The finest voices reading a wonderful selection of poetry accompanied by selected classical music. Includes:
©2010 Saland Publishing (P)2010 Saland Publishing
A refund, which I can't get.
The sample sounded promising and the price was good so I thought, despite the lack of reviews, what's to lose?
Oy. This is a collection of unnamed narrators (there is no indication of who the narrator is for each poem) reading unnamed poems - there's no indication of what the poem is called or who wrote it.
This is accompanied by light classical music which at times overwhelms the narrator's voice. Not that it matters.
The narrators were mostly awful For example, whoever the mystery narrator of A E Housman's section was, the reading was in a peculiar nasal, flat accent. This may have been an attempt to approximate the local accent, i.e. to be 'authentic', but it was godawful and fake sounding.
Some sounded like old original recordings which were possibly of the poets themselves but you have no way of knowing this.
Disgust, anger and sadness over the wasted money.
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