Category Archives: Cræft (Art)

Cræft: The Seafarer

Recently at the twitter feed I received a message from Kevin Clark, composer, regarding an interesting piece of work. The work is a short film adaptation of a cello piece Kevin wrote for the cellist Rachel Gawell to use as musical accompaniment to her dramatic … Continue reading

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Dream-Cræft: History for Music Lovers

Via a post by I present to you three of many awesome history-themed music videos by History for Music Lovers (also check them out on Facebook and Twitter). I’ve put these three videos into the “History Music” playlist on the Old English Blog YouTube as … Continue reading

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Leornung: Rǣdinga on Scolum

There are, of course, quite a number of universities, colleges, institutions, clubs, societies, organizations where you can learn the history, language, culture, etc. of the Anglo-Saxons and Norse. Right now, as it turns out, many universities are posting their course … Continue reading

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Interview with Stuart Johns, Author of the “Ǽrworuld” Series

“‘Why do you invade my resting place, stranger?’ Coenred gripped the hilt of his shield and the hairs on his neck stood up, his common sense screaming at him to flee this place; but he did not draw the mace. … Continue reading

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Interview with Jamie Hall of ‘Primitive Method’

Over the past couple decades, a new vitality has re-entered the study of history. More and more people are reading history for leisure, attending historically themed events, and participating in ‘living history’ groups and historical reenactments. Somewhere between the professional … Continue reading

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