The pardoners tale [sound recording] : the frankeleyns tale, the nonne preestes tale / Geoffrey Chaucer.

Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400.
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.
Tales, Medieval.
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.
Butcher, Sarah.
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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