Looking for folk music that recreates music from the past with traditional instruments.
I'm completely new to this area of music, so I have no idea if there is a name for it, so I'll seek to explain what I'm after with examples.
The closet music I've found is Krauka
, who seek to recreate the music from the Vikings (example
Another group that is kind of close to this ideal is Wardruna
). But Wardruna seems to go more into dark ambient/neofolk territory with some of his songs, which is not what I'm looking for (something closer to the natural sound of Krauka above would be better).
Of course, I'm looking for anything including and outside of Scandinavian folk.
I also seem to a recall a link making the rounds on the 'net a few months back (maybe on the blue?), that had the sounds of a (European?) woodwind instrument from a couple of thousands years ago. That combination of archaeology and sound is what I'm looking for.