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A. A. Milne, Kenneth Grahame, H. Fraser-Simpson - Toad Of Toad Hall album flac

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A. A. Milne, Kenneth Grahame, H. Fraser-Simpson - Toad Of Toad Hall album flac

Tracklist

A1 Wind In The Willows
A2 Up Tails All
A3 Toad's Song
A4 Mole's Song
B1 Judge's Song
B2 Toad's Song
B3 A-Walloping We Will Go
B4 Toad's Song (Reprise)
B5 Wind In The Willows (Reprise)

Опубликовано: 21 июл. 2015 г. Toad of Toad Hall by A. A. Milne, adapted from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Music by Harold Frazer-Simpson.

Toad of Toad Hall is a play written by A. Milne, the first of several dramatisations of Kenneth Grahame's 1908 novel The Wind in the Willows, with incidental music by Harold Fraser-Simson. Its first production was at the Lyric Theatre, London on 17 December 1929. Milne extracted the adventures of Mr. Toad, which make up about half of the original book, because they lent themselves most easily to being staged. Milne loved Grahame's book, which is one of the reasons he decided to adapt it.

A. Milne, Kenneth Grahame, H. Fraser-Simpson - Toad Of Toad Hall ‎(7", EP, Mono, Club, RE). World Record Club, Children's Record Guild Of Australia. This disc was also released by WRC in the UK in around 1960 but does not seem to be listed. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Adapted By (Text) – A. Milne. Music By – H. Fraser-Simpson. Narrator – Norman Lonsdale. Piano – Maurice Arnold (2). Soprano Vocals – Barbara Leigh. Voice Actor – Michael Jackson (25). Voice Actor – William Dickie. Voice Actor – James Ottaway (2).

by: Kenneth Grahame, A. Milne, H. Fraser Simson. by: Kenneth Grahame, A. Choose your ideal format. The play expresses perfectly the mood of the Grahame book, which is a combination of poetry, fantasy and exquisite comedy. The romance of early childhood is celebrated in this adaptation. Scripts includes full stage directions, notes on scenery, illustrations of sets, costume, property and lighting plots.

Kenneth Grahame Biography. Kenneth Grahame was a Scottish writer famous for his stories ‘The Wind in the Willows‘ (1908) and the ‘Reluctant Dragon’. Grahame was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on 8 March. Therefore, Kenneth Grahame moved to the Bank of England where he gained employment as a clerk. He later rose to be secretary and spent all his working life in the Bank of England. In his spare time, he began writing articles and light stories. Milne dramatised the book as Toad of Toad Hall and over the Twentieth Century became a key part of children’s literature. The Wind in the Willows is partly an expression of the author’s desire to create a fantasy world free of some of the uncomfortable aspects of modern life. In discussing the work with Theodore Roosevelt, he mentioned the idyllic world he created was Clean of the clash of sex. When We Were Very Young. When We Were Very Young is a best-selling book of poetry by A. It was first published in 1924, and was illustrated by E. H. Shepard. Several of the verses were set to music by Harold Fraser-Simson. The book begins with an introduction entitled "Just Before We Begin", which, in part,.

A Play from Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind the in Willows. London: Methuen & C. 1929. 8o. Original cloth, gilt-stamped with frog on front cover, gilt-lettered on spine; dust jacket (some soiling a few chips along edges). Provenance: Louis B. Grabowsky (bookplate, presentation inscription from the author). Milne (for Louis Grabowksy)".

As they neared the door it was flung open, and Mr. Toad, arrayed in goggles, cap, gaiters, and enormous overcoat, came swaggering down the steps, drawing on his gauntleted gloves. Now then!' he said to the Toad, when the four of them stood together in the Hall, 'first of all, take those ridiculous things off!' 'Shan't!' replied Toad, with great spirit. What is the meaning of this gross outrage?

Toad of Toad Hall: A Play from Kenneth Grahame's Book. The Wind in the Willows'. 1929). extra dust jacket, extra title label tipped in at rear. Uncut/unmarked copy, with two dust jackets (see photo: one is darkened, both have chips at top), slight abrasion on bottom of boards.