[Hou-announce] iBards - downloads from Bardic artisans
hillaryrg at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 21 11:23:06 PST 2011
Forwarded from another list, some maybe interested.
Something of note from Marion of Heatherdale, the folks of the
Ealdormere Bardic College and more.
Check it out: http://ibards. org/index. php
Welcome to iBards, your new online resource for bardic recordings!
Bards have held a place of honour throughout history as musicians,
entertainers, storytellers, and news-bringers. Here at iBards, I use
the term "Bardic" to describe any song, poem or tale that seeks to
tie in with that ancient tradition. Here you will discover some
modern-day bardic artists who are creating or perpetuating works that
reinforce the ideals of the Roman era, Dark Ages, Medieval era, and
Renaissance. If you are a bardic artist and would like to become
involved with the iBards project, I look forward to hearing from you
("contact us" link is at top right).
So please browse our growing catalog of recordings, and thank you for
supporting these independent artists!
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