The ensemble’s main goal is professional and historically accurate music performance. Musicians use faithful copies of medieval musical instruments such as tenor and alto vielles, gittern, frame drum, hurdy-gurdy and medieval recorder and perform in outfits based on the ones depicted in Medieval iconography. Apart from early music performance, members of the ensemble are passionate Medieval reenactors.
The ensemble’s repertoire amounts to over a dozen folk and religious European historical compositions (vocal – instrumental pieces – always sung in their respective original languages, instrumental pieces and dances)
Their performances are often coupled with professional Medieval dance courses for the audience.
tenor vielle, vocal
lead vocal, alto vielle
flute, b. vocal
frame drumm, tamburyn, b. vocal
Hurdy gurdy, b. vocal
Live Medieval music performance with instruments’ presentation and a lecture about their history, origin and the contents of performed compositions.