Corvus Corax

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Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Sverker 2011 -
Gjallarhorni 2011 -
The Drinking Loving Dancers 2011 -
Filii Neidhardi 1905 -
In taberna 1905 -
Ragnarök 2011 -
Fiach Dubh 2011 -
Baldr 2011 -
Intro Gjallarhorni 2011 -
Venus Vina Musica 2002 -
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Corvus Corax is a German band known for playing Neo-Medieval music using an abundance of authentic instruments. Their name is the Latin name for the Common Raven. The band was formed in 1989 by Castus Rabensang, Wim (Venustus) and Meister Selbfried ("Master Selfpeace") in East Germany. The band often uses bagpipes as the solo instrument; their live performances attract attention with the bizarre look of the musicians being reminiscent of ancient Greek myths: half-naked, dressed in unusual clothes, wearing primitive tribal decorations, often tattooed.


Other Names
die Könige der Spielleute (the Kings of Minstrels)
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Neo-Medieval music
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Pica Records
Noir Records
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