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Episode 85 – Yuletide Cheer! 2015

December 21, 2015

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Episode 85 – Yuletide Cheer! 2015

Summary:

Our annual holiday music show is light on the talk (due to Cory’s recent illness) and heavy on the, well, wassailing. So pour a warm cup of something delicious and enjoy!

 

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Producers for this show: Diana Garino, Renee Odders, Ye Olde Magic Shoppe, Raven Dark Moon, Ivory, The Witches View Podcast, Sarah, Molly, Catherine, AthenaBeth, & Jen Rue of Rue & Hyssop (if we missed you this episode, we’ll make sure you’re in the next one!). Big thanks to everyone supporting us!

 

Play:

Download: Episode 85 – Yuletide Cheer! 2015

 

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See below for a complete track listing.

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Promos & Music

The following songs are used through Creative Commons Licenses and distributed as podsafe media, used under a purchased license, or presented with the permission of the artist. Please see the distribution sites for additional information on the artists, their works, and how to purchase more of their music.

 

  1. “Ding Dong Maerrily on High/St. Anne’s Reel,” Keltricity (Soundcloud)
  2. “The Holly Bears a Berry,” Shira Kammen (Magnatune)
  3. “Byla Cesta,” Kitka (Magnatune)
  4. “Shchedrik,” Kitka (Magnatune)
  5. “Wassail Song,” Music for a Winter’s Eve (Magnatune)
  6. “Tapster Drynker,” Shira Kammen (Magnatune)
  7. “Gloucestershire Wassail,” Keltricity (Soundcloud)
  8. “Bring us in Good Ale,” Shira Kammen (Magnatune)
  9. “On Christmas Day in the Morning,” Jean Ritchie (Lomax collection: Library of Congress)
  10. “Old Christmas,” Boyd Asher (Lomax collection: Library of Congress)
  11. “In the Bleak Midwinter,” Emma Radford (Soundcloud)
  12. “Solstice Night,” SJ Tucker (With Artist Permission)
  13. “Patapan,” Lisa Goettel (Soundcloud)
  14. “Fum Fum Fum,” US Army Men’s Chorale (Soundcloud)
  15. “The Wren in the Furze,” Shira Kammen (Magnatune)
  16. “Twelfth Eve/Christmas Cheer/Chestnut Vagary,” Harper’s Hamper (Magnatune)
  17. “Da Day Dawn,” Samantha Gillogly (With Artist Permission)
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Podcast 72 – Yuletide Cheer! 2014 (Part Three)

December 26, 2014

Podcast 72 – Yuletide Cheer! 2014 (Part Three)

Summary:
Our last holiday show is chock-full of new-old-fashioned-way music to put you in the holiday spirit. I keep the talking to a minimum this year and focus on Christmas carols, winter songs about birds, and of course, wassails!

Play:
Download: New World Witchery – Episode 72

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See below for a complete track listing.

If you have feedback you’d like to share, email us or leave a comment. We’d love to hear from you!

Don’t forget to follow us at Twitter! And check out our Facebook page!

Promos & Music
The following songs are used through Creative Commons Licenses and distributed as podsafe media, or presented with the permission of the artist. Please see the distribution sites for additional information on the artists, their works, and how to purchase more of their music.

 

  1. A’Soalin – The Bird Sings/Lisa Goettel (Soundcloud)
  2. In the Bleak Midwinter – Richmondie (Soundcloud)
  3. All Hayle to the Days/Drive the Cold Winter Away – Harper’s Hamper (Magnatune)
  4. Fum Fum Fum – UnToupoutou/Army Men’s Chorale (Christmas Chorus, 2012 – Soundcloud)
  5. Nou is Yole Comen – Shira Kammen (In the Castle of the Holly King – Magnatune)
  6. Wren’s Carol – Shira Kammen (In the Castle of the Holly King – Magnatune)
  7. The Darkling Thrush – Brooms of Destruction (2012 – Soundcloud)
  8. Carol of the Birds – Broceliande (Magnatune)
  9. Children Go Where I Send Thee – The Bird Sings/Lisa Goettel (2013 – Soundcloud)
  10. Holy Night – Ronny Matthes (2012 – Jamendo)
  11. Hail Mary – UnToupoutou/Army Men’s Chorale (Christmas Chorus, 2012 – Soundcloud)
  12. Stille Nacht – Kat 330 (2013 – Soundcloud)
  13. Wassail Song – James Edwards (Christmas Bells, 2009 – Jamendo)
  14. Gower Wassail – Shira Kammen (Magnatune)
  15. Wassail Wassail – The Bird Sings/Lisa Goettel (2013 – Soundcloud)
  16. The Boar’s Head Carol – The Bird Sings/Lisa Goettel (2013 – Soundcloud)
  17. Coventry Carol – UnToupoutou/Army Men’s Chorale (Christmas Chorus, 2012 – Soundcloud)
  18. Deck the Halls – Harper’s Hamper (Magnatune)
  19. The First Noel – Tuba Chick (Composing and Arranging, 2011 – Soundcloud)
  20. Da Day Dawn – Samantha Gillogly (With Artist Permission)

 

Incidental music isMidden in de winternacht” by Ralph Rousseau (2009 – Jamendo).

Podcast 71 – Yuletide Cheer! 2014 (Part Two)

December 26, 2014

Podcast 71 – Yuletide Cheer! 2014 (Part Two)

Summary:
In the second holiday episode, we have a short documentary on the annual celebration of Krampuslauf in Philadelphia and an interview with author Linda Raedisch, who the book on Christmas monsters.

Play:
Download: New World Witchery – Episode 71

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Check out the Krampuslauf Philadelphia webpage for more on that celebration. Many thanks to Amber Dorko Stopper and the entire Krampuslauf entourage for making space for me to do this documentary.

You hear Robert Schriewer (who was on a previous episode of our show as well) in the interviews. Please check out his book The First Book of Urglaawe Myths, and see the Urglaawe site for more information on Pennsylvania Deitsch Heathenry.

Big thanks are due to Timothy Essig of the Landis Valley Museum for his help and information as well.

We must recommend The Old Magic of Christmas, by Linda Raedisch, and we thank her highly for being on the show! Also check out her book on Walpurgisnacht as well.

I also highly recommend this little site, which explores several of the critters we discuss.

For information on the Belsnickel, I point you to Alfred Shoemaker’s Christmas in Pennsylvania and Earl Haag’s Pennsyvaanisch Deitsche, as well as Gerald C. Milnes’ Signs, Cures, & Witchery. Chris Bilardi’s Red Church and Jack Santino’s All Around the Year also informed this episode.

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Promos & Music
Title music:  “Homebound,” by Jag, from Cypress Grove Blues.  From Magnatune.

Promos:

  1. Welcome to Night Vale

Down at the Crossroads

Podcast 70 – Yuletide Cheer! 2014 (Part One)

December 26, 2014

Podcast 70 – Yuletide Cheer! 2014 (Part One)

Summary:
Our first holiday episode features Cory & Laine discussing the general theme of ‘Christmas monsters,’ or the scary side of the winter season.

Play:

Download: New World Witchery – Episode 70

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Most of the beasties we mention in this episode can be found in The Old Magic of Christmas, by Linda Raedisch (she’ll be in our second holiday show, by the way).

I also highly recommend this little site, which explores several of the critters we discuss.

For information on the Belsnickel, I point you to Alfred Shoemaker’s Christmas in Pennsylvania and Earl Haag’s Pennsyvaanisch Deitsche (all of this will also show up in Podcast 71 as well).

If you have feedback you’d like to share, email us or leave a comment. We’d love to hear from you!

Don’t forget to follow us at Twitter! And check out our Facebook page!

Promos & Music
Title music:  “Homebound,” by Jag, from Cypress Grove Blues.  From Magnatune.

Promos:

  1. The Pagan Widow Podcast

Podcast 58 – Yuletide Cheer! 2013

December 15, 2013

-SHOWNOTES FOR EPISODE 58

Summary

Our annual fruitcake of wintery music, poetry, & other holiday goodies!

 Play:

Download: New World Witchery – Episode 58

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Stories & Poetry:

  1. Noel,” by Katherine Porter
  2. “Christmas,” (two versions) and “Winter,” from The Real Mother Goose
  3. Christmas Trees,” by Robert Frost
  4. A selection from “The Snow Queen,” by Hans Christian Andersen
  5. Santa’s Traveling Companions,” adapted from information at the Saint Nicholas Center

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Promos & Music

All songs used with permission/license, from Magnatune, SoundCloud, Creative Commons, and MusicAlley, except as noted.

Playlist:

  1. “Nou is Yole Comen,” Shira Kammen
  2. “Swete was the Song,” by Artsy Honker
  3. “Good King Wenceslas,” US Army Chorus
  4. “Candelight Carol,” Kathmandu Chorale
  5. “Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming,” Annie Hiller
  6. “Carol of the Birds,” by Broceliande*
  7. “The Holly, Witches Dance,” Harper’s Hamper
  8. “Broome, Bonny Broome,” Harper’s Hamper
  9. “Patapan,” Fugli
  10. “Cherry Tree Carol,” Rose & Thistle Band (independent artist)
  11. “This Endris Night,” US Army Chorus
  12. “Cold Blows the Wind,” Music for a Winter’s Eve
  13. “Deck the Halls,” Harper’s Hamper
  14. “Green Grows the Holly,” Shira Kammen
  15. “O Christmas Tree,” Tubachick
  16. “O Tannenbaum,” Kellianna (f. Jenna Greene)*
  17.  “Winter’s Ritual,” SJ Tucker (from Ember Days soundtrack)*
  18. “Wassail Song,” Music for a Winter’s Eve
  19. “Come Landlord fill the Flowing Bowl,” The Limeybirds (independent artist)
  20. “Boar’s Head Carol,” The Pagan Carolers
  21. “O Come Emmanuel,” Mary Ellen Kirk
  22. “Ave Maria,” Kellianna*
  23. “Da Day Dawn,” Samantha Gillogly*

*Used with artist permission

Underscoring music is “Nu Zit Wellekome,” Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks, and “Courdian,” Music for a Winter’s Eve, both from Magnatune.

Podcast 47 – Yultide Greetings! 2012

December 22, 2012

-SHOWNOTES FOR EPISODE 47

Summary

This is our annual holiday special, featuring music, poetry, stories, and recipes! Here’s wishing you all the best for your holiday season and a happy new year to come!

Play:

Download: Episode 47 – Yuletide Greetings 2012

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Stories & Poetry:

Susie’s Letter from Santa Claus,” by Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain)
The Goblins Who Stole a Sexton,” by Charles Dickens
The Boy Who Laughed at Santa Claus,” by Ogden Nash
A history of the Christmas candle in the window, from Fantasy-Ireland.com

Recipes (All cocktails this year):
After Five – Cory
Amber Dream/Winterbeer – Cory
Egg Nog, extra fancy – Laine

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Promos & Music

All songs used with permission/license, from Magnatune and MusicAlley, except as noted.

Playlist:

  1. “All Hayle to the Days, To Drive the Cold Winter Away,” Harper’s Hamper
  2. “Dancing Day I – A Virgin Most Pure,” Steven Potvin & Con Brio Choir
  3. “O Come Emmanuel,” Mary Ellen Kirk
  4.  “A v Jerusalime,” Kitka
  5. “Rise Up Bright Sun,” Leslie Fish*
  6. “The Huron Carol,” Tracy Helen
  7. “Green Grow’th the Holly,” Pagan Carolers
  8. “The Holly Bears a Berry,” Shira Kamen
  9. “The Holly/Witches Dance,” Harper’s Hamper
  10.  “I Saw Three Ships,” Dusty Hughes
  11. “Tapster Drynker,” Shira Kamen
  12. “Wassail,” In Nova Cantica
  13. “Tsarko Momche…,” Kitka
  14. “Chestnut, Daphne, Scotch Cap,” Music for a Winter’s Eve
  15.  “The Blood-red Rose at Yule,” Music for a Winter’s Eve
  16. “Nu zit Wellekome,” Ralph Rousseau Muelenbroeks
  17. “We Three Kings,” Jennifer Avalon
  18. “The Wheel of the Year,” Shira Kamen
  19.  “Patapan,” Fugli
  20. “Twelfth Eve, Christmas Cheer, Chestnut Vagary,” Harper’s Hamper
  21. “Le Brandevin,” Shira Kamen
  22. “Da Day Dawn,” Samantha Gillogly*

Underscoring music is “We Three Kings,” by Two Harps, and “Ding Dong Merrily on High,” by Tracy Helen, both from MusicAlley.

*Used by permission of the artist.

Podcast 38 – Yuletide Cheer! 2011

December 21, 2011

-SHOWNOTES FOR EPISODE 38

Summary
This is our annual holiday special, featuring music, poetry, stories, and recipes! Here’s wishing you all the best for your holiday season and a happy new year to come!

Play:
Download: New World Witchery – Episode 38

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Stories & Poetry:
A Baker’s Dozen,” by Charles M. Skinner
Minstrels,” by William Wordsworth
Mistletoe,” by Walter de la Mare
When the Snow is on the Ground,” by Mother Goose
Old Santeclaus,” by Clement Clark Moore
A Florida Christmas Folktale,” by S.E. Schlosser
Ceremonies for Christmas,” by Robert Herrick
Noel,” by Anne Porter

Recipes:
Wassail, from Laine
Jode Kayer (Jewish Cookies), from Cory’s family cookbook
Danish Vanilla Rings, from Cory’s family cookbook

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Promos & Music
All songs used with permission/license, from Magnatune and MusicAlley, except as noted.

Playlist:
1. Down in Yon Forest – Lydia McCauley
2. In the Bleak Midwinter – Fugli
3. O Holy Night – The New Autonomous Folksingers
4. O Come, O Come Emmanuel – Cat Jonkhe (sp?)
5. Round About our Coal Fire – Shira Kammen
6. Ma Navu – Kitka
7. Schedrick (Ukranian Bell Carol) – Kitka
8. We Three Kings – Jennifer Avalon
9. The Wassail Song (Yorkshire Wassail) – Jim Goodrich
10. Somerset Wassail – Pagan Carolers
11. Apple Tree Wassail – Shira Kammen
12. Bring Us in Good Ale – Lydia McCauley
13. Hark the Herald Angels Sing – Mano Reza
14. Jolly Old St. Nicholas – Selena Matthews
15. The Friendly Beasts – Gary
16. Patapan – Fugli
17. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Chances End
18. Fum Fum Fum – Fugli
19. Cutty Wren – Shira Kammen
20. Silent Night/Stille Nacht – Karmyn Tyler
21. Da Day Dawn – Samantha Gillogly*

Underscoring music is “We Three Kings,” by Two Harps, from MusicAlley.
*Used by permission of the artist.


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