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Various - Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest® - Performing Poetry (An Audio Guide) FLAC
  • Performer Various
  • Title Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest® - Performing Poetry (An Audio Guide)
  • Country US
  • Style Education, Poetry, Spoken Word
  • Label National Edowment For The Arts, Poetry Foundation
  • Other formats CD
  • Genre Sounds
  • Size MP3 1452 mb
  • Size FLAC 1466 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 801


1We Wear The Mask
Read By – Rita DoveWritten-By – Paul Laurence Dunbar
2Hope' Is The Thing With Feathers
Read By – David Henry HwangWritten-By – Emily Dickinson
4Fern Hill
Read By – Anthony HopkinsWritten-By – Dylan Thomas
5When You Are Old
Read By – Diane ThielWritten-By – William Butler Yeats
6Coveying Emotion, With Excerpts From Hamlet
Written-by [Hamlet Excerpts] – William Shakespeare
7I Hear America Singing
Read By – Richard RodriguezWritten-By – Walt Whitman
8The Unknown Citizen
Written-By – W.H. Auden
9Anyone Lived In A Pretty How Town
Read By – David MasonWritten-By – E.E. Cummings
10The Lake Isle Of Innisfree
Read By – Anthony HopkinsWritten-By – William Butler Yeats
11The Good-Morrow
Read By – David Mason Written-By – John Donne
12David Schwimmer On The Power Of Language
Read By – David Schwimmer
13Jenny Kiss'd Me
Read By – Kay RyanWritten-By – Leigh Hunt
14The Power Of Poetry
Read By – Dana Gioia
15David Mason On Knowing Poems By Heart
Read By – David Mason
16Sonnet 55
Read By – James Earl JonesWritten-By – William Shakespeare
17Fire And Ice
Read By – N. Scott MomadayWritten-By – Robert Frost
18The Road Not Taken
Read By – Dana GioiaWritten-By – Robert Frost
19Punching Words
20I Think I Should Have Loved You Presently
Read By – Alyssa MilanoWritten-By – Edna St. Vincent Millay
22N. Scott Momaday Remembers His Parents
Read By – M. Scott Momaday
Read By – Khandi AlexanderWritten-By – Langston Hughes
24The World Is Too Much With Us
Read By – Angela LansburyWritten-By – William Wordsworth
Read By – David SchwimmerWritten-By – Lewis Carroll
26 The Pleasure Of Poetry
27When I Have Fears That I May Cease To Be
Read By – Rita DoveWritten-By – John Keats
28From "Annabel Lee"
Read By – Khandi AlexanderWritten-By – Edgar Allan Poe
29To My Dear And Loving Husband
Read By – Alyssa MilanoWritten-By – Anne Bradstreet
31Kay Ryan Remembers Her Grandmother
Read By – Kay Ryan
32Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Read By – Alfred MolinaWritten-By – Dylan Thomas
33 Introduction
Read By – N. Scott MomadayWritten-By – Percy Bysshe Shelly
35Pied Beauty
Read By – Kay RyanWritten-By – Gerard Manley Hopkins


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Poetry Out Loud encourages the study of great poetry. The program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about literary history and contemporary life. Nervous about reciting Unsure of where to start Dont be-everything you need to help you perform a successful recitation is right here. Information for students. From participating in Poetry Out Loud, I learned that poetry is surprisingly engaging and relatable. No matter who you are, where you come from, or what your story is, there is some poem out there you can connect with. Poets have the gift of putting emotions and human experiences into words. Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest video from the Franco American Heritage Center in Out Loud seeks to foster the next generation of literary readers by capitalizing on the latest trends in poetry - recitation and performance. The program builds on the resurgence of poetry as an oral art form, as seen in the slam poetry movement and the immense popularity of rap music among youth. Poetry Out Loud invites the dynamic aspects of slam poetry, spoken word, and theater into the English class. Through Poetry Out Loud, students can master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about their literary heritage. The Poetry Out Loud: Recitation Contest was created in 2006 by the National Endowment for the Arts under chairman Dana Gioia and The Poetry Foundation. The contest seeks to increase awareness in the art of performing poetry, with substantial cash prizes being awarded to schools that participate, and includes representatives from each of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U. Virgin Islands. Poetry Out Loud is a national contest in which high school students memorize and recite poetry for an audience. The competition begins on a school-wide level, with the winners at each school advancing to the statewide competition held at the Culture Center in Charleston March 13 - 14, 2020. The winners from each US state and territory then compete at the National Finals in Washington, D. each spring. The Poetry Out Loud curriculum is designed to meet state and national standards in Language Arts and Reading. Participation helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, a. Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest Performing Poetry Audio Guide CD NEW. From United States. Style: PoetryArtist: Various. Various Artists - Poetry Classics: Great Voices. Top Rated Seller. Got one to sell Get it in front of 160 million buyers. Make an Offer. The National Poetry Contest was first held in 2010 in Hrazdan through the efforts of a Peace Corps Volunteer. This years event will feature 48 students from every region of Armenia. Students from grades 7 through 12 will compete against their peers while reciting original works of American and English poetry. Recitations will include everything from some of the most famous poems of all time to newly published poems. The Peace Corps was founded by President John Kennedy in 1961. Callery has competed in Poetry Out Loud since her freshman year of high school. While she has made it to the state finals every year, this was her first trip to the national finals. She attributed her success to the deep connection she felt to her poems, two of which are by indigenous poets. She explained, Being able to find a huge variety of Native-American poets and having someone who represents you makes a difference. able to connect to your poems on a really deep level. Callery will head to Wisconsin in the fall to attend college. While she hasn't quite decided o. Genre: Comedy & Spoken WordStyle: PoetryArtist: VariousCustoms services and international tracking provided. ROD MCKUEN The French Connection CD Album 1994 RARE Spoken Word Jacques Brel EX-. Get it in front of 17 million UK buyers. Make an offer. CENTENARY - WORDS & MUSIC OF THE GREAT WAR 2014 2CD Imelda Staunton, Jim Carter