This group sounds like an Italian Pentangle. Digging their roots in Italian folk music, they wanted to do something that didn't sound like tourist music. So, they found their folk music in the 1500s. And they didn't want it to be dusty so they juiced it up with enough brio to make it one, spicy meatball. You won't confuse this with the soundtrack of the next period inspired New York mob movie, this is a whole nother animal. Just the thing you are looking for when you want some indigenous Italian music that doesn't sound like it came from a stock music library. This is another wonderful stop on the grand, musical world tour.