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Vox Vulgaris @vulgaris_vox Stockholm, Sverige

The Shape of Medieval Music to Come. Post-authentic / Pre-apocalyptic https://t.co/fJH5creq5W

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@EgyptianIcarus @_carl_marks_ @Xoelimo2020 @israhirsi https://t.co/Z46mrRFhxt
4/2
2020
Stay in the cave!
4/1
2020
Vem döpte det till Vuxentwitter istället för Vulgäris och äckelbinäris?
Retweeted by Vox Vulgaris#BritishSummertime Svmer aint icumen in Lhude sing fuccu I groweþ sad An barkynge mad O svmer u Mak me blu Sing fuccu.
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3/29
2020
@GabiBjornstrand @giselaj Ett ensamt löv brusar inte.It is possible to pre-save "Vespers in Lye Church" right now using this link: https://t.co/aTuTILes79 When the rele… https://t.co/9Dc1UHbSrEDue to the imminent end of the world the release on all streaming services will be one week earlier: 10 April.
3/27
2020
@greenleejw Many in Sweden are raging over these upper class boomers, one of them a lady ready to catch corona to g… https://t.co/GOjoQYMUS7When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman? Psalter-Hours. Belgium, Liège, ca. 1280s. @MorganLibraryhttps://t.co/toMrUPkE2Q
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3/25
2020
Nobody should have to pay any bills this month. @greenleejw @DrCTDoyle @DeconinckKoen @ExhibitionsGM @StinkyRude Could it be fire eel imported from Russia?
3/24
2020
"Music is so naturally united with us that we cannot be free from it even if we so desired." - Boethius, De inst… https://t.co/MISxWL5EHV
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3/22
2020
If thou gaze long onto an empty shelf, the shelf will also gaze into thee.PLEASE keep distance #socialdistance #stayathome #socialdistancing HOUD afstand - Blijf binnen #coronavirus Jheron… https://t.co/GcKr5H9Q81
Retweeted by Vox Vulgaris @SushmaJansari This called me wonder what other materials sticks are commonly made of. @GabiBjornstrand @Charlietruck Den kommer inte synas för alla nybyggda kontorshus omkring så det är lugnt.30-50 boomers socialising ferally in my backyard. @martinsoneby Jag kommer att klä ut mig till den här tweeten på halloween.
3/21
2020
@goddersbloom 1940: "We didn't cover our windows when we had the Plague millions of people killed then. What is thi… https://t.co/7Nn95IhzstI find it kind of sad when people use history to cause division between people, to widen the gap between cultures,… https://t.co/jHYjUp6EO4
Retweeted by Vox VulgarisThe Black Death plague of the 14th century was followed by the Peasants' Revolt. Just sayin #medievaltwitter #covid https://t.co/6hBbSdkhnS
Retweeted by Vox VulgarisThe Black Death of the 14th century led to dramatic changes in goverment labour policy. Will Covid-19 do the same?… https://t.co/aAzD0uV037
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3/20
2020
This is the first of half a dozen of releases planned for this year.The songs were recorded at a concert in 2004. Some have already been around on the net as bootlegs but listening to… https://t.co/iGVG5LBswpVox Vulgaris is proud to present a new EP: "Vespers in Lye Church" can be heard exclusively on Bandcamp for a month… https://t.co/QGTfdsViWsSoon something will happen on our bandcamp page. https://t.co/osrn8LbJEzThis has made a full round: We gave our song Eşek Bayramı a Turkish name in tribute of Anatolian musical culture, n… https://t.co/7o9KlJuje1
3/19
2020
Please support our Kickstarter project to reintroduce snakes to Ireland. @JohanPehrson @stilithium @MatsGalvenius @Larmtjanst Vi har väl inte stängt några gränser?
3/17
2020
Just a reminder that when Anonymous was quarantined for the plague, she wrote ALL OF EARLY MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
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3/15
2020
@greenleejw @jordantpickett That's what happened to the library in Alexandria too, everybody was so embarrassed aft… https://t.co/fMsP02AgJAi found a band who plays medieval music?$(+$
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3/13
2020
@Mazurek64 (usually around the new year) @Mazurek64 I have no idea where it "originated" but friction drums have been used all over the world and in Europe… https://t.co/QHP6zMQys6 @Mazurek64 Nice, I had not seen that type although I have a playlist full of friction drums like a crazy person. https://t.co/8S4NHZ9HO8Pipe and tabor became one of the most common instruments in Europe after the black death, possibly due to the reduc… https://t.co/ViYKwLvGRgThe combination Pipe and tabor was one of the most common instruments of the Middle Ages. I've never seen this comb… https://t.co/N3FgSkqBzsThe picture is from St Albans Psalter, 12th century.What are the instruments these hornblowers are holding in their other hand? Cymbals? Some kind of drums? Is that a… https://t.co/Fs5XCJAdbM
3/12
2020
Musicians everywhere have always had fun and they have always improvised. Your instruments and the music you play m… https://t.co/ZvV9TeI4RP
Retweeted by Vox VulgarisWe called it "the mouth diaper" which doesn't really have the same ring to it.Shawms need very high wind pressure. The first season Rasmus played with us his lips would get tired after hours of… https://t.co/z4TeOQlBtiWhen this is over I'm gonna touch the shit out of my face. @kaptenynkrygg Aftonbladets chatt säger att man inte behöver bunkra mer än nödvändigt, men hur mycket är egentligen… https://t.co/ikT6nMU0kH
3/11
2020
@LacusCurtius @AntiquityJ The panpipe was the only instrument used by the Greeks and the Romans that could produce… https://t.co/S9SD7dzV1S @LacusCurtius @AntiquityJ This music is Greek but imagine one of these pipes together with a panflute. Breathing mu… https://t.co/y9x7e53ZQq @LacusCurtius @AntiquityJ Yes it's definitely a bag. Maybe it's a tibia pipe (one of the two pipes of a roman "panp… https://t.co/ZDUp9jw0Qk @ReggieBuffat @AntiquityJ Yeah those are horns, I was thinking more about the other things. @AntiquityJ Picture is from St Albans Psalter, 12th century20021,79448,2099,4346,156547 https://t.co/H4Nwq72q0X
Retweeted by Vox Vulgaris @AntiquityJ It looks like they are playing that thing simultaneously with the panpipe, maybe a friction drum? An un… https://t.co/ym5ZNg8WCu"These medievalist pageant performances allowed suffrage advocates to embody a quasi-military activism that was chr… https://t.co/4z3r39b6lh
Retweeted by Vox Vulgaris @fakehistoryhunt @ksabst @olcarcajou @CanAditude @action_citizen The ash actually becomes soap in contact with fat… https://t.co/tKp7gJWyFd @fakehistoryhunt @ksabst @olcarcajou @CanAditude @action_citizen The oldest soap recipes are literally just ash and… https://t.co/zUPjVRvIpl
3/10
2020
Archeology is just gentrified grave robbery. @fakehistoryhunt @olcarcajou @ksabst @CanAditude @action_citizen Hygiene was excellent in Europe until the Middle A… https://t.co/h1xRfb5je3 @jdmccafferty What of Europe?https://t.co/CWGc8yxH8pAccording to a popular saying Nero fiddled as Rome burnt but the Romans did not yet know bowed instruments. Nero is… https://t.co/b2VHhWMFDs
3/9
2020
When you listen to medieval music you realize they were the same as us emotionally, they just broke each other on the rack more often
Retweeted by Vox VulgarisListening to the playlist “medieval music for studying” it’s just giving me anxiety. I’m worried that 12 Genoese sh… https://t.co/gC3EeHb2zx
Retweeted by Vox Vulgaris"No man can match the great services that women have done and continue to do for humanity" - Christine de Pizan (… https://t.co/42RjoWp921
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3/8
2020
@fakehistoryhunt @dwannb @CeeDeeToo @DeeTubman @CarmelReal_77 @drboycewatkins1 @weallbe @reggiecomedy @Reg_Tweets T… https://t.co/NhW6neSrO1On Sunday, while you are celebrating all the wonderful women who have made music for millennia, take some time to a… https://t.co/o1V20WZb7z
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3/6
2020
@fakehistoryhunt @dcurtis10 @Delafina777 Also I do think it is interesting that the Saxons lauded the Vikings for t… https://t.co/NM0khfkOW4 @fakehistoryhunt @dcurtis10 @Delafina777 How many Europeans wash their hands face and feet five times a day? @fakehistoryhunt @dcurtis10 @Delafina777 Well there's been this map around that shows how people in Muslim countrie… https://t.co/FaM7DIaiXs @fakehistoryhunt @dcurtis10 @Delafina777 I realize it's not a competition but isn't it possible that medieval Europ… https://t.co/fHn1FbDFJ4 @fakehistoryhunt @dcurtis10 @Delafina777 Isn't this an argument for Muslims in the Middle Ages in fact being cleane… https://t.co/sEuCxFkSMx
3/4
2020
@NeonMangudai @drweisskopf Yok. İsveçte hep danışma referandumlar. Öyle bir şey. @NeonMangudai @drweisskopf Seçim iptal değil. Sonuç iptal. @NeonMangudai @drweisskopf Yok. Bir eşek var. Davulcularin hepsi zaten eşek gibi alet taşar.Trans trance transhumanistic trancehumance https://t.co/HmQwdRZqH6 Eşek Bayramı - Migrations @NeonMangudai Seçim iptal. Trafoya kedi girdi.I never really get sick of Medieval music
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3/3
2020
This is a Turing test. - RT if you are a bot. - like if you are human.Some more alternatives:This thread was an elaboration on @rasmusfleischer s reading of Attali in one of the background chapters of "Musike… https://t.co/Gp156wcoesThe music in church for example would often come from all around and the singers and instrumentalists could be plac… https://t.co/pmebZqGBASNeither were there any clear distinctions between audience and performer or even any specific spatial point like a… https://t.co/qkikfR2PHDObviously "songs" in the Middle Ages were not organized as 3-7 minute long units arranged with intros and brakes to… https://t.co/mHJbzGiN6ONeither were there any musical "compositions". Music was not notated to make a finished product but with a practica… https://t.co/IUn84nytoQThere were no general "musicians" in the modern sense and there was no clear cut line between instrumental musician… https://t.co/oQqOyB0S0JMusic as an abstraction is a very modern phenomena and lexicons usually give a circular definition of "music". Peop… https://t.co/HHojbidOoeOften different types of songs would be combined and sung all at once; one voice could be from liturgy, one a secul… https://t.co/LgV0Z3ZGDAThe voices of polyphonic medieval music were not striving to the common task of resolving in a chord. There were no… https://t.co/OX8aiwYTTQRelations were played out ritually by sound. The music of a specific profession might be played in church on a fest… https://t.co/3jKk6Gyd4KThere was no "music" in it self in the Middle Ages, it was always bound up in rituals and social settings; martial,… https://t.co/m9KeS3Oa7zStrictly speaking music didn't exist in the Middle Ages. People did "musical" activities singing, playing and danci… https://t.co/tjotn7VA6U @TheeHyde We don't dabble with demons so we decided to release without titles. @TheeHyde All song titles are already demon invoking chants: a string of words that evoke music out of nowhere when… https://t.co/9W3FHucXODWe are trying to decide in which language to write the titles of our coming releases. Should we go for:
3/1
2020
anyway Medieval Music 'Hardcore' Party Mix has the best comment section in all of youtube and you can't convince m… https://t.co/tHp9z1hjRU
Retweeted by Vox Vulgaris @andover_gary Who would have thought that a medieval border control solution could be defeated by medieval technolo… https://t.co/Itvme4dovO
Retweeted by Vox VulgarisCome back when you had his children marry each other and their cousins for a few hundred years.Your family name is "King" yet you have never heard of hereditary monarchy? https://t.co/0SyzXBZL3T @katsukirst101 @destroyed4com4t @amyythevegan Tap water is people!Also wool and linen does not get dirty as fast as cotton and synthetics. A wollen garment is cleaner and less stink… https://t.co/Ue388Ow3Hr @Mar_Musa @AWAyyad Also: how do I pray if the qibla is directly under me or if it changes mid-salat?One of the standard songs of German neo-medieval repertoire is "Sakpipslät" which literally means thing-pipe-sang.… https://t.co/YKcSaLB2C5
2/29
2020

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