03/02/2019 (Sat) 08:33:13
Now that I dipped myself into Mongol folk metal it made me thing I don't listen Hungarian folk metal, basically ever. So made a quick peek, here's two of what I found.
1. A magyarok Szent-Gallenben - Sacra Arcana:https://youtube.com/watch?v=AoEEzTf5Pk8 [Embed]
It's a story about Hungarian adventurers in the 10th century who "visited" the monastary at Saint Gall at the Bodensee and met the loony monk, Heribald. I wrote this story previously, but on 8, I'll repost it in another thread.
Szent László - Dalriadahttps://youtube.com/watch?v=sxBkt8Ch6KA [Embed]
I'm not sure why a Hungarian band would chose an Irish name and not play Irish folk music (some do), maybe that dal
This melody revolves around the figure of king I. (Szent/Saint) László - a chivalric king of ours at the end of 11th century - and his struggle with the eastern enemy, the Tatar (in the lyrics, historically it is more likely he met Pechenegs or Cumans). Coincidentally I also wrote about a legend of Szent László, will post this too.