In a village in the south of Sweden lives musician and storyteller Anna Rynefors, who – among other projects – forms half of the medieval music duo Falsobordone.
Now you are cordially invited to join her on a musical journey to 13th century Spain – a journey which takes the form of a series of eight songs from the 13th century manuscript Cantigas de Santa Maria (Songs of the holy Mary). A manuscript of songs whereof some may well have been written by a king; Alfonso X El Sabio (the learned).
Join Anna as she tells the marvelous stories of medieval miracles; of talking animals, of flying furniture, of springs springing forth from the ground – in short it’s a magical time when anything may happen – and as she sings and plays the songs on instruments used in the middle ages. Get to know the stories, enjoy the music, and experience the middle ages in a new way.
And if you perchance play medieval music yourself, or wish to start doing so, Anna, who has performed this kind of music for over twenty years, will share some of the secrets of her trade with you. To be clear this will just be some pointers on how the songs might be played, nothing very thorough.
Place: Wherever you wish! (and have internet access)
Time: Every Tuesday from the 27th of April 2021 and eight weeks onwards, and whenever you want to after that. You’ll recieve an email every Tuesday with information on how to access that week’s cantiga.
Price: 200 SEK.
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The series is available in Swedish as well! That one starts on the 25th of April.