But recently I encountered the music of Pavlína Bastlová playing recorders and Štěpán Honc on guitar. As you might guess from their names they're not from round these parts but hail from the Czech Republic and describe their music as "Medieval Celtic speed folk".
I couldn't help but interrupt my shopping to listen, stare and after a while record a little video for you all. I really can't understand how other people were able to hurry past without noticing.
So here they are playing a rather spectacular instrumental....
This is so haunting. A beautiful setting to let people hear and take time out from the business of shopping. Thanks for sharing this, it was lovely.ReplyDelete
Amazing music! I really enjoyed that.ReplyDelete
Most interesting John - I have never heard sound quite like that before. I am glad you took the trouble to record it.ReplyDelete
Liked the Celtic spirit of the music! -- barbaraReplyDelete
I quite agree. Three minutes and six seconds well spent.ReplyDelete
Oh, my, that music is haunting! It is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Medieval Celtic speed folk - what a wonderful descriptionReplyDelete
I have never heard of Medieval Celtic film music before. It is lovely, definitely toe tapping. Thank you for sharing this very talented pair of musicians John. I enjoyed your video very much.ReplyDelete
Absolutely fabulous John, looks like they had a bit of an audience thank goodness, so much talent!ReplyDelete
Nice videography, John, and the music -- WoW! It certainly lives up to its name.ReplyDelete
Excellent! Love this!ReplyDelete
So beautiful! Thank you for sharing, John!ReplyDelete
They are really good and the sound they make is one that really appeals to me. I wonder if they have any CDs? I know that sometimes street musicians do have them for sale.ReplyDelete
Wow! You do get to hear some spectacular music there. Fantastic.ReplyDelete