MP3 Brobdingnagian Bards - A Faire To Remember
The Top 10 most-popular songs at Renaissance Festivals, plus The Bards personal favorites including some of funniest and most-engaging songs around.
17 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Traditional Folk, WORLD: Celtic
NOW YOU CAN ENJOY RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL MUSIC ALL YEAR LONG
The Brobdingnagian Bards are fast becoming one of the most popular acts at Renaissance Faires. This is due to their sometimes romantic... sometimes comical... and always enjoyable style of Celtic Renaissance music. This success has made them the #1 Celtic band on https://www.tradebit.com with millions of downloads and a grow growing legion of ren faire music fans worldwide.
To celebrate their love of faires, they recorded, A Faire to Remember. It features seventeen great tracks of Renaissance faire favorites, including the hit song, "Do Virgins Taste Better Medley" and the song you''ll hear on Dr Demento, "Donald, Where''s Your Trousers? Medley". You''ll also find their former #1 Celtic rendition of "Scarborough Faire". But the music gets even better with the Bards'' pick of the Top 10 Renaissance Faire songs of all time.
To fill out the album, the the Brobdingnagian Bards feature their personal renn faire favorites including their Barenaked Ladies parody and hit song, "If I Had A Million Ducats" and Tom Lehrer''s "Irish Ballad". The album finishes out with their unique interpretation of the Monty Python song "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life".
A Faire To Remember continues to garner praise and reviews from fans everywhere. It was even the #1 World/Folk album on https://www.tradebit.com. And it is by far, the #1 album of Bard fans. If you''re looking for the perfect introduction to the music of the Brobdingnagian Bards, look no further than A Faire To Remember.
ABOUT THE BROBDINGNAGIAN BARDS
The Brobdingnagian Bards (pronounced brAHb''ding-näg-EE-en) are The Original Celtic Renaissance music group from Austin, Texas offering free Celtic mp3 downloads. They perform a unique style of music combining Scottish and Irish folk songs with music inspired by the Lord of the Rings, performed on non-traditional instruments--autoharp, recorder, and mandolin.
In just five years, they''ve completed six studio albums and performed coast-to-coast. Ask their fans, and they''ll tell you The Bards are just plain "fun!" Which makes sense since, after all, they just love the music.
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