ptmt
» » William Shakespeare - Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark

William Shakespeare - Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark herunterladen

William Shakespeare - Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark herunterladen Darsteller: William Shakespeare
Titel: Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark
Stil: Audiobook
Etikett: Naxos Audiobooks
# Cat: NA412412C
Land: Germany
FLAC album: 2143 mb
MP3 album: 1065 mb
Bewertung: 4.9
Genre: Nicht Musik

Trackliste

1Scene 3: PLONIUS Yet Here, Laertes? Aboard, Aboard, For Shame!4:24
2Scene 2: HAMLET Oh, The Recorders. Let Me See One1:32
3Scene 1: HAMLET To Be, Or Not To Be, That Is The Question2:43
4Scene 13:07
5Scene 2: HAMLET O, What A Rogue And Peasant Slave Am I!3:41
6Scene 13:19
7Scene 51:05
8Scene 1: HAMLET Nymph, In Thy Orisons/Be All My Sins Remembered.2:53
9Scene 2: GUILDENSTERN There Are The Players.2:13
10Scene 1: OPHELIA Oh What A Noble Mind Is Here O'erthrown!2:28
11Scene 4: HAMLET Look Here Upon This Picture, And On This2:06
12Scene 2: OSRIC Your Lordship Is Right Welcome Back To Denmark.6:02
13Scene 23:02
14Scene 27:16
15Scene 1: HAMLET Alas Poor Yorick! I Knew Him Horatio,2:04
16Scene 5: LAERTES O Heat Dry Up My Brains, Tears Seven Times Salt4:11
17 Act 1
18Scene 7: GERTRUDE There Is A Willow Grows Askant A Brook2:05
19Scene 7: LAERTES I Bought An Unction Of A Mountebank1:45
20Scene 32:54
21Scene 4: GERTRUDE This Is The Very Coinage Of Your Brain5:01
22Scene 4: HAMLET Save Me And Hover O'er Me With Your Wings,1:45
23Scene 2: POLPONIUS You Go To Seek The Lord Hamlet, There He Is5:57
24Scene 5: LAERTES O Thou Vile King1:56
25Scene 2: LUCIANUS Thoughts Black, Hands Apt, Drugs Fit, And Time Agreeing2:56
26Scene 61:34
27Scene 2: POLONIUS My Liege, And Madam, To Expostulate4:02
28Scene 2: GERTRUDE But Look Where Sadly The Poor Wretch Comes Reading2:42
29Scene 2: Hamlet O That This Too Too Solid Flesh Would Melt,6:21
30Scene 31:44
31Scene 4: HAMLET Angels And Ministers Of Grace Defend Us!2:37
32Scene 24:15
33Scene 3: HAMLET Now Might I Do It Pat, Now A Is A-Praying2:62
34 Act 2
35Scene 1: HAMLET But Soft, But Soft! Aside - Here Comes The King,4:43
36Scene 13:55
37 Act 4
38Scene 1: CLOWN In Youth When I Did Love, Did Love,5:36
39Scene 13:42
40Scene 18:57
41 Act 5
42Scene 41:35
43Scene 2: FORTINBRAS Where Is This Sight?4:12
44Scene 3: CLAUDIUS Oh My Offence Is Rank, It Smells To Heaven2:33
45Scene 2: HAMLET They Are Coming To The Play3:29
46Scene 24:20
47Scene 42:17
48Scene 2: HAMLET Y'Are Welcome Masters, Welcome All2:27
49Scene 21:06
50Scene 2: PLAYER 'Fulle Thirty Times Hath Phoebus' Cart Gone Round'5:02
51 Act3
52Scene 50:34
53Scene 2: HAMLET 'Tis Now The Very Witching Time Of Night,0:53
54Scene 5: GHOST I Am Thy Father's Spirit5:16
55Scene 2: PLAYER Anon He Finds Him/Striking Too Short At Greeks;4:00
56Scene 2: CLAUDIUS Come Hamlet, Come And Take This Hand From Me.9:09
57Scene 41:19
58Scene 77:38
59Scene 2: OPHELIA My Lord, As I Was Sewing In My Closet1:58
60Scene 33:33
61Scene 4: HAMLET How All Occasions Do Inform Against Me2:24
62Scene 5: OPHELIA Where Is The Beauteous Majesty Of Denmark?4:23
63Scene 5: HAMLET O All You Host Of Heaven! O Earth! What Else?5:05

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NA412412William Shakespeare Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark ‎(4xCD, Album)Naxos AudiobooksNA412412Germany1997

Credits

  • Music ByTansman, Gorecki, Norgard, Holmboe, Lawes, Lutoslawski
  • OrchestraPolish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, The Danish Radio Sinfonietta, Moscow Symphony Orchestra
  • OrganTimothy Roberts
  • Soprano VocalsZofia Kilanowicz
  • Voice Actor [Barnardo]David Timson
  • Voice Actor [Claudius]Edward de Souza
  • Voice Actor [Fortinbras/reynaldo]Paul Panting
  • Voice Actor [Gertrude]Susan Engel
  • Voice Actor [Ghost]Geoffrey Whitehead
  • Voice Actor [Guildenstern]Peter Yapp
  • Voice Actor [Hamlet]Anton Lesser
  • Voice Actor [Horatio]Sean Baker
  • Voice Actor [Laertes]Jamie Glover
  • Voice Actor [Marcellus/cornelius]Benjamin Soames
  • Voice Actor [Ophelia]Emma Fielding
  • Voice Actor [Osric/francisco/voltimand]Richard Pearce
  • Voice Actor [Polonius]Peter Jeffrey
  • Voice Actor [Rosencrantz]Gavin Muir

Hinweise

As William Shakespeare - Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark, but for different inlays & booklet

This recording includes musical sections by:
-Gorecki, "Symphony No 3"
-Tansman, "Concerto for Orchestra"
-Lawes, "Consort Music"
-Holmboe, "Chamber Concertos"
-Lutoslawski, "Symphony No 4"
-Norgard, "A Drummer's Tale Episode One"

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 9780521625609

Album

The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, often shortened to Hamlet ˈhæmlɪt, is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare sometime between 1599 and 1601. It is Shakespeare's longest play with 30,557 words. Set in Denmark, the play depicts Prince Hamlet and his revenge against his uncle, Claudius, who has murdered Hamlet's father in order to seize his throne and marry Hamlet's mother. Scene 4: HAMLET Angels And Ministers Of Grace Defend Us 2:37. CD1-08. Scene 5. CD1-09. Scene 5: GHOST I Am Thy Father's Spirit. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, usually shortened to just Hamlet, was written by William Shakespeare sometime between 1599-1602. It is arguably one of his most famous tragedies. The lines from Hamlet's monologue in act three that begin To be, or not to be. have been studied and are widely known even amongst those that are otherwise unfamiliar with Shakespeare's work. Even in Shakespeare's own lifetime, Hamlet would have been performed multiple times and considered remarkably influential. Its appeal has not lessened over time. The play is set in Denmark an. William Shakespeare. Released 1609. Hamlet Tracklist. Hamlet the character, too, is big: he dominates the play, speaking over 1,400 lines and covering pretty well every form of expression in the process: verse, prose, dense wordplay, proto-existentialist musing, and plenty of dark humor. The play exists in an array of different forms. It has been interpreted almost continuously since its Elizabethan debut around the turn of the seventeenth century, and translated into most major languages. Primary Artists Lit Genius & William Shakespeare. Writers William Shakespeare. More William Shakespeare albums. As You Like It. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Shakespeare homepage Hamlet Entire play. ACT I. SCENE I. Good Hamlet, cast thy nighted colour off, And let thine eye look like a friend on Denmark. Do not for ever with thy vailed lids Seek for thy noble father in the dust: Thou know'st 'tis common all that lives must die, Passing through nature to eternity. When the king of Denmark, Prince Hamlets father, suddenly dies, Hamlets mother, Gertrude, marries his uncle Claudius, who becomes the new king. A spirit who claims to be the ghost of Hamlets father describes his murder at the hands of Claudius and demands that Hamlet avenge the killing. 1913 Frank Benson opened the Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare Festival with Richard II the troupe also performed Henry IV, Part 2, Richard III, Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, and Hamlet this season. 1914 William Poel revived his production of Hamlet at the Little Theatre in London Esme Percy played Hamlet Loney, I: 72. Fortunately, William Shakespeare was intelligent enough to model his play Hamlet, Prince of Denmark on reality. He comes to present the state and ruling class of Denmark as in decay compared to the previous eras, whilst displaying Prince Hamlet as a righteous man increasingly afflicted by his environment, as if plagued with a disease. Prince Hamlet is the last upright nobleman and remains the last obstacle to the flood of depravity, only to be drowned in its relentless tides. His last and desperate action of killing Claudius ends the disease, bringing forth a new dynasty that strengthens and upholds the moral integrity of Denmark, free from the reins of the old regime. Бесплатный фрагмент - Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. William Shakespear. Драма Поэзия Ужасы и мистика Электронная Печатная А5 Русский. Together with that fair and warlike form. In which the majesty of buried Denmark. Did sometimes march By heaven I charge thee speak. William Shakespeare 15641616. The Oxford Shakespeare. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Act II. Scene II. A Room in the Castle. Enter KING, QUEEN, ROSENCRANTZ, GUILDENSTERN, and Attendants. Welcome, dear Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Our hasty sending. Something have you heard. Of Hamlets transformation so I call it, Since nor the exterior nor the inward man. Resembles that it was. What it should be. More than his fathers death, that thus hath put him. So much from the understanding of himself . Hamlet, Prince of Denmark - A BBC Radio Classic Drama - Продолжительность: 3:51:21. Hamlet: The 1964 Studio Album Starring. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare Full