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Mediaeval Baebes
Worldes Blysse

All Turns To Yesterday
Love Me Broughte
Ecci Mundi Gaudium
Why Thy Turuf Is Thy Tour
Erthe Upon Erthe
Passing Thus Alone
La Volta
Swete Sone
So Spricht Das Leben
C'est La Fin
How Death Comes

Who knew that English music from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries could be totally hot? From their debut CD "Salva Nos," these dozen beautiful, young, costume-loving Baebes have been kicking butt, selling CDs and taking names on the classical charts. Their repertoire on "Worldes," and on the previous 4 very successful, excellent recordings features 13th through 15th century poetry set to original compositions by Katherine Blake and other group members, and some accompaniment (drums, piccolo, recorders, zither, dulcimer etc.). Before we forget, the full-color liner notes have wonderful photos and complement the entrancing music. 16 songs, some favorites are the round "Kimberly," the sweet "All Turns to Yesterday," the spirited, upbeat "Ecci Mundi Gaudium," the hypnotic "Waylaway," the harmonic gem "Alba," the rhythmic "Erthe Upon Erthe," "Pearl," the haunting "Swete Sone" and "C'est La Fin," and the bizarre, surrealistic "How Death Comes." The Baebes are hot, to look at and to listen to-and "Worldes Blysse" is their best recording yet!

Item code: 7789C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Female | England

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