Beowulf [sound recording] : a dramatic reading in the original language.

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vtls000600894
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Provo, Utha : Chaucer Studio, 2002.
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3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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$a 3 sound discs : $b digital ; $c 4 3/4 in.
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$a CD1: 1. Introduction (lines 1-52) -- 2. The building of Heorot by Hrothgar (53-85) -- 3. The Ravages of Grendel (lines 86-188) -- 4. Beowulf's voyage, reception in Denmark (lines 189-498) -- 5. Flyting between Beowulf and Unferth; greeting by Wealbtbew, Beowrlf's boast to conquer Grendel or die (lines 499-661) -- 6. The watch for Grendel (lines 662-709) -- 7. The fight with Grendel (lines 710-836) -- 8. The rejoicing of the retainers (lines 837-924) -- 9. Hrothgar's blessing (lines 925-990)
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$a CD2: 1. Royal entertainment in Heorot: Hrothgar's gifts; the scop's story of finnsburg; wealbtheow's gift to Beowulf and request that he support her sons (lines 991-1250) -- 2. The attack by Grendel's mother (lines 1251-1320) -- 3. The conversation between Hrothgar and Bewulf (lines 1321-1398) -- 4. The expedition to Grendel's mere (lines 1399-1491) -- 5. The fight with Grendel's mother (lines 1492-1590) -- 6. The Geats' waiting for Beowulf's reture form the mere; the trumphal return to Heorot (lines 1591-1650) -- 7. Speeches by Beowulf and Hrothgar (lines 1651-1784) -- 8. The parting of the Geats and the Danes (lines 1785-1887) -- 9. The bomeward voyage (lines 1888-1962) -- 10. Beowulf's narrative of his adventures and his prediction of troubles between the Heatbobards and the Danes (lines 1963-2151) -- 11. Beowulf and Hygelac: the sharing of gifts (lines 2151-2199)
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$a CD3: 1. The robbing of the hoard, the history fo the hoard, and the ravages of the dragon (lines 2200-2323) -- 2. Preparation for the fight with the dragon (lines 2324-2537) -- 3. The fight with the dragon (lines 2538-2711a) -- 4. Beowulf's death; his last speech to Wiglaf (lines 2711b-3136) -- 5. Wiglaf's rebuke of the companions; the messenger's announcement of the king's death (lines 2821-3030a) -- 6. The scene of the fight: clearing the fated hoard, pushing the dragon into the sea, and bearing Beowulf to Hronesnœsse (lines 3030b-3136) -- 7. The funeral of Beowulf: the pyre, the grief-song of the geatish woman, the burying of Beowulf's ashes and the fated hoard in the barrow at Hronesnœsse, and the Lay in honor of Beowulf's life (lines 3137-3182).
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$a Tom Rendall, narrator ; Harvey DeRoo, Beowulf ; Robert Stevick, Hrothgar ; Tom Burton, Wulfgar, Unferth, Finnsburg Scop, Messenger ; Thomas Chase, Wiglaf ; Kamal Fox, Coast guard, Last survivor ; Mary-Ann Stouck, Wealhtheow ; Stephen Partridge, Hyelac.
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$a Music performed by Doug Chan.
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$a Recorded at the Simon Fraser University Audio/Visual Center, July 2000.
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$a Compact discs.
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$a Read in Old English.
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內容註
CD1: 1. Introduction (lines 1-52) -- 2. The building of Heorot by Hrothgar (53-85) -- 3. The Ravages of Grendel (lines 86-188) -- 4. Beowulf's voyage, reception in Denmark (lines 189-498) -- 5. Flyting between Beowulf and Unferth; greeting by Wealbtbew, Beowrlf's boast to conquer Grendel or die (lines 499-661) -- 6. The watch for Grendel (lines 662-709) -- 7. The fight with Grendel (lines 710-836) -- 8. The rejoicing of the retainers (lines 837-924) -- 9. Hrothgar's blessing (lines 925-990)
CD2: 1. Royal entertainment in Heorot: Hrothgar's gifts; the scop's story of finnsburg; wealbtheow's gift to Beowulf and request that he support her sons (lines 991-1250) -- 2. The attack by Grendel's mother (lines 1251-1320) -- 3. The conversation between Hrothgar and Bewulf (lines 1321-1398) -- 4. The expedition to Grendel's mere (lines 1399-1491) -- 5. The fight with Grendel's mother (lines 1492-1590) -- 6. The Geats' waiting for Beowulf's reture form the mere; the trumphal return to Heorot (lines 1591-1650) -- 7. Speeches by Beowulf and Hrothgar (lines 1651-1784) -- 8. The parting of the Geats and the Danes (lines 1785-1887) -- 9. The bomeward voyage (lines 1888-1962) -- 10. Beowulf's narrative of his adventures and his prediction of troubles between the Heatbobards and the Danes (lines 1963-2151) -- 11. Beowulf and Hygelac: the sharing of gifts (lines 2151-2199)
CD3: 1. The robbing of the hoard, the history fo the hoard, and the ravages of the dragon (lines 2200-2323) -- 2. Preparation for the fight with the dragon (lines 2324-2537) -- 3. The fight with the dragon (lines 2538-2711a) -- 4. Beowulf's death; his last speech to Wiglaf (lines 2711b-3136) -- 5. Wiglaf's rebuke of the companions; the messenger's announcement of the king's death (lines 2821-3030a) -- 6. The scene of the fight: clearing the fated hoard, pushing the dragon into the sea, and bearing Beowulf to Hronesnœsse (lines 3030b-3136) -- 7. The funeral of Beowulf: the pyre, the grief-song of the geatish woman, the burying of Beowulf's ashes and the fated hoard in the barrow at Hronesnœsse, and the Lay in honor of Beowulf's life (lines 3137-3182).
附註
Read in Old English.
ISBN/ISSN
US$25