Many times the emotions of a character in a story are overlooked, we seem to only relate when we’ve been in a similar situation or know someone who has. Usually instead of relating to the character we either feel things for them like pity or happiness. Sometimes in stories emotions aren’t blatantly conveyed, but rather implied. The emotions of women in old text are probably the most overlooked seeing as though women didn’t have very big roles. Being a woman one can identify with other females and implicate how a female character might be feeling. Being a man? Well, one might be quite confused. I’ve decided to take two different women from two different stories on two opposite sides of the emotional spectrum. One is a woman scorned and the other is a woman madly in love. The woman scorned is known as Medea, a woman who was left by her husband for another woman and put her in a quite devastated state, so devastated that she invoked the ultimate revenge. The other woman is Iseult, better known as Tristan’s love interest from “Tristan & Iseult”. She was a woman who was madly in love with a man who was not hers; driven by passion she carries on an affair with him. However she doesn’t get the happy ending she longs for. The following tracks you are about to hear follow the emotions of these two women and what they were probably feeling if it could be told through song.