The Wyf of Bath is an ambient piece in 16 edo that uses Absynth, ZETA+2, and Kontakt 5 as a competitive backdrop to David Wallace’s reading of Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, parts one and two in old English from Pennsound.
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Nice one Chris !!!
Thank you Norbert!
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