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William Shakespeare, The Marlowe Dramatic Society And Professional Players - Titus Andronicus Scaricare Gratis

William Shakespeare, The Marlowe Dramatic Society And Professional Players - Titus Andronicus Scaricare Gratis

Interprete: William Shakespeare, The Marlowe Dramatic Society And Professional Players
Titolo: Titus Andronicus
Paese: UK
Numero di catalogo: ZPR 215-7
Etichetta: Argo
Rilasciato: 1963
Stile: Spoken Word
Valutazione: 4.0
Voti: 083

Tracklist

1Act III Scene 2
2Act II Scene 4, Act III Scene 1
3Act V Scene 1
4Act II, Scenes 1.2.3
5Act IV Scenes 3,4
6Act IV Scenes 1,2
7Act I, Scene 1
8Act V Scenes 2, 3

Crediti

  • CoverArthur Wragg
  • Directed ByGeorge Rylands
  • Edited ByJohn Dover Wilson
  • Music DirectorThurston Dart
  • Voice Actor [A Nurse]Barbara Lott
  • Voice Actor [Aaron]Peter Orr
  • Voice Actor [Aemilius]Roger Croucher
  • Voice Actor [Bassianus]John Tydeman
  • Voice Actor [Chiron]Anthony Jacobs
  • Voice Actor [Clown]Peter Woodthorpe
  • Voice Actor [Demetrius]David Rowe-Beddoe
  • Voice Actor [Lavina]Susan Maryott
  • Voice Actor [Lucius]Frank Duncan
  • Voice Actor [Marcus Andronicus]Tony Church
  • Voice Actor [Martius]Richard Marquand
  • Voice Actor [Mutius]Roger Clissold
  • Voice Actor [Publius]Bob Jones
  • Voice Actor [Quintus]Gordon Gardner
  • Voice Actor [Romans & Goths]David King , George Rylands, Philip Strick
  • Voice Actor [Saturninus]Dennis Arundell
  • Voice Actor [Tamora]Jill Balcon
  • Voice Actor [Titus Andronicus]William Devlin
  • Voice Actor [Young Lucius]Jean England

Notes

Under the auspices of The British Council.
Notes issued in association with Cambridge University Press.

Printed by MacNeill Press London

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