It's a quiet group, isn't it? If you are in need of some "Music for medieval faires" from the Allan Alexander book, have a look at this and post a video response if you like. I'm sure you can do a better job than I did here.
nice to hear this tune without the usual cacophony of percussion instruments which normally accompany a medieval band. i subscribed to your youtube site - look forward to hearing more
Thank you, Bill, that's a real honour! I hope to learn many more of those tunes - it's a matter of finding the time!
Here's another of those tunes. I finally had the time to play "Cantiga de Brisa" from the same book. It's a beautiful melody, and the book also contains some nice chords to play along; but I can't use the backing track from the CD because I can't play the last part of the tune.
Loved both of the tunes! Simply played and beautiful. I, too like Irish Folk Music.
Oh, love the name of your mandolin!