Aneleda Falconbridge | I Am of the North

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I Am of the North

by Aneleda Falconbridge

This anticipated first studio album of bardic folk music features original songs for the modern medieval spirit, featuring tales from the battlefield, the hearth, the tavern, and the heart.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Am of the North
4:17 $1.25
2. The River Ran Red
2:39 $1.25
3. Wait for the War to Be Over
2:09 $1.25
4. Forsaking All Others (feat. The Eastern Unbelted Champions)
4:47 $1.25
5. Purple and Gold
2:51 $1.25
6. The March Home
3:32 $1.25
7. I Fight for You
5:04 $1.25
8. Women of the Northern Army
2:56 $1.25
9. Follow Me
3:28 $1.25
10. Until We May Take Rest
3:01 $1.25
11. Every Man May Be a King
2:37 $1.25
12. Dance the War Away
3:59 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Aneleda Falconbridge* is a songwriter, poetess, and performer of songs for modern warriors, shield maidens, and people with magic in their hearts (and probably a sword or two on their walls.) This music is based on her experiences as a medieval reenactor where she gets to enjoy all the fun, joy, and enchantment of the middle ages without any of the plagues. From simply adorned pieces accompanied by harp or drum to lush backgrounds to crystalline a capella, she conveys emotions suitable for any era.

"I Am of the North" is her first full-length album of original music.

She lives in the wilds of Maine where the snow is deep in the winter and the forest is deep in the summer.

(* She goes by Monique Bouchard in the modern era where she sings old songs and new songs as a church cantor and performer.)



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Haunting and powerful
Her voice alone would make her music fit the title of this review, but add to that lyrics and poetry that fit the bill as well as accompaniment of exactly the right type in exactly the right places and you have a truly magical recipe. That is exactly what she has accomplished with her music.