at Camlann are skilled professional entertainers, presenting music and
stories from medieval sources, using instruments and equipment of the types
available before 1400, including the Lute,
harp, symphonie, recorder,
vielle, pipe & tabor,
and many others. You too may participate by joining hands with the village
Shell performs original arrangements of courtly and popular songs from the
middle ages, accompanied by
lute, harp, recorder, tabor, bell and tambor. Roger is a composer
and lyricist with a degree in music composition, and
teaches classes at Camlann about medieval music,
minstrels, and early notation.
rod-poppet shows The Wicked Sacristan or What has Become of the
Bacon, presented by Jacob Priestley and
company, based on a French 15th century fable.
Goliards also perform
songs and instrumentals from medieval Latin sources, including
political/satirical and love songs from the 12th century collection Carmina
Burana, played on the symphony, viol, and
This a capella ensemble performs music
of Hildegard von Bingen,
the Cantiguas de Santa Maria, and other works.
Kathy Sankey combines occupational therapy with music at her Voiceworks studio. Kiki Hood
sings at University
Christian Church, and with the Seattle Chamber Singers. Alison Hopkins cantors at Our Lady of Fatima. Miriam
in the Northwest Chamber Chorus, and is the group's linguistic
Kleinerman present songs sung by a children's choir and instrumental
music from the 12th to 14th centuries, performed with 2 vielles and
assorted percussion. Shula is a professional musician and
appeared in many historical settings.
Naylor, of Eugene Oregon, resurrects traditional techniques on the wire
strung harp, with songs from Gaelic and medieval traditions.
She has won national awards for arranging in the Scottish
tradition, and teaches harp privately and in workshops.