Mary Grace Ketner | Ghostly Gals and Spirited Women

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Ghostly Gals and Spirited Women

by Mary Grace Ketner

Tales old and new of women who transgress, transform, or transfix--and transcend!
Genre: Spoken Word: Storytelling
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  Song Share Time Download
1. La Llorona
11:15 album only
2. The Lute Player
8:33 album only
3. Pretty Maid Ibronka
20:20 album only
4. Miss Annie
7:10 album only
5. Chien Nang
7:28 album only
6. The Condiment Basketball Game
10:44 album only


Album Notes
A bit about the stories...
La Llorona: If you ask a hundred people in south Texas to tell you about La Llorona, you’ll hear a hundred different stories, all of them true.
The Lute Player: In this Slavic tale of enchantment, the king’s midlife crisis leads the queen to spirited action and a most loving response.
Pretty Maid Ibronka: “If only I had a sweetheart, even if the devil he were.” Be careful what you wish for, Ibronka, in this haunting Hungarian tale of an oopir, an devil indeed!
Miss Annie: East Texas clairvoyant Annie Buchanan West used her spiritual powers to help others in many ways, including locating oil for Howard Hughes.
Chien Nang: Did Chien Nang abandon her father? Or deny her beloved? Or neither? This Chines tale of a irrepressible spirit has healing powers.
The Condiment Basketball Game: Have I ever experienced that transformative spirit myself? Just once, and I’m here to tell you about it!

FROM VASALISA to La Llorona, Tiger to Turrtle, or Ali Baba to Jack,world folktales and legends come alive in the enchanting voice and graceful hands of storyteller Mary Grace Ketner.

Cover art by Marilyn DeKing.
The Lute Player's song composed and accompanied by Leslie Lyon on guitar.
Flute Tune composed and performed on flute by Peter Van Dusen.
Recorded at Mandala Music Productions, San Antonio.



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