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Kalenda Maya


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A quintet of Medieval Norse Musicians. Kalenda Maya consists of Sidsel Brevig (fiddles), Tone Hulbækmo (voice, harp, lyre), Hans Fredrik Jacobsen (arab lutes, flutes, bagpipe, kantele, lyre), Sverre Jansen (psaltery, mandora, hurdy-gurdy, Norwegian dulcimer), Gilles Obermayer (percussion).


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  • czarna_divoka

    Очень холодно и местами потусторонне звучащий аутентичный фолк. Lita Karin - вымораживает похлеще неофолкеров многих современных.

    16 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Lanny_Barbi


    30 Dec 2011 Reply
  • elfruna

    I'm confused.. so how many Kalenda Maya's are there? I've all the albums of Norwegians, but i also know a song called Hanapachaq Kusiquinin (or something like that) which is superb! but I can not find whom it belongs to.. and on what album it is

    12 Sep 2011 Reply
  • missynaesthesia


    27 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Thorleifr

    "Peder og liten Kirsten" is just perfect!

    4 Apr 2009 Reply
  • mendezcw

    Kalenda Maya ....

    21 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Hklti36Fljf

    Norse Ballads is awesome

    23 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Selvetarm

    well... if you want to know how the Colombian one sounds like, just try here.

    21 Oct 2008 Reply
  • Luuttuaja

    The track "Dance Forever" sounds like 1980s hair metal and new wave, not early music at all.

    13 Jul 2008 Reply
  • Epitymbidia

    There are at least three different groups/ensembles called "Kalenda Maya", the one from Norway which released three albums ("Kalenda Maya - Medieval and Renaissance Music", "Norse Ballads" and "Pilegrimsreiser"), an ensemble from Italy interpreting Italian and Spanish renaissance music, and, as it seems, one group from Colombia...

    24 Jun 2008 Reply
  • Selvetarm

    aren't they from Colombia?... i get something called "Ayo Visto lo Mappamundi"... and it says they are from Popayan - Colombia... but i don't know if it is the same group...

    22 May 2008 Reply
  • morthvargr

    One of my favourites along with Corona Borealis. Fantastic stuff.

    13 May 2007 Reply

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