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Courtly poetry of the 13th century

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Courtly poetry of the 13th century

 

A simple splendor lies on the courtly poetry of the 13th century. In these songs, personalities speak across centuries, fascinatingly tangible and contrasting.

Mr. Walther is questioning a stalk,

a poet turns the world upside down,

Rural dance class with Neidhart,

News from Eschenbach,

Tannhäuser grins to himself

and King Alfonso hoards Marian hymns….

The character of this music is as multi-layered as its former purpose: musing, tartly cheerful, minnish, oriental-foreign, graceful to dance-like.

 

The claim to record all pieces live resulted in a very natural reinterpretation of probably the earliest self-testimonies of occidental identity.

 

Contributors:

Karsten Wolfewicz

Max Hoenow

Lorena Wolfewicz

 

Instrumentation:

Crotta

Citôle

Exaquier

Harp

Bells

Huelzern laughter

Shawm, hurdy-gurdy

Recorder

Drums

Bones

Bagpipes

Porative

Busine

Jew’s harp

Tenorfidel

Diamond Fiddle

Bohemian wing

Song

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Weight 0,12 kg

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