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The complete works of Sir William Shakespeare (42 volumes)

The complete works of Sir William Shakespeare (42 volumes)

The complete works of Willy the Shake – the greatest collection of literature on this or any other planet!

01- The Comedy of Errors (1592 -1594)
02- The Taming of the Shrew (1593-1594)
03- The Two Gentlemen o f Verona (1594)
04- Love’s Labor’s Lost (1594-1597)
05- A Midsummer-Ni ght’s Dream (1595-1596)
06- The Merchant of Venice (1596-1597)
07- The Merry Wives of Windsor (1597-1601)
08- Much Ado About Nothing (1598-1 599)
09- As You Like It (1599)
10- Twelfth Night; or What You Will (16 01-1602)
11- Troilus and Cressida (1601-1602)
12- All’s Well that Ends Well (1601-1602)
13- Measure for Measure (1604)
14- The First Part of King Henry VI (1589-1590)
15- The Second Part of King Henry VI (1590- 1591)
16- The Third Part of King Henry VI (1590-1591)
17- The Tragedy of Richard the Third (1592-1593)
18- The Life and Death of King John ( 1594-1596)
19- The Tragedy of King Richard II (1593-1594)
20- The Firs t Part of King Henry IV (1596-1597)
21- The Second Part of King Henry IV (1598)
22- The Life of King Henry V (1599)
23- The Famous History o f the Life of Henry the Eighth (1612-1613)
24- Titus Andronicus (1593- 1594)
25- Romeo and Juliet (1595-1596)
26- Julius Caesar (1599)
27- Ha mlet, Prince of Denmark (1600-1601)
28- Othello, the Moor of Venice (1 604)
29- King Lear (1605)
30- Macbeth (1606)
31- Antony and Cleopatra (1606)
32- Coriolanus (1607-1608)
33- Timon of Athens (1607-1608)
34- Pericles (1607-1608)
35- Cymbeline (1609-1610)
36- The Winter’s Tale ( 1610-1611)
37- The Tempest (1611)
38- Venus and Adonis (1592-1593)
39- The **** of Lucrece (1593-1594)
40- Sonnets (1593-1599)
41- A Lover’s Complaint (1609)
42- The Passionate Pilgrim (1599)

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February 10, 2009 Posted by | William Shakespeare, _LITERATURE | 4 Comments

Johnny Hallyday – Hamlet [1976]

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Johnny Hallyday – Hamlet [1976]

What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculty! In form, in moving, how express and admirable! In action how like an angel! In apprehension how like a god! the beauty of the world! The paragon of animals!

And yet, to me, what is this quintessence of dust?

Man delights not me; no, nor woman neither, though, by your smiling, you seem to say so.

Hamlet, Act II, scene II
Here’s something that our pal Joe Le Taxi sent us – although he isn’t a Johnny fan!

Here, Johnny does Willy the Shake! Sounds kinda weird? It is fucking weird!

Here Johnny’s messing about with the Bard’s greatest work – and my favourite – Hamlet!! Has he no shame?!

A follisome project, and typically overblown. But some nice tunes / melodies in here.

If Johnny’s supposed to be ‘… the French equivalent of Elvis Presley’, then close your eyes for a moment and imagine Elvis singing Hamlet! Then check this!!

There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.

-Hamlet, Act II, scene II

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The album also has contributions from starfucker supreme, and future Queen of Franceland, !!

The lyrics of the tracks (look for the track’s title) can be had here: Hallyday Lyrics

38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare)


… but, do I really need to say, read Willy’s majestic play itself instead!!

Or if you’re a lazy motherfucker and/or dumb, you can listen to the great work in the magnificent Arkangel Shakespeare BOX SET we posted a few weeks back!

More Johnny info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Hallyday

Enjoy Johnny Shakespeare 😉

A nice vid for one track here:

When Autumn’s Gone/ Mort D’Ophélie – Johnny Hallyday/Carla Bruni

Tracklisting

1. Ouverture
2. Prologue
3. Le Viux Roi est Mort
4. Le Sputre du Voi
5. L’Orgie
6. Priere Ds Sputre a Hamlet
7. Roi Vivant
8. Y’Iffaurai de Ma Memaire
9. Je Suis Fou
10. On a Peur pour Lui
11. Ophilie Oh Folie
12. L’Asticot Roi
13. Je Lis
14. Quel Mal Te Bouffe
15. Doute
16. To Be or No to Be
17. Un Trone est Sans Roi
18. Tue Le
19. Ta Mere
20. Pour L’Amour
21. Le Cimetiere
22. Ecoutez (Intro)
23. Ecoutez
24. Mort D’Ophelie
25. Je L’Aimais
26. Le Duel
27. Mort D’Hamlet
28. Le Redeau Tombe

Here she be:

lix.in/-340298

(What ya mean you can’t read Arab script? Shame on you!!
In arabstar, wait a few secs, then click the shaded button 1 cm below the ZIP icon!)

All thanks to Joe Le Taxi



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September 25, 2008 Posted by | Carla Bruni, France, Johnny Hallyday, William Shakespeare, _CARTOON, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | 1 Comment

The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare: 38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare) [BOX SET]

38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare)


The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare: 38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare) [BOX SET]

AudioBook | PDF, MP3 (CBR 60 Kbps Mono) | 101h:36min | 713+706+671+673 Mb (2,7 Gb total)
Publisher: Audio Partners; Unabridged Edition | ISBN: 1932219005 | March 2003 | Language: English

Produced by Tom Treadwell and Bill Shepherd of Arkangel Productions
Directed by Clive Brill
Features Full Cast Performances
Music composed by Dominique Le Gendre

Audio file format: mp3
Total size: 2,65 Gb
(in 38 files, each file’s size is less or equal 100 Mb)
Each archive is not a multivolume rar archive.
Each file is a separate independent archive, so you only need to download the play(s) you want.

A truly magnificent resource, this.

The greatest theatrical works by the world’s greatest ever playwright, Willy the Shake.

A veritable box of beauty!

We posted this before but the links on that post seem to be dead parrots! So here it is again, mofos!

The Stellar Cast:

The works are performed by a very distinguished cast of nearly 400 actors, including Eileen Atkins, Jennifer Ehle, Joseph Fiennes, Sir Adrian Lester, John Gielgud, Alan Howard, Jane Lapotaire, Amanda Root, David Tennant, Sophie Thompson, Samuel West, Timothy West and Ciaran Hinds. Key Roles: Hamlet – Simon Russell Beale; Romeo – Joseph Fiennes; Juliet – Maria Miles; Julius Caesar – Michael Feast; Mark Antony – Adrian Lester; Macbeth – Hugh Ross; King Lear – Trevor Pea~censored~; Antony – Ciaran Hinds; Cleopatra – Estelle Kohler; Propsero – Bob Peck; Bottom – Roy Hudd; Rosalind – Niamh Cusack; Gower in Pericles – Sir John Gielgud. Most of the actors have trained with The Royal Shakespeare Company.

The Complete Shakespeare for the 21st Century. This release is of major importance: for the first time all of Shakespeare’s plays are available on CD in a single set, produced by a single creative team with an extraordinary cast, with the utmost attention to detail to guarantee a listening experience that’s accessible and enjoyable.

Arkangel Productions brings together the best of academic and entertainment industry expertise. Tom Treadwell, a university professor who specialized in Elizabethan drama, and Bill Shepherd from the world of film and TV production, worked with Clive Brill, a former BBC director/producer, to make their vision a reality. Their goal was, simply, to produce Shakespeare for the 21st Century , the definitive, ultimate audio Shakespeare. This is it – they have achieved their goal.

The creative team designed a sophisticated layering of sound and music to provide a complete audio environment. Music was composed by Dominique Le Gendre, whose award-winning talents matched the art of the performers. All the plays were recorded at one of London?s leading studios. The Sound House.

“A rhapsody of words, assembled for the ear. This venture marries scholarship and accessibility on an unmatched scale. The real strength lies in the astonishing intimacy offered by a sound recording.” — The New York Times

“To Buy or Not to Buy! Educators, lovers of theatre and great literature – take note! Late in the 1990s, Harper Row began to release on cassettes the Arkangel Complete Shakespeare, all of which I reviewed in one paper or another. Using some of the best of the young theatrical talent in Great Britain and some of the older established stars of stage and screen, the producers gave us readings of every single word of every single play by Shakespeare, including the seldom-performed “Two Noble Kinsmen” which is partially by Shakespeare.

Well, hold on! Audio Partners has been contracted to release the entire set on CDs. The trick is that you cannot purchase the individual sets but are required to purchase the entire package of 38 plays for $600. That is 98 CDs in all with a playing time of just over 101 hours! Libraries and school departments take note.

Hearing them as they were released on tape in batches of four or five, I was impressed mostly with the enormity of the project but found some things to quibble about. Casting Oberon and Titania with a pair whose voices were South African or Jamaican (no Henry Higgins, I) made some sense in that it emphasized their other-worldly-ness. So did assigning Malvolio in “Twelfth Night” to an actor with a distinct Scottish accent, but giving Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet” to the same actor was absurd. Then too there is that sudden sound effect of a train pulling out of a station in the middle of “All’s Well That Ends Well”! Granted there was a production current then that did place the play in more modern times, but when one is hearing a recording with no clue as to setting, the result was jarring and should have been omitted.

In the grander roles such as Hamlet, Othello and the like, the younger actors give modern readings which might strike some as slighting demands of the high poetry. And those who long for the grander readings can turn to the re-releases of the old Shakespeare Recording Society sets.

One great disadvantage to the cassettes is that you could locate a specific scene only with much fast forwarding. With CDs, of course, you can jump to any scene by pressing the Skip button on your player. When a scene continues onto another disc, the tracking list tells you at which line the scene picks up. The price might be prohibitive to all but an institution – but I feel that every library should find its way to purchasing the complete set in much the same way that many purchased the complete set of BBC Shakespeare videos.”

– Customer Review on Amazon.com

38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare)

“Grade 9 Up – The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare offers listeners the first-ever audio set of all 38 of William Shakespeare’s plays, unabridged and fully-dramatized. Using a cast of almost 400 actors, most of whom trained at the Royal Shakespeare Company, this set offers Shakespeare in a manner that provides the best of both worlds: the convenient mobility of the audio format and classic, dramatic readings by skilled Shakespearean actors that are reminiscent of Sir Laurence Olivier’s Shakespearean performances.

Sound effects are skillfully layered and add to the intensity of the pieces as they are presented. The quality of these CDs is remarkable. The diction is clear, the emotions are strong, and the sound effects are well-chosen, easily creating the worlds of the plays in listeners minds. The major drawback for school and public libraries is that the entire series must be purchaseda plays are not available on an individual basis.

Since most high schools teach only four Shakespearean playsa Hamlet, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and Romeo and Julieta purchasing this series in its entirety is a major investment that might be better suited to university libraries and drama departments. Public libraries can purchase the entire series for use by college students and adults as well as high school students.

Any library that does purchase this exceptionally well-done, impressive masterwork will enjoy it for years to come since Audio Partners has a lifetime replacement policy.”

– Heather J. Stockwell, Amazon.com

Audio file format: mp3

Total size: 2,65 Gb (in 38 files, each file’s size is less or equal 100 Mb)
Each archive is not a multivolume rar archive.
Each file is a separate independent archive, so you only need to download the play(s) you want.

01 – A Midsummer Nights Dream
02 – Alls Well That Ends Well
03 – Antony and Cleopatra
04 – As You Like It
05 – The Comedy of Errors
06 – Coriolanus
07 – Cymbeline
08 – Hamlet
09, 10 – Henry IV
11 – Henry V
12, 13, 14 – Henry VI
15 – Henry VIII
16 – Julius Caesar
17 – King John
18 – King Lear
19 – Love’s Labor’s Lost
20 – Macbeth
21 – Measure for Measure
22 – Merchant of Venice
23 – The Merry Wives of Winsor
24 – Much Ado About Nothing
25 – Othello
26 – Pericles
27 – Richard II
28 – Richard III
29 – Romeo and Juliet
30 – Taming of the Shrew
31 – Tempest
32 – Timon of Athens
33 – Titus Andronicus
34 – Troilus and Cressida
35 – Twelfth Night
36 – Two Gentlemen of Verona
37 – The Two Noble Kinsmen
38 – Winters Tale

Here be wonder:

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Password for each archive: englishtips.org

Thanks, Engilishtips

Thanks, http://brushupyourshakespeare.blogspot.com

Big thanks to the original poster

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August 4, 2008 Posted by | OTHER_SPOKEN WORD, William Shakespeare, _OTHER | 4 Comments

William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark – Updated Edition

William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark – Updated Edition

Cambridge University Press | ISBN:0521532523 | 2003 | PDF | 6 MB | 272 pages


A fine exploration of the greatest work of the great Willy the Shake, the sublime “Hamlet”.

What a piece of work is man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculty! in form and moving how express and admirable! In action how like an angel! In apprehension how like a God! The beauty of the world, the paragon of animals!


– Hamlet Act II, Sc. II

An incredibly well written, dark and complex work, this play has never been bettered. Nor will it.

This is the best thing I was ever forced to study in school! This and advanced trigonometry, of course!

Hamlet is 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 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.

O, that this too too solid flesh would melt,
Thaw and resolve itself into a dew!
Or that the Everlasting had not fix’d
His canon ’gainst self-slaughter! O God! God!
How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable
Seem to me all the uses


– Hamlet Act I, Sc. II

Philip Edwards deals succinctly with the exhaustive commentary and controversy which Hamlet has provoked in the manifestation of its tragic energy.

Robert Hapgood has contributed a new section on prevailing critical and performance approaches to the play in this updated edition. He discusses recent film and stage performances and actors of the Hamlet role as well as directors of the play.

His account of new scholarship stresses the role of memory in the play and the impact of feminist and performance studies upon it.

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William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (The New Cambridge Shakespeare) – Updated Edition

William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark (The New Cambridge Shakespeare) – Updated Edition

Cambridge University Press | ISBN:0521532523 | 2003 | PDF | 6 MB | 272 pages


‘The introduction and commentary reveal an author with a lively awareness of the importance of perceiving the play as a theatrical document, one which comes to life, which is completed only in performance.’ – The Review of English Studies

What a piece of work is man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculty! in form and moving how express and admirable! In action how like an angel! In apprehension how like a God! The beauty of the world, the paragon of animals!


– Hamlet Act II, Sc. II
Replete with a fine exploration by a variety of scholars, here be the greatest work of the great Willy the Shake, the sublime “Hamlet”.

An incredibly well written, dark and complex work, “Hamlet” has never been bettered. Nor will it.

This is the best thing we were ever forced to study in school! This and advanced trigonometry, of course!

Hamlet is 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 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.

O, that this too too solid flesh would melt,
Thaw and resolve itself into a dew!
Or that the Everlasting had not fix’d
His canon ’gainst self-slaughter! O God! God!
How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable
Seem to me all the uses


– Hamlet Act I, Sc. II

Philip Edwards deals succinctly with the exhaustive commentary and controversy which Hamlet has provoked in the manifestation of its tragic energy.

Robert Hapgood has contributed a new section on prevailing critical and performance approaches to the play in this updated edition. He discusses recent film and stage performances and actors of the Hamlet role as well as directors of the play.

His account of new scholarship stresses the role of memory in the play and the impact of feminist and performance studies upon it.

First Edition Hb (1985): 0-521-22151-X First Edition Pb (1985): 0-521-29366-9

Get Willy here:

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April 4, 2008 Posted by | William Shakespeare, _LITERATURE, _OTHER | Leave a comment

The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare: 38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare) [BOX SET]

38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare)


The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare: 38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare) [BOX SET]

AudioBook | PDF, MP3 (CBR 60 Kbps Mono) | 101h:36min | 713+706+671+673 Mb (2,7 Gb total)
Publisher: Audio Partners; Unabridged Edition | ISBN: 1932219005 | March 2003 | Language: English
Mirrors on Ftp2share.com: Rapidshare, Depositfiles, Filefactory and Megaupload

A magnificent resource this.

The greatest works by the world’s greatest ever playwright Willy the Shake.

A veritable box of beauty!

“To Buy or Not to Buy! Educators, lovers of theatre and great literature – take note! Late in the 1990s, Harper Row began to release on cassettes the Arkangel Complete Shakespeare, all of which I reviewed in one paper or another. Using some of the best of the young theatrical talent in Great Britain and some of the older established stars of stage and screen, the producers gave us readings of every single word of every single play by Shakespeare, including the seldom-performed “Two Noble Kinsmen” which is partially by Shakespeare.

Well, hold on! Audio Partners has been contracted to release the entire set on CDs. The trick is that you cannot purchase the individual sets but are required to purchase the entire package of 38 plays for $600. That is 98 CDs in all with a playing time of just over 101 hours! Libraries and school departments take note.

Hearing them as they were released on tape in batches of four or five, I was impressed mostly with the enormity of the project but found some things to quibble about. Casting Oberon and Titania with a pair whose voices were South African or Jamaican (no Henry Higgins, I) made some sense in that it emphasized their other-worldly-ness. So did assigning Malvolio in “Twelfth Night” to an actor with a distinct Scottish accent, but giving Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet” to the same actor was absurd. Then too there is that sudden sound effect of a train pulling out of a station in the middle of “All’s Well That Ends Well”! Granted there was a production current then that did place the play in more modern times, but when one is hearing a recording with no clue as to setting, the result was jarring and should have been omitted.

In the grander roles such as Hamlet, Othello and the like, the younger actors give modern readings which might strike some as slighting demands of the high poetry. And those who long for the grander readings can turn to the re-releases of the old Shakespeare Recording Society sets.

One great disadvantage to the cassettes is that you could locate a specific scene only with much fast forwarding. With CDs, of course, you can jump to any scene by pressing the Skip button on your player. When a scene continues onto another disc, the tracking list tells you at which line the scene picks up. The price might be prohibitive to all but an institution – but I feel that every library should find its way to purchasing the complete set in much the same way that many purchased the complete set of BBC Shakespeare videos.”

– Customer Review on Amazon.com

38 Fully-Dramatized Plays (Arkangel Shakespeare)

“Grade 9 Up – The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare offers listeners the first-ever audio set of all 38 of William Shakespeare’s plays, unabridged and fully-dramatized. Using a cast of almost 400 actors, most of whom trained at the Royal Shakespeare Company, this set offers Shakespeare in a manner that provides the best of both worlds: the convenient mobility of the audio format and classic, dramatic readings by skilled Shakespearean actors that are reminiscent of Sir Laurence Olivier’s Shakespearean performances. Sound effects are skillfully layered and add to the intensity of the pieces as they are presented. The quality of these CDs is remarkable. The diction is clear, the emotions are strong, and the sound effects are well-chosen, easily creating the worlds of the plays in listeners minds. The major drawback for school and public libraries is that the entire series must be purchaseda plays are not available on an individual basis. Since most high schools teach only four Shakespearean playsa Hamlet, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and Romeo and Julieta purchasing this series in its entirety is a major investment that might be better suited to university libraries and drama departments. Public libraries can purchase the entire series for use by college students and adults as well as high school students. Any library that does purchase this exceptionally well-done, impressive masterwork will enjoy it for years to come since Audio Partners has a lifetime replacement policy.”

– Heather J. Stockwell, Amazon.com


Table of Contents

Table of Contents Part 01:
Antony and Cleopatra
All’s Well That Ends Well
As You Like It
Comedy of Errors
Coriolanus
Cymbeline
Henri VIII
Hamlet
King Lear

Table of Contents Part 02:
Henri IV parts 1 & 2
Henri V
Henri VI parts 1, 2 & 3
Julius Caesar
King John
Love’s Labor’s Lost

Table of Contents Part 03:
Macbeth
Much Ado About Nothing
Measure For Measure
A Midsummer Nights Dream
Merchant of Venice
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Othello
Pericles
Romeo And Juliet
Titus Andronicus

Table of Contents Part 04:
The Tempest
Troilus and Cressida
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Twelfth Night
Timon of Athens
Richard II
Richard III
Taming of the Shrew
The Two Noble Kinsman
Winter’s Tale


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April 4, 2008 Posted by | OTHER_SPOKEN WORD, William Shakespeare, _OTHER | Leave a comment