The pardoners tale [sound recording] : the frankeleyns tale, the nonne preestes tale / Geoffrey Chaucer.
- Standardized Title:
- Canterbury tales. Selections.
- Other Title:
- Frankeleyns tale
Nonne preestes tale
- Franklin, TN : Naxos AudioBooks, cp2007.
- Complete classics.
The complete classics
- Sound recording
2 sound discs (158 min., 52 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400 -- Audio adaptations.
English language -- Middle English, 1100-1500.
English poetry -- Middle English, 1100-1500.
- Performed in Middle English.
- Contents of CD one: The prologue of The Pardoners Tale (4:18)
By this gaude have I wonne, yeer by yeer... (5:09)
Here biginneth The Pardoners Tale (4:37)
The apostel weping seith ful pitously... (4:09)
And now that I have spoke of glotonye... (4:55)
Thise ryotoures three, of whiche I telle... (4:11)
This olde man gan loke in his visage... (4:42)
'Brethren,' quod he, 'tak kepe what I seye...' (4:30)
This youngest, which that wente un-to the toun... (4:17)
O cursed sinne, ful of cursednesse! (5:35)
The prologue of The Frankeleyns Tale (1:31)
Here biginneth The Frankeleyns Tale (4:35)
Heer may men seen an humble wys accord... (3:58)
Now stood hir castel faste by the see... (3:51)
So on a day, right in the morwe-tyde... (4:31)
He seyde, 'Appollo, god and governour...' (4:56)
In langour and in torment furious... (4:45). Total time on CD one : 79:23.
Contents of CD two: Whan they were come almost to that citee (4:51)
Upon the morwe,whan that it was day... (3:47)
Aurelius, which that yet despeired is... (4:57)
Yis, certes, lo, thise stories beren witnesse... (4:00)
O Cedasus! it is ful greet pitee... (4:59)
This squyer, which that highte Aurelius... (4:00)
Aurelius, that his cost hath al forlorn (4:57)
The Prologue of The Nonne Preestes Tale (3:54)
Here biginneth The Nonne Preestes Tale (4:22)
And so bifel, that in a daweninge... (3:57)
Lo Catoun, which that was so wys a man... (4:03)
And so bifel, that longe er it were day... (4:33)
And certes, in the same book I rede... (4:17)
And forther-more, I pray yow loketh wel... (4:00)
Whan that the month in which the world bigan... (5:14)
Faire in the sond, to bathe hir merily... (4:14)
This Chauntecleer stood hye up-on his toos... (4:35)
Lo, how fortune turneth sodeinly... (4:38). Total time on CD two : 79:29.
- Read by Richard Bebb.
- Produced by Derek Brewer; edited by Sarah Butcher.
- Compact discs.
"The complete text, unabridged."--Container.
The three tales come from different sections of The Canterbury Tales by Geoffery Chaucer.
Container insert contains track guide and notes by Derek Brewer.
Recorded at Motivation Sound Studios, London.
- Bebb, Richard.
Brewer, Derek, 1923-2008.
Naxos AudioBooks, Ltd.
- Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400. Franklin's tale.
Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400. Nun's priest's tale.
- Publisher Number:
- NA243912 Naxos AudioBooks
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