|British storyteller Mara Freeman truly
has the bard's gift, transporting us to another time and
place, to feel our souls basking in the glow of ancient
fires and memories of an ancestral home. Listening to
"Celtic Tales" brought the history and magick
of the ancient bards to life for me. The power of the
human voice amazed me; Mara's voice has enormous subtle
range of expression, flowing like purest liquid crystal.
The music is of excellent quality in and of itself, and adds a three- and four- dimensional experience: haunting, evocative, archetypal -- you'll "see" the action in the music.
Children will gain a renewed appreciation for their ancient Celtic ancestors when they hear the magick, beauty, and gift of storytelling. Likely it will spark interest in Celtic legend and folklore too. And at last you'll hear those Celtic stories told with Gaelic pronunciation, solving one of life's great mysteries!
Audiocassette, approx. 1 hour; adaptations from traditional sources. $10.00 per tape + $2.00 S&H per tape. Contents: "The Prince, the Fox, and the Sword of Light;" "The Selkie;" "The Legend of the Oldest Animals;" "The Black Wolfe;" and "The Children of Lir." Highly Recommended.
For more information or to order a tape, contact: Mara Freeman. Chalice Productions, PO Box 3839, Carmel, CA 93921. Tel:(408)622-0330 -- Fax:(408)626-3170 -- E:mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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