William Shakespeare - Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark download mp3 album
Prince Hamlet is the title role and protagonist of William Shakespeare's c. 1600 tragedy Hamlet. He is the Prince of Denmark, nephew to the usurping Claudius, and son of King Hamlet, the previous king of Denmark
Здесь вы можете прочитать книгу William Shakespeare Hamlet, Prince of Denmark бесплатно. 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. Ham. Ay, madam, it is common. If it be, Why seems it so particular with thee? Ham.
William Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (Play, 1601, 110 pages). This title is not on Your Bookshelf. 0, 10 books on shelf). ACT I. 1. Scene I. Elsinore. c) 2003-2012 LiteraturePage. com and Michael Moncur.
Alternative Titles: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. The First Folio version was taken from a second quarto of 1604 that was based on Shakespeare’s own papers with some annotations by the bookkeeper. Kenneth Branagh (left) as Hamlet, with Julie Christie as his mother, Gertrude, in Branagh's 1996 film version of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Hamlet: soliloquyA discussion of William Shakespeare's use of soliloquy in Hamlet. Courtesy of Folger Shakespeare Library; CC-BY-SA . ( A Britannica Publishing Partner).
The Prince of Denmark, Hamlet is in Germany in pursuit of education. Suddenly he is called to Denmark to attain the funeral of his father. When he comes home, he is shocked to see his mother Gertrude already to his uncle, Claudius and he himself has declared the king. Claudius has neglected the fact that the rightful heir to the throne is Prince Hamlet. After observing the situation, Hamlet smells a rat and doubts his uncle.
Claudius, King of Denmark. Hamlet, son to the former, and nephew to the present king. Polonius, Lord Chamberlain. Horatio, friend to Hamlet. Laertes, son to Polonius. What art thou that usurp'st this time of night Together with that fair and warlike form In which the majesty of buried Denmark Did sometimes march? By heaven I charge thee speak! Mar.
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, or more simply Hamlet, is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between 1599 and 1601. The play, set in Denmark, recounts how Prince Hamlet exacts revenge on his uncle Claudius, who has murdered Hamlet's father, the King, and then taken the throne and married Gertrude, Hamlet's mother. The play vividly charts the course of real and feigned madness-from overwhelming grief to seething rage-and explores themes of treachery, revenge, incest, and moral corruption. Claudius, King of Denmark
Huda Aweys Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, who shows him the ghost of his father, King (named Hamlet also) on the night and ask him to take revenge for his death, an. oreHamlet, Prince of Denmark, who shows him the ghost of his father, King (named Hamlet also) on the night and ask him to take revenge for his death, and succeed Hamlet a. He's got 99 problems and his dysfunctional family is the biggest one. The prince of Denmark is not a happy camper. He wants to kill his uncle aka the king to avenge his father.
|CD1-03||Scene 2: Hamlet O That This Too Too Solid Flesh Would Melt,||6:21|
|CD1-05||Scene 3: PLONIUS Yet Here, Laertes? Aboard, Aboard, For Shame!||4:24|
|CD1-07||Scene 4: HAMLET Angels And Ministers Of Grace Defend Us!||2:37|
|CD1-09||Scene 5: GHOST I Am Thy Father's Spirit||5:16|
|CD1-10||Scene 5: HAMLET O All You Host Of Heaven! O Earth! What Else?||5:05|
|CD2-02||Scene 2: OPHELIA My Lord, As I Was Sewing In My Closet||1:58|
|CD2-04||Scene 2: POLONIUS My Liege, And Madam, To Expostulate||4:02|
|CD2-05||Scene 2: GERTRUDE But Look Where Sadly The Poor Wretch Comes Reading||2:42|
|CD2-06||Scene 2: POLPONIUS You Go To Seek The Lord Hamlet, There He Is||5:57|
|CD2-07||Scene 2: GUILDENSTERN There Are The Players.||2:13|
|CD2-08||Scene 2: HAMLET Y'Are Welcome Masters, Welcome All||2:27|
|CD2-09||Scene 2: PLAYER Anon He Finds Him/Striking Too Short At Greeks;||4:00|
|CD2-10||Scene 2: HAMLET O, What A Rogue And Peasant Slave Am I!||3:41|
|CD3-02||Scene 1: HAMLET To Be, Or Not To Be, That Is The Question||2:43|
|CD3-03||Scene 1: HAMLET Nymph, In Thy Orisons/Be All My Sins Remembered.||2:53|
|CD3-04||Scene 1: OPHELIA Oh What A Noble Mind Is Here O'erthrown!||2:28|
|CD3-06||Scene 2: HAMLET They Are Coming To The Play||3:29|
|CD3-07||Scene 2: PLAYER 'Fulle Thirty Times Hath Phoebus' Cart Gone Round'||5:02|
|CD3-08||Scene 2: LUCIANUS Thoughts Black, Hands Apt, Drugs Fit, And Time Agreeing||2:56|
|CD3-09||Scene 2: HAMLET Oh, The Recorders. Let Me See One||1:32|
|CD3-10||Scene 2: HAMLET 'Tis Now The Very Witching Time Of Night,||0:53|
|CD3-12||Scene 3: CLAUDIUS Oh My Offence Is Rank, It Smells To Heaven||2:33|
|CD3-13||Scene 3: HAMLET Now Might I Do It Pat, Now A Is A-Praying||2:62|
|CD3-15||Scene 4: HAMLET Look Here Upon This Picture, And On This||2:06|
|CD3-16||Scene 4: HAMLET Save Me And Hover O'er Me With Your Wings,||1:45|
|CD3-17||Scene 4: GERTRUDE This Is The Very Coinage Of Your Brain||5:01|
|CD4-05||Scene 4: HAMLET How All Occasions Do Inform Against Me||2:24|
|CD4-07||Scene 5: OPHELIA Where Is The Beauteous Majesty Of Denmark?||4:23|
|CD4-08||Scene 5: LAERTES O Thou Vile King||1:56|
|CD4-09||Scene 5: LAERTES O Heat Dry Up My Brains, Tears Seven Times Salt||4:11|
|CD4-12||Scene 7: LAERTES I Bought An Unction Of A Mountebank||1:45|
|CD4-13||Scene 7: GERTRUDE There Is A Willow Grows Askant A Brook||2:05|
|CD4-15||Scene 1: CLOWN In Youth When I Did Love, Did Love,||5:36|
|CD4-16||Scene 1: HAMLET Alas Poor Yorick! I Knew Him Horatio,||2:04|
|CD4-17||Scene 1: HAMLET But Soft, But Soft! Aside - Here Comes The King,||4:43|
|CD4-19||Scene 2: OSRIC Your Lordship Is Right Welcome Back To Denmark.||6:02|
|CD4-20||Scene 2: CLAUDIUS Come Hamlet, Come And Take This Hand From Me.||9:09|
|CD4-21||Scene 2: FORTINBRAS Where Is This Sight?||4:12|
- Music By – Tansman*, Gorecki*, Norgard*, Holmboe*, Lawes*, Lutoslawski*
- Orchestra – Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, The Danish Radio Sinfonietta, Moscow Symphony Orchestra*
- Organ – Timothy Roberts
- Soprano Vocals – Zofia 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
NotesAs 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"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9780521625609
|NA412412||William Shakespeare||Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark (4xCD, Album)||Naxos Audiobooks||NA412412||Germany||1997|