Rikie Floyd | The Role of Women in the Renaissance (feat. Bob Floyd)

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The Role of Women in the Renaissance (feat. Bob Floyd)

by Rikie Floyd

An unflinching look at the brutal truths behind the roles women were expected to play in the society of Renaissance Europe.
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Unwelcome and Unappreciated (Live) [feat. Bob Floyd]
6:10 album only
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2. A Woman's Appearance (Live)
5:14 album only
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3. Expectations and Obedience (Live)
5:42 album only
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4. By Reason or By Force (Live)
7:39 album only
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5. Sex and Playing the Role (Live) [feat. Bob Floyd]
6:46 album only
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In History, Customs and Manners Volume 8: The Role of Women in the Renaissance, Instructor and Performer Rikie Floyd (of the Folk favorite band Siren's Song) takes an unflinching look at the brutal truths behind the roles women were expected to play in the society of Renaissance Europe. This includes a direct and unflinching look at the treatment the ‘fairer’ sex could expect from men of the period, and as such is not suitable for a younger audience.

Recorded live as a part of the nationally regarded Scarborough Academy of Performing Arts actor training program, on the grounds of Scarborough Faire: The Renaissance Festival.

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