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In their own voices : a century of recorded poetry

Author: Rebekah Presson MosbyDavid McLeesWalt WhitmanW B YeatsRobert FrostAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Rhino Records, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Poets read their own work, recorded at various times and places.
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Genre/Form: Collections
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Rebekah Presson Mosby; David McLees; Walt Whitman; W B Yeats; Robert Frost; Gertrude Stein; Wallace Stevens; William Carlos Williams; Ezra Pound; Marianne Moore; Edna St Vincent Millay; E E Cummings; Robert Graves; Stephen Vincent Benét; Langston Hughes; Ogden Nash; Robert Penn Warren; Stanley Kunitz; W H Auden; Theodore Roethke; Stephen Spender; May Sarton; Muriel Rukeyser; David Ignatow; William Stafford; Dylan Thomas; John Ciardi; Robert Lowell; William Meredith; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Charles Bukowski; Howard Nemerov; Mona Van Duyn; Richard Wilbur; Jack Kerouac; Lisel Mueller; Allen Ginsberg; John Ashbery; Galway Kinnell; W S Merwin; James Wright; Anne Sexton; Maya Angelou; Adrienne Rich; Richard Howard; Derek Walcott; Gary Snyder; Sylvia Plath; David Ray; John Updike; Dan Jaffe; Amina Baraka; Leonard Cohen; Audre Lorde; Marge Piercy; Mark Strand; Paul Zimmer; Lucille Clifton; Diane Wakoski; Michael S Harper; Charles Simic; Al Young; Joseph Brodsky; Erica Jong; Joseph Bruchac; Sharon Olds; James Tate; Tess Gallagher; James Ragan; Anne Waldman; Adrian Louis; Juan Felipe Herrera; Carolyn Forché; Edward Hirsch; Joy Harjo; Carmen Tafolla; Jimmy Santiago Baca; Rita Dove; Luci Tapahonso; Donald Revell; Luis Rodríguez; Li-Young Lee; Rhino Records.
ISBN: 1568266936 9781568266930
OCLC Number: 213435549
Notes: Compact disc.
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Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (46 p. : ill., ports. ; 25 cm.)
Contents: v. 1: Walt Whitman / America --
William Butler Yeats / The lake of Innisfree ; The song of the old mother --
Robert Frost / The road not taken ; Birches ; The gift outright --
Gertrude Stein / If I told him: A complete portrait of Picasso --
Wallace Stevens / So & so reclining on her couch --
William Carlos Williams / The red wheelbarrow ; To Elsie --
Ezra Pound / Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (excerpt) --
Marianne Moore / Bird-witted --
Edna St. Vincent Millay / Recuerdo ; Love is not all --
e.e. cummings / next to of course god america ; anyone lived in a pretty how town --
Robert Graves / To Juan at the winter solstice --
Steven Vincent Benet (sic) / The opening of the battle of Gettysburg --
Langston Hughes / The negro speaks of rivers ; Ballad of the gypsy ; Mulatto --
Ogden Nash / Portrait of the artist as a prematurely old man --
Robert Penn Warren / Love recognized --
Stanley Kunitz / King of the river --
W.H. Auden / In memory of W. B. Yeats (part 1). v. 2: Theodore Roethke / I knew a woman ; Elegy for Jane --
Stephen Spender / Rough ; Thoughts during an air raid --
May Sarton / My sisters, o my sisters --
Muriel Rukeyser / In our time ; Despissals ; The ballad of orange and grape --
David Ignatow / The world is so difficult to give up ; This is the solution, to be happy with slaughter... ; Here I am, with mike in hand, shooting down the rapids ; I killed a fly... ; What about dying?... --
William Stafford / Scars ; It is --
Dylan Thomas / Do not go gentle into that good night ; If I were tickled by the rub of love --
John Ciardi / Happiness --
Robert Lowell / The old flame ; Skunk hour ; Epilogue --
William Meredith / Crossing over --
Lawrence Ferlinghetti / See it was like this when... ; Underwear --
Charles Bukowski / The secret of my endurance --
Howard Nemerov / Thanksgrieving --
Mona Van Duyn / Sonnet for minimalists --
Richard Wilbur / Shame ; Apology ; Love calls us to the things of this world --
Jack Kerouac / American haikus (excerpt) --
Lisel Mueller / Monet refuses the operation --
Allen Ginsberg / America --
John Ashbery / Song --
Galway Kinnell / After making love we hear footsteps ; Last gods. v. 3: W.S. Merwin / The river bees --
James Wright / A blessing --
Anne Sexton / The truth the dead know ; All my pretty ones --
Maya Angelou / Phenomenal women --
Richard Howard / Even in Paris (excerpt) --
Adrienne Rich / Diving into the wreck --
Derek Walcott / Omeros (excerpt) --
Gary Synder / The song of the taste ; How poetry comes to me ; Why I take good care of my Macintosh computer --
Sylvia Path / Daddy ; Ariel --
David Ray / The greatest poem in the world --
John Updike / An oddly lovely day alone --
Dan Jaffe / Learning about Easter and Passover --
Amiri Baraka (sic) / Bang, bang outishly ; Rhythim blues ; Shazam Doowah --
Leonard Cohen / The story of Isaac--
Audre Lorde / Dahomey --
Marge Piercy / Putting the good things away ; Right to life --
Mark Strand / Keeping things whole ; The way it is ; The poem --
Paul Zimmer / Zimmer imagines heaven --
Lucille Clifton / yes Lord, he was born... ; cruelty. v.4: Diane Wakoski / I have had to learn to live with my face --
Michael S. Harper / Dear John, dear Coltrane --
Charles Simic / We were so poor... ; I was stolen by gypsies... ; Everybody knows the story... --
Al Young / Lester leaps in ; For poets ; A dance for militant diletantes --
Joseph Brodsky / Odysseus to Telemachus --
Erica Jong / Ode to my shoes --
Joseph Bruchac / Prayer ; Translator's son --
Sharon Olds / Wonder --
James Tate / The lost pilot --
Tess Gallagher / One kiss --
James Ragan / The tent people of Beverly Hills --
Anne Waldman / Uh oh Plutonium --
Adrian Louis / The fine printing on the label of a bottle of non-alcohol beer ; The sweat lodge --
Juan Felipe Herrera / Logan Heights & the world --
Carolyn Forché / The colonel --
Edward Hirsch / Wild gratitude --
Joy Harjo / For Anna Mae Picton Aquash --
Carmen Tafolla / Tia Sophia --
Jimmy Santiago Baca / This is number 26 ; I am offering you this poem --
Rita Dove / Parsley --
Luci Tapahonso / Raisin eyes --
Donald Revell / The children's undercroft --
Luis Rodriguez / The concrete river ; Tia Chucha --
Li-Young Lee / My father, in heaven, is reading out loud.
Other Titles: Century of recorded poetry
Responsibility: compilation produced for release by Rebekah Presson and David McLees.

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