COMPLETE [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Wed 29. Aug 2018, 16:57

It's easily done! Tags can be added later for that section, no worries.

Sections 00 and 04 are PL OK.

Two notes for 03

2.01-2.04, p. 47, second line of II
Had de Valera eaten Parnell's heart
Check pronunciation of Eamon de Valera's name
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/defin ... era,_eamon

Outro - please use 'end of section 3'

Erin


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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Fri 31. Aug 2018, 23:53

Be careful what you wish for! I found a couple, so here goes.

Sections 07 and 08 are PL OK.

Section 05
0.18-0.21, p. 54, second line
Out of Ben Bulben and Knocknarea,
https://forvo.com/word/knocknarea_-_cnoc_na_riabh/#ga

Section 06
1.10-1.11, p. 57, end of first poem
Tune: Paistin Finn
https://forvo.com/word/páistín/#ga

Section 09
3.34-3.39, p. 65, 5, end of first stanza
A sort of besom that can clear the soul
Of everything that is not mind or sense.
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/besom

6.05-6.11, p. 68, end of 8
What sacred drama through her body heaved
When world-transforming Charlemagne was first conceived?
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/defin ... harlemagne

Outro - please add the extra end of book disclaimer

Erin

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by unreadpages » Sat 1. Sep 2018, 15:34

Sects 3, 5, 6 and 9 have been reuploaded.
Cheers
Peter

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sat 1. Sep 2018, 19:41

Hi Peter,

Thank you. Unfortunately, I'm afraid you've just hit on another one of the differences between Legamus and LV. Files uploaded anew don't automatically overwrite the previous version as they do on LV, and the links the uploader generates are different. It's rather unlikely, but if you still have the links, could you please post them? If not, just upload again (sorry about that!).
Erin

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by unreadpages » Sun 2. Sep 2018, 08:56

OK, have re-reuploaded and here are links:
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
Times are same as previous uploads
Regarding the plays, I have been holding off to see how the other attendant handles the singing - but may jump in if no model to follow!
Peter

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sun 2. Sep 2018, 10:56

Thanks - 3, 5, 6 and 9 are PL OK.

If you're going first, you get to be the pace car! Please don't worry unduly; I've already scrapped a some of the guidelines (like for your role to be a soprano!).
Erin


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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by unreadpages » Sun 16. Sep 2018, 07:22

And here is Sect 17
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
1:35
Let me know whether the singing works out.
Didn't put tags for these, thought maybe they would not be required, but can put them in if needed.
Cheers
Peter

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sun 16. Sep 2018, 12:24

Thank you, these are brilliant!

Section 17 is PL OK.

I almost don't like to mention it, but there's one small note for section 11. It's at 2.09-2.15, the penultimate line of p. 17 (8 of 11 in the scan):
Cry that [heard the] wrong came not from me
But my virgin cruelty.
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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by unreadpages » Tue 18. Sep 2018, 06:12

Newgatenovelist wrote:
Sun 16. Sep 2018, 12:24
Thank you, these are brilliant!

Section 17 is PL OK.

I almost don't like to mention it, but there's one small note for section 11. It's at 2.09-2.15, the penultimate line of p. 17 (8 of 11 in the scan):
Cry that [heard the] wrong came not from me
But my virgin cruelty.
Erin
Have amended Ch 11 and will reupload in next 24 hours.
BTW have just submitted Huysmans "The Cathedral" for LV - just in case you're available - no pressure.
Peter

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Tue 18. Sep 2018, 23:14

Section 11 is spot PL OK.

I'm looking forward to the next instalment of Huysmans. If you'd like me to DPL, just say so in the thread when you post the project (and then let me know!).
Erin

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by craigos » Sat 22. Sep 2018, 15:02

https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3 3:13

I'm not sure I have any idea what I am doing! Hope this is OK. :|


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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sat 22. Sep 2018, 21:05

Hi Craig,

Yeah, the system is a bit squirrely until you get used to it! I prefer it to the redesigned LV one that came in earlier this year, but I think I'm probably in the minority.

I have a couple of PL notes for your sections:

Section 14, Swineherd

0.43-0.46, last line p. 7 [page 3 of 11 in the pdf]
Look on [heard at] my scratched foul flesh.

2.21-2.23, first line p. 12 [6 of 11]
...the night [heard nights] of love,


Section 18, King

2.53-2.56, last line p. 35 [6 of 9]
If he was [heard were] not your lover in that place

3.17-3.24, second half of p. 36 [7 of 9]
Ah! That is [heard That's] better. Let the voice ring out.
Let everybody hear that [heard the] song of joy.


When you upload the altered files, please include the links in your post. New links are generated with each upload - it isn't like LV - so to download the new files I'll need the new links.
Erin


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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Mon 24. Sep 2018, 21:59

Thank you! Sections 14 and 18 are PL OK. I hope you contribute to many more Legamus projects!

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by eggs4ears » Mon 5. Nov 2018, 08:43

Parts 12 & 16 uploaded. I noticed Peter's post on coordinating the singing after I had recorded, but I'm happy to re-record to fit in.

https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3

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Re: [ENGLISH] A Full Moon in March - W. B. Yeats - vik

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sat 10. Nov 2018, 18:30

Hi Phil,

Sorry it's taken me so long! Sections 12 and 16 are PL OK, so thank you!
Erin

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