Biography

Adaro was a German medieval folk rock band active from 1997 to 2006.

Their first CD, Stella Splendens, was based mainly on Spanish songs from the 13th and 14th century. The later works incorporated late medieval songs from the Minnesang tradition by artists such as Hans Sachs, Walther von der Vogelweide and Oswald von Wolkenstein.

[edit] Discography

* 1997: Stella Splendens (Akku Disk)
* 1999: Words never spoken (Akku Disk)
* 2002: Minnenspiel (SPV)
* 2004: Schlaraffenland (Inside Out)
* 2004: Words never spoken - Extended Edition (Inside Out)
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Adaro
Genre(s) Medieval folk rock
Years active 1997–2006
Members
Christoph Pelgen, Konstanze Kulinsky, Jürgen Treyz, Henrik Mumm, Jörg Bielfeldt

The first three members played also together in the band La Marmotte with the focus on Breton folk dance (Jürgen Treyz left that band in the meanwhile also).

Similar to:

In Extremo, Schandmaul, Saltatio Mortis, Corvus Corax, Subway To Sally, Blackmore’s Night

Edited by joehni on 22 Jul 2014, 09:16

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