[Bards] CDs

Lou Burgin lburgin at gt.rr.com
Sat Sep 15 19:03:47 PDT 2007

Ok I will put in some of my favorites also.  Ken and Lisa Theriot, AKA Sir Kenneth Mac Quarry of Toblemory and Mistress Adelaide du Beaumont.  http://www.ravenboymusic.com/ There music is great and they have a couple of other musicians on the same site. 
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Gerald of Leesville 
  To: 'Ansteorran Bardic list' 
  Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 5:58 PM
  Subject: Re: [Bards] CDs

  Good selection, Will.

  Another couple of people/groups

  The Bard O'Neal / Diane Linn ( http://www.dianethebard.com/)
  The Bedlam Bards (http://www.bedlambards.com/)
  The Corsairs (http://www.corsairs.com/)

  In service to the dream with a song in my heart, I am,
  HL Gerald of Leesville
  A bard of Stargate 

  From: bards-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org [mailto:bards-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org] On Behalf Of William Meriic
  Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 5:33 PM
  To: 'Ansteorran Bardic list'
  Subject: Re: [Bards] CDs

  I have to agree; Heather Dale is a must-have for anyone.  http://heatherdale.com  She has many CDs.  In addition to her SCA folk CD, she has two which tell the Arthurian Legends.  She recently released another one that encompasses songs inspired by the cultures found on the Road to Santiago, the famous pilgrimage.


  I would also highly recommend Cantiga: http://www.cantigamusic.com.  I cannot begin to describe them.  If you do nothing else with this email listen to one of the songs on their site.




  Master Hector of the Black Height (SCA Ealdormere)

  Emmer Nic Aiden (SCA Ealdormere)

  Master Garread (Tim Jennings - SCA Ealdormere)



  Early Music:

  The Baltimore Consort: http://www.baltcons.com/

  Istanpitta (SCA): http://www.istanpitta.com/

  Joe Jewell: http://www.featherstonemusic.com/

  Psalteria:  http://psalteria.cz

  BraAgas: http://www.braagas.com/

  Euphorica: http://www.euphorica.cz/       

  Owain Phyfe: http://www.nightwatchrecording.com/owain.htm 

  -          http://cdbaby.com/found?allsearch=Phyfe&submit=search

  The New world renaissance band:

  -          http://cdbaby.com/found?allsearch=The+New+world+renaissance+band&submit=search

  The Reelies/Erika Lieberman/Mince Pie

  Bells & Motley Consort




  The Cottars: http://www.thecottars.com/

  Empty Hats: http://emptyhats.com

  Neidfyre: http://www.neidfyre.com/




  Lark Song: http://www.larksongsings.com/        





  Merry Mischief: http://www.merrymischief.net/

  Jim Hancock: http://www.jimhancock.com

  Celticopia: http://cdbaby.com/cd/celticopia

  The Merry Wives of Windsor: http://mwow.net/



  Dulcimer Quartet:

  NightinGael: http://www.nightingael.net/



  Period Inspired:

  Mediaevel Baebes: http://mediaevalbaebes.com/  

  Loreena McKennit: http://www.quinlanroad.com/

  Chip Davis: http://www.amgram.com/

  Blackmore's Night: http://www.blackmoresnight.com/

  Martine Lund Hoel: http://www.hardingfiddler.com/eng/index.htm



  Sorry I don't have much to offer on the subject.  If you have any particular questions or interests in any of the above, please feel free to email me or track me down at an event (where I can play any song by any of the above groups in which you are interested - thanks to my iPod).  I hope others will chime in with their preferences.  I am always looking to broaden my interests.


  Will Meriic



  From: bards-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org [mailto:bards-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org] On Behalf Of Esther
  Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 4:16 PM
  To: Ansteorran Bardic list
  Subject: [Bards] CDs


  Hi, everyone!

  I'd like to get recommendations from everyone, about CDs, SCA, period, filk, folk, that you would recommend, and how to get them, if you know.

  I'll start with some obvious suspects:

  Heather Dale, Call the Names
  Serious Steel, Joe Bethancourt, Leslie Fish

  For not SCA specific or period specific, but certainly worth knowing for a rollicing open bardic, drive time, and general happiness:

  Golden Bough
  Silly Wizard
  Steeleye Span
  Stan Rogers

  Esther, who is rapidly turning into Emma



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