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King Richard III Audio CD Set (3 CDs) (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 3 mai 2001


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So-so 30 janvier 2012
Par speedoSanta - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you want to hear the play spoken while you read along in the companion volume with no significant gaps, then this will do the job. Having said that, I wasn't overly pleased with the production. Kenneth Branagh's voice just sounds too boyish/nice guy to me to be a convincing Richard III. His anger comes across as peevishness and his evil more like naughtiness. And I didn't like the music or the sound effects. The percussion sounds were especially annoying as I had the volume turned up to discern the actors' enunciations and then there would come at several points an explosive bang, which was supposed to be a door slamming or something. It was just jarring and disruptive.
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not good for listening 22 septembre 2010
Par Michael Platt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Travelling from Texas to Vermont, back from Vermont to Texas, out to Utah to teach and back, and on a lot of excursions from all three base camps, I like to listen to books, history ones fit best with driving, and a lot of plays, especially Shakespeare, which I teach, and I like Kenneth Branaugh's work; so I looked forward to this performance, but the soft lines in this audio of Richard III are too soft to hear at all, even turned up as far as possible, and the loud lines are way too loud. Torture. I stopped listening.
Why can't Cambridge Shakespeare achieve what all other groups do speaking Shakespeare.
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