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by William Shakespeare,Warren Mitchell,Martin Jarvis

Download Merchant of Venice: A BBC Radio 4 Full-cast Dramatisation. Starring Warren Mitchell  Martin Jarvis (BBC Radio Collection) ePub
  • ISBN 0563553715
  • ISBN13 978-0563553717
  • Language English
  • Author William Shakespeare,Warren Mitchell,Martin Jarvis
  • Publisher BBC Audiobooks Ltd (April 3, 2000)
  • Formats lrf lit txt mbr
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Dramas and Plays
  • Size ePub 1472 kb
  • Size Fb2 1800 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 819

A dramatic and complex comedy. Love, bigotry, greed and justice are entwined in this clear, fast-moving production, where the precision ofthe radio gives and added resonance to the powerful words of the famous trial scene.

contains 2 tapes and comes with a booklet inside the case. A radio dramatization of Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice". The play is introduced by Richard Eyre, former Director of The Royal National Theatre.

contains 2 tapes and comes with a booklet inside the case. Offered by the UK charity Langdon: supporting young men and women with disabilities. The sleeve notes include a scene-by-scene synopsis, full character analysis, and an essay on interpretation from the producer. 0%. 3 star3 star (0%).

William Shakespeare Merchant of Venice a Bbc Radio 4 Full-Cast Dramatisation. Starring Warren Mitchell & Martin Jarvis (BBC Radio Collection). ISBN 13: 9780563553717. Merchant of Venice a Bbc Radio 4 Full-Cast Dramatisation.

Complete your William Shakespeare Starring Warren Mitchell, Martin Jarvis And Samuel West collection. Notes: First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 18 November 1996 Starring Warren Mitchell, Martin Jarvis and Samuel West ‎. Tracklist. Act 1 Scene 1: In Sooth I Know Not Why I Am So Sad? Act 1 Scene 2: By My Troth Nerissa. Act 1 Scene 3: Three Thousand Ducats Signor Bassanio. Act 2 Scene 1: Mislike Me Nor For My Complexion.

The audio drama, which begins recording today in a secret London location, has a cast including Colin Morgan (Merlin, The Fall) as Newton Pulsifer, Josie Lawrence (Skins, EastEnders) as Agnes Nutter and Paterson Joseph (Peep Show, Green Wing) as Famine, as well as a host of delightful cameos, from the Gardeners' Question Time team to Neil and Terry themselves.

The Merchant of Venice, produced for radio by BBC Radio 4 in 1996 (released in 2000). One mp3 file, 1h:59m. Director Peter Kavanagh Writer William Shakespeare Music Barrington Pheloung Adaptor for Radio Peter Kavanagh Cast Warren Mitchell Shylock Martin Jarvis Antonio Samuel West Bassanio Juliet Aubrey Portia Ron Cook Gratiano Andrew Branch Colin McFarlane Prince of Morocco David Collings David Morrisey Lorenzo David Timson Denys Hawthorne Duke of Venice Georgia Mitchell Jessica John Hartley John Turner (2) Prince of Arragon Paul Jenkins Ross.

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Narrated by: Warren Mitchell, Martin Jarvis, Samuel West, and others . Length: 2 hrs and 1 min. Original Recording. Three classic radio productions from the BBC archives starring Hannah Gordon, Tim Pigott-Smith, Paul Scofield and a host of celebrated acting talent. These three legendary plays, performed by some of the best-known theatrical actors of the 20th century, are the perfect way to commemorate England's greatest dramatist. The Merchant of Venice is a 16th-century play by William Shakespeare in which a merchant in Venice must default on a large loan provided by a Jewish moneylender. It is believed to have been written between 1596 and 1599.

Written by William Shakespeare, Audiobook narrated by Warren Mitchell, Martin Jarvis, Samuel West, Full Cast

Written by William Shakespeare, Audiobook narrated by Warren Mitchell, Martin Jarvis, Samuel West, Full Cast. By: William Shakespeare. Narrated by: full cast. Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins.

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Gom
So here it is. The one and only review that is less than 4 stars. I might be so pretentious as to rank myself among the top Jocelyn Pook fans in the U.S. but ranks mean nothing once you cut through the nitty gritty.

A bit of history. I've been chasing this album down for two years, but since it has been discontinued, the price has been ranging from $45 to $125. When I finally found a decently priced copy, I snatched it up with giddy glee and anxiously watched my mailbox for two weeks until it arrived. Much to my disappointment, this album is woefully average. What's worse is that the album actually regresses as it goes along. I realize that it was written as as a film score so she wasn't able to be as creative as with "Flood" or her self-titled masterpiece, but Vangelis was able to make the transition, so I wonder why she fell short? All of the songs featuring Andreas Scholl are like fingernails on chalkboard. The rest are more or less enjoyable ("A spectacular Procession" aside), but none of them stand out as breathtaking the way "Dionysus", "Take Off Your Veil", "Migrations" or "Goya's Nightmare" do. The only quasi stand-out track (IMO) is "You Drop manna" and it's a whopping 1:04 in length. Overall, I'm thrilled to have this in my collection as it is certainly listenable all the way through (nearly), but it lacks the depth of emotion I felt when I stumbled across her other two projects.
Qus
I am a big fan of movie soundtracks. I have a few favorite composers that I collect. Jocelyn Pook was not one of them, but now has been added to my list. I ordered the movie originally because I love Shakespeare adaptations, and Al Pacino and this one, The Merchant of Venice had received good reviews. I loved it. Especially because of the music, which seems to wind seamlessly through the film. There are 26 tracks on the disc, ranging from 1 minute to 4 1/2 minutes. It includes background mood music and complete songs. Without a doubt, my favorite it a long piece which plays during the movie and all through the ending credits, called Bridal Ballad. For that alone, I would have bought the whole CD. But happily the rest of it is sublime.
Whitebinder
What a beautiful collection of music from the movie, "The Merchant of Venice". It is the first CD I listen to each time I get into my car. Every track is unbelievably moving, from the Jewish songs to the mid-evil voices and strings. Some are haunting and others, uplifting...always leaves me wanting more of the same.This music is great for meditation or will calm you in rush hour traffic. The lyrics are exceptional and are written by John milton, William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Luys de Narvaez and Clara Sanabras.
Rainpick
Al Pacino is a revelation in this film -- he is at the topic of his art form. Smart, nuanced and sensitive portrayal of a story most know from Shakespeare -- but few know how to share it with such force and subtle accountability. This is one of the most controversial plays by Shakespeare -- and this film sets the standard. A standard not just for this play, but for Shakespeare plays brought to film in general. The musical score also sets this film and story apart -- wonderfully matched and poignant.
kinder
Une bande son assez austère et éloignée de la musique élisabethaine, qui correspond cependant l'atmosphère du film.
Ochach
I am a HUGE fan of Ms Pook. Her previous albums, Flood and Untold Things, would be on my desert island short list, to be sure. Her work is hypnotic, original, powerful, devastating, and breathtakingly BEAUTIFUL. The music usually conveys a deep sadness, creating a mood of contemplative introspection. "Merchant" is no exception. With supremely gorgeous singing from Andreas Scholl and young Hayley Westerna, as well as perfect intrumentals, this work is highly evocative of Elizabethan England while suggesting the more ancient and middle eastern foundation that characterizes Pook's finest efforts. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Jare
The music has been specially composed for the film. Of course, based on historical patterns from the times in which the plot is set. It has an unusual illustration power.
I bought the MP3 album because I really liked the movie and the sound track to it was fantastic. All the songs were good but my favorite was the Bridal Ballad.