The Dragons Breath

The Dragons Breath

The Dragons Breath

Mystical and stirring. This music has an atmospheric flavour that draws the listener in to a medieval world of knights and dragons and castles wreathed in mist.

Main instruments: Dulcimer, Flutes, Cello, Fiddle, Guitars, Mandolin, Keyboards

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5 Comments


  1. Sue Lambert

    1yearago

    WONDERFUL CD. HAUNTING, MYSTICAL, MAGICAL, AND IF YOU LISTEN
    HARD YOU WILL HEAR A BACK STORY WITH THE KNIGHTS AND ELVES FIGHTING, THE
    DAGONS WINGS BEATING AS HE FLYS OVER HIS CASTLE, AND THE WIZARD ON HIS
    HORSE AS HE RIDES FROM TOWN TO TOWN. JUST THE SORT OF MUSIC TO SET YOUR
    IMAGINATION SOARING xXx
    Sue Lambert,Fareham, Hampshire,UK. 09.06.2009

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  2. Daron Oppy

    1yearago

    Very nice CD to give to your Mother-in-law!! LMAO!!
    (running private joke – he bought it for his mother in law, who he really likes. I pointed out the title and asked him if he was sure that’s the gift he wanted -Medwyn)
    Daron Oppy, USA. 18.91.2009

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  3. D Hosking

    1yearago

    wonderful album. mystical and magical. superb. love it
    D Hosking, UK. 31.01.2007

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  4. Terry Fletcher

    1yearago

    this album not only blew me away like all his others have done,but it transported me away from blackpool to a land where knights roamed and dragons lurked.
    from the sound of the rushing water,the pounding of hooves to the swishing of the knights sword (i feel like ducking every time i hear it)you feel like you are there.if you have never purchased any of medwyns work do yourself a favour and buy king arthur and/or dragons breath you will never regret it
    terry
    Terry Fletcher, Blackpool, Lancs. 03.05.2006

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  5. Peter Alexander King

    1yearago

    The Dragons Breath
    As much as I dislike constantly writing favorable reviews of Medwyn’s music I am forced to admit that the reason I can’t write a critical one is because the man never puts a note wrong. If the CD cover claims that the music will transport your imagination to an “Enchanting and mystical land filled with mythical beasts, chivalrous knights, magnificent castles and fair damsels” then that’s exactly what it does.
    Such is the case with “The Dragons Breath”; A re-mastered version of the earlier “Dragons Keep”; Very much in the style of Medwyn’s acclaimed “King Arthur” trilogy but with one difference. “Dragons Breath” does not only take us back in time but takes us from this world completely into a historic land of fantasy and high adventure.
    If you haven’t heard the “King Arthur” trilogy then the above comparison of style won’t mean much so ill give you the rundown. When you press play your immediately aware that the music begins more akin to a movie soundtrack than a mere audio CD; As such the intent behind the composition is revealed; Sounds of waves crashing to gentle synth and mandolin swiftly accompanied by a selection of wind instruments and Medwyn’s fantastic guitar playing combine to present an atmospheric and enticing introduction to the music drawing you into the world and daring the imagination to create images of the surroundings. The music flows nicely using an impressive array of instruments in the first 3 minutes and continues to cycle through the varying combinations during the whole of the first track. A style that is similarly presented throughout the whole CD. The little additions of subtle sound effects gently encourage the mind to keep the images flowing, my personal favourite being the timely “swoosh” of the knights sword though the air before continuing his quest towards the dragons lair.
    If anything negative could be said about this CD it is that the disc only has 4 tracks on it. Don’t let that put you off though, the shortest track is 10minites 14 seconds long and the longest is 11minites 35 seconds. So still plenty of music to enjoy.
    If you are a fan of high fantasy novels, medieval role-play games, mythical history or simply a daydreamer then this is the CD for you. Relaxing enough to simply lie back and chill out or evocative enough to stir the depths of the imagination.
    Either way, “The Dragons Breath” is certainly not to be missed.
    Peter Alexander King, Bristol, UK, 11.10.2005

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