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The Essential Dylan Thomas


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Facts
Item number NA434312
Barcode 9789626343432
Release date 3/1/2005
Category Plays
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 4
Performers
Classical Artist Various Artists
Disc: 1
1 First Voice: To begin at the beginning 00:05:12 Bebb, Richard Burton, Richard
2 First Drowned: Remember me, Captain? 00:01:38 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
3 First Voice: From where you are... 00:00:30 Bebb, Richard Burton, Richard
4 Mr Edwards: Myfanwy Price! 00:01:18 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
5 First Voice: Come now, drift up the dark... 00:01:44 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
6 Mother: This little piggy... 00:02:16 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
7 First Voice: Now, in her iceberg-white... 00:00:43 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
8 Mrs Ogmore-Pritchard: Mr Ogmore! 00:01:09 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
9 First Voice: In Butcher Beynon's... 00:00:28 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
10 Organ Morgan: Help! cries Organ Morgan... 00:00:28 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
11 First Voice: At the sea end of town... 00:00:27 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
12 Utah Watkins: (Yawning) Thirty four, thirty five.. 00:03:07 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
13 First Voice: Now behind the eyes and secrets... 00:02:54 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
14 First Voice: Time passes. Listen. Time passes 00:01:58 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
15 Rev. Eli Jenkins: Dear Gwalia! I know there are... 00:02:00 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
16 First Voice: Now, woken at last by the out-of-bed. 00:00:23 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
17 Lily Smalls: Oh, there's a face! 00:02:14 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
18 First Voice: Mary Ann the Sailors... 00:02:39 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
19 First Voice: Now frying-pans spit... 00:01:19 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
20 First Voice: Mr and Mrs Cherry Owen... 00:01:32 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
21 First Voice: From Beynon Butchers in Coronation St 00:01:10 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
22 First Voice: Up the street, in the Sailor's Arms.. 00:02:38 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
23 Captain Cat: (Softly, to himself) Maggie Richards, 00:03:50 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
24 First Voice: People are moving now, up and down... 00:03:28 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
25 First Voice: There's the clip clop of horses... 00:00:46 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
26 First Woman: Mrs Ogmore-Pritchard 00:01:01 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
27 First Voice: Outside, the sun springs down... 00:01:32 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
28 First Voice: And in Willy Nilly the Postman's dark 00:02:34 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
29 Second Voice: ...herring gulls heckling down to th 00:02:07 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
30 First Voice: The music of the spheres is heard dis 00:02:33 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
31 Polly Garter: I loved a man whose name was Tom... 00:03:44 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
32 First Voice: And the morning school is over... 00:02:45 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
33 First Voice: And the shrill girls giggle and muste 00:01:46 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
34 Gossamer Beynon: I don't care if he is common... 00:01:12 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
35 First Voice: In the blind-drawn dark dining-room o 00:03:31 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
36 First Voice: Lord Cut-Glass, in his kitchen full o 00:04:41 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
37 First Voice: Captain Cat, at his window... 00:04:12 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
38 First Voice: The child says, and then she forgets 00:01:23 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
Disc: 2
1 Second Voice: The afternoon buzzes like lazy bees. 00:03:58 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
2 First Voice: Now the town is dusk 00:00:58 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
3 Mr Pritchard: You first, Mr Ogmore 00:01:30 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
4 Rev. Eli Jenkins: Every morning, when I wake... 00:01:52 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
5 First Voice: Dusk is drowned forever until tomorro 00:01:57 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
6 First Voice: Blind Captain Cat climbs into his bun 00:00:57 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
7 First Voice: Mr Mog Edwards and Miss Myfanwy Price 00:01:16 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
8 First Voice: The thin night darkens 00:00:46 Burton, Richard Bebb, Richard
9 Narrator: It was a cold white day in the High Stre 00:04:58 Thomas, Dylan
10 Narrator: I went out of the hotel into the snow... 00:06:02 Thomas, Dylan
11 Narrator: And he hurried on, into the dervish snow 00:05:23 Thomas, Dylan
12 Narrator: The Hall is shattered... 00:05:55 Thomas, Dylan
13 Narrator: Even now, on the frozen foreshore... 00:04:37 Thomas, Dylan
14 Quite early one morning in the winter in Wales... 00:03:19 Thomas, Dylan
15 The town was not yet awake 00:03:16 Thomas, Dylan
16 And climbing down again and up out of the town... 00:03:01 Thomas, Dylan
17 Oh, the town was waking now... 00:02:50 Thomas, Dylan
18 Lament 00:04:23 Thomas, Dylan
19 Poem on his birthday 00:06:43 Thomas, Dylan
20 And death shall have no dominion 00:01:51 Thomas, Dylan
21 Fern Hill 00:03:52 Thomas, Dylan
22 Do not go gentle into that good night 00:01:10 Thomas, Dylan
Disc: 3
1 One Christmas was so much like another in those ye 00:05:12 Madoc, Philip
2 Now out of that bright white snowball of Christmas 00:04:08 Madoc, Philip
3 We returned home through the desolate poor sea-fac 00:02:58 Madoc, Philip
4 The grass-green cart, with 'J. Jones, Gorsehill' p 00:05:06 Hughes, Jason
5 He backed the mare into Union Street... 00:06:34 Hughes, Jason
6 'Can I go and see the pigs?' 00:04:51 Hughes, Jason
7 Gwilym's chapel was the last old barn before the f 00:04:26 Hughes, Jason
8 The best room smelt of moth balls and fur... 00:06:44 Hughes, Jason
9 Down the thick dingle Jack and I ran shouting... 00:07:07 Hughes, Jason
10 Our door was open 00:05:22 Hughes, Jason
11 In the middle of the night I woke... 00:03:32 Hughes, Jason
12 In the morning I woke from a dream of fiery horses 00:02:15 Hughes, Jason
13 When we came to Llanstephan village... 00:04:35 Hughes, Jason
14 'Where are we going?' I asked 00:03:00 Hughes, Jason
Disc: 4
1 It was six o'clock on a winter's evening 00:04:47 Sheen, Michael
2 The barmaid, with gold hair and two gold teeth in 00:04:18 Sheen, Michael
3 Outside Rabiotti's cafe, Leslie said... 00:04:50 Sheen, Michael
4 All over the dripping town... 00:03:51 Sheen, Michael
5 If you can call it a story 00:04:06 Madoc, Philip
6 On Sunday evening, after Bethesda... 00:04:21 Madoc, Philip
7 The charabanc drew up outside... 00:04:56 Madoc, Philip
8 Time clouded over, the cows wondered... 00:03:35 Madoc, Philip
9 The force that through the green fuse drives the f 00:01:27 Madoc, Philip
10 The conversation of prayers 00:01:32 Bebb, Richard
11 A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child 00:01:13 Madoc, Philip
12 Elegy 00:01:15 Madoc, Philip
13 Poem in October 00:02:55 Hughes, Jason
14 The hunchback in the park 00:01:41 Madoc, Philip
15 A Winter's Tale 00:08:48 Bebb, Richard
16 In my craft or sullen art 00:00:51 Hughes, Jason
17 Lie still, sleep becalmed 00:01:08 Hughes, Jason
18 Fern Hill 00:03:31 Bebb, Richard
19 Over Sir John's hill 00:03:20 Madoc, Philip
20 Poem on his Birthday 00:05:46 Sheen, Michael
21 Do not go gentle into that good night 00:01:21 Madoc, Philip
22 Lament 00:03:19 Madoc, Philip
23 Was there a time 00:00:36 Madoc, Philip
24 And death shall have no dominion 00:01:58 Sheen, Michael
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