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Beatrice Lillie / Cyril Richard / Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Edward Lear album

Beatrice Lillie / Cyril Richard / Stanley Holloway - Nonsense Verse Of Edward Lear album Performer: Beatrice Lillie
Title: Nonsense Verse Of Edward Lear
Style: Spoken Word, Poetry
Date of release: 1957
Size MP3: 1595 mb
Size FLAC: 1681 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: ADX AAC VQF AUD DXD TTA AU

랙 목록 숨기기 크레딧. A1. How Pleasant To Know Mr. Lear. A2. There Was A Young Person Of Smyrna. A3. There Was An Old Man Who Said "Hush!" Read By – Ritchard. A4. There Was An Old Person Of Sark. A5. The Old Two Batchelors.

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Beatrice Lillie - Humpty Dumpty's Poem 02:01. Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Richard - Mr. And Mrs. Discobbolos 04:37. Cyril Richard - The Mad Gardener's Song 01:43. Beatrice Lillie - Jabberwocky 01:25. Lewis Carroll, Beatrice Lillie - The Mock Turtle's Song 01:39. Cyril Richard - Father William 01:19. Cyril Richard - The Walrus And The Carpenter 04:11. Cyril Richard - The Owl And The Pussycat 01:19. The Nonsense Verse Of Carroll & Lear - Beatrice Lillie, Cyril Ritchard, Stanley Holloway

Edward Lear (12 May 1812, Holloway – 29 January 1888, Sanremo) was an English artist, illustrator, musician, author and poet, now known mostly for his literary nonsense in poetry and prose and especially his limericks, a form he popularised.

Lear accepted Stanley's offer of residency at Knowsley Hall while the work was in progress; he stayed there off and on from 1832 to 1837. Like nonsense verse as a whole, it influenced such twentieth-century aesthetic movements as surrealism and the theater of the absurd. It also, however, contains themes unique to Lear's personal experience.

Nonsense Verse Of Carroll & Lear.

For many readers, Edward Lear's illustrations of his nonsense verses are as important as the verses. The wit, satire, and incisiveness of his verses are captured perfectly in his accompanying sketches. In the introduction, Lord writes: ''Many will feel that (Lear's illustrations) should be left well alone and that there is no point in re-doing what has already been done with inimitable finesse by the author himself

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A1 How Pleasant To Know Mr. Lear
Read By – Holloway*
A2 There Was A Young Person Of Smyrna
Read By – Lillie*
A3 There Was An Old Man Who Said "Hush!"
Read By – Ritchard*
A4 There Was An Old Person Of Sark
Read By – Holloway*
A5 The Old Two Batchelors
Read By – Ritchard*
A6 There Was A Young Lady Whose Bonnet
Read By – Lillie*
A7 There Was A Young Lady Whose Chin
Read By – Holloway*
A8 There Was An Old Man With A Gong
Read By – Ritchard*
A9 There Was An Old Man Of Whitehaven
Read By – Lillie*
A10 There Was An Old Man In A Tree
Read By – Ritchard*
B1 The Pobble Who Has No Toes
Read By – Holloway*
B2 There Was A Young Lady Of Parma
Read By – Lillie*
B3 There Was An Old Man Of The Nile
Read By – Ritchard*
B4 There Was An Old Man Who Said "Well!"
Read By – Holloway*
B5 There Was An Old Person Of Crowle
Read By – Lillie*
B6 Mr. And Mrs. Discobbolos
Read By – Lillie*, Ritchard*
B7 The Duck And The Kangaroo
Read By – Holloway*
B8 There Was An Old Person Of Dutton
Read By – Ritchard*
B9 There Was An Old Man On Some Rocks
Read By – Lillie*
B10 There Was An Old Man Of Dunluce
Read By – Holloway*

Credits

  • Directed By – Howard O. Sackler*

Notes

Laminated flipback picture sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TCE▽104▽A▽1//420
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TCE▽104▽B▽1//420