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Sounds Good, 101 poems to be heard, a Faber & Penguin anthology 2 x tapes

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The poems in this lovely Faber & Penguin anthology, are all read by Samantha Bond, Timothy West, and the late actor Tim Pigott-Smith, plus an introduction by Christopher Reid.

Side One :-
1) Samuel T Coleridge - Kubla Khan 2) W B Yeats - Byzantium 3) William Wordsworth - The World is too Much with us 4) D H Lawrence - Bavarian Gentians 5) Andrew Marvell - Bermudas 6) Elizabeth Bishop - The Bight 7) John Masefield - Cargoes 8) Robert L Stevenson - From a Railway Carriage 9) William Shakespeare - When Icicles Hang the Wall 10) Anon Sweet Suffolk Owl, so Trimly Dight 11) Edward Thomas - Adlestrop 12) William Cornish - Pleasure it is 13) Philip Larkin - Trees 14) Ted Hughes - Thistles 15) Edward Thomas - Words 16) George Herbert - The Son 17) Tony Harrison - Earthen Lot 18) Paul Muldoon - Quoof 19) John Clare - Clock a Clay 20) Sylvia Plath - Mushrooms 21) Robert Burns - To a Mouse 22) D H Lawrence - Mosquito 23) Harold Massingham - Spider 24) William Blake - Tyger.
Side Two :-
1) Christopher Smart - For I will Consider my Cat Jeoffrey 2) William Carlos W - Poem 3) Robert Browning - A Toccata of Galuppi's 4) Hilaire Belloc - Tarantella 5) Theodore Roethke - My Papa's Waltz 6) Louis MacNeice - Bagpipe Music 7) Alfred Lord Tennyson - Splendour falls on Castle Walls 8) George Herbert - Heaven 9) Thomas Hood - Nocturnal Sketch 10) Bernard Spencer - Morning in Madrid 11) Robert Bridges - London Snow 12) Andrew Young - Snow 13) Gerard M Hopkins - Hurrahing in Harvest 14) Walt Whitman - Flow on, River 15) Thomas Hardy - Weathers 16) Alfred Lord Tennyson - Mariana 17) Anna Wickham - Fired Pot 18) Ben Jonson - Still to be Neat, Still to be Dressed 19) Robert Browning - Love in a Life 20) Richard Lovelace - La Bella Bona Roba.
Side Three :-
1) William Blake - Garden of Love 2) William Shakespeare - Phoenix and the Turtle 3) John Donne - Apparition 4) A E Housman - her Strong Enchantments Failing 5) Charles Causley - Nursery Rhyme of Innocence & Experience 6) Sir Walter Scott - Proud Maisie is in the Wood 7) Anon - Twa Corbies 8) John Keats - La Bella Dame sans Merci 9) Thomas Hardy - Phantom Horsewoman 10) Walter de la Mare - Listeners 11) Edwin Muir - Merlin 12) John Donne - Batter my Heart, Three-Personned God 13) George Herbert - Collar 14) Ben Jonson - On my First Son 15) Hugh McDiarmid - Empty Vessel 16) Wilfred Owen - Anthem for Doomed Youth 17) Wallace Stevens - Emperor of Ice-Cream 18) Andrew Young - Passing the Graveyard 19) William Wordsworth - Childless Father 20) William Cowper - Poplar Field 21) Emily Dickinson - I Heard a Fly Buzz - When I Died 22) John Donne - Death, be not Proud 23) Dylan Thomas - Do not go Gentle into that Good Night 24) Sylvia Plath - You're ... 25) Paul Muldoon - The Birth 26) Ted Hughes - Full Moon & Little Friends 27) Seamus Heaney - Death of a Naturalist 28) Emily Dickinson - A Narrow Fellow in the Grass 29) John Clare - Recollections after an Evening Walk.
Side Four :-
1) Matthew Arnold - Dover Beach 2) W H Auden - Lullaby 3) Andrew Marvell - To his Coy Mistress 4) Hugo Williams - Dinner with my Mother 5) Ted Hughes - The Thought-Fox 6) Gerard M Hopkins - As Kingfishers Catch Fire 7) Seamus Heaney - Anahorish 8) Wallace Stevens - Nomad Exquisite 9) Sir Walter Raleigh - To his Son 10) Thomas Campion - Thrice Toss these Aaken Ashes in the Air 11) Stevie Smith - My Cats 12) W H Auden - Our Bias 13) William Shakespeare - Like as the Waves make Towards the Pebbled Shore 14) Christina Rossetti - Remember 15) Louis MacNeice - Sunlight in the Garden 16) Wendy Cope - In the Rhine Valley 17) Leigh Hunt - Jenny Kiss'd me when we met 18) George Gordon & Lord Byron - So, we'll go no more a-Roving 19) Emily Bronte - Fall, Leaves, Fall 20) Elizabeth Bishop - Sestina 21) Emily Dickinson - After Great Pain, a Formal Feeling Comes 22) Wilfred Owen - Exposure 23) Edward Thomas - Rain 24) Samuel T Coleridge - Frost at Midnight 25) Thomas Campion - Now Winter Nights Enlarge ... & two more love poems.

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Author(s):
Various Poets
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Cassette tape
Publisher:
Penguin / Faber
Title:
Sounds Good

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The poems in this lovely Faber & Penguin anthology, are all read by Samantha Bond, Timothy West, and the late actor Tim Pigott-Smith, plus an introduction by Christopher Reid.

Side One :-
1) Samuel T Coleridge - Kubla Khan 2) W B Yeats - Byzantium 3) William Wordsworth - The World is too Much with us 4) D H Lawrence - Bavarian Gentians 5) Andrew Marvell - Bermudas 6) Elizabeth Bishop - The Bight 7) John Masefield - Cargoes 8) Robert L Stevenson - From a Railway Carriage 9) William Shakespeare - When Icicles Hang the Wall 10) Anon Sweet Suffolk Owl, so Trimly Dight 11) Edward Thomas - Adlestrop 12) William Cornish - Pleasure it is 13) Philip Larkin - Trees 14) Ted Hughes - Thistles 15) Edward Thomas - Words 16) George Herbert - The Son 17) Tony Harrison - Earthen Lot 18) Paul Muldoon - Quoof 19) John Clare - Clock a Clay 20) Sylvia Plath - Mushrooms 21) Robert Burns - To a Mouse 22) D H Lawrence - Mosquito 23) Harold Massingham - Spider 24) William Blake - Tyger.
Side Two :-
1) Christopher Smart - For I will Consider my Cat Jeoffrey 2) William Carlos W - Poem 3) Robert Browning - A Toccata of Galuppi's 4) Hilaire Belloc - Tarantella 5) Theodore Roethke - My Papa's Waltz 6) Louis MacNeice - Bagpipe Music 7) Alfred Lord Tennyson - Splendour falls on Castle Walls 8) George Herbert - Heaven 9) Thomas Hood - Nocturnal Sketch 10) Bernard Spencer - Morning in Madrid 11) Robert Bridges - London Snow 12) Andrew Young - Snow 13) Gerard M Hopkins - Hurrahing in Harvest 14) Walt Whitman - Flow on, River 15) Thomas Hardy - Weathers 16) Alfred Lord Tennyson - Mariana 17) Anna Wickham - Fired Pot 18) Ben Jonson - Still to be Neat, Still to be Dressed 19) Robert Browning - Love in a Life 20) Richard Lovelace - La Bella Bona Roba.
Side Three :-
1) William Blake - Garden of Love 2) William Shakespeare - Phoenix and the Turtle 3) John Donne - Apparition 4) A E Housman - her Strong Enchantments Failing 5) Charles Causley - Nursery Rhyme of Innocence & Experience 6) Sir Walter Scott - Proud Maisie is in the Wood 7) Anon - Twa Corbies 8) John Keats - La Bella Dame sans Merci 9) Thomas Hardy - Phantom Horsewoman 10) Walter de la Mare - Listeners 11) Edwin Muir - Merlin 12) John Donne - Batter my Heart, Three-Personned God 13) George Herbert - Collar 14) Ben Jonson - On my First Son 15) Hugh McDiarmid - Empty Vessel 16) Wilfred Owen - Anthem for Doomed Youth 17) Wallace Stevens - Emperor of Ice-Cream 18) Andrew Young - Passing the Graveyard 19) William Wordsworth - Childless Father 20) William Cowper - Poplar Field 21) Emily Dickinson - I Heard a Fly Buzz - When I Died 22) John Donne - Death, be not Proud 23) Dylan Thomas - Do not go Gentle into that Good Night 24) Sylvia Plath - You're ... 25) Paul Muldoon - The Birth 26) Ted Hughes - Full Moon & Little Friends 27) Seamus Heaney - Death of a Naturalist 28) Emily Dickinson - A Narrow Fellow in the Grass 29) John Clare - Recollections after an Evening Walk.
Side Four :-
1) Matthew Arnold - Dover Beach 2) W H Auden - Lullaby 3) Andrew Marvell - To his Coy Mistress 4) Hugo Williams - Dinner with my Mother 5) Ted Hughes - The Thought-Fox 6) Gerard M Hopkins - As Kingfishers Catch Fire 7) Seamus Heaney - Anahorish 8) Wallace Stevens - Nomad Exquisite 9) Sir Walter Raleigh - To his Son 10) Thomas Campion - Thrice Toss these Aaken Ashes in the Air 11) Stevie Smith - My Cats 12) W H Auden - Our Bias 13) William Shakespeare - Like as the Waves make Towards the Pebbled Shore 14) Christina Rossetti - Remember 15) Louis MacNeice - Sunlight in the Garden 16) Wendy Cope - In the Rhine Valley 17) Leigh Hunt - Jenny Kiss'd me when we met 18) George Gordon & Lord Byron - So, we'll go no more a-Roving 19) Emily Bronte - Fall, Leaves, Fall 20) Elizabeth Bishop - Sestina 21) Emily Dickinson - After Great Pain, a Formal Feeling Comes 22) Wilfred Owen - Exposure 23) Edward Thomas - Rain 24) Samuel T Coleridge - Frost at Midnight 25) Thomas Campion - Now Winter Nights Enlarge ... & two more love poems.

Author(s):
Various Poets
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Cassette tape
Publisher:
Penguin / Faber
Title:
Sounds Good

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