Aesop - The Fables Of Aesop album download
|A1||The Cock And The Pearl||0:59|
|A2||The Wolf And The Lamb||1:03|
|A3||The Dog And The Shadow||0:57|
|A4||The Lion's Share||1:12|
|A5||The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse||1:46|
|A6||The Fox And The Crow||1:19|
|A7||The Sick Lion||1:01|
|A8||The Ass And The Lap-Dog||1:09|
|A9||The Lion And The Mouse||1:15|
|A10||The Frogs Desiring A King||1:53|
|A11||The Mountains In Labor||1:10|
|A12||The Fox And The Stork||1:09|
|A13||The Jay And The Peacock||0:48|
|A14||The Frog And The Fox||1:25|
|A16||The Man And The Wood||0:45|
|A17||The Dog And The Wolf||1:12|
|A18||The Belly And The Members||1:12|
|A19||The Fox And The Grapes||0:56|
|B1||The Peacock And Juno||0:40|
|B2||The Ant And The Grasshopper||1:04|
|B3||The Three And The Reed||1:05|
|B4||The Wolf In Sheep's Clothing||1:08|
|B5||The Dog In The Manger||0:53|
|B6||The Shepherd's Boy||1:22|
|B7||The Four Oxen And The Lion||0:56|
|B8||The Fisher And The Little Fish||0:43|
|B9||The Crow And The Pitcher||1:10|
|B10||The Man And The Satyr||1:20|
|B11||The Goose With The Golden Eggs||0:47|
|B12||The Laborer And The Nightingale||1:15|
|B13||The Miser And His Gold||1:06|
|B14||The Man, The Boy, And The Donkey||1:55|
|B15||The Hare And The Tortoise||1:12|
|B16||The Old Man And Death||1:02|
|B18||The Milkmaid And Her Pail||1:03|
- Record Company – Spoken Arts, Inc.
- Directed By – Christopher Casson
- Liner Notes – Paul Kresh
- Presenter – Arthur Luce Klein
- Read By – John Franklyn, Pamela Mant, Sara Franklyn, Simon Franklyn
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped): A 1493 A SA 1013 A N
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped): A 1493 B SA 1013 B N
|SA 1013||Aesop||The Fables Of Aesop (LP)||Spoken Arts||SA 1013||US||Unknown|
Our online collection of Aesop's Fables includes a total of 655+ Fables, indexed in table format, with morals listed. There are many more on the way. Most were translated into English by Rev. George Fyler Townsend (1814-1900) and Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914) the rest are from Jean De La Fontaine in French and translated to English by several good internet souls.
Aesop's Fables: The Smothers Brothers Way was the seventh comedy album by the Smothers Brothers (released March 15, 1965, on Mercury Records). It reached number 57 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. Seven of Aesop's more famous stories and morals are related in this album (or what are intended to be his fables but are often overshadowed by the bickering of the two brothers). The songs were written by John McCarthy. Overture-Aesop's Fables Our Way" (2:03). The Greedy Dog" (2:20).
The Aesop's Fables are a series of animated short subjects, created by American cartoonist Paul Terry. Although Terry later claimed he had never heard of Aesop, he felt that Estabrook's idea was something worthwhile.
Aesop's Fables Aesop's famous fables and scripts provide great entertainment for children and kids. The fables, or stories, are all very short so keep the attention of children and Aesop's fables feature familiar animals loved by children and kids. It is not known exactly when the first Book of Aesop's fables were written as the fables were originally handed down from one generation to the next just like a myths, tales and legends. It is, however, believed that Aesop lived from about 620 to 560 .
Scattered details of Aesop's life can be found in ancient sources, including Aristotle, Herodotus, and Plutarch. An ancient literary work called The Aesop Romance tells an episodic, probably highly fictional version of his life, including the traditional description of him as a strikingly ugly slave (δοῦλος) who by his cleverness acquires freedom and becomes an adviser to kings and city-states. Older spellings of his name have included Esop(e) and Isope
Aesop was a slave in ancient Greece. He was a keen observer of both animals and people. Most of the characters in his stories are animals, some of which take on human characteristic and are personified in ways of speech and emotions. However, the majority of his character retain their animalistic qualities; tortoise are slow, hares are quick, tigers eat bird, etc. Aesop uses these qualities and natural tendencies of animals to focus on human traits and wisdom. Each fable has an accompanying moral to be learned from the tale
Now in its twelfth Folio Society printing, The Fables of Aesop includes all of the storyteller’s best-loved tales, exquisitely illustrated by the great Victorian illustrator Edward J. Detmold.
The Æsop for Children. A List of the Fables. The Frogs & the Ox. Belling the Cat.
Aesop's fables may be short, but offer a wise lesson in the end. It is up to us to discover ourselves what is hidden behind the images presented by the author. Notes: "Aesop's fables" is a compilation of a some of Aesop's numerous fables. Author: Aesop Published: Unknown Publisher: Unknown. 2. The Man and the Serpent; The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Fox and the Crow; The Sick Lion.