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Babes of the Ages

If you like medieval music with a bit of toe-tapping, and interesting combinations of languages archaic and middle-aged, then this is for you. Some minstrelsy, some dance music, some harmony-singing. I suspect that the voices will be too sugary for some listeners who like their folk with an edge, but I think the reward is in lovely harmonising. Try "Kilmeny": if it's too sweet for you, move on. If not, listen to "Musa Venit Carmine" to get the toes working. Everyone will be drawn to "Scarborough Fayre", and few will be surprised: a good version, but there are better songs on the album. For instance, try "Mark Hure Var Skugga" (is this a Viking song?) for something both familiar and distant. One to avoid: "Lhiannon Shee", which is unfortunately right in the middle of the songlist: I thought it was pretentious, and definitely not very mediaeval! And I could take or leave the final song "Away", very much a dirge. On the other hand, "Umlahl", is a capella in the best mediaeval tradition. I was reminded of 70s-80s groups like Magna Carta and ...Blondell (but with fem.), for those whose music collections reaach as far back as that.

Mirabilis, Mediaeval Baebes
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