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The Keys of Canterbury

by Lisa Theriot

Catchy, harmonious acoustic folk with female lead vocals; original songs in the style of traditional English and Scottish popular ballads themed around the Canterbury Tales.
Genre: Folk: Minstrel
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1. General Prologue: the Tabard Inn
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2. The Knight's Tale: Lucasta's Song
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3. The Cook's Tale: Michaelmas Night
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4. The Wife of Bath's Prologue: the Hart Round
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5. The Wife of Bath's Tale: the Marriage of Sir Gawain
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6. The Squire's Tale: the Earl of Mar's Daughter
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7. The Pardoner's Tale: Seek the Reaper
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8. The Prioress' Tale: the Jew's Daughter
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9. The Tale of Melibee: Elizabeth's Song
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10. The Nun's Priest's Tale: Chanticleer
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11. The Second Nun's Tale: the Candle
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12. The Parson's Tale: the Lyke-wake Dirge
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13. Afterword: the Keys of Canterbury
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14. The Jew's Daughter (Rock Mix)
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Album Notes
With her rich voice and strong original songwriting, Lisa Theriot, perhaps better known as Mistress Adelaide de Beaumont (in the Society for Creative Anachronism or “SCA”), enriches the great bardic traditions of the past. Her new CD “The Keys of Canterbury” is made up of original songs that distill Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” into a fabulous collection of unforgettable and addictively catchy songs that still capture the traditional style and feel. On her last CD A Turning of Seasons (2001), she not only strengthens old ballads with original music or lyrics, but also incorporates an interesting array of timeless modern songs like Joni Mitchell's "The Urge For Going".

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