Sunday, April 22, 2007

TudorCast #11 - April 2007

This month's featured website is the Folger Shakespeare Library

Music from

La Primavera, The Dufay Collective (album "Cancionero") and Jacob Herringman (album "Blame Not My Lute")

Individual tracks:

Introduction: "Greensleeves" (excerpt) from La Primavera
Between the news and website of the month: "Passameze" from Jacob Heringman
Between the website and This Month in Tudor History: "Propinan de Melyor" from The Dufay Collection
Between This Month and the Tudor Hisory Glossary: "Wolsey's Wilde: (excerpt) from La Primavera
Between Glossary and the Tudor texts: "Lightlie Love Ladies" from Jacob Heringman
Between the texts and the wrap-up: "Oxenford" (excerpt) from La Primavera
End of podcast: "Recercata Segunda" from La Primavera

Episode transcript

Direct mp3 download

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Anonymous said...

Yeah!! I wasn't expecting the podcast to be released this early. What a nice surprise! I can hardly wait to listen!

Anonymous said...

Lara, I love your podcast! Excellent in every way. I only recently found your podcast from a mention on Zannini's Biography Podcast. I listened to all your past podcasts over the last few days and now I'm anxiously awaiting your next one. Your podcasts are well researched and well presented. You vary the pace with news, definitions, and other interesting tidbits. Your voice is bright and cheerful with an air of excitement. I also appreciate your music choices. Very professional. I'm constantly amazed at the quality of podcasts such as yours. Thank you for all your work - it is very much appreciated!


Lara said...

Thanks for the kind words Patti! Hearing that people are actually listening to and enjoying the podcast certainly makes it worthwhile!

Unknown said...

Hey Lara,

I am from New Zealand and I would just like to say that your podcasts are wonderful and as a total tudor history nerd, I have really enjoyed them, especially the websites of the month and the primary source quotes. I was wondering though if you knew when any of tudor movies and TV series (The Other Boleyn Girl, The Tudors and the new Elizabeth film) would be heading towards NZ? It would be very muchg appreciated if you could as I would really love to see what all the fuss is about :-) Thanks anyway and keep up the good work!!!

- elyse :-)

Lara said...

Howdy Elyse,

I haven't seen any dates listed for NZ for The Golden Age yet, but here is the page to keep an eye on:

same for The Other Boleyn Girl:

I don't know about the Tudors series heading down under though. I know they've struck a couple of distribution deals but I haven't heard anything about Australia and New Zealand.

Unknown said...

thanks heaps!!!!!! looking forward to the next podcast :)