The Unicorn Tapestries
The Unicorn Tapestries
The Unicorn Tapestries was originally posted from a now downgraded link on July 2, 2016 and the views reflected on this link include the prior views.
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The Unicorn Tapestries is the story of The Lady and the Unicorn Tapestries as adapted and written by Bajoy from original material and "The Lady and the Unicorn" by Tracy Chevalier.
Cast (in order of appearance)
Unicorn.... Amza Hydronicus
Young Girl..Sere Timeless
Queen Elizabeth 1...Kat
Her Unicorn ....Chrys O'Colla
Sound...Bajoy (with voice talents of: Iddy,Layne,Pip,Bajoy)
Set: Layne Thomas
Publicity Poster...Pipit Peacedream
Furniture & Tapestries...Courtesy of Timeless Decor
Music Stream...DJ Moon
French Translation....Demrias Amaranth
Special thanks to:
Kat, Chrys,Vill, Eala,Rei, the Avilion Bards, and to the Play as Being Group for the use of their theater in Bieup for rehearsals.
Au renouvel (The Unicorn-Medieval French Songs)
Brensle (The Parisian Delight)
Chant for Solitude & Earthly Delights (Miracles & Mountains-Mysterious Medieval Flutes)
Le Flambeau d.amour (Complaintes Medievales)
Lute Music-France: Branles de village (The Renaissance Album)
Ma viele (The Medieval Songs of Love and War)
Petroglyph (Ancient Dreams)
The Lai, Trovere Melodie from the 3rd Crusade (The Medieval Songs of Love and War)
Filmed on location at the Globe Theater by Secret Rage
The Lady and the Unicorn (French: La Dame a la licorne) is the modern title given to a series of six wool and silk tapestries woven in Flanders based on designs ("cartoons") drawn in Paris in the late 15th Century.The tapestries are created in the style of mille-fleurs (meaning "thousand flowers").
Each of the six tapestries depicts a noble lady with the unicorn on her left and a lion on her right. Five of them are commonly interpreted as depicting the five senses- taste,hearing,sight,smell and touch. The sixth displays the words "A mon seul desir" which has several interpretations.
The pennants in the tapestries, as well as the armour of the unicorn and lion in each, bear the arms of the
Le Viste family, powerful French nobles in the courts of King Charles VII, Charles VIII, Louis XII, and Francois I.