Leah Stuttard

Leah Stuttard is a medieval harpist, singer, composer, arranger and musicologist. She works globally with well known ensembles such as Hesperion XXI and Micrologus. In August 2019 she appeared on BBC Radio 4 talking to Roderick Williams about songs and singers in medieval Britain. Brighton Early Music Festival 2019 commissioned her to direct their last night medieval extravaganza, 'The Feast of Fools'.

Agnethe & Leah

Oluf Strangesøns Dyst – Oluf Strangeson’s Joust


in the cold of winter a harp is between two ladies

A Northern Duo



Making a collection of beautiful texts and music was an enjoyable, learned pastime, partaken of by clerics, students and nobles. It was both creative and collaborative.



We have made our own scrapbook of words and music taken from cherished collections of the late 15th century in Germany and stories from the Scandinavian folk tradition.






We have now recorded this programme and you can buy it from this website – please click on the cover image to go straight to the product page and buy!








This project takes its name and inspiration from a long, bloody tale in a medieval Danish ballad. You can read the text online.


But life is not always so bloody and dancing and loving at midsummer time features as well.


Visit Agnethe’s website to learn more about her.