Roman's comment to my post of yesterday inspired me to try again some of his Cantio Sarmaticae.
I've played Cantio Sarmatica XLVI
and Cantio Sarmatica XLVII
I hope you'll enjoy th emusic a bit - it's played on my Alto Lut eby david van Edwards, too.
When I'm playing folk music I automatically end with scottish music.
I long for thy virginity
Gypsies Lilt (which has some strange chords - but I like this song possibly because of this oddity)
which needs to be followed by a more cheerfull piece: Green Gras she rushes
a Canario - sorry for this one - I like it but detected a mistake
a piece without title - but with a lot of "highland feeling"
and the piece which *needs* to close every session of scottish pieces - also without title
completly out of context a piece by Marco d'Aquila - just wanted to know how it may sound like
and an anonymus german piece, a Paduana
I hope you'll enjoy the music although it's just recorded in my living room