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William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Players - The Tempest Album

William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Players - The Tempest Album Performer: William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Players
Title: The Tempest
Style: Monolog, Dialogue
Category: Audiobooks and files
Date of release: 1960
Size MP3: 2406 mb
Size FLAC: 1895 mb
Rating: 4.9

Tracklist

Act Four
Scene 3. The Lime-Grove Above Prospero's Cave, Close To The Summit Of The Cliff
Act Three
Scene 1 (Contd.). Before Prospero's Cell
Scene 2. A Barren Upland; The Weather Lowering
Act Five
Scene 2. The Island, A Cliff Face And The Entrance Of A Tall Cave
Scene 1 (Contd.). A Forest Glade In Another Part Of The Island
Scene 2. A Cove By The Sea
Scene 1. The Waist Of A Ship, Seas Breaking Over It
Scene 2 (Contd.). The Island, A Cliff Face And The Entrance Of A Tall Cave
The Phoenix And The Turtle
Scene 1. Before Prospero's Cell
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Act One
Scene 1. A Forest Glade In Another Part Of The Island
Act Two

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RG 216-218William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Players William Shakespeare Recorded By The Marlowe Society And Professional Players - The Tempest ‎(3xLP, Mono + Box)Argo RG 216-218UK1960
ZPR 251-3William Shakespeare The Tempest ‎(3xLP, RP + Box)Argo ZPR 251-3UK1974

Album

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