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John Barrymore - John Barrymore Reads Shakespeare Vol. 2 Album

John Barrymore - John Barrymore Reads Shakespeare Vol. 2 Album

Performer: John Barrymore
Title: John Barrymore Reads Shakespeare Vol. 2
Style: Spoken Word
Cat#: LPA 2281
Country: US
Label: Audio Rarities
Size MP3 version: 1822 mb
Size FLAC version: 2173 mb
Size WMA version: 2476 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 727
Genre: Audiofiles / Radio & TV

John Barrymore - John Barrymore Reads Shakespeare Vol. 2 Album


Tracklist

1Twelfth Night (Sir Toby And Marvolio)
2Richard III (Richard Plots Murder)
3Twelfth Night (Marvolio's Scene With Olivia)
4Hamlet (The Actors Have Come)
5Richard III (Scene With Buckingham)
6Macbeth (Witch's Scene)
7Twelfth Night (Sir Toby And Sir Andrew)
8Richard III (Scene With Elizabeth)
9Richard III (Scene With Prince)
10Macbeth (Scene With Lady Macbeth)
11Macbeth (Is This A Dagger?)
12Hamlet (Duel And Death)
13Hamlet (Closet Scene)
14Richard III (Lady Anne Scene)

Notes

John Barrymore Reads Shakespeare. The source appears to be selected passages from NBC's "Streamlined Shakespeare," six 45-minute broadcasts from the summer of 1937, five years before John Barrymore' death.

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Album

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