Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing album download
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- Recorded By – F.C.M. Productions
- Adapted By (Text) – Morys Aberdare*
- Creative Director, Adapted By (Text) – John Hale
- Liner Notes – Bernard Grebanier
- Music By – Michael Mellinger
- Recording Supervisor – Cyril Ornadel
- Voice Actor [Balthazar] – Christopher Keyte
- Voice Actor [Beatrice] – Pauline Jameson
- Voice Actor [Benedick] – Richard Johnson
- Voice Actor [Borachio] – Peter Birrel
- Voice Actor [Boy], Voice Actor [Ursula] – Stephanie Cole
- Voice Actor [Claudio] – Robin Philips
- Voice Actor [Dogberry] – Colin Ellis
- Voice Actor [Don John] – Nigel Davenport
- Voice Actor [Don Pedro] – Anthony Nicholls
- Voice Actor [Hero] – Annette Crosbie
- Voice Actor [Leonato] – Newton Blick
- Voice Actor [Messenger], Voice Actor [Conrade], Voice Actor [A Lord] – Alan Ayckbourn
- Voice Actor [Seacoal], Voice Actor [Friar Francis], Voice Actor [A Lord] – Norman Tyrrell
- Voice Actor [Verges] – John Davidson
- Written-By – William Shakespeare
"An F.C.M. Production."
Australian WRC 3rd pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Includes 16 page 9" x 11" booklet. New catalogue number (R-00055) on labels.
|DEOB 18AM||Shakespeare*||Living Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing (LP, Mono)||Living Shakespeare, Inc.||DEOB 18AM||UK||1964|
|SLS-15, LS/15||Shakespeare*||Much Ado About Nothing (LP, Album, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club||SLS-15, LS/15||Australia||1967|
|LS/15, LS-15||Shakespeare*||Much Ado About Nothing (LP, Album, Mono, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club||LS/15, LS-15||Australia||1967|
|S-2514, LS/15||Shakespeare*||Much Ado About Nothing (LP, Album, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club||S-2514, LS/15||Australia||1971|
|SLS-15, LS/15||Shakespeare*||Much Ado About Nothing (LP, Album, Club, RE)||World Record Club, World Record Club||SLS-15, LS/15||Australia||1969|
Much Ado About Nothing is a comedy by William Shakespeare thought to have been written in 1598 and 1599, as Shakespeare was approaching the middle of his career. The play was included in the First Folio, published in 1623
Much Ado About Nothing begins in Messina, where Leonato lives with his daughter, Hero, and her cousin and companion, the Lady Beatrice. Leonato receives word that his friend, the Duke Don Pedro has returned from war and plans to visit with some of his fellow soldiers. Among the party is Claudio, who quickly falls in love with Hero. Benedick, a bachelor who has sworn off love and marriage, also comes, and he enjoys speaking his mind in witty argument with Beatrice. Illustration of Much Ado About Nothing, N. Rowe, 1709. Act II. Leonato holds a masked ball to celebrate the end of the war.
The play takes an ancient theme-that of a woman falsely accused of unfaithfulness-to brilliant comedic heights. Shakespeare used as his main source for the Claudio-Hero plot a story from Matteo Bandello’s Novelle (1554–73); he also may have consulted Ludovico Ariosto’s Orlando furioso and Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene . Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Much Ado About Nothing. 7 references found in Britannica articles.
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Much Ado About Nothing is basically big Billy Shakespeare's crowd-pleaser. If we were going to compare Shakespeare to Spielberg (why not?), Much Ado would be his Jurassic Park. If we were to compare Shakespeare to The Beatles (both English, right?), Much Ado would be like the album Sgt. Pepper's. Basically, Much Ado About Nothing is almost impossible to hate. Going a step further, it's impossible not to love. It's like a plate of nachos: when you put a certain combination of factors together it's just physically not possible to be anything less than totally pleased
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Album Much Ado About Nothing. Much Ado Act 2 Scene 3 Lyrics. SCENE III. LEONATO'S orchard. DON PEDRO Why, these are very crotchets that he speaks; Note, notes, forsooth, and nothing. Air. BENEDICK Now, divine air! now is his soul ravished!