This is the new version of the LTS’ Lord Protector Richard III. Less Fortunate than Fair and Half Angel appear on the same album, the former having lyrics by Sandra Heath Wilson. Below, with the Semi Acoustic 2021 inner sleeve are the lyrics of Half Angel: Half Angel Such a warm September eveningThoughts of harvest… Continue reading The Legendary Ten Seconds’ new versions
The myth of the “Princes in the Tower” is about to be turned into an opera. I notice too that their disappearance is immediately described as “one of history’s most notorious unsolved crimes”. What crime? No one knows if there ever was one, let alone that poor old Richard was responsible. It has always… Continue reading The “Princes in the Tower” are to get their very own opera….
… on the Tewkesbury battlefield website: Wars of the Roses music by the Legendary Ten Seconds. Here is more information about the group and their output so far.
A revised version of the Legendary Ten Seconds‘ first album, inspired by Richard III’s rediscovery in Leicester, is now available. Apart from the music, with Ian Churchyard and Ian Zarquon inter alia, the narration now features Sandra Heath Wilson (writer) and Elaine Churchward in a dialogue between Cicely Duchess of York and Margaret Duchess of… Continue reading Loyalty Binds Me (II)
So here is the latest video from the Legendary Ten Seconds, this time about the Mortimers and other Marcher Lords. Here are the lyrics: THE MARCHER LORDS ON THE BORDER WITH WALES WE STAND DEFENCE AND CONQUEST WE HAVE IN HAND OUR KING AND COUNTRY WE MAY SERVE THOUGH IT’S OUR OWN… Continue reading Welsh Marcher Lordships
The Legendary Ten Seconds have released a new version of “The Year of Three Kings”, with a bouzouki solo by Phil Swann. Here are the lyrics and chords.
Here is the Legendary Ten Seconds‘ song about the origins of the Richard III Society. Here is our report on the Richard III half angel and here is their song on the subject. These are the lyrics and the video.
THE MEDIEVAL FREE COMPANY AT BUCKLAND ABBEY AUGUST 2015 On a Bank Holiday Monday, 31st August 2015, I visited Buckland Abbey near Plymouth where a Wars of the Roses re-enactment group who call themselves The Medieval Free Company had set up their encampment. Buckland Abbey is a National Trust property which was founded by Cistercian… Continue reading The Medieval Free Company (by the Legendary Ten Seconds)
… is another album from the Legendary Ten Seconds. Here is a link to some of the music. Here are the lyrics to The Knights of a King, together with some further information about the album.
Ian Churchward of The Legendary Ten Seconds has kindly made a fantastic video promoting my book, Distant Echoes and using his song, Sheriff Hutton, which was the inspiration for the book! Here is the link if you would like to see it – and please give it a ‘like’! Oh and if the video has… Continue reading Song and Story Combined