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The Writer’s Jukebox: “Medieval Anthem” by Peter Crowley

 

A friend of mine shared an entire playlist of upbeat, Celtic-style music that’s just excellent to write to.  This particular piece is great for fantasy settings – when I hear it, I immediately think of Camelot from BBC’s Merlin, the world of Princess Merida (yes, I know she’s Scottish, not Irish), or the rustic homeland of one of my new Storybooking characters.  (More on that another time.)

This song practically screams of freedom, wide open natural spaces, medieval carnivals, and the optimistic starting points of great adventures.  (As for the less optimistic midpoints of said great adventures, I’ll have to refer you to that gloomy old song the dwarven party sings in The Hobbit….)

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