Notes & Reviews:
"Mneme" by the Greek early music ensemble "Ex Silentio" is a collection of musical remembrances from around the Mediterranean Sea: dances, songs and instrumental pieces from medieval and early renaissance sources. At home in the traditional folk and "classical" early music worlds, Ex Silentio create colorful portraits of mighty kings, noble knights and beautiful princesses who once populated those countries as well as people's imaginations then as now. "Mneme" is a historically well-informed, visionary and highly creative fairytale derived from Greek mythology and Mediterranean psyche.
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