Medieval inspirated contemporary music

Created by EnrixosfromParis on 11 Mar 2018 | Last edited by EnrixosfromParis on 13 Apr 2018

New creations inspired by the middle age universe
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This collection is opened for song suggestions, and its aim is to be of use for everybody.
This project is the result of collective work (still having to be done), by all the members that
suggested songs in comments, in addition to the one i knew. I thank you all in advance for
your precious help, and suggestions and would be really glad if this is of help to anyone Regular smile

Artist | France Rock

French artist, playing and composing sometimes in his own medevial like language middle age inspirated music

Artist | United States

According to Wikipédia:
Owain Phyfe (1949-2012) was a vocalist, instrumentalist, composer, and the founder of
Nightwatch Recording, which concentrates on Renaissance and Medieval music.

According to mediaevalbaebes.com
Sourcing lyrics from mediaeval and romantic texts and setting them to original scores using mediaeval
and folk instruments, whilst singing in an impressive array of obscure and ancient languages,
the Baebes offered a beguiling musical beauty and outstanding talent...

4. Qntal

According to Wikipédia:
Qntal is a German "electro-medieval" band The band's lyrics are primarily drawn from historical sources.
Throughout their first three albums, lyrics were primarily in Latin, medieval German,
Galician-Portuguese and a few other European tongues.

5. Era

According to Wikipédia:
Era (styled as +eRa+, acronym for “Enminential Rythmn of the Ancestors”) is a New-Age music[1]
project by French composer Eric Lévi. They use lyrics (by Guy Protheroe) which, although similar to
Greek or Latin, are, in fact, deliberately devoid of any exact meaning. Musically, the project blends
Gregorian chants with modern elements and genres, especially rock, pop and electronic music

Top 3 songs:  Ameno The Mass Enae volare
Comments
SaintMark    Sun, 11/03/2018 - 19:29

many songs of Owain Phyfe
every song of any german medieval folklore band