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Shakespeare's Original Pronunciation

Speeches and Scenes Performed as Shakespeare Would Have Heard Them
Auteur(s): William Shakespeare
Durée: 1 h et 15 min

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Description

How did Shakespeare sound to the audiences of his day? For the first time, this audio offers listeners the chance to hear England's greatest playwright performed by a company of actors using the pronunciation of his time.

Under the guidance of Ben Crystal, actor, author of Shakespeare on Toast, and an expert in original Shakespearian pronunciation, the company performs some of Shakespeare's best-known poems, solo speeches, and scenes from the plays. Hear new meanings uncovered, new jokes revealed, poetic effects enhanced. An essential purchase for every student and lover of Shakespeare.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

Public Domain (P)2012 The British Library Board

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  • Au global
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  • Lizatish
  • 2014-08-12

Shakespeare Done Right

If you could sum up Shakespeare's Original Pronunciation in three words, what would they be?

Enjoyable, Well Done

What about the narrators’s performance did you like?

The various narrators did a good job of acting as they recited the lines. You can almost picture them on stage.

Any additional comments?

Even if you are not interested in the original pronunciation, these are particularly well done and enjoyable to listen to.

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  • Au global
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  • Performance
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  • Histoire
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  • M-Squad
  • 2018-03-25

I want more of this!

I've spent many hours reading material printed around 1600 and those works have come to mean a lot to me. The spellings make more sense now.

I would LOVE to have more of this. Whole plays, all the sonnets. Hell, there was a ton of literature printed at the time. They could read recipe books or a treatise on farming and I'd listen to the whole thing.

I hope to eventually hear OP in my head when I read Elizabethan and early Jacobean literature.

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