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Podcast 63 – The Dark Mother

May 12, 2014

Shownotes for Podcast 63 – The Dark Mother

Summary:

This episode is a tribute to the figure of the Dark Mother, with songs, stories, and poetry (by a special guest!). Feel free to send in any thoughts you have about the darker aspects of the feminine divine, particularly those found in folk and fairy tales!

Play:
Download: New World Witchery – Episode 63

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In this show we’re featuring several stories and a few poems as well as the music listed below. Stories are:
1)      “The Juniper Tree” – by the Brothers Grimm, from Fairy Tales
2)      “Lilith’s Cave” – recorded by Howard Schwartz, from Lilith’s Cave
3)      “Leyenda de La Llorona” – recorded by Richard Dorson, in Buying the Wind
4)      “Inuit Myth of Sedna” – collected by Leeming & Page, from Myths, Legends, & Folktales of America

Poems are all courtesy of Peter Paddon, host of the Crooked Path podcast, and proprietor of the excellent Pendraig Publishing company.

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Promos & Music

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

Song List:
1)      Heather Dale – Mordred’s Lullabye (Avalon)
2)      SJ Tucker – Kashkash (Solace & Sorrow)
3)      Leslie Fish – Hymn to the NIght Mare (Avalon is Risen)
4)      Casey Redmond – Mother’s Acting Strange (MusicAlley.com)
5)      Wendy Rule – Creator/Destroyer (Wolf Moon) and Singing to the Bones (World between Worlds)

Incidental music was by SJ Tucker (from the Ember Days soundtrack) and Disparition.

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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 Special – A Hearse of Verse

October 18, 2013

SHOWNOTES FOR PODCAST SPECIAL – A HEARSE OF VERSE

Summary
In this episode we have a selection of ghastly and witchy music and poetry.

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Special Episode – A Hearse of Verse

Music
Title & end music: “Grifos Muertos” by Jeffery Luck Lucas, from his album What We Whisper, on Magnatune.com

Playlist:

Podcast 56 – Harvest Home

September 27, 2013

Summary:

This episode looks at various harvest festivals, including Michaelmas, Mid-Autumn Festival, and Thanksgiving. It includes poems, songs, stories, and a pair of essays. Enjoy!

Play:
Download: New World Witchery – Episode 56

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Poems

Stories & Essays

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

Song List:

Promos:

Podcast 22 – Yuletide Cheer!

December 21, 2010

Summary

Happy Yule!  Today we have our favorite carols, poems, recipes, and even a little lore for the winter holidays.  Have a blessed and happy holiday season!

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Download:  New World Witchery – Episode 22

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A Visit from St. Nicholas,” attributed to Clement Clark Moore, but likely written by Henry Livingston, Jr.
The Oxen,” by Thomas Hardy.

Recipes for Tom & Jerrys, Reindeer Food, and Gingerbread cookies.

Holiday animal lore can be found here.

Promos & Music
Nearly every song can be found on CDBaby.com or iTunes.  Below I’ve attempted to link directly to the artist pages where possible.

  1. I Saw Three Ships – West of Eden
  2. Gods Rest Ye Merry Paganfolk – The Pagan Carolers
  3. Hark the Herald Angels Sing – Doug Smith
  4. Wren in the Furze – Shira Kammen
  5. Silver Bells – Steve Martin & Paul Simon (Live recording from SNL)
  6. A Soalin’/Soul Cake – Pagan Carolers
  7. Holly & The Ivy – Howl-O
  8. Good King Wenceslas – The Trail Band
  9. Cherry Tree Carol – Rose & Thistle Band
  10. Bring the Torch Jeanette Isabella – Trifolkal
  11. Boars Head Carol – Pagan Carolers
  12. Come Landlord Fill the Flowing Bowl – The Limeybirds
  13. Gloucester Wassail – Pagan Carolers
  14. Carol of the Bells – Ross Moore
  15. Stille Nacht/Silent Night – Katie McMahon
  16. Snowbird – Maidens Three
  17. Da Day Dawn – Samantha Gillogly
  18. O Tannenbaum – Antique Music Box Christmas Collection
  19. O Holy Night – Indigo Girls
  20. This Endris Night – Heather Dale
  21. Go Tell It On the Mountain – Easy Anthems
  22. Patapan – Bittersweet & Briers
  23. Welcome Yule – Renaissance Revelers
  24. Little Drummer Boy – Men of Worth
  25. Angels We Have Heard on High – Skye Pixton
  26. Auld Lang Syne – Marc Gunn

Holiday wishes from (in no particular order) Saturn Darkhope, Oraia Sphinx, Scarlet at LPV, Gillian the Iron Powaqa, Rianna Stone the Pagan Homesteader, & Kathleen at Borealis Meditation.


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