Dylan Thomas: The Caedmon Collection, Part 5

The fifth installment in this collection features Dylan Thomas introducing and reading works by W.H. Auden, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats and other poets.

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In celebration of 50 years of spoken-word publishing, Caedmon released “Dylan Thomas: The Caedmon Collection,” available as audiocassettes and a beautifully designed 11-CD set.

Salon Premium subscribers can download the contents of all 11 CDs in MP3 format over the coming weeks. The fifth installment in this collection features Dylan Thomas introducing and reading works by W.H. Auden, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats and other poets.

To download the contents of the other CDs in this collection, please click here.

Complete downloads [65 MB]

You can download all tracks from the CD by selecting one of the archived files below. The archive includes a master playlist (.m3u), and a directory containing the individual MP3 files.

Windows users can download the entire CD as a ZIP archive here: CD5.zip

Macintosh users can download the entire CD as a Stuffit archive here: CD5.sit

Linux users can download the entire CD as a tar.gz archive here: CD5.tar.gz

If you would like to download the poems and stories individually (recommended for subscribers with dial-up connections) please use the links below.

The fifth CD contains the following tracks.



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