AUDIO RECORDINGS OF THE READINGS Of THE POETRY Of WILFRED OWEN

Audio Recordings of the Poems will be available from this Website for download for FREE.

These are based on a series of 25 Compact Discs PERFORMED BY ROBERT A. CHRISTOFORIDES with AYSE SUTTON (The Women)

These readings include BALLAD OF KINGS AND CHRISTS SERIES
LAURENT LOURSON reads in French the ENGLAND AND FRANCE POEM also CONTEMPORANEOUS WORKING SCHEDULE.

The full lists of poems and the CDs are:-

CD 00

1. Women & The Slain (Ballad of Kings & Christs)
2. 2 versions as backup recordings – with commentaries – the second with 4 restored lines originally cancelled by Wilfred Owen

CD 1
1. md/wo/1/(a)
2. Strange Meeting – A Drama for Actors and Music – Easter Sunday: 3rd March 1994 – (1st Performance) – total time 72.06

CD 2
1. md/wo/2/(b)
2. Strange Meeting – A Drama for Actors and Music – Spring Holiday Sunday: 1st May 1994 –
(2nd Performance) – total time 73.02

CD 3
1. md/wo/3/(c)
2. Strange Meeting – A Drama for Actors and Music – Spring Holiday Monday: 2nd May 1994 –
(3rd Performance) – 73.23

CD 4
Preview Readings
Introductory Readings
1. Strange Meeting – First Alternative Reading Version – 12 December 1994 – 11.02
2. Strange Meeting – Torso I – 24 December 1994 – 3.11
3. Strange Meeting – Torso II – 24 December 1994 – 5.11
4. From ‘Earth’s Wheels’/Strange Meeting – The One – Readings 1 & 2 – 24 December 1994 -2.30
5. From ‘Earth’s Wheels’/Strange Meeting – ‘snake natures’ – Readings 1 & 2 –
6. 24 December 1994 – 4.45
7. Wilfred Owen’s Preface – Readings 1 & 2 – 24 December 1994 – 5.25
8. Wild With All Regrets – 24 December 1994 – 5.25
9. A Terre – 24 December 1994 – 5.22
10. Exposure – 24 December 1994 – 6.00
11. Exposure – Alternative Version – 24 December 1994 – 4.55
12. But I was looking at the permanent stars – 25 December 1994 – 1.55
13. The Dead-Beat – (Who cares the Kaiser frowns imperially?) – 25 December 1994 – 0.38

Wilfred Owen CD5
1. Consummation is consumption – 28 December 1994 – 0.58
2. Before reading a biography of Keats for the first time – 28 December 1994 – 1.14
3. Strange thoughts … – 28 December 1994 – 0.45
4. Sonnet. Written at Teignmouth on a Pilgrimage to Keats’ House – 28 December 1994 – 1.56
5. Handling fairy-strange – 28 December 1994 – 1.15
6. Within these days – 28 December 1994 – 1.46
7. Full springs of thought – 28 December 1994 – 3.27
8. The West! – 17 January 1995 – 2.11
9. At dawn, I love … – 22 January 1995 – 1.10
10. Sonnet. When I perceive …- 22 January 1995 – 3.25
11. Which we may catch … …- 22 January 1995 – 0.55
12. Lines Written on my 19th Birthday …- 22 January 1995 – 5.45
13. O, Poets, …- 22 January 1995 – 1.30
14. Supposed confessions of a secondrate – …- 22 January 1995 – 7.36
15. Eve of St Mark – 31 January 1995 – 1.11
16. O Jesus, now thine own voice … – 31 January 1995 – 1.45
17. Impressionist – 31 January 1995 – 2.10
18. The Heart – 31 January 1995 – 2.35
19. Tears – 31 January 1995 – 1.25
20. So why is the Passing from the World – 31 January 1995 – 1.20
21. How do the heavens rule my gloomy worlds – 31 January 1995 – 2.35
22. Hearts & Tarts – 31 January 1995 – 2.20
23. Hampstead – 31 January 1995 – 1.45
24. Cortez – 31 January 1995 – 1.05
25. Another day dawns – 31 January 1995 – 0.50
26. Science contradicted – 31 January 1995 – 1.15
27. Listen, the multitude … – 31 January 1995 – 2.10
28. Quote: Romeo & Juliet – 31 January 1995 – 4.30
29. Now What’s a Poet – 31 January 1995 – 3.05
30. And still the thought in gnawing like a vole – 31 January 1995 – 0.51
31. Sonnet. I daily muse – 31 January 1995 – 1.45
32. Scene: Convalescent – 2 February 1995 – 5.30
33. Here all summer – 31 January 1995 – 0.55

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1. I began to run – 2 February 1995 – 2.25
2. Killed by a horrid stroke – 2 February 1995 – 1.15
3. Deep under turfy grass – 2 February 1995 – 3.30
4. Beautiful unsurpassably – 2 February 1995 – 0.50
5. The Time was Aeon – 2 February 1995 – 3.30
6. On a June Night (1911) – 2 February 1995 – 3.05
7. The Imbecile – 2 February 1995 – 1.25
8. Tom Tit – 2 February 1995 – 0.35
9. All Children – 2 February 1995 – 1.25
10. Ballad of the Morose Afternoon – 2 February 1995 – 2.20
11. We knew each other while – 2 February 1995 – 1.45
12. Completion of ‘Tonight I have my friar’ – 7 February 1995 – 3.20
13. Instead of dew … – 7 February 1995 – 1.25
14. Nights with the Wind – 7 February 1995 – 6.15
15. French Fragment – Nous ne fion pas a la multitude d’une armée – 11 February 1995 – 1.26
16. English trans-poetation of French Fragment – 11 February 1995 – 1.10
17. A Contemplation – 16 February 1995 – 1.25
18. On seeing of lock of Keats’ hair – 19 February 1995 – 2.45
19. The obscurity, heavy like guilt 12 February 1995 – 1.45
20. I am to thee, a Sunflower to the Sun – 13 February 1995 – 1.40
21. The Sun, far fallen in the vaprous west – 13 February 1995 – 2.25
22. Autumn – 13 February 1995 – 1.40
23. The Ballad of the Purchase Moneys – 13 February 1995 – 2.50
24. It was a Navy Boy – alternative version – 13 February 1995 – 3.35
25. It was a Navy Boy – acknowledged version – 13 February 1995 – 3.45
26. Song: what time I saw her – 14 February 1995 – 1.45
27. Purgatorial Passions – 14 February 1995 – 2.10
28. Hell – 14 February 1995 – 1.20
29. Rupert Brooke: The Soldier – 14 February 1995 –
Wilfred Owen – An Imperial Elegy: Libretto for Marche Funèbre – 14 February 1995 – 4.35
30. I know I have paid from every drop of pleasure – 14 February 1995 – 1.15
31. The Pond – 14 February 1995 – 2.10
32. Beauty and Art are twin – Wilfred Owen’s leitmotif – 14 February 1995 – 1.15

Wilfred Owen CD7 –

1. Sonnet to my friend with an Identity Disc – alternative version – 14 February 1995 – 1.32
2. Sonnet to my friend with an Identity Disc – acknowledged version – 14 February 1995 – 1.55
3. YMCA Rome’s Camp 12.30 am – 16 February 1995 – 1.30
4. Hide ah! my flower, hide close – 16 February 1995 – 0.55
5. It was the noiseless hour – 17 February 1995 – 1.50
6. Perseus – 17 February 1995 – 11.53
7. Ballad of Lady Yolande – 18 February 1995 – 10.37
8. Whose nostrils have not yet smiled – 18 February 1995 – 1.30
9. Lines to a Beauty seen at Limehouse – the half-god – 19 February 1995 – 6.50
10. Sonnet to Beauty – 20 February 1995 – 2.15
11. But I was looking at the permanent stars – 20 February 1995 – 2.10
12. The wailing of far-travelling shells – 20 February 1995 – 0.50
13. The Dead Beat (1) – 20 February 1995 – 1.40
14. The Dead Beat (2) – 20 February 1995 – 2.10
15. Beauty – 20 February 1995 – 3.15
16. I know the music – 20 February 1995 – 2.15
17. Dirt – 21 February 1995 – 3.50
18. Inspection – 21 February 1995 – 2.05
19. Anthem for Dead Youth – (see also CD 11) – 21 February 1995 – 2.36
20. Anthem/Anthem for Doomed Youth/Anthem for Dead Nation/Anthem for Doomed Youth –
21 February 1995 – 1.30
21. Anthem for Dead Youth – 21 February 1995 – 1.20
22. Anthem for Doomed Youth – 21 February 1995 – 2.36
23. The Promises or The Promisers – 21 February 1995 – 1.55
24. The Promisers – 21 February 1995 – 1.40
25. Six o’clock in Princes Street/Princes Street, Edinburgh – 21 February 1995 – 2.05
26. Six o’clock in Princes Street – 21 February 1995 – 1.13 –
27. (2nd Reading – also on CD8) Six o’clock in Princes Street – 21 February 1995 – 1.45

Wilfred Owen – CD8

1. Six o’clock in Princes Street – 21 February 1995 – 1.45
2. ‘Form’ – Music – 23 February 1995 – 1.08
3. Music – 23 February 1995 – 1.58
4. Golden Hair – 23 February 1995 – 2.05
5. Spells & Incantation – 23 February 1995 – 2.45
6. Wild with all Regrets – 23 February 1995 – 8.22
7. A Terre – 24 February 1995 – 10.04
8. I saw his round mouth’s – 24 February 1995 – 0.50
9. I say his round mouth’s – 24 February 1995 – 1.15
10. Apologia pro Poema Lectorem Disconsolatia mea – 24 February 1995 – 2.25
11. Apologia pro poemate meo – 24 February 1995 – 3.45
12. Cramped in that funnelled hole – 24 February 1995 – 2.10
13. Give me a little thought when I am distant – 24 February 1995 – 0.48
14. Mourn for the nights – 25 February 1995 – 1.15
15. The Wrestlers or Antaeas – 25 February 1995 – 14.02
16. Hospital Barge fragment – 26 February 1995 – 1.00
17. Hospital Barge (alternative version) – 26 February 1995 – 2.00
18. With those that are become – 26 February 1995 – 2.00
19. Ballad of Kings & Christs – 1 March 1995 – [commentary 5.45] – poem 3.30 – [total time 9.15]
20. The Women and the Slain – 1 March 1995 – 4.30

Wilfred Owen – CD9

1. Reunion (1) – 3 March 1995 – 1.40-
2. Reunion (II) – 3 March 1995 – 1.55-
3. The End – 3 March 1995 – 1.50-
4. The One Remains: the many change and pass fragment – 3 March 1995 – 1.25-
5. The One Remains acknowledged version – 3 March 1995 – 2.05-
6. The Unreturning fragment – 3 March 1995 – 1.45-
7. The Unreturning acknowledged version – 3 March 1995 – 2.30-
8. The Poet in Pain fragment – 3 March 1995 – 0.59-
9. The Poet in Pain acknowledged version – 3 March 1995 – 2.00-
10. To Eros (fragment line) – 3 March 1995 – 0.50-
11. To Eros (acknowledged version, plus extra omitted/censored line) – 3 March 1995 – 2.45-
12. To Eros (acknowledged version, minus extra omitted/censored line) – 3 March 1995 – 2.15-
13. Stunned by their life’s explosion into love fragment – 3 March 1995 – 1.25-
14. Stunned by their life’s explosion into love acknowledged version – 3 March 1995 – 2.00-
15. Insensibility fragment 3 March 1995 – 3.35-
16. Insensibility acknowledged version – 4 March 1995 – 7.05-
17. The End (II) fragment – 5 March 1995 – 3.39-
18. The End (II) acknowledged version – 5 March 1995 – 3.00-
19. Sunrise – 5 March 1995 – 2.25-
20. Conscious fragment – 8 March 1995 – 1.40-
21. Conscious acknowledged version – 8 March 1995 – 3.05-
22. Dulce et Decorum est (couplet – fragment) – 8 March 1995 – 1.30-
23. Dulce et Decorum est acknowledged version (1st reading) – 8 March 1995 – 4.05-
24. Dulce et Decorum est acknowledged version (2nd reading) – 8 March 1995 – 4.05-
25. His young strength weltered and fell – 8 March 1995 – 1.25-
26. O true to the old consistent equities and probities – 8 March 1995 – 1.55-
27. Sonnet: On seeing a Piece of Our Heavy Artillery Brought into Action fragment –
8 March 1995 – 2.05-
28. Sonnet: On seeing a Piece of Our Heavy Artillery Brought into Action acknowledged version –
1st reading – 8 March 1995 – 3.00 –
Sonnet: On seeing a Piece of Our Heavy Artillery Brought into Action acknowledged version –
2nd reading – 9 March 1995 – 1.50 –
Sonnet: On seeing a Piece of Our Heavy Artillery Brought into Action acknowledged version – 3rd reading – 9 March 1995 – 2.10 – total time 7.00-

Wilfred Owen – CD10 –

1. Asleep fragment 19 March 1995 – 2.25-
2. Asleep acknowledged version 10 March 1995 – 3.20-
3. Frustration (‘Futility’ fragment) 10 March 1995 – 2.15-
4. Futility acknowledged version – 10 March 1995 – 1.55-
5. The Show fragment – 10 March 1995 – 2.15-
6. The Show acknowledged version – 10 March 1995 – 5.00-
7. Self-inflicted Wound fragment – 14 March 1995 – 2.10-
8. S.I.W – 14 March 1995 – acknowledged version – 5.30-
9. The Calls fragment – 16 March 1995 – 1.45-
10. The Calls acknowledged version – 16 March 1995 – 3.45-
11. Preface – 16 March 1995 – 3.30-
12. Haiku – composed from fragmentary words written on the manuscript of the ‘Preface’) –
(a composed fragment) – 16 March 1995 – 1.15-
13. Strange Meeting (acknowledged version) – Commentary – 16 March 1995 – 13.35 –
14. Strange Meeting (acknowledged version) – 1st reading – 18 March 1995 –
Introduction 2.03 – Battle 2.57 – Poem 6,17 – total time 11.17-
15. 4 compilations from ‘Earth’s wheels …’ –
2 triplets and 2 couplets of lines – 19 March 1995 (fragments) – 2.55-
16. From ‘Earth’s wheels …’ – (octave) – fragment – 19 March 1995 – 1.45-
17. From ‘Earth’s wheels …’ – (lines from British Library manuscript BLMS 43720) – (17 lines) –
fragment – 19 March 1995 – 4.10-

Wilfred Owen CD11 –

1. Strange Meeting – commentary 16 March 1995 – 13.35-
2. Strange Meeting acknowledged version – 2nd reading 19 March 1995 –
commentary 16 March 1995 – 13.35 – Introduction 18 March 1995 2.27 –
Battle 2.52 – Poem 7.00 – total time 12.19-
3. 4 compilations from ‘Earth’s wheels …’ (fragments) – 2 couplets, 2 triplets (2nd reading) –
19 March 1995 – 2.55-
4. From ‘Earth’s wheels …’ (fragments) – 2nd reading – Octave – 19 March 1995 – 1.45-
5. From ‘Earth’s wheels …’ (fragments) – Septet ‘The One’ – 19th March 1995 2.35-
6. From ‘Earth’s wheels …’ fragment – Completion section for Strange Meeting –
19 March 1995 – 3.55-
7. Torso I from Strange Meeting fragment – 19 March 1995 – 3.52-
8. Torso II from Strange Meeting fragment – 19 March 1995 – 5.01-
9. STRANGE MEETING – 1st completion version – 21 March 1995 –
Introduction 3.13 – Battle (2) 2.57 – Poem 10.00 – total time 16.00-
10. ‘Anthem’ poems – 30 March 1995 – Introduction 5.07 –
Anthem for Dead Youth 1.45 – Anthem for Doomed Youth 1.36 – total time 10.32-

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1. STRANGE MEETING – 1st Alternative Completion Version – 31 March/ 2 April 1995 –
2. Introduction 5.07 – Battle (2) 2.51 – Poem – total time 19.29-
3. ‘faces’ line from ‘Earth’s wheels …’ fragment – 4 April 1995 – 1.39-
4. STRANGE MEETING – 2nd Alternative Completion Version – 5 April 1995 –
5. Introduction (4 April 1995) 6.18 – Battle (3) 3.10 – Poem 13.30 – total time 22.58-
6. One pearl I ever knew on the salvage line fragment – (as bronzes may be much beautified) –
7 April 1995 – 3.15-
7. Before he joined fragment 8 April 1995 – 2.45-
8. Why he joined fragment 8 April 1995 – 2.30-
9. Disabled – 9 April 1995 – 7.25-
10. The Next War – fragment – 9 April 1995 – 2.40-
11. The Next War – acknowledged version – 9 April 1995 – 2.35-
12. To Physical Beauty – fragment – 9 April 1995 – 4.35-
13. Greater Love – acknowledged version – 9 April 1995 – 4.00-

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1. The Chances – fragment – 10 April 1995 – 2 readings – 1.30 & 1.20 – total time 2.50-
2. The Chances – acknowledged version – 10 April 1995 – 3.05-
3. The Draft – Inostensibility – The Send-Off – fragment – 10 April 1995 – 3.25-
4. The Send-Off – acknowledged version – 11 April 1995 – 3.20-
5. The Kind Ghosts / Britannia – fragment – 11 April 1995 – 1.35-
6. The Kind Ghosts – acknowledged version – 11 April 1995 – 1st reading 3.25 –
2nd reading 3.25 – total time 6.35-
7. Mental Cases – fragment – 13 April 1995 – 3.10-
8. Mental Cases – acknowledged version – 13 April 1995 – 4.45-
9. The roads also have their wistful rest – fragment – 13 April 1995 – 4.15-
10. Soldier’s Dream – fragment – 13 April 1995 – 3.45-
11. Soldier’s Dream – acknowledged version – Good Friday, 14 April 1995 – 2.35-
12. I am the ghost of Shadwell Stair – fragment – 19 April 1995 – 1.30-
13. I am the ghost of Shadwell Stair – acknowledged version – 19 April 1995 – 3.00-
14. Last Words – fragment: The Last Laugh – 22 April 1995 – 2.10-
15. The Last Laugh – acknowledged version – 22 April 1995 – 3.45-
16. Single line from ‘Exposure’ – fragment – 22 April 1995 – 1.15-
17. Exposure – fragment – 22 April 1995 – 6.20-
18. Exposure – acknowledged version – Orthodox Easter Sunday, 23 April 1995 – 9.25-
19. Ode for a Poet Reported Missing: later reported killed – or Elegy for Music –
29 April 1995 – Introduction (general) –3.30 –
Introduction (short) 0.53 – Poem 3.05 – total time 7.28-

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1. Ode for a Poet Reported Missing: later reported killed – or Elegy for Music –
2nd reading – 26 April 1995 – 5.00-
2. Elegy in April and September (Jabbered among the Trees) –
Introduction 28 April 1995 6.15 – Poem 29 April 1995 4.00 – total time 10.15-
3. Elegy in April and September (Jabbered among the Trees) – 29 April 1995 – 4.05-
4. The Sentry – fragment – 1 May 1995 – 3.30-
5. The Sentry – acknowledged version – 2 May 1995 – 6.30-
6. SPRING OFFENSIVE – (compilation with fragments) – 2 May 1995 –
Introduction 7.15 – Pastorale 1.45 – Poem 7.55 – total time 16.55-
7. SPRING OFFENSIVE – acknowledged version –
Introduction and Pastorale 2.50 – Poem 9.10 – total time 12.00-

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1. SPRING OFFENSIVE – 2nd reading compilation with fragments – 10 May 1995 –
Introduction and Pastorale 1.18 – Poem 11.00 – total time 12.18-
2. SPRING OFFENSIVE – 2nd reading acknowledged version – Introduction and Pastorale 2.01 –
Poem 11.30 – total time 13.31-
3. The Woman’s Voice and SPRING OFFENSIVE – (compilation with fragments) –
16 May 1995 – Introduction 4.56 – Introduction and Pastorale 2.01 –
Poem 3rd reading 6.45 – total time 13.42-
4. The Woman’s Voice and SPRING OFFENSIVE – (acknowledged version) –
16 May 1995 – Introduction and Pastorale 1.20 – Poem 3rd reading 6.40 – total time 8.00-
5. STRANGE MEETING – 1st alternative completion version – 2nd reading – ‘foreheads have bled …’ – with some sprechgesang – 1 May 2009 – Introduction 1.02 – poem 12.25 – total time 13.25-

Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments

6. Introduction 5.34-
7. Written in a Wood – September 1910 – 21 May 1995 – 2.00-
8. My Dearest Colin – 21 May 1995 – 3.31-
9. O believe that God gives you – 21 May 1995 – 1.35-

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

1. To Poesy – A thousand suppliants stand around they Throne – 22 May 1995 – 15.45-
2. The Rivals – 21 May 1995 – 5.30-
3. A Rhymed Epistle to ELG – 21 May 1995 – 11.30-
4. The Dread of Falling into Naught – 22 May 1995 – 5.10-
5. Science has looked and sees no life but this – 22 May 1995 – 7.10-
6. The Two Reflections – 22 May 1995 – 2.10-
7. Unto what pinnacles of desperate heights – 22 May 1995 – 3.00-
8. Impromptu – 1st reading – 22 May 1995 – 6.00-
9. But it is not enough to look upon a rolling main – 22 May 1995 – 2.10-
10. When late I viewed the gardens of rich men – 22 May 1995 – 2.40-

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

1. Uriconium: an Ode – 29 May 1995 – 13.56-
2. Long ages past in Egypt thou wast worshipped – 30 May 1995 – 4.15-
3. O World of many worlds, O life of lives – 29 May 1995 – 5.05-
4. Nocturne – 29 May 1995 – 2.50-
5. Impromptu – 2nd reading – 29 May 1995 – 4.00-
6. A Palinode – 29 May 1995 – 6.20-
7. Whereas most women live this difficult life – 29 May 1995 – 2.10-
8. A New Heaven – 1st reading – 29 May 1995 – Introduction 3.00 – Poem 2.50 – total time 5.50-
9. A New Heaven – 2nd reading – 29 May 1995 – 2.55-
10. To a Comrade in Flanders – 29 May 1995 – Introduction 0.46 – Poem 2.44 – total time 3.30-
11. Beauty and Art are twin 0.27/ Storm 1st reading 2.15 – Introduction 3.54 – total time 6.36 –
Storm 2nd reading 2.15 – 29 May 1995 – grand total time 8.51-
12. To the Bitter Sweetheart, a Dream – 29 May 1995 – 2.50-
13. Roundel – 29 May 1995 – 1.55-
14. How do I love thee? – 29 May 1995 – 2.20-
15. The Fates – 30 May 1995 – 2.45-
16. Happiness – 30 May 1995 – 2.40-
17. Song of Songs – 30 May 1995 – 2.15-

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

1. Has your soul sipped – 30 May 1995 – 4.36-
2. The Swift – 30 May 1995 – 1.15-
3. Winter Song – 31 May 1995 – 1.50-
4. Le Christianisme – 31 May 1995 – 1.35-
5. Sweet is your antique body – 31 May 1995 – 2.15-
6. The Sleeping Beauty – 31 May 1995 – 2.25-
7. The city lights along the waterside – 31 May 1995 – 2.45-
8. Autumnal – 31 May 1995 – 2.26-
9. Perversity – 31 May 1995 – 2.15 –
10. Maundy Thursday – 4 June 1995 – 3.35-
11. The Peril of Love – 4 June 1995 – 2.10-
12. Whither is passed the swiftly vanished day? – 4 June 1995 – 2.25-
13. On my Songs – 4 June 1995 – 2.50-
14. To — – 5 June 1995 – 3.00-
15. 1914 – 5 June 1995 – 3.35-
16. Purple – 5 June 1995 – 3.00-
17. On a Dream – 5 June 1995 – 2.50-
18. From my diary, July 1914 – 6 June 1995 – 3.20-
19. A Ballad of Many Thorns – 6 June 1995 – 3.45-
20. Page Eglantine – 6 June 1995 – 1.35-
21. Miners – 7 June 1995 – 4.18-
22. The Rime of the Youthful Mariner – 6 June 1995 – 2.15-
23. Who is the God of Canongate? – 6 June 1995 – 3.50-
24. My Shy Hand – 7 June 1995 – 3.08-

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

1. At a Calvary near the Ancre – 8 June 1995 – 1st reading – Introduction 5.50 – Poem 1.40 –
total time 7.30 – 2nd reading – At a Calvary near the Ancre –
CPF Version – 8 June 1995 – Poem 2.16 – total time 9.46-
2. The Letter – 8 June 1995 – 2.40-
3. Schoolmistress – 5 July 1995 – 1st reading 2.20 – 2nd reading 1.45 – total time 4.00-
4. A Tear Song – 8 July 1995 – 3.10-
5. Arms and the Boy – 7 July 1995 – 2.20-
6. Training – 1st reading – 7 July 1995 – Introduction 2.43 – Poem 1.30 – total time 4.13 –
Training – 2nd reading CDL – 7 July 1995 – 2.00 – total time 6.13-
7. The Parable of the Old Man and the Young – 7 July 1995 – 1st reading 3.00 –
2nd reading (with some sprechgesang) – 2.55 – total time 5.55-
8. Smile, Smile, Smile – 7 July 1995 – 3.45-

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Supplemental-

Ballad of Kings and Christs – 2 June 1995 – 7.20-
The Women and the Slain – 4 June 1995 -7.30-
Has your soul sipped – 9 July 1995 – 3.45-
The Ballad of Many Thorns – 9 July 1995 – 3.40-
On My Songs – 9 July 1995 – Miners – 4.00-
Soldier’s Dream – 9 July 1995 – 2.25-
The Sentry – 10 July 1995 – 6.30-
Exposure – 9 July 1995 – 9.30-
Spring Offensive & Strange Meeting – Introduction – 1.45 – Spring Offensive 7.30 –
Strange Meeting 1st Alternative Completion Version 10.50 – 9 July 1995 – total time 20.05-

Complete readings finished – 10th July 1995.

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

The Little Mermaid – 26 July 1995 – beginning – Original Master Disc – time 61.35 minutes-

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments

The Little Mermaid – 26 July 1995 – conclusion – Original Master Disc –
time 28.25

Little Claus and Big Claus – 7 August 1995 – 35.18

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

The Little Mermaid – beginning – Parts I, II and III – time 59.09-

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Readings of Poems not associated with the compiled fragments-

The Little Mermaid – conclusion – 27.45-

Little Claus and Big Claus – 7 August 1995 – 35.18 –