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Though its not strictly Renaissance Music, much of it fits into the Early Music or Folk Music styles that are currently popular in the Bal Folk culture of Europe.

Occasionally it drifts into New World offerings (Québécois, Cajun, pan Celtic) but all of it tends to be heavy on hurdy gurdy, fiddles, bellows blown pipes, and those new fangled things, squeeze boxes.

I have an internet clock radio that I run it off but its easy enough to pull up a window to listen to it as back ground music while you work on line.

Its out of Belgium and programed by volunteers. As of right now there aren't any commercials or chatter between the music.
To hear it, click on this >Canard Folk
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