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tragedy of Fotheringay
Mary M. Maxwell Scott
By December Sandy Denny and bass player Ashley Hutchings left the band to form Fotheringay and Steeleye Span and the classic Fairport Convention lineup was no more. And that was not all, for these events book-ended one more album that the band managed to record and release during that prolific period, one of my favorite records from that era. Two linked episodes — the aftermath of Fairport Convention’s motorway tragedy and the saga of Fotheringay — stand out as pivotal. One night in May the van carrying members of Fairport Convention back to London from a gig in Birmingham crashed down an embankment on the M1, killing Martin Lamble, their drummer, and Jeannie Franklyn.
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documents, Author: Mary Monica Maxwell-Scott ; Dominique Bourgoing. Fotheringhay is a village and civil parish in Northamptonshire, England, six kilometres ( mi) north-east of Oundle and around 16 kilometres ( mi) west of is most noted for being the site of Fotheringhay (or Fotheringay) Castle which was razed in There is nothing left of the castle to be seen today other than the motte on which it was built that provides excellent District: East Northamptonshire.
The Tragedy of Fotheringay Founded on the Journal of D. Bourgoing, Physician to Mary Queen of Scots, and on Unpublished Ms.
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Mrs Maxwell Scott in her book, 'The Tragedy of Fotheringay'. National Library Scotland - Mary's last letter Learn how Mary Stewart considered herself to be a Catholic martyr through the last letter she ever wrote, addressed to her brother-in-law, Henri III of France.
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The Tragedy of Fotheringay, Founded on the Journal of D. Bourgoing, Physician to Mary Queen of Scots, and on Unpublished Ms. Documents (London: A. and C. Black, ), by Mary Monica Maxwell-Scott, contrib. by Dominique Bourgoing. multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust; Filed under: Mary, Queen of Scots, -- Drama.
Three generations later, Scott’s great-grandaughter, Mary Monica Maxwell-Scott would find Mary equally alluring, particularly as a martyr of the Catholic faith. She published The Tragedy of Fotheringay in using a variety of historical sources as her base.
Nearby Fotheringhay Castle was the principal home of two Dukes of York. Edward of Norwich, 2nd Duke of York, who was killed at the Battle of Agincourt in was buried in the church.
He had earlier established a college for a master and twelve chaplains at the location. Edward's burial provided the basis for the later adoption of the church as a mausoleum to the Yorkist y: United Kingdom.
Fotheringay were a short-lived offshoot of Fairport Convention, featuring key member and leader Sandy Denny. The band's only studio album, a self-titled record featuring Denny's own compositions and several Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
The roots of Fotheringay stretch into Fairport history, arguably to the hinge point of the tragic motorway crash that took the life of drummer Martin Lamble and Richard Thompson's girlfriend, Jeannie Frankly. Denny's song, 'Nothing More', which opens this collection, relates to Thompson's open struggle to come to terms with the tragedy.acting actor actress admired afterwards Anne Oldfield appeared applause audience Barry Bartholomew Fair beauty Benefit Betterton biographer Boaden Bracegirdle brother called Campbell celebrated character charms Colley Cibber comedy Covent Garden Crawford daughter Davies dear death declares Drury Lane Drury Lane Theatre Dublin engagement eyes.Fotheringay's only album - the beautiful self-titled 'Fotheringay' - has long been regarded as one of the finest achievements of British folk-rock.
Originally released insoon after Sandy Denny left Fairport Conventiion, the album includes some of her finest vocal performances and some of /5(61).