Archive - Jul 3, 2009

Music of Lune Heath makes a comeback

Selections of sacred music, dating from the 13th to 16th centuries, can be found on a new CD by the Ensemble Devotio Moderna entitled God Shall Be Praised, Music from Lune Convent. The music is from newly-discovered manuscripts found at the Lune Convent in Northern Germany. Music commentator Tom Manoff of All Things Considered has the story. (photo)

Siegfried and Francesca new Baron and Baroness of Highland Foorde

At Their recent Court at Highland River Melees, Their Majesties Logan and Esa of the Kingdom of Atlantia invested Siegfried Sebastian Faust and Francesca Angelo as the new Baron and Baroness of the Barony of Highland Foorde.

Workers puzzled over medieval document found in cabinet drawer

Staff at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario are scratching their heads over the discovery of a mid 13th century legal document found at the bottom of a university filing cabinet.