assorted instruments, including stringed ones, pipes … Continue reading

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Sequentia and Dialogos’ Chant Wars

Sequentia, led by Benjamin Bagby, has been performing Medieval music for close to thirty years. Dialogos, led by Katarina Livljanic, has only been around ten years, but has earned considerable esteem among Medieval music afficionados during that time. These two groups … Continue reading

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Medieval Baebes’ Worldes Blysse

Ian Walden wrote this review which ran, I think, on Roots and Branches. Cover art for “Worldes Blysse”I couldn’t get this CD at recent Medieval Baebes concerts I attended – apparently because sales at the concert don’t count towards their … Continue reading

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