The Spoken Word

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Susanne
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The Spoken Word

Postby Susanne » 29 Oct 2010, 15:30

Greetings
Lately I have been listening to spoken word CDs & have found them to be not only entertaining but incredibly insightful & helpful in my Bardic coursework.
Druidcast Episode 43 had a part of The Mabinogion which I downloaded from iTunes. It is wonderful!
I also got a CD of the Song of Taliesin which is another fantastic production.
Does anyone know of any other good spoken word CDs or downloads?
Blessings
Sue

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Re: The Spoken Word

Postby Heddwen » 29 Oct 2010, 17:39

There's a wonderful CD by Carolyn Hillyer called 'Cave of Elders. A soul Journey for Women'
More of a meditation tool rather than the spoken word and there's no reason why men can't enjoy it too.

http://www.seventhwavemusic.co.uk/albumcave.html

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Re: The Spoken Word

Postby Susanne » 30 Oct 2010, 02:40

Thanks Heddwen. I'll be sure to check it out.
Mara Freeman has some wonderful guided meditations CDs also.
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Sue


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