Musical magic winter appears in the form of the recent mini-album of Irrlichter. Seven medieval winter and Christmas songs are available on "Angelus ad Virginem". "Our listeners can relate to a winter-CD pleased with the women's polyphonic singing, classical and medieval instruments streicherarrangements tries to the special atmosphere of the cold season and capture their mysterious and dark, but also joyful and contemplative to reflect," describe the Irrlichter her mini-album.
"Des winters zît" from the spring of Walther von der Vogelweide is about the hardship of winter and longing for the spring.
The beautiful "Eno Sagrado En Vigo," a piece of Galicia (14th century), many listeners may also be the title melody of the Czech fairy tale film "Drei Haselnüsse für Aschenbrödel".
Of course, "Maria durch ein Dornwald ging" not missing, here in a particularly festive arrangement.
"Orientis Partibus" is, however, a happy piece from the 12th Century on the brave young donkey, the pregnant Mary to Bethlehem had before it with the title piece "Angelus ad Virginem" again solemnly.
"Nû schrîet but diu nebelkrâ" shows again the winter of his hard and cold side. The finale is the "Puer novis nascitur", the Christmas mood once again fully alive.