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

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sun 5. Aug 2018, 18:31

This project is now complete! All audio files can be found on our catalog page: https://legamus.eu/blog/?p=1003

A Full Moon in March by William Butler Yeats (*1865 - † 1939)
William Butler Yeats first published this collection in 1935. In it, he developed themes and symbolism prevalent throughout his work, including his fascination with masks and Irish legends.
(Summary by Newgatenovelist)
Text source: (please only read from this text!)

Prooflistener: Newgatenovelist

How to claim a chapter?
Choose a chapter that has no reader assigned yet. Click on POSTREPLY at the bottom of this page to answer to this topic.

Magic Window


Intro, Outro and Disclaimer for CC0:
At the beginning of each file please say:
[Section number] of A Full Moon in March by William Butler Yeats. This Legamus recording may be distributed and adapted freely for any purpose.
(if you wish: Read by [your name]**)
[Chapter title]

At the end of each section please say:
End of [Section number]
(if you wish: Read by [your name]**)
At the end of the project please say additionally:
"End of A Full Moon in March by William Butler Yeats. For more information or to volunteer, please visit Legamus.eu"

For roles, please include a credit:
'Character, read by your name', eg, 'Second Attendant, read by Phil Benson'

**Please add your name at the beginning or the end, not in both places.

About recording:
Set your recording software to:
Channels: 1 (Mono)
Bit Rate: 128 kbps
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz

Please leave 5 seconds silence at the end of your recording, or 10 seconds for files longer than 30 minutes!

Save files as:
128 kbps MP3
fullmoon_##_yeats.mp3
(all lower-case) where ## is your section number.
(shorten the first part of the filename if too long!)

Add the following tags to your .mp3 file (how you do this depends on which software you use - if you are unsure about ID3 tags, please ask). Please mind upper and lower case!

Title: ## - [Section title]
Artist: William Butler Yeats
Album: A Full Moon in March
Genre: Speech
Track Number: Section Number (if sections are numbered from 1, section +1, if sections are numbered from 0)

How to upload your file:
Use https://upload.legamus.eu/ (MC/BC will provide login-info for you).
When your file is uploaded, you will get a link. Please post the link here.

And now?
Please check for new posts in this thread until your section has been prooflistened.

Happy recording :)

------------for your MC -----------------------------------
Wiki author: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._B._Yeats
Wiki translator:
Wiki book:
published: 1935 / [language: English]
category: poetry, verse drama / Tags: ###
username: [your name] / no homepage
Section: 20 / preface: 1 / License: CC0
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Last edited by Newgatenovelist on Tue 29. Jan 2019, 23:25, edited 2 times in total.

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sun 5. Aug 2018, 18:44

The readers for this project will be unreadpages, GrayHouse, Craigos, eggs4ears and Newgatenovelist.

To the MC who sets up the project: I've set this up as I would on LV. Sections 00 and 03-09 are for unreadpages, and sections 01 and 02 are 'group', with all five readers named above. Sections 10-19 are for individual roles for the two verse dramas, sections 01 and 02. If as BC I can assign sections, that's great. If only an MC can do that on Legamus, then I'll type it out below:

00-unreadpages
01-unreadpages, GrayHouse, Craigos, eggs4ears and Newgatenovelist
02-unreadpages, GrayHouse, Craigos, eggs4ears and Newgatenovelist
03-unreadpages
04-unreadpages
05-unreadpages
06-unreadpages
07-unreadpages
08-unreadpages
09-unreadpages
10-GrayHouse [FMM - Narrator]
11-unreadpages [FMM - First Attendant]
12-eggs4ears [FMM - Second Attendant]
13-Newgatenovelist [FMM - Queen]
14-Craigos [FMM - Swineherd]
15-Newgatenovelist [KGCT - Narrator]
16-eggs4ears [KGCT - First Attendant]
17-unreadpages [KGCT - Second Attendant]
18-Craigos [KGCT - King]
19-GrayHouse [KGCT - Stroller]

If that's completely unclear, please say so!
Erin

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

Post by Viktor » Sat 11. Aug 2018, 11:03

Hello! I'm very happy to MC this!

Only I can create the Magic Window, but once it's there, you can edit anything you like!

Edit: MW created, password sent, moving to "Readers Found".

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sat 11. Aug 2018, 12:13

Fabulous! Thank you so much!

I'm looking forward to bringing late Yeats out in audio!
Erin

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Tue 14. Aug 2018, 20:53

The Queen from A Full Moon in March is ready for PL, if anybody wants to kill five minutes.

https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3 4.35
Erin

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

Post by GrayHouse » Wed 15. Aug 2018, 20:21

Hi Erin,
Section 13 is PL OK - a lovely start to the project.
-Ian

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

Post by craigos » Wed 15. Aug 2018, 21:31

Hi
Just checking in.

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Wed 15. Aug 2018, 23:37

His (first) post isn't showing yet, but Ian has let me know that he's PLed the file for the Queen. (Thank you, Ian!) I'm posting to avoid duplicating the effort, on the off chance that someone else comes along and does likewise before the PL post displays.
Erin

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Mon 20. Aug 2018, 15:07

Ian has very kindly offered to PL my other lines, so here is the narrator from the King of the Great Clock Tower:

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

3.46

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

Post by GrayHouse » Tue 21. Aug 2018, 23:17

Hi Erin,

Section 15 is PL OK - nicely done. My only comment is that you didn't record a credit for yourself (as Narrator) in the Character list. I'm not sure if that was deliberate?

Here's my first file for PL. It's my first attempt at a legamus recording. I'm fairly new to dramatic readings too, so hopefully I haven't done too many things wrong!

- https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
- 3:43

The Narrator for section 1 is almost done - just need a few retakes...

-Ian

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Wed 22. Aug 2018, 21:01

Hi Ian,

I'm glad one of us was concentrating! Yes, I completely forgot the narrator credit. I've also bunged in a credit for the Queen. She doesn't speak, but the references to her will sound odd if her presence on stage isn't at least mentioned before the play begins. The extra bits are at 0.26-0.31.
https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3

You needn't have worried, your file is perfectly PL OK. And who knows, maybe you'll develop a taste for dramatic readings...

Erin

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

Post by GrayHouse » Wed 22. Aug 2018, 23:02

Hi Erin,
That's perfect - PL OK.
-Ian

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Thu 23. Aug 2018, 10:43

Thank you very much, Ian. That's a relief!

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

Post by GrayHouse » Fri 24. Aug 2018, 01:22

And here's section 10 ready for PL:
- https://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/ ... _yeats.mp3
- 3:48

I've recorded quite a lot of the directions that you'll probably leave out. It was easier to record them than to second-guess your decisions and end up getting it wrong!

-Ian

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Fri 24. Aug 2018, 19:56

Hi Ian,

No worries at all about the extra lines. That is precisely what I do if I narrate - I assume it's much easier just to record it and not have it used than the reverse.

Section 10 is PL OK, and you've just rounded off two roles!
Erin

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

Post by unreadpages » Sat 25. Aug 2018, 17:16

Can I just clarify about the singing?
There seems to be singing in both Full Moon and The King - should the attendants' roles be sung in both?
Also, it seems both attendants sing - was that the plan? If so they probably need to sing at least related melodies. Should Phil and I co-ordinate this?
Peter

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

Post by Newgatenovelist » Sun 26. Aug 2018, 00:30

Hi Peter,

I'm willing to be flexible about most of the singing versus speaking, especially as some of the stage directions are already being ignored so the project can be done at all.

Many of the stage directions won't be used, so some of these will be at your discretion. You could, for instance, use it to distinguish between or blur the boundaries when the lines flip back and forth between the first attendant and the first attendant as queen. (That's not a mandate, just an example.)

For the song on pp. 4-5 of A Full Moon in March, I couldn't learn if Yeats had a particular melody in mind. My plan, such as it was, was to use the second attendant's lines in their entirety and probably use your lines much more sparingly than the stage directions indicate. I'm not saying it was a good plan, and if you had a melody in mind I'd be open to hearing it!

If that's only muddied the waters, please say so.
Erin


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

Post by unreadpages » Tue 28. Aug 2018, 15:38

Sorry, forgot to put tags - I'm used to LV!
Do you want me to re-upload with tags?
Peter


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