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SHAKESPEARE, W.: King Richard III (Unabridged)

    

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SHAKESPEARE, W.: King Richard III (Unabridged)

Kenneth Branagh heads an outstanding cast in playing one of Shakespeare’s strongest characters. The eighth production in the widely admired series of Shakespeare plays presented by Naxos AudioBooks in association with Cambridge University Press.



Disc 1

  King Richard III
1.   Act 1 Scene 1 (Outside the Tower of London): Richard: Now is the winter of our discontent... 00:03:45
2.   Act 1 Scene 1 (Outside the Tower of London): Richard: Dive thoughts down to my soul... 00:03:30
3.   Act 1 Scene 1 (Outside the Tower of London): Richard: But who comes here The new - delivered Hastings 00:00:56
4.   Act 1 Scene 1 (Outside the Tower of London): Richard: He cannot live, I hope, and must not die... 00:01:17
5.   Act 1 Scene 2 (Near the Tower of London): Anne: Set down, set down, your honourable load 00:01:59
6.   Act 1 Scene 2 (Near the Tower of London): Richard: Stay, you that bear the corpse and set it down... 00:10:27
7.   Act 1 Scene 2 (Near the Tower of London): Richard: Was ever woman in this humour wooed 00:02:05
8.   Act 1 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Edward's palace): Rivers: Have patience, madam. There's no doubt his majesty... 00:07:00
9.   Act 1 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Edward's palace): Margaret: Hear me, you wrangling pirates, that fall out... 00:08:37
10.   Act 1 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Edward's palace): Richard: I do the wrong, and first begin to brawl 00:00:47
11.   Act 1 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Edward's palace): Richard: But soft, here come my executioners... 00:00:49
12.   Act 1 Scene 4 (A room in the Tower of London): Keeper: Why looks your grace so heavily today 00:05:13
13.   Act 1 Scene 4 (A room in the Tower of London): First Murderer: Ho, who's here 00:08:45
14.   Act 2 Scene 1 (London: A room in King Edward's palace): King Edward: Why, so. Now have I done a good day's work... 00:05:47
15.   Act 2 Scene 1 (London: A room in King Edward's palace): King Edward: Have I a tongue to doom my brother's death... 00:03:23
16.   Act 2 Scene 2 (London: A room in King Edward's palace): Boy: Good grandam, tell us, is our father dead 00:08:45


Disc 2

  King Richard III
1.   Act 2 Scene 3 (London: a street): First Citizen: Good morrow, neighbour. Whither away so fast 00:02:52
2.   Act 2 Scene 4 (London: a room in King Edward's palace): Archbishop: Last night, I heard, they lay at Stony Stratford... 00:03:40
3.   Act 3 Scene 1 (London: a street): The trumpets sound. Buckingham: Welcome, sweet prince, to London, to your chamber 00:04:42
4.   Act 3 Scene 1 (London: a street): Buckingham: Now in good time, here comes the Duke of York 00:02:36
5.   Act 3 Scene 1 (London: a street): Buckingham: Think you, my lord, this little prating York... 00:02:52
6.   Act 3 Scene 2 (Outside the house of Lord Hastings): Messenger: My lord! My lord! 00:05:36
7.   Act 3 Scene 3 (Yorkshire: Pontefract Castle): Rivers: Sir Richard Ratcliffe, let me tell thee this... 00:01:28
8.   Act 3 Scene 4 (A room in the Tower of London): Hastings: Now, noble peers, the cause why we are met... 00:04:07
9.   Act 3 Scene 4 (A room in the Tower of London): Hastings: Woe, woe for England, not a whit for me 00:01:55
10.   Act 3 Scene 5 (The courtyard in the Tower of London): Richard: Come, cousin, canst thou quake and change thy colour... 00:03:47
11.   Act 3 Scene 5 (The courtyard in the Tower of London): Richard: Go after, after, cousin Buckingham 00:01:50
12.   Act 3 Scene 6 (London: the scrivener's house): Scrivener: Here is the indictment of the good Lord Hastings 00:01:12
13.   Act 3 Scene 7 (London: the courtyard of Baynard's Castle): Richard: How now, how now, what say the citizens... 00:02:09
14.   Act 3 Scene 7 (London: the courtyard of Baynard's Castle): Buckingham: Now, Catesby, what says your lord to my request 00:01:53
15.   Act 3 Scene 7 (London: the courtyard of Baynard's Castle): Mayor: See where his grace stands, 'tween two clergymen 00:08:35
16.   Act 4 Scene 1 (Outside the Tower of London): Duchess: Who meets us here My niece Plantagenet... 00:06:02
17.   Act 4 Scene 2 (London: the throne - room of the palace): A fanfare sounds. Richard: Stand all apart. Cousin of Buckingham 00:03:14
18.   Act 4 Scene 2 (London: the throne - room of the palace): Richard Come hither, Catesby. Rumour is abroad... 00:02:24
19.   Act 4 Scene 2 (London: the throne - room of the palace): Buckingham: My Lord... 00:00:43
20.   Act 4 Scene 2 (London: the throne - room of the palace): Richard: Thou troublest me; I am not in the vein 00:00:36
21.   Act 4 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Richard's palace): Tyrrell: The tyrannous and bloody act is done... 00:01:56
22.   Act 4 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Richard's palace): Tyrrell: All health, my sovereign lord 00:00:32
23.   Act 4 Scene 3 (London: a room in King Richard's palace): Richard: The son of Clarence have I pent up close... 00:01:22


Disc 3

  King Richard III
1.   Act 4 Scene 4 (London: outside King Richard's palace): Margaret: So now prosperity begins to mellow... 00:09:27
2.   Act 4 Scene 4 (London: outside King Richard's palace): Richard: Who intercepts me in my expedition 00:03:17
3.   Act 4 Scene 4 (London: outside King Richard's palace): Elizabeth: Though far more cause, yet much less spirit to curse... 00:12:00
4.   Act 4 Scene 4 (London: outside King Richard's palace): Ratcliffe: Most mighty sovereign, on the western coast... 00:05:08
5.   Act 4 Scene 5 (The house of Stanley, Earl of Derby): Stanley: Sir Christopher, tell Richmond this from me... 00:01:19
6.   Act 5 Scene 1 (Salisbury, a place of execution): Buckhingham: Will not King Richard let me speak with him 00:02:09
7.   Act 5 Scene 2 (Tamworth: the camp of Richmond): Richmond: Fellows in arms, and my most loving friends... 00:01:21
8.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richard: Here pitch our tent, even here in Bosworth field 00:01:06
9.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richmond: The weary sun hath made a golden set 00:01:16
10.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richard: What is't o'clock 00:01:20
11.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Stanley: Fortune and victory sit on thy helm 00:01:41
12.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richmond: O thou whose captain I account myself 00:00:48
13.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Ghost of Prince Edward [To Richard]: Let me sit heavy on thy soul tomorrow 00:05:29
14.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richard: Give me another horse! Bind up my wounds! 00:03:02
15.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Lords: Good morrow, Richmond 00:00:42
16.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richmond: More than I have said, loving countrymen... 00:01:58
17.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richard: What said Northumberland as touching Richmond 00:01:46
18.   Act 5 Scene 3 (Bosworth Field): Richard: What shall I say more than I have inferred 00:02:35
19.   Act 5 Scene 4 (Bosworth: the battlefield): Catesby: Rescue, my Lord of Norfolk, rescue, rescue... 00:00:47
20.   Act 5 Scene 5 (Bosworth: the battlefield): Richmond: God, and your arms be praised, victorious friends! 00:01:21
21.   Act 5 Scene 5 (Bosworth: the battlefield): Richmond: Inter their bodies as becomes their births... 00:01:56

Total Playing Time: 03:19:36






Author(s):
Shakespeare, William

Reader(s):
Farrell, Nicholas; Gonet, Stella; Maloney, Michael; McEwan, Geraldine

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Plays - Shakespeare

Period: Renaissance

Catalogue No: NA321712

Barcode: 9789626342176

Physical Release: 06/2001

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