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    Schandmaul, German medieval folk rock:

    SCHANDMAUL - Euch zum Geleit ...


    Faun, medieval/pagan folk:

    FAUN - Federkleid


    Omnia, neoceltic pagan folk:

    OMNIA (Official) - I don't speak Human


    Saltatio Mortis, German medieval metal group:

    SALTATIO MORTIS - Hochzeitstanz


    Another medieval metal group:

    SCHELMISH: Rabenballade


    Andyra, Austrian medieval fantasy folk-rock:

    Andyra - Warten


    Lumsk is a folk metal group from Norway:

    Lumsk - Trolltind


    Era, a new age group with medieval influences:

    ERA - Ameno


    Another new age group, Gregorian chant. Originally Gregorian chant had a significant impact on the development of medieval and Renaissance music.

    Gregorian - World Without End


    This is a Latvian neo-medieval band:

    OBSCURUS ORBIS - Kost Ar C'hoat

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    Medieval Swedish Music

    Garmarna - Herr Mannelig

    This is a Medieval legend about a Christian knight who was wanted to marriage a Troll. However the knight refuse this offer. The speciality of this song, that the singer Emma Hörderin (who sing in the Triakel too) pronounce the word like as in the Medieval.

    Garmarna - Herr Mannelig


    Garmarna - Herr Mannelig

    Bittida en morgon innan solen upprann
    Innan foglarna började sjunga
    Bergatrollet friade till fager ungersven
    Hon hade en falskeliger tunga

    : Herr Mannelig herr Mannelig trolofven i mig
    För det jag bjuder så gerna
    I kunnen väl svara endast ja eller nej
    Om i viljen eller ej:

    Eder vill jag gifva de gångare tolf
    Som gå uti rosendelunde
    Aldrig har det varit någon sadel uppå dem
    Ej heller betsel uti munnen

    Eder vill jag gifva de qvarnarna tolf
    Som stå mellan Tillö och Ternö
    Stenarna de äro af rödaste gull
    Och hjulen silfverbeslagna

    Eder vill jag gifva ett förgyllande svärd
    Som klingar utaf femton guldringar
    Och strida huru I strida vill
    Stridsplatsen skolen i väl vinna

    Eder vill jag gifva en skjorta så ny
    Den bästa I lysten att slita
    Inte är hon sömnad av nål eller trå
    Men virkat av silket det hvita

    Sådana gåfvor toge jag väl emot
    Om du vore en kristelig qvinna
    Men nu så är du det värsta bergatroll
    Af Neckens och djävulens stämma

    Bergatrollet ut på dörren sprang
    Hon rister och jämrar sig svåra
    Hade jag fått den fager ungersven
    Så hade jag mistat min plåga

    Herr Mannelig herr Mannelig trolofven i mig
    För det jag bjuder så gerna
    I kunnen väl svara endast ja eller nej
    Om i viljen eller ej



    The English version:

    Sir Mannelig

    Early one morning before the sun did rise
    And the birds sang their sweet song
    The mountain troll proposed to the fair squire
    She had a false deceitful tongue

    Sir Mannelig, Sir Mannelig won't you marry me
    For all that I'll gladly give you
    You may answer only yes or no
    Will you do so or no

    To you I will give the twelve great steeds
    That graze in a shady grove
    Never has a saddle been mounted on their backs
    Nor had a bit in their mouths

    To you I will give the twelve fine mills
    That stand between Tillo and Terno
    The mill stones are made of the reddest brass
    And the wheels are silver-laden

    To you I will give the gilded sword
    That jingles from fifteen gold rings
    And strike with it in battle as you will
    On the battlefield you will conquer

    To you I will give a brand new shirt
    The lustrous best for to wear
    It is not sewn with needle or thread
    But crocheted of the whitest silk

    Gifts such as these I would gladly receive
    If you were a Christian woman
    But I know you are the worst mountain troll
    From the spawn of Necken* and the devil

    The mountain troll ran out the door
    She wailed and she shrieked so loudly
    "Had I gotten that handsome squire
    From my torment I would be free now"

    Sir Mannelig, Sir Mannelig won't you marry me
    For all that I'll gladly give you
    You may answer only yes or no
    Will you do so or no

    *Necken means the Water Spirit

    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
    /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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    Medieval Church Music

    Cantiga 166, Como poden per sas culpas. This Cantiga (Medieval Old Portugese/Old Spanish religious songs) is about a sinfull man who the God punished, because he has lived sinfull life. The man prays to the Holy Mary and he promises that he will go to the sacred place of Holy Mary. When the man arrived that sacred place, he is again healthy.

    Cantiga 166 - Como poden per sas culpas



    Como póden per sas culpas | os ómes seer contreitos,
    assí póden pela Virgen | depois seer sãos feitos.

    Stanza I


    Ond' avẽo a un óme, | por pecados que fezéra,
    que foi tolleito dos nembros | dũa door que ouvéra,
    e durou assí cinc' anos | que mover-se non podéra,
    assí avía os nembros | todos do córpo maltreitos.
    Como póden per sas culpas | os ómes seer contreitos...

    Stanza II


    Con esta enfermidade | atán grande que avía
    prometeu que, se guarisse, | a Salas lógo iría
    e ũa livra de cera | cad' ano ll' oferería;
    e atán tóste foi são, | que non ouv' i outros preitos.
    Como póden per sas culpas | os ómes seer contreitos...

    Stanza III


    E foi-se lógo a Salas, | que sól non tardou nïente,
    e levou sigo a livra | da cera de bõa mente;
    e ía mui lédo, como | quen se sen nïún mal sente,
    pero tan gran temp' ouvéra | os pés d' andar desafeitos.
    Como póden per sas culpas | os ómes seer contreitos...

    Stanza IV


    Daquest' a Santa María | déron graças e loores,
    porque livra os doentes | de maes e de doores
    e demais está rogando | sempre por nós pecadores;
    e porên devemos todos | sempre seer séus sogeitos.
    Como póden per sas culpas | os ómes seer contreitos...

    Englsih summary:

    Because of his sins, a man suffered an illness that twisted his limbs and left him crippled.

    He stayed that way for five years.

    He vowed that if he were cured he would take a quantity [a libra] of wax to Salas every year.

    He was immediately cured.

    Without delay, he went to Salas with the wax. Although he had not walked for a long time, he was nimble and felt no pain.

    They thanked and praised Mary for the miracle.



    Byzantine chant - Εγκώμια Αγίας και Μεγάλης Παρασκευής

    "The famous byzantine Lamentations of the Tomb of Christ, sung during the Matins of Holy and Great Saturday (Holy Friday evening). The official name of the hymns is "Εγκώμια", which is greek and means "Praises". The Praises (although considered being hymns of lament) are chanted in Plagal 1st and 3rd Tones, which are actually used for chants intended for triumphant occasions. On this performance parts of all three Staseis of the Praise are chanted. Note that in the beginning of each part, the second verse is chanted in arabic.
    Title: "Εγκώμια - Α' Στάσις / Β' Στάσις / Γ' Στάσις" (Praises - 1st / 2nd / 3rd Stasis)
    Service: Holy and Great Saturday Matins
    Performers: Greek Byzantine Choir"

    The songtext is from the Book of Lamentation by Jeremiah. Interestingly not one but two verse is in arabic. When we hear the arabic words, think it that the Arab is closely Jesus' language, the Aramian what spoke the Jews in that time. The Hebrew was an extinct religious language.

    Byzantine chant - Εγκώμια Αγίας και Μεγάλης Παρασκευής




    Codex Calixtinus - Dum Pater Familias

    "Medieval chant from Codex Calixtinus.
    Title: Hymnus Peregrinorum - "Dum Pater Familias"
    Service: Missa Sancti Iacobi
    Performers: Ensemble Organum, Director: Marcel Peres
    Album: "Compostella - Ad Vesperas Sancti Iacobi : Codex Calixtinus XIIe siècle""

    This song has sung in the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostella about Holy Jacob.

    Codex Calixtinus - Dum Pater Familias


    Codex Calixtinus - Dum Pater Familias

    Dum pater familias
    Rex universorum
    Donaret provincias
    Ius apostolorum
    Jacobus Yspanias
    Lux illustrat morum.


    Primus ex apostolis
    Martir Jerosolimis
    Jacobus egregio
    Sacer est martyrio


    Jacobi Gallecia
    Opem rogat piam
    Plebe cuius gloria
    Dat insignem viam
    Ut precum frequentia
    Cantet melodiam:


    "Herru Sanctiagu
    Grot Sanctiagu
    E ultreya e suseya
    Deus aia nos"


    Primus ex apostolis . . .


    Jacobo dat parium
    Omnis mundus gratis
    Ob cuius remedium
    Miles pietatis
    Cunctorum presidium
    Est ad vota satis.


    Primus ex apostolis . . .


    Jacobum miraculis
    Que fiunt per illum
    Arctis in periculis
    Acclamet ad illum
    Quiquis solvi vinculis
    Sperat propter illum.


    Primus ex apostolis . . .


    O beate Jacobe
    Virtus nostra vere
    Nobis hostes remove
    Tuos ac tuere
    Ac devotos adibe
    Nos tibi placere.


    Primus ex apostolis . . .


    Jacobe propicio
    Veniam speremus
    Et quas ex obsequio
    Merito debemus
    Patri tam eximio
    Dignas laudes demus.


    Primus ex apolstolis . . .

    In English:

    While the family king of the Universe would give the provinces The right of the Apostles James Yspanias The light illuminates character. The first of the apostles March in Jerusalem James, the distinguished It is sacred martyrdom James Gallecia Asks for help on any People whose glory Gives a way As the frequency of requests Sing a melody; "Herre Sanctiagu being Sanctiagu E ultreya of suseya God we Ajah " The first of the apostles. . . James gives equal All the world for free Out of the remedy Miles of protection of all Is enough for the prayers. The first of the apostles. . . James wonders Done by him Bears in danger To acclaim him Who break He hopes for him. The first of the apostles. . . O Blessed James Our strength is We remove the And protect your I'll up and devoted to We please. The first of the apostles. . . s help, James I hope And the submission of With good reason we should Father most notable Let us give due praise. The first of the apostles. . .



    Divna Ljubojević - Slavoslovije - Hristos Anesti

    This means "Christus has risen!"

    Divna Ljubojević - Slavoslovije - Hristos Anesti


    Χριστὸς ἀνέστη

    Χριστὸς ἀνέστη ἐκ νεκρῶν
    θανάτῳ θάνατον πατήσας
    καὶ τοῖς ἐν τοῖς μνήμασι
    ζωὴν χαρισάμενος.

    In English:

    Christ is risen

    Christ is risen
    from the dead,
    having beaten Death by [his own] death
    and having given the gift of life to those in the graves.



    Divna Ljubojević - Kyrie Eleison

    This means "My Lord, be mercyful!"

    Divna Ljubojevic - Kyrie Eleison

    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
    /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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    Christian Music

    Arabic chant with Greek verse about Christ's arisen. Do not forget tthat the Arabic is so close to the Aramian what was the language of the Jewish people, the Hebrew was an extinct, religious language in the 1th century CE.

    Jesus is Risen song ترنيمة: المسيح قام




    This Icon is one of the most oldest picture about Christus. It is from the 6th century from the Sinai, the Saint Catherine's Monastery.

    The choir of the holy Monastery of Vatopaidi Mount Athos - The Christ is risen(ふっかつさい)




    The old Roman chants were yet so similar to the Orthodoxian chants.

    Old Roman chant - Terra Tremuit




    Old Roman chant - Tecum Principium




    The Orthodox Russian chants are very similar to the Greek/Byzantine chants, but they have a "Russian taste".

    Russian chant - На реках Вавилонских

    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
    /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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    Neo-Maediaeval Music

    This is the fameous French movie series with Jean Reno and Christian Clavier. This is the main theme.

    Enae Volare - ERA - Éric Lévi

    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
    /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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    Corvus Corax - Dulcissima

    The man with black hat and waistcoat, moustache and eyeglasses and white clothing is a típical Hungarian farmer. His instrument is the Ütőgardon (Drumming-Cello).



    Corvus Corax - Dulcissima

    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
    /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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    Vangelis - Conquest of Paradise


    "Remember that, even when those who move you be kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, "But I was told by others to do thus,"or that virtue "was not convenient at the time." This will not suffice."
    /King Baldwin IV in the Kingdom of Heaven/

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