Ted Hughes - The Spoken Word: Poetry In The Making mp3 album
This second two CD set draws on the broadcasts Ted Hughes made for schools, particularly the highly praised Listening and Writing series, later published as Poetry in the Making, in which Hughes aimed to encourage an interest in imaginative writing in 10–14 year olds.
Spoken word is a performance art that is word-based. It is an oral art that focuses on the aesthetics of word play such as intonation and voice inflection. It is a "catchall" term that includes any kind of poetry recited aloud, including poetry readings, poetry slams, jazz poetry, and hip hop, and can include comedy routines and prose monologues.
Moortown' was a working farm run by Ted Hughes, together with his father in law, Jack Orchard. In the summer I drove my fiancé and our infant son around the lanes near Hatherleigh in North Devon until we arrived at a farm that revealed no clue of a history that had stirred a collection of eponymous verse and meetings with Heaney and Morpurgo.
Poetry in the Making book. Like Kenneth Koch's classic Wishes, Lies, and Dreams, Poetry in the Making presents new ideas on how children and other beginners might best compose their own poems while also presenting candid, and more general, insights that all students and scholars of the art or craft of verse will find inspiring.
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Her live spoken word album LIVEwire has been shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award. The LIVEwire album was written, performed, recorded and produced by Salena Godden. Please go to ww. ymphsandthugs. net for info, tickets and dates. Please visit: ww. alenagodden. We have asked all poets shortlisted for this year’s Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry to tell us about their writing process. For more blogs visit poetryschool.
The Ted Hughes prize winner explains why she does not wish to be squeezed into a ‘performance poet’ box and why you can love hip-hop and Paradise Lost. McNish recently won the Poetry Society’s Ted Hughes award.
Hughes was Poet Laureate from 1984 till his death in 1998 and is widely regarded as one of the most accomplished British poets of the post-war period. Most of the broadcasts are previously unpublished. This first of a pair of two CD set is drawn from the BBC Radio broadcasts of Ted Hughes and features live and studio recordings of the poet introducing and reading his own work
Ted Hughes is consistently described as one of the twentieth century’s greatest English poets. Born August 17th, 1930 in Mytholmroyd, Yorkshire, his family moved to Mexborough when he was seven to run a newspaper and tobacco shop. He attended Mexborough grammar school, and wrote his first poems from the age of fifteen, some of which made their way into the school magazine. A strong indirect source of interest in the person of Hughes (aside from his poetry) is his seven-year marriage to the well-known American Poet, Sylvia Plath. Birthday Letters is a sequence of lyrics written by Hughes in the first year of their marriage, cast as a continued conversation with Plath.
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|Listening And Writing: 'Capturing Animals' - Recorded 03.10.1961, Broadcast 06.10.1961|
|Listening And Writing: 'Moon Creatures' - Recorded: 21.10.1963, Broadcast: 25.10.1963|
|1-7||Music On The Moon||2:11|
|1-8||The Armies Of The Moon||1:53|
|1-9||The Snail Of The Moon||1:39|
|1-10||A Moon Man-Hunt||2:18|
|Listening And Writing: 'Learning To Think' - A Talk Broadcast By Ted Hughes 10.05.1963|
|1-13||[Introduction] 'Learning to Think'||6:57|
|1-14||View Of A Pig||5:03|
|1-15||Bare Almond Trees
Written-By – D. H. Lawrence
|Listening And Writing: 'Writing About Landscape' - Recorded: 27.04.1964, Broadcast: 01.05.1964|
|1-18||The South Country (extract)
Written-By – Edward Thomas
Written-By – T. S. Eliot
Written-By – Gerard Manley Hopkins
Written-By – Sylvia Plath
|Listening And Writing: 'Meet My Folks' - Recorded: 22.03.1965, Broadcast: 26.03.1965|
|2-2||My Brother Bert||2:06|
|2-3||My Uncle Dan||2:58|
|Season Songs - Programme One - Broadcast 06.09.1977|
|2-9||Spring: A March Calf||2:44|
|2-10||Spring: The River In March||2:03|
|2-11||Spring: March Morning Unlike Others||1:39|
|2-12||Spring: Spring Nature Notes I||1:06|
|2-13||Spring: April Birthday||2:05|
|2-14||Spring: Ice Crust And Snowflake||1:33|
|2-16||Summer: Mackerel Song||1:43|
|Season Songs - Programme Two- Broadcast 13.09.1977|
|2-19||Summer: Sheep III||1:39|
|2-20||Summer: Apple Dumps||1:28|
|2-21||Autumn: A Cranefly In September||2:37|
|2-22||Autumn: Two Horses||4:07|
|2-23||Autumn: The Seven Sorrows||2:12|
|2-24||Winter: December River||3:29|
|2-25||Winter: The Warm And The Cold||1:50|
|Poems By Living Poets|
|Ted Hughes Introduces And Reads His Poem 'Stealing Trout On A May Morning' - Recorded: 15.08.1965, Broadcast: 16.06.1965|
|2-27||Stealing Trout On A May Morning||6:12|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9 780712 305549
- Other (ISBN): ISBN 978-0-7123-0554-9