Category Archives: Early World Music

Recording the last bits and pieces

Parts of the new album “Crosswork” by Via Artis Konsort were recorded in San Esteban de la Sierra (Spain) in the beginning of June 2011       

Quen a Virgen – video

Share Cantiga CSM 103 “Quen a Virgen ben servirá” from “Cantigas de Santa María, Spain, XIII century, performed by the early music ensemble Via Artis Konsort.             Recorded at Græsted Church, Denmark and filmed “on location” at the Monastery of Leyre, Spain. HD vertsion.You’re welcome to share the video.

Ensemble Playing (Danish)

We’re working on a translation. Please come back later

So what is this Early World Music thing..

You might have heard musicians talk about “early world music” referring to groups like Constantinople or instrumentalist like Ross Daly. But is there an exact definition of this particular musical trend and why should you, as an early music enthusiast or a world music lover, be interested? Please listen to a beautiful Swedish ‘folkkoral’, Du […]