Sherwood Consort

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The Sherwood Consort is an American early music group founded in 1995 in Berkeley, California, and specialized in medieval music, particularly of England.[1] The director is Mary Devlin.[2] The vocal director and vocal coach for several of their recordings was Renée Fladen-Kamm.

Discography[edit]

  • Between March & April (1997)
  • Robin Loves Me (1998)
  • One Day as I Went Riding (2002)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Early music news - Page 3 San Francisco Early Music Society - 2002 "Ms. Devlin is currently working on a new Sherwood Consort project, "Love Songs for Valentine's Day," a concert to be produced in February, a solo concert involving ancient Irish lyrics set to medieval melodies, as well as several recording "
  2. ^ Madame Jane: A Romance - Page 534 Mary Devlin - 2003 About the author - Ms. Devlin is also an accomplished vocalist. Classically trained in both opera and bel canto, she was a folk singer for a number of years before discovering medieval and Renaissance music. Presently she directs the Sherwood Consort, ..."