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My LibriVox recordings & my reading journal (solo Litblog).

LibriVox – Year 2010 Masterlist

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All Librivox Recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer, please visit Librivox DOT org

My other projects for 2010 are listed after the Weekly Poetry section. Click here to view that list.

SHORT WEEKLY POETRY
(In chronological order.)
01. When You are Old by William Butler Yeats
02. Summer Shower by Emily Dickinson
03. All Things Can Tempt Me by William Butler Yeats
04. The Twelve Months by George Ellis
05. Let Us Make Each Day Our Birthday by S.A.R.
06. An Ode by Táhirih (translated by Edward G. Browne)
07. Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms by Thomas Moore
08. An Ode to Bahá’u’lláh by Nabíl-i-A’zam, (translated by Edward G. Browne)
09. The Best Thing in the World by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
10. Faults by Sara Teasdale
11. The Consolation by Anne Brontë
12. New Year Greeting by Louise R. Waite
13. Worth While by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
14. The Jabberwocky of Authors by Harry Persons Taber
15. A Drinking Song by William Butler Yeats
16. What the Bullet sang by Bret Harte
17. Going down Hill on a Bicycle by Henry Charles Beeching
18. There Will Come Soft Rains by Sara Teasdale
19. Hidden Gems by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
20. To…: With all my soul, then, let us part by Thomas Moore
21. In these days . . . by Ebenezer Elliott
22. Simple Gifts by Anonymous
23. A Sad Case by Edgar Fawcett
24. A Birthday by Christina Rossetti
25. Inscription for an Old Bed by William Morris
26. If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking by Emily Dickinson
27. America by Samuel Francis Smith
28. In The Long Run by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
29. Fidele by William Shakespeare
30. Life by Sir Walter Raleigh
31. In Time of Pestilence, 1593 by Thomas Nashe
32. Epigram by Alexander Pope
33. To…As when with downcast eyes by Alfred Lord Tennyson
34. So Warmly We Met by Thomas Moore
35. The Song of the Western Men by Robert Stephen Hawker
36. Vitai Lampada by Sir Henry Newbolt
37. The Silver Wedding by John Godfrey Saxe
38. A Burnt Ship by John Donne
39. Love’s Young Dream by Thomas Moore
40. Lines: “We Meet Not As We Parted” by Percy Bysshe Shelley
41. Lines Written From Home by Anne Brontë
42. Autumn by John Clare
43. The Ghosts’ High Noon by W.S. Gilbert
44. Stupidity by Amy Lowell
45. In Memoriam by Ewart Alan Mackintosh

2010, December 11th – Due to ill health, I have not participated in the following Weekly Poetry but I felt the need to be completist and continue posting for the rest of this years WP projects. No reason not to continue enjoying other people’s recordings.
Read this post for more information.

46. Cana by James Freeman Clarke
47. Verses on a Young Lady Playing on a Harpsichord and Singing by Tobias Smollett
48. Past Days by Emily Brontë
49. Karawane by Hugo Ball
50. My Heart And Lute By Thomas Moore
51. The Christmas Tree by anonymous (Alice Maude Kellogg (ed))
52. n/a (due to the holidays)


Other projects I have participated in during 2010, either solo or as a collaborator.

BOOKS

Library of the World’s Best Literature, Ancient and Modern volume 1 by Various Authors. Edited by Charles Dudley Warner. Published 1902
Section 16 – Essay on Joseph Addison, by Hamilton Wright Mabie
Section 17 – Selected works by Joseph Addison

Metamorphoses by Publius Ovidius Naso (Ovid) Translated by Brookes More (Fiction)
Section 6 – Book 2, Part 3 – (Ocyroe and Aesculapius; Battus and Mercury; Aglauros and Mercury; Europa and Jupiter, the House of Cadmus)

“Sketches by Boz: Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People” by Charles Dickens (Various)
Section 36 – Characters 4: Miss Evans and the Eagle
Section 37 – Characters 5: The Parlour Orator
Section 38 – Characters 6: The Hospital Patient

Short Science Fiction Collection 038
Section 09 – The Salesman by Waldo T. Boyd

DRAMATIC WORKS

Henry VI, Part 1 by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
Character claimed; John Talbot (a minor character)

POETRY

Autumn Leaves, Original Pieces in Prose and Verse by Various, Anne Wales Abbott ed.
Section 6 – The Sounds of Morning in Cambridge
Section 7 – The Sounds of Evening in Cambridge
Section 23 – Fashion
Section 29 – The Home-Beacon
Section 30 – The Fourth of July

A Book of Old English Ballads by George Wharton Edwards
Section 2 – King Cophetua and the Beggar-Maid
Section 9 – Barbara Allen’s Cruelty

FORTNIGHTLY POETRY
I’m not entirely sure if I will be submitting a recording for the entire year of Fortnightly like I do with the Weekly, which is why it’s annexed down here with the poetry section.

The Spell of the Yukon by Robert W. Service
The Desert by Mathilde Blind
A Letter to Her Husband by Anne Bradstreet
Up the Line by Will Carleton
Spring by Michael Fairless (aka Margaret Fairless Barber)
His Books by Robert Southey
The Toys by Coventry Patmore
Lydia is gone this many a year by Lizette Woodworth Reese
Lines Written for a School Declamation by David Everett
Little Homer’s Slate by Eugene Field
It Couldn’t Be Done by Edgar A. Guest
Ballad of the Tempest by James T. Fields
The Briefless Barrister by John Godfrey Saxe
Old Ireland by Walt Whitman
Lines on The Mermaid Tavern by John Keats
The Angler by Thomas Buchanan Read
Best Way to Read a Book by Edgar A. Guest
Song of the Kicking Horse by Bliss Carman
Merry Autumn by Paul Laurence Dunbar
Love in a Cottage by Nathaniel Parker Willis

Notes:
(Various) = fiction, non-fiction &/or poetry is included within this project.
*project not yet published/catalogued.

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