Romeo and Juliet 3 Audio CD Set: Performed by Michael Sheen & Cast

Romeo and Juliet 3 Audio CD Set: Performed by Michael Sheen & Cast

CD-Audio New Cambridge Shakespeare (Naxos Audio)

By (author) William Shakespeare, By (author) Naxos Audiobooks

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  • Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Format: CD-Audio | 3 pages
  • Dimensions: 122mm x 145mm x 23mm | 159g
  • Publication date: 28 November 1997
  • Publication City/Country: Cambridge
  • ISBN 10: 0521625629
  • ISBN 13: 9780521625623
  • Sales rank: 304,170

Product description

Using the complete, unabridged text established in the New Cambridge Shakespeare edition, Naxos are making an audio version of Romeo and Juliet. With the CDs, the listener may listen to individual scenes or speeches by the use of access points. The set of three CDs or tapes is accompanied by notes and a play synopsis. It features Michael Sheen and Kate Beckinsale as the lovers, supported by Fiona Shaw as the Nurse and Heathcote Williams as Friar Lawrence. The CUP versions feature the New Cambridge Shakespeare design and logo.

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'These tapes are invaluable not just because of the quality of the diction and presentation but because they are based on the complete text as established by Philip Edwards for the New Cambridge Shakespeare edition of the plays. They may be used in conjunction with the plays or simply listened to for the sheer joy of hearing Shakespeare's wonderful language without having to endure the absurdities of so many modern productions.' Contemporary Review 'Well worth acquiring for any good audio collection.' AVL-Multimedia Information 'The CD jacket boasts of a performance of 'the complete text: fully dramatised' - a Shakespearean purist's dream ... a comprehensive and faithful treatment of the play'. Cahiers Elisabethains