It is kind of funny to me that I am still adding such a broad anthology to this list, because that is really not my preference. However, there is a wealth of quality material here.
More than that, the interpretation is simply outstanding. The voices are compelling, in phrasing & articulation & tone, and I am also particularly impressed by the sonority of the fiddle & bagpipe... very evocative.
This is a recording that resonates with me in a very particular & idiosyncratic way. It strikes me as a great example for a traditional musician from the Middle East (and as far as Central Asia) to use to orient to Western traditional music of faraway centuries. It has that sort of feel.
To medieval secular listTodd M. McComb