Author Topic: Ancient Avalon almost lost manuscripts from 7th to 10th Century A.C?  (Read 65 times)

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What I am talking is the ancient England name, ancient almost forgotten, of Monks chants or music between the fall of Romans Empire and years 1000, thus said early the eleventh century, any musicologist want to did in this I got

on hyperion, this is super also Sarum Chants.

But There is probably more to it than this superb album.Goodnight folks, any archeologist-musicologist, researcher here, specialist of ancient lore England or Avalon if you preferred like I said.

P.s Mysteriously Avalon remind me of the splendid , smooth song I love so much of the same name by Brian Ferry.

Take good care kind folks.  8)
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