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I recommend this CD to all lovers of medieval-style music, as well as lovers of the Eddic poems in particular.
With eager and well pursued scholarship, they have attempted to recreate a lost musical experience, down to the archaic pronunciation of the Old Icelandic.
I'm currently studying Icelandic and this music has provided great inspiration to keep working on a very complex language!
the cd cover is vary cool but the music was kinda a little church,y fide not as good as the yggdrasilPublished 6 months ago by Tanya Gibson
This CD came to my home at the speed of light! Delivery was so fast!
But to the music! The music is wonderful--and the best part, in my opinion--is that there's a... Read more
This music is medieval in itself - it helps me really imagine what it was like back then, the instruments even have an ancient sound to them - also part way through track 7 (at... Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Tania Poole
I heard this concert in Seattle a few years ago and loved it. I'm currently studying Icelandic and this music has provided great inspiration to keep working on a very complex... Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by Rich Hill, Seattle
I won't comment on the authenticity of the style of singing on this album; fortunately a lot of other folks have already done that, all of whom are probably much more knowledgeable... Read morePublished on August 31, 2012 by The valkyrie Mist
Stunningly beautiful and utterly haunting. This music has quickly rivalled the Anonymous 4 CDs as "most played" on my iPod, and I can't give a higher complement than that. Read morePublished on June 4, 2010 by Amazon Customer
First, I think this is a great collection of music. It captures the mystery and lure of the Norse Myths in a way which is otherwise unheard of with the possible exception of... Read morePublished on July 28, 2008 by Christopher R. Travers
I was looking for the early sounds of Iceland. My mother's family goes back to Ingolfur Arnarson the first settler of Iceland whose farm site later rose as the capital city,... Read morePublished on March 11, 2008 by Jo Packer