Medieval to modern, Bulgaria to Appalachia.
Excerpts from reviews:
"Combine the sounds of The Pentangle, a medieval consort, a bit of Jethro Tull, and perhaps some acoustic Led Zeppelin tinged with Bulgarian influences and you've got a rough idea of Telynor's music." ÑNiles Hokkanen, The Mandocrucian's Digest
"The quality of their playing is very impressive, particularly considering the great variety of instrument types they've been able to master. No less impressive is Anna's strong pure singing voice, which renders songs both in English and French...All is played with style and grace and skill. These are two seriously talented people." Steve Winick, Dirty Linen
"This album features an energetic but exquisite overlay of recorders, hurdy gurdy, guitar, bass, cittern, mandolins, tin whistle, percussion and vocals into a power house sound. If you can imagine the Bothy Band playing Medieval music, with Sam Bush sitting in, then youÕll enjoy this album...(Anna's) wonderful alto is unrestrained and eminently understandable, full of vigor and emotion...I had not previously heard of Telynor and I wonder why. This is first rate music and deserves a much wider listenership." John Nielson, The C Note