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Faustus (Saul Rose, Paul Sartin, Benji Kirkpatrick) perform at the Halsway Manor Showcase at English Folk Expo 2016, at Ramsbottom Civic Hall. The Death of Hart Royal' (published by Westpark Music) features on the new album 'Death and Other Animals', recorded at Halsway Manor during Faustus' year as Artists in Residence.

Death and Other Animals is a splendid legacy of this residency, owing much to inspiration found in the manuscript collections of Halsway’s library and to the wider influence of North Somerset’s hills and coast. The album’s inspirational relationship with Halsway was cemented when the trio chose the Manor House as their recording studio

Death And Other Animals. The pioneering, ‘bloke folk’ triumvirate (PAUL SARTIN, BENJI KIRKPATRICK & SAUL ROSE) return with their third release. Produced by Rupert Christie. Second album from Faustus – Benji Kirkpatrick (of Bellowhead) and Paul Sartin (of r’s Feast) and Saul Rose (of Waterson Carthy and Kings of Calicutt). Produced by Stu Hanna (of Megson). Broken Down Gentlemen.

A third Faustus album, Death and Other Animals, was released on the West Park Music label in Autumn 2016 The album was recorded at Halsway Manor, and features songs from the centre’s extensive collection  . 2008 Faustus Navigator Records. 2013 Broken Down Gentlemen Navigator Records. 2016 Death and Other Animals West Park Music. 2019 Cotton Lords EP - Five Songs of the Lancashire Cotton Famine West Park Music.

The Death of Doctor Faustus (1925) by Michel de Ghelderode. Mephisto (1933) Klaus Mann. Faust, a Subjective Tragedy (1934) by Fernando Pessoa. Absinthe with Faust by English extreme metal band Cradle of Filth. From the album Nymphetamine. Urfaust, The Calling, The Oath, Conjuring the Cull, and The Harrowing by American death metal band Misery Index. The first five tracks from the album The Killing Gods. A five-song, modern interpretation of Goethe's Faust.

Doctor Faustus was first published in 1604, eleven years after Marlowe’s death and at least twelve years after the first performance of the play. Title page to a 1620 printing of Doctor Faustus showing Faustus and a demon rising through a stage trap door. Two versions: 1604 and 1610. Two versions of the play exist, one published in 1604 and the other in 1616. The 1616 version omits 36 lines but adds 676 new lines, making it roughly one third longer than the 1604 version.

Doctor Faustus stood out from the crowd by combining things we associate with medieval drama (like allegory) to explore what we now think of as modern questions: What form should knowledge take? . Faustus grapples with this same question at the beginning of the play, and eventually arrives at the shaky conclusion that he's damned no matter what he does. The way he handles this belief is the subject of the rest of the play. All along characters like the Good Angel and the Old Man try to convince Faustus that he does have a choice; they insist that he can repent and turn to God again. Are they right? That's a question only you can answer, because Marlowe is annoyingly coy. So dig in to Doctor Faustus, and tackle the big questions. Then get back to Shmoop to give us the skinny

Doctor Faustus (play). The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus. The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus, commonly referred to simply as Doctor Faustus, is an Elizabethan tragedy by Christopher Marlowe, based on German stories about the title character Faust, that was first performed sometime between 1588 and Marlowe's death in 1593  . Mephistophilis introduces the history of Lucifer and the other devils while indirectly telling Faustus that hell has no circumference nor limit and is more of a state of mind than a physical location. Faustus' inquiries into the nature of hell lead to Mephistophilis saying: "Oh, Faustus, leave these frivolous demands, which strikes a terror to my fainting soul".

He greatly influenced William Shakespeare, who was born in the same year as Marlowe and who rose to become the pre-eminent Elizabethan playwright after Marlowe's mysterious early death. Marlowe's plays are known for the use of blank verse and their overreaching protagonists.

For other uses, see Doctor Faustus. Doctor Faustus is a German novel written by Thomas Mann, begun in 1943 and published in 1947 as Doktor Faustus: Das Leben des deutschen Tonsetzers Adrian Leverkühn, erzählt von einem Freunde ("Doctor Faustus: The Life of the German Composer Adrian Leverkühn, Told by a Friend"). The illnesses of Delius and Wolf also resonate, as does the death of Mahler's child after he had tempted fate (as Alma Mahler thought) by setting the Kindertotenlieder. Nietzsche's 1871 work The Birth of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music, presents the theme that the evolution of Art is bound up with the duality of the Apollonian and Dionysian Hellenic impulses, which the novel illuminates.

Tracklist

Slaves 2:58
False Foxes 4:48
While Gamekeepers Lie Sleeping 4:12
Oh To Be A King 6:09
The Deadly Sands 4:24
Gurt Dog 6:48
Adieu To Bon County 4:35
One More Day 5:12
The Death Of The Hart Royal 5:36
Harry Kitchener's Jig 5:15
Death Goes A Walking 5:36

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
87323 Faustus Death And Other Animals ‎(CD, Album) Westpark Music 87323 Germany 2016
87323 Faustus Death And Other Animals ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Westpark Music 87323 Germany 2016

Faustus - Death And Other Animals mp3 flac
Folk
Performer: Faustus
Title: Death And Other Animals
Category: Country, Folk
Country: Germany
Released: 2016
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