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GUEST,Tim Tune req: Saltarello - Medieval dance/folk (56* d) RE: Tune req: Saltarello - Medieval dance/folk 04 Apr 11

Who cares?

Medieval as many of bands tunes are from the medieval period. Saltarello, Saderalladon, Veris Dulcis, Pacel Aqua, Palästinalied, amongst other songs; hence why I call it medieval.

You don't have evidence what real medieval music sounded like; as soon as you know get back to me. How are they dumbing down the music; they get many lyrics from carmina burana; and I dont think you seen Corvus Corax, as far as I can recall they havn't played in UK; but in France,
Netherlands. Germany, USA, China; I dont agree they are dumbing it down; on their DVD; they have appealed to metal fans, folk fans, medieval fans, rock fans; music deserves to belong outside the battle fields; and away from Ren-fair as people will argue they seen it before. Who cares if they have costumes? Don't you see costumes at ren-fairs and such like? I rest my case there! Real thing my beep; you have to be different; why do you think Clannad, Capercaillie, Mary Jane Lamond, Runrig are popular nowadays? Yes they changed their styles; has it affected the Chieftains, has it affected Capercaillie; has it affected Paul Mounsey; or gaelic singers such as Karen Matheson, Christine Primrose? No it hasn't! People are stuck with the past and believe anyone who does celtic music have to do it like traditional all the time; or any medieval performer have to perform it in ren-fairs that if they do it across the world; they are breaking tradition. Didn't the minstrels travel; just like the bards did? Music can reach anyone,; no matter how they do their music; who cares if they do it different as long as they are doing well; and fans get a good vibe is much more important I feel.

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