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Dylan Thomas : the Caedmon collection

Author: Dylan Thomas; Billy Collins
Publisher: New York : Caedmon, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents recordings of the poetry and prose of Dylan Thomas, and selected works by other authors originally produced in1952 as well as other archival recorded material from the 1950s and 1960s and recordings from the BBC and CBC.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Audiobooks
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Dylan Thomas; Billy Collins
ISBN: 0060790830 9780060790837 0694526592 9780694526598
OCLC Number: 60708753
Notes: Unabridged.
Compact discs.
Credits: Producers, David Nolan, Leslie Mona-Matthews ; executive producer, Rick Harris ; editor, Ana Maria Allessi.
Performer(s): The poetry and prose of Dylan Thomas, and selected works by other authors, read by Dylan Thomas and others.
Description: 11 sound discs (ca. 12 hr., 30 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: disc 1. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reading A Child's Christmas in Wales and five poems : A child's Christmas in Wales, a story --
Fern hill --
Do not go gentle into that good night --
In the white giant's thigh --
Ballad of the long-legged bait --
Ceremony after a fire raid --
From Dylan Thomas reading Over Sir John's hill and other poems : A few words of a kind --
On the marriage of a virgin --
The hunchback in the park --
Over Sir John's hill --
From Dylan Thomas reading from his works : Laugharne --
Especially when the October wind --
disc 2. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reading Poem on his birthday, And death shall have no dominion, Lament and other poems, volume 2 : Lament --
Poem on his birthday --
Should lanterns shine --
There was a saviour --
A refusal to mourn the death, by fire, of a child in London --
If I were tickled by the rub of love --
And death shall have no dominion --
A winter's tale. --
From Dylan Thomas reading complete recorded poetry : Author's prologue --
The hand that signed the paper --
Altarwise by owl light [1st verse] --
The tombstone told when she died --
If my head hurt a hair's foot --
Poem in October (It was my thirtieth year) --
Love in the asylum --
In my craft or sullen art --
Dawn raid. --
From Dylan Thomas reading Over Sir John's hill and other poems : Light breaks where no sun shines --
After the funeral --
In country sleep --
disc 3. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reading Quite early one morning and other memories : Quite early one morning --
Reminiscences of childhood --
A visit to Grandpa's --
Holiday memory. --
From Dylan Thomas reading from his works : A story --
disc 4. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas : In country heaven, the evolution of a poem : The voice of Dylan Thomas, an introduction by Douglas Cleverdon --
Introduction to Over Sir John's hill --
In country heaven (excerpt) / read by Hugh Griffith --
Various revisions of In country heaven which resulted in the final version / read by Douglas Cleverdon, Hugh Griffith, Basil Jones --
Humphrey Searle reminiscing --
Over Sir John's hill [2] --
In country sleep [2] --
In the white giant's thigh [2]. --
From Dylan Thomas and Edith Sitwell read and discuss her poetry : Edith Sitwell discussing Harvest --
Harvest (excerpt) --
Edith Sitwell discussing The two loves --
The two loves (excerpt) --
Edith Sitwell discussing The shadow of Cain --
The shadow of Cain (excerpt) --
Edith Sitwell discussing The shadow of Cain [2] --
The shadow of Cain (excerpt) [2] --
Edith Sitwell discussing The canticle of the rose --
The canticle of the rose --
Edith Sitwell discussing The bee-keeper --
The bee-keeper --
Edith Sitwell discussing Heart and mind --
Heart and mind --
Still falls the rain --
disc 5. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reading A visit to America and poems : A visit to America, an irreverant preamble --
The bards / by Walter de la Mare --
Master and bos'n song / by W.H. Auden --
As I walked out one evening / by W.H. Auden --
Chard Witlow : Mr. T.S. Eliot's Sunday evening broadcast postscript / by Henry Reed --
Naming of parts / by Henry Reed --
The owl / by Edward Thomas --
Broken appointment / by Thomas Hardy --
To Lizbie Browne / by Thomas Hardy --
In death divided / by Thomas Hardy. --
From An evening with Dylan Thomas : An irreverant introduction --
The traveler's curse after misdirection, translated from the Welsh --
A glass of beer / by James Stephens --
One poet visits another / by W.H. Davies --
An introduction to Thomas Hardy --
To Lizbie Browne / by Thomas Hardy [2] --
The ruined maid / by Thomas Hardy --
Lent / by W.R. Rodgers --
Song / by Alun Lewis --
To my son aged eight / by John Betjeman --
As I walked out one evening / byW.H. Auden [2] --
Master and bos'n song / by W.H. Auden [2] --
Passing the graveyard / Andrew Young --
In Tara's halls / by W.B. Yeats --
The three bushes / by W.B. Yeats --
Lapis lazuli / by W.B. Yeats --
This side of the truth / by Dylan Thomas --
In my craft or sullen art / by Dylan Thomas --
disc 6. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reads the poetry of W.B. Yeats and others : The speech of Oedipus at Colonus / by W.B. Yeats --
Three things / by W.B. Yeats --
The circus animals / by W.B. Yeats --
Leda and the swan / by W.B. Yeats --
Solomon and the witch / by W.B. Yeats --
Long-legged fly / by W.B. Yeats --
The three bushes / by W.B. Yeats [2] --
The dialogue of self and soul (excerpt) / by W.B. Yeats --
For Anne Gregory / by W.B. Yeats --
The libertine / by Louis MacNeice --
News of the World II / by George Barker) --
At the keyhole / by Walter de la Mare --
A novelette / by Louis MacNeice --
A woman's history / by W.H. Davies --
Whales, weep not / by D.H. Lawrence --
September 1, 1939 / by W.H. Auden. --
From Dylan Thomas reading from his works [2] : I knock at the door, chapter II (excerpt) / by Sean O'Casey --
Watchman, what of the night? from Nightwood / by Djuna Barnes --
disc 7. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reads a personal anthology : The collier / by Vernon Watkins --
Child lovers / by W.H. Davies --
Sacco writes to his son / by Alun Lewis --
The child on the cliffs / by Edward Thomas --
Strange meeting (parts one and two) / by Wilfred Owen --
John Kinsella's lament from Mrs. Mary Moore / by W.B. Yeats --
The leaden echo and the golden echo / by Gerard Manley Hopkins --
The ship of death / by D.H. Lawrence. --
From Dylan Thomas : return journey to Swansea : Polly Perkins / Anonymous --
Welsh incident / by Robert Graves --
Counting the beats / by Robert Graves --
Lift boy / by Robert Graves --
Old man / by Edward Thomas --
Naming of parts / by Henry Reed [2] --
O boys! O boys! / by Oliver St. John Gogarty --
My dark-headed Kathchen / by John Manifold --
Evening in the sanitarium / by Louise Bogan --
Parody 'I climb the stairs after a tedious masquerade...' / by Patrick Boland --
Senex . by John Betjeman --
On a portrait of a deaf man / by John Betjeman --
The day set for our wedding / Donagh MacDonagh --
The flying bum / by William Plomer --
disc 8. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reading from King Lear and The duchess of Malfi : King Lear, act I, scene 4, beginning "How now, my pretty knave, how dost thou?" / by William Shakespeare --
King Lear, act II, scene 4, beginning "Hear me my Lord" / by William Shakespeare --
King Lear, act III, scene 2 / by William Shakespeare --
King Lear, act IV, scene 7, beginning "Where have I been?" / by William Shakespeare --
The duchess of Malfi, act IV, scene.2, beginning "I am come to tell you your brother hath intended you some sport" . by John Webster. --
From Dylan Thomas reads a personal anthology [2] : Paradise lost book I. 242-270 / by John Milton --
Paradise lost I. 315-330 / by John Milton --
Paradise lost I. 622-663 / by John Milton --
Paradise lost II. 430-466 / by John Milton --
Paradise lost II. 681-877 / by John Milton --
Paradise lost II. 817-844 / by John Milton --
Paradise lost II. 968-987 / by John Milton --
Comus 331-342 / by John Milton --
Comus 366-385 / by John Milton --
Comus 407-475 / by John Milton --
Comus 586-608 (John Milton). --
From Dylan Thomas reads the poetry of W.B. Yeats and others [2] : Dr. Faustus, "Ah, Faustus, now hast thou but one bare hour to live..." by Christopher Marlowe --
disc 9. Billy Collins introduction. From Under Milk wood : Under Milk wood part 1 --
Under Milk wood part 2 --
Under Milk wood part 3 --
disc 10. Billy Collins introduction. From Under Milk wood [2] : Under Milk wood part 4. --
From Dylan Thomas : return journey to Swansea [2] : Return journey to Swansea (full cast). --
From An evening with Dylan Thomas : On reading poetry aloud, a BBC talk by Dylan Thomas --
If my head hurt a hair's foot [2] --
On reading poetry aloud, a BBC talk by Dylan Thomas continued --
Poem in October (It was my thirtieth year) [2]. --
From Adventures in the skin trade : Among those killed in the dawn raid was a man aged one hundred --
The force that through the green fuse --
disc 11. Billy Collins introduction. From Dylan Thomas reads from his Adventures in the skin trade and two poems : Chapter I, A fine beginning, part 4 (beginning) --
Chapter I, part 4 (conclusion) --
Chapter II, Plenty of furniture, part 1 (beginning) --
Chapter II, part 1 (conclusion) --
Chapter II, part 2 --
Chapter II, part 3 --
Chapter II, part 4.
Responsibility: [written by Dylan Thomas ; introduced by Billy Collins].

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Presents recordings of the poetry and prose of Dylan Thomas, and selected works by other authors originally produced in1952 as well as other archival recorded material from the 1950s and 1960s and recordings from the BBC and CBC.

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