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 They are back! The world's Original Celtic Renaissance duo, the Brobdingnagian Bards, are back brandishing their autoharp, recorder, mandolin and wicked wit to share their music and unique look on life with the world. Experience their love of science fiction and fantasy movies and TV along with a glimpse inside the music creation and experiences that make them legendary on the Renaissance festival circuit. 

May 8, 2019

Here is another update with the Brobdingnagian Minute!  The last time we heard the Bards, they talked about how they got started.  In this podcast, we not only talk about our first full CD, Marked By Great Size, but we play every single track from it!

Episode #44. This is a VERY long podcast and we are testing the upload limit but I hope you enjoy it.

If you have questions, comments, or thoughts, please post them in the comments section.  We would love to hear from you!

Since it is so long, here are the full time markers:

Songs:

2:55 None But A Harper

5:34 Satisfied

9:01 Lady Faery

12:57 Gypsy Rover

16:13 Swift Dining

18:59 A Begging I Will Go

21:39 Do Virgins Taste Better

24:13 Irish Ballad

27:09 Bella's Highland Jig

31:35 O'er The Way

35:47 Liquid Sunshine

39:17 The Dragon's Retort

41:59 Happily Ever After

45:03 A Prudent Thief

48:11 If I Had A Million Ducats

51:39 Pachelbel Canon in F - Variations

 

Discussions

57:45 Marked By Great Size History

1:09:38 None But A Harper

1:20:10 Satisfied

1:27:31 Lady Faery

1:36:35 Gypsy Rover

1:43:35 Swift Dining

1:49:42 A Begging I Will Go

1:54:37 Do Virgins Taste Better

2:00:58 Irish Ballad

2:06:09 Bella's Highland Jig

2:14:26 O'er The Way

2:21:47 Liquid Sunshine

2:28:19 The Dragon's Retort

2:34:41 Happily Ever After

2:42:09 A Prudent Thief

2:50:00 If I Had A Million Ducats

3:02:17 Pachelbel Canon in F - Variations

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Find out more about our show #44 in the shownotes and more about our music at www.thebards.net.