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All Music Guide - Tim Sheridan
What the Benedictine Monks did for chant, these group of vocal "honeys" hope to do for the secular songs of the Middle Sges. While the work here is adequate, the Anonymous 4 have kept this music alive with a much greater sense of musicality for many years. This is a more pop-oriented approach to this vocal canon.
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All Music Guide - Tim Sheridan
What the Benedictine Monks did for chant, these group of vocal "honeys" hope to do for the secular songs of the Middle Sges. While the work here is adequate, the Anonymous 4 have kept this music alive with a much greater sense of musicality for many years. This is a more pop-oriented approach to this vocal canon.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/11/2000
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • UPC: 067003014120
  • Catalog Number: 30141

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Mediæval Bæbes Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Dorothy Carter Dulcimer, Tambourine, Hurdy-Gurdy
Katharine Blake Recorder, Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Nichole Sleet Tambourine
Rachel Van Asch Drums, Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Ruth Galloway Drums, Recorder, Choir, Chorus
Audrey Evans Stick, Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Marie Findley Choir, Chorus
Karen Lupton Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Matthew Fisher Producer
Dorothy Carter Arranger
Katharine Blake Arranger, Director, Music Direction
Declan Colgan Producer
Toby Wood Engineer, Remixing, Engineering
Thomas Alexander Lacey translation, Text Translation
Jeremy White translation, Text Translation
Geoffrey Chaucer Cover Art
Teresa Casella Contributor
Hurdy Gurdy Engineer
Carmen Schneider Contributor
Nichole Sleet Contributor
Ruth Galloway Arranger
Audrey Evans Arranger
Cylindra Sapphire Contributor
Nicole Frobusch Contributor
Nóirín Ní Riain Text Translation
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Out of the Mouths of......

    In a word, beautiful. The Mediaeval Baebes are 12 women who present here songs from the 12th through 16th centuries, with arrangements largely by Katherine Blake, their music director. Spare but effective instrumentation is used on four tracks, but the bulk of the disc is formed by the luscious voices and harmonies of the ladies. Katherine Blake has solo vocals on ¿An Adult Lullaby¿ (listed as the earliest known lullaby, from the 14th century, and one of the most haunting pieces I¿ve heard in some time), the title track, ¿Verbum Caro,¿ and ¿Miri It Is.¿ Blake also plays recorders, fellow Baebe Nichole Sleet plays tambourine, and Dorothy Carter helps out on hurdy-gurdy and dulcimer. Moods range from innocently playful (¿Ah Si Mon Moine¿) to wickedly playful (¿Verbum Caro¿), to ineffably mysterious (¿Lo, Here My Heart.¿) An additional point of interest is that nine of the 16 tracks were produced by Matthew Fisher, of Procol Harum fame; the others were done by Declan Colgan. Kate Bush fans should check this one out, as well as those who enjoy the softer side of Jethro Tull. And, if I may be permitted an observation, based on the liner photos, they are, indeed, ¿Baebes.¿

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