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After Reading A Child's Guide To Modern Physics. Theodore Roethke (May 25, 1908-August 1, 1963). Matrix, Runout (Side B - label): SA 1048 - Vol. IX. Other (Library of Congress): 78-750876.
This 14-CD boxed set contains nearly 900 minutes of notable American poets reading their own poems. The collection features 453 poems by 100 poets, including such luminaries as Adrienne Rich, Allen Ginsburg, Anne Sexton, Anthony Hecht, Archibald Macleish, Carl Sandburg, Denise Levertov, Donald Hall, Dorothy Parker, . cummings, Elizabeth Bishop, Ezra Pound, Galway Kinnell, Gertrude Stein, Gwendolyn Brooks, . Hilda Doolittle), Howard Nemerov, James Dickey, James Merrill, James Wright, John Ashbery, John Berryman, John Hollander, John Updike
Volume Two in The Spoken Arts Treasury includes works from the following poets: Yvor Winters, Oscar Williams, Langston Hughes, Theodore Spencer, Ogden Nash, Countee Cullen, Merrill Moore, John Holmes, Richard Eberhart, Robert Penn Warren, Stanley Kunitz, Kenneth Rexroth, . Auden, Theodore Roethke, Paul Engle, Winfield Townley Scott, Elizabeth Bishop, .
Library descriptions. This volume includes works from the following poets: Yvor Winters, Oscar Williams, Langston Hughes, Theodore Spencer, Ogden Nash, Countee Cullen, Merrill Moore, John Holmes, Richard Eberhart, Robert Penn Warren, Stanley Kunitz, Kenneth Rexroth, .
Presented by. National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. From 1980 to 1983 it returned to the title of Best Spoken Word, Documentary or Drama Recording. From 1984 to 1991 it was awarded as Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Recording. From 1992 to 1997 it was awarded as Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album. Since 1998 it has been awarded as Best Spoken Word Album. The category now also includes audio books, poetry readings and story telling. Three US Presidents have won the award: Jimmy Carter (who has won the award three times), Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, along with spoken recordings of John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Ambrose, Dryden, Hecht, Molloy & Seeger for Poems and Ballads from 100-Plus American Poets. Apollo 8, 11 & 12 Astronauts, John F. Kennedy & Richard Nixon for In the Beginning.
Treasury of 100 Modern American Poets. Volume VI. Babette Deutsch, Louise Bogan, Lenore G. Marshall, Stephen Vincent Benet, and Malcom Cowley; reading their poems (Spoken Arts SA 1045). 235. Treasury of 100 Modern American Poets. Volume VII. Allen Tate, Leonie Adams, Yvor Winters, Oscar Williams, and Langston Hughes; reading their poems (Spoken Arts SA 1046). 236. Theodore Spencer, Ogden Nash, Countee Cullen, Merrill Moore, John Holmes, and Richard Eberhart; reading their poems (Spoken Arts SA 1047). 237. Volume X. Paul Engle, Winfield Townley Scott, Elizabeth Bishop, .
|Allen Tate (November 19, 1899— )|
|A1||–Allen Tate*||Emblems I-III||2:43|
|A2||–Allen Tate*||Winter Mask To The Memory Of W. B. Yeats||2:40|
|A3||–Allen Tate*||The Swimmers||5:24|
|Léonie Adams (9 December 1899— )|
|A4||–Léonie Adams||Bell Tower||0:44|
|A6||–Léonie Adams||Light At Equinox||2:23|
|A7||–Léonie Adams||Grapes Making||2:04|
|A9||–Léonie Adams||Country Summer||2:17|
|Yvor Winters (17 October 1900—25 January 1968)|
|B1||–Yvor Winters||Before Disaster||1:05|
|B2||–Yvor Winters||Orpheus (In Memory Of Hart Crane)||1:02|
|B3||–Yvor Winters||John Sutter||2:40|
|B4||–Yvor Winters||Time And The Garden||1:45|
|B5||–Yvor Winters||A Summer Commentary||1:05|
|B6||–Yvor Winters||To The Moon||0:43|
|Oscar Williams (December 29, 1900—October 10, 1964)|
|B7||–Oscar Williams||I Sing An Old Song||2:40|
|B8||–Oscar Williams||The Man Coming Toward You||2:30|
|B9||–Oscar Williams||The Children's Playground||2:12|
|B10||–Oscar Williams||Why The Sea Is Salt||1:37|
|Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 - May 22, 1967)|
|B11||–Langston Hughes||Still Here||0:54|
|B12||–Langston Hughes||The Negro Speaks Of Rivers||0:52|
|B16||–Langston Hughes||Cultural Exchange||4:51|
- Cover – Baskin·1965*
- Edited By, Sleeve Notes – Paul Kresh
- Producer – Arthur Luce Klein
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - runout): SA 1046 A // N // A 1619 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - runout): SA 1046 B // N // A 1619 B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - label): SA 1046 - Vol. VII
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - label): SA 1046 - Vol. VII
- Other (Library of Congress): 78-750876