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William Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing mp3

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Interprète: William Shakespeare
Titre: Much Ado About Nothing
Pays: US
Publié sur: 2003
Style: Audiobook, Spoken Word
Catégorie: Non musique / Télé
Classement: 4.8
Catalogue #: 25925
Label: BBC Audiobooks America


1Act II - Scene III
2Act III - Scene V
3Act IV - Scene I
4Act V - Scene IV
5Act I - Scene III
6Act II - Scene I
7Act V - Scene II
8Act III - Scene III (Up To Line 87)
9Act V - Scene I
10Act V - Scene III
11Act III - Scene III (From Line 88)
12Act I - Scene II
13Act III - Scene I
14Act III - Scene IV
15Act IV - Scene II
16Act II - Scene II
17Act I - Scene I
18Act III - Scene II


  • Composed ByDominique Le Gendre
  • Coordinator [Production]Charlotte Harvey, Polly Coles
  • Directed ByClive Brill
  • Engineer [Sound]Wilfredo Acosta
  • ProducerBill Shepherd , Tom Treadwell
  • Voice Actor [Antonio]James Greene
  • Voice Actor [Balthasar]Nicholas Murchie
  • Voice Actor [Beatrice]Saskia Reeves
  • Voice Actor [Benedick]Samuel West
  • Voice Actor [Borachio]Eddie Marsan
  • Voice Actor [Boy]Freddie Norton
  • Voice Actor [Claudio]Jason O'Mara
  • Voice Actor [Conrade]Alex Lowe
  • Voice Actor [Dogberry]Bryan Pringle
  • Voice Actor [Don John]Steve Hobson
  • Voice Actor [Don Pedro]Paul Jesson
  • Voice Actor [First Watch]Alisdair Simpson
  • Voice Actor [Friar Francis]John Rogan
  • Voice Actor [Hero]Abigail Docherty
  • Voice Actor [Leonato]David Bradley
  • Voice Actor [Margaret]Amanda Root
  • Voice Actor [Second Watch]Chris Pavlo
  • Voice Actor [Ursula]Sonia Ritter
  • Voice Actor [Verges]Raymond Bowers
  • Written-ByWilliam Shakespeare


Total playing time - 132 minutes.
Enclosed pamphlet provides scene-by-scene synopsis of the play, a track list, and credits.
A companion to The Complete Pelican Shakespeare.


  • Barcode (ISBN-13, Text): 978-1-932219-25-8
  • Barcode (ISBN-13, Text): 9 781932 219258
  • Barcode (UPC-A, Text): 6 01531 21925 3
  • Price Code (EAN-5, Text): 51995
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 319138
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 319139
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LK31
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LK32
  • SPARS Code (CD1, CD2 labels): DDD
  • Other (ISBN; CD1, CD2 labels): 1-932219-25-0


  • Manufactured By – BBC Audiobooks America
  • Published By – BBC Audiobooks America
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arkangel Productions


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