Various - Great Historical Shakespeare mp3 flac
- Album: Great Historical Shakespeare
- MP3: 1347 mb | FLAC: 1470 mb
- Released: 2000
- Rating: 4.7/5
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- Format: MIDI MP2 MP4 DTS VOC ASF AHX
Great Historical Shakespeare Recordings. Historical recordings of actors from the beginning of the recording era. CD 1: Historical Shakespeare performances by Ainley, John Barrymore, Bourchier, Casson, Forbes-Robertson, John Geilgud (1920s and 1940s).
Audio production performed by Henry Irving & Ellen Terry & John Barrymore & John Gielgud & Herbert Beerbohm Tree & Sybil Thorndike & Lawrence Olivier and many more. These 2 CDs offer a remarkable anthology of historical recordings of many of the great artists of the past. Early cylinder recordings of Sir Henry Irving preserve the voice and character of the greatest actor of the Victorian era as well as Ellen Terry, his stage partner for many years. The First CD offers a series of recordings which uniquely document the changing styles.
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Great Historical Shakespeare Recordings. Titles read by Arthur Bourchier. Great Historical Shakespeare Recordings (selections). Titles read by Lewis Waller. Titles read by Frank Benson. Johnston Forbes Robertson.
Just as Shakespeare's 'comedies' have some dark themes and tragic situations while the 'tragedies' have some high comic moments, the Shakespeare's 'history' plays contain comedy, tragedy and everything in between. I might say Marlowe’s plays are of much content and didactic elements with natural universality, while Shakespeare only stressed on the noble class men as his heroes.
Great Historical Shakespeare Recordings. William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in a half-timbered house in Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon. His father was John Shakespeare, a glove maker and wool dealer, and his mother was Mary Arden, daughter of a farmer from Wilmcote.
Shakespeare's great contribution, writing as a atist, was to eliminate the supposedly objective providential judgements of his sources, and to distribute them to appropriate spokesmen in the plays, presenting them as mere opinion. Thus the sentiments of the Lancaster myth are spoken by Lancastrians, the opposing myth is voiced by Yorkists, and the Tudor myth is embodied in Henry Tudor Where the chronicles sought to . .There was by that time" "a national historical drama, embodying the profoundest sentiments by which the English people were collectively inspired – pride in a great past, exultation in a great present, confidence in a great future.
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NotesHerbert Beerbohm Tree
Johnston Forbes Robertson
Laurel and Hardy
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