Efenwealt Wystle
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Music inspired by my life in the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), Celtic folk, Filk, and medieval history. Funny, thought provoking, childish, and beauti
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Peak position #14 1
A little something for D&D gamers.
Peak position #13
A song about Ragnarok - the Norse version of Armageddon. Many people have said it sounds rather 'Jethro Tull'. I'd love to hear a heavy metal band do a cover.
Peak position #11 1
Some nonsense that fell out of my head one afternoon. A half dozen cliches about Norse culture set to music.
Peak position #24 1
This is an new recording of this anonymous trouvere song circa 1200. Translation by me.
Peak position #9 1
I wrote this silly ballad about my friend Mikhail Kazimirovitch Pomeshanov. So the guy snores a little. Give 'im a break. He's a nice enough fellow.
Peak position #95 4
I wrote this little love song many years ago for an Atlantian Royal Bard competition. It has since become infinitely more popular than I could have ever imagined. I offer it to you to download for free.
Peak position #24
This tune was first collected around 1250 in the Cantigas de Santa Maria manuscript comissioned by King Alphonse X of Spain. Though the tune and lyrics are very old, this arrangement is rather techno.
Peak in sub-genre #23
Imagine the 16th century broadside balled 'Greensleeves' as performed by 'Death Tongue' with Bill the Cat on lead electric tongue, Opus on Tuba, and special guest vocalist Elmer Fudd.
Peak position #40
If the B-52s sang about Harry Potter, it might sound like this.
Peak position #76 1
Imagine walking through the woods and you think you're being watched by faeries...
Peak in sub-genre #52 2
A blusey-rock sounding thing about a ficitious trip to an SCA event that many SCAdians will likely find familiar.
Peak in sub-genre #74
A little ditty about 7 gentlemen for whom I have only the deepest admiration and respect.
Peak position #13
The title says it all.
Peak position #30 1
There she was, just a walking down the street...
Peak position #36
This is a trouvere song from around 1200. My english transliteration is based on a literal translation found in an old copy of the Historical Anthology of Music. I tried to keep the same rhyme and meter of the original
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