#1
Excuse the overly alliterative title.

I'm doing a project for school about medieval music, and I would like to use audio to enhance it. So I'm looking for modern musicians who play medieval-type music.

I'm mainly focusing on lutes and panpipes in my presentation, but just about any type of medieval-era music would suffice.

I have a few songs by Mannheim Steamroller that sound medieval-y, so I'll probably use those, among others. And I could probably use the intro to "Sea Ghost" by the Unicorns, since there is a panpipe played at the beginning. (At least, it sounds like a panpipe.)

If anyone has any recommendations - preferrably things that are relatively easy to find on, say, Limewire - please fire away.
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#2
Go ask in the metal forum.

Right of the bat, I can tell you Nazgul might have some stuff you're looking for.
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#4
^ Thats just what i was about to say.... Definatly Blackmores night..... Check out the "World Music" section in your local cd store perhaps... Broaden your horisons child!
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#5
Yeah...just go type in pappipe or some instrument in the genre slot or whatever on Limewire. That's where I get all my bagpipe music.
#6
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#10
Blackmores Night... tell me more about them.
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is it fitting for a medieval musician to have bullets in every square foot of their body?
#14
Blackmore's Night is a project from the guitarist Richie Blackmore. He has lots of medievil influence and is cooool.
#15
check out

corvus corax
http://youtube.com/watch?v=3QWS1xUkUaA

Machaut:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=ntSZMPI4qIQ

Subway to Sally (german medieval rock/metal):
http://youtube.com/watch?v=CoGplB_LJYs

Saurom (spanish medieval metal):
http://youtube.com/watch?v=muvHEjuPBG0

Mago de Oz (spanish celtic metal ):
http://youtube.com/watch?v=amHsAm1TXFk

Saltatio Mortis:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=p9oqASlDbr0

Tuatha de Danann (Brazilian celtic metal):
http://youtube.com/watch?v=NM_YwsIFXaQ

Helium Vola (electro medieval):
http://youtube.com/watch?v=DyJjOaJ0VzI

Faun
http://youtube.com/watch?v=1u3gkphsvtw

those are the mainly medieval...i could post a bunch of my favorite folk metal bands but i'm too lazy
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Last edited by blues-guitarist at Sep 22, 2007,
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is it fitting for a medieval musician to have bullets in every square foot of their body?



yes,so he can announce that it was "just a flesh wound"
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#20
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yes,so he can announce that it was "just a flesh wound"

Bahaha.

For the record, I'm using the clip from Monty Python and the Holy Grail where the minstrel sings the "Brave Sir Robbin" song.
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#22
rhapsody count?
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#23
wiki folk, celtic or pagan metal if you want more bands
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