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* the_miracle_aligner - A musical artist that performs Bardcore and Bronzecore versions of popular songs.

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* the_miracle_aligner - A musical artist that performs Bardcore and Bronzecore versions of popular songs.songs, with a particular focus on versions with translated/adjusted vocals in dead languages (so far including Old English, Classical Latin, Attic Greek, Old French, Old Norse, and Middle Scots).


* Algal the Bard - The YouTuber that provided the first known examples of contemporary bardcore.

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* Algal the Bard - The YouTuber [=YouTuber=] that provided the first known examples of contemporary bardcore.



* Cornelius Link - German YouTuber who [[TropeMaker created]] the bardcore genre as we know it.

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* Cornelius Link - German YouTuber [=YouTuber=] who [[TropeMaker created]] the bardcore genre as we know it.


* Algal the Bard - The YouTuber that [[UrExample provided the earliest known examples of contemporary bardcore]].

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* Algal the Bard - The YouTuber that [[UrExample provided the earliest first known examples of contemporary bardcore]].bardcore.


* ArtImitatesArt: Some bardcore videos have LimitedAnimation that imitates medieval works. A typical example of inspiration for them would be Art/TheBayeuxTapestry.

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* ArtImitatesArt: Some bardcore videos have LimitedAnimation that imitates medieval works. A typical example of inspiration for them would be is Art/TheBayeuxTapestry.


* ArtImitatesArt: Some bardcore videos have LimitedAnimation that imitates medieval works. A typical example would be Art/TheBayeuxTapestry.

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* ArtImitatesArt: Some bardcore videos have LimitedAnimation that imitates medieval works. A typical example of inspiration for them would be Art/TheBayeuxTapestry.


* ArtImitatesArt: Some bardcore videos have LimitedAnimation that imitates medieval works. A typical example would be Art/TheBayeuxTapestry.



* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Bardcore songs are often more concerned with a general medieval-ish feel rather than strict period linguistic accuracy (aside from some exceptions of course).

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* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Bardcore songs are often more concerned with a general medieval-ish feel rather than strict period linguistic accuracy (aside from some exceptions of course).course).
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Possibly the UrExample of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXIe-GNv0e4 medieval cover]] of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.

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Possibly Perhaps the earliest known UrExample of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s Music/{{Gryphon}}'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXIe-GNv0e4 medieval cover]] of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.


Possibly the UrExample of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s medieval cover of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.

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Possibly the UrExample of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXIe-GNv0e4 medieval cover cover]] of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.


Possibly the first documented example of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s medieval cover of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.

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Possibly the first documented example UrExample of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s medieval cover of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.


* Algal the Bard - The YouTuber that [[UrExample provided the earliest known examples of bardcore]].

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* Algal the Bard - The YouTuber that [[UrExample provided the earliest known examples of contemporary bardcore]].


The origins of bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.

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Possibly the first documented example of the genre is {{Music/Gryphon}}'s medieval cover of Music/TheBeatles' "Mother Nature's Son" back in 1975. The origins of contemporary bardcore can be traced back to a medieval-style rendition of Music/SystemOfADown's "Toxicity", which racked up millions of views on [[Website/{{YouTube}} [=YouTube=]]] and was published by Algal the Bard in 2017. The genre saw a spike in popularity due to the UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic starting with Cornelius Link's cover of "Astronomia" in April of 2020. Soon, multiple independent artists started publishing their own medievalized versions of pop songs from Music/FosterThePeople's "Pumped Up Kicks" to Music/LadyGaga's "Bad Romance". Creator/TheBBC even featured tracks from popular Bardcore artists on BBC Radio 1.


Bardcore or Tavernwave refers to a genre of music that uses medieval instruments to remake modern pop songs as if they existed in TheMiddleAges. It's name is a {{Portmanteau}} between "bard" (an entertainer) and "Hardcore punk" (a genre of PunkRock). In short, Bardcore is essentially a Middle Ages-themed version of music from the 20th and 21st centuries. It became very popular on Website/YouTube during the UsefulNotes/Covid19Pandemic.

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Bardcore or Tavernwave refers to a genre of music that uses medieval instruments to remake modern pop songs as if they existed in TheMiddleAges. It's name is a {{Portmanteau}} between "bard" (an entertainer) and "Hardcore punk" (a genre of PunkRock). In short, Bardcore is essentially a Middle Ages-themed version of music from the 20th and 21st centuries. It became very popular on Website/YouTube during the UsefulNotes/Covid19Pandemic.\n



* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Bardcore songs are often more concerned with a general medieval-ish feel than with strict period linguistic accuracy.

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* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Bardcore songs are often more concerned with a general medieval-ish feel rather than with strict period linguistic accuracy.accuracy (aside from some exceptions of course).


* TranslatedCoverVersion: Sometimes, the song will be translated into the CommonTongue of a certain era such as Old English or Latin.

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* TranslatedCoverVersion: Sometimes, the song will be translated into the CommonTongue of a certain era such as Old English or Latin.Latin.
* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Bardcore songs are often more concerned with a general medieval-ish feel than with strict period linguistic accuracy.


Bardcore or Tavernwave refers to a new genre of music that uses medieval instruments to remake modern pop songs as if they existed in TheMiddleAges. It's name is a {{Portmanteau}} between "bard" (an entertainer) and "Hardcore punk" (a genre of PunkRock). In short, Bardcore is essentially a Middle Ages-themed version of music from the 20th and 21st centuries. It became very popular on Website/YouTube during the UsefulNotes/Covid19Pandemic.

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Bardcore or Tavernwave refers to a new genre of music that uses medieval instruments to remake modern pop songs as if they existed in TheMiddleAges. It's name is a {{Portmanteau}} between "bard" (an entertainer) and "Hardcore punk" (a genre of PunkRock). In short, Bardcore is essentially a Middle Ages-themed version of music from the 20th and 21st centuries. It became very popular on Website/YouTube during the UsefulNotes/Covid19Pandemic.


Bardcore or Tavernwave refers to a new genre of music that uses medieval instruments to remake modern pop songs as if they existed in TheMiddleAges. It's name is a {{Portmanteau}} between "bard" (an entertainer) and "Hardcore punk" (a genre of PunkRock). In short, Bardcore is essentially a Middle Ages-themed version of music from the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Bardcore or Tavernwave refers to a new genre of music that uses medieval instruments to remake modern pop songs as if they existed in TheMiddleAges. It's name is a {{Portmanteau}} between "bard" (an entertainer) and "Hardcore punk" (a genre of PunkRock). In short, Bardcore is essentially a Middle Ages-themed version of music from the 20th and 21st centuries.
centuries. It became very popular on Website/YouTube during the UsefulNotes/Covid19Pandemic.

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