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Canto 37

Ezra Pound's monumental poem The Cantos is the longest and most sustained literary effort made by a poet of the modernist generation in any language. It took half a century to write: begun…

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Canto 36

Cantos36 by Ezra Pound Introduced by Roxana Preda Read by Paul Cunningham

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Canto 31

Canto 31 by Ezra Pound Introduced by Roxana Preda Read by Paul Cunningham

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Learning Technology Showcase March 2018, Part 2

Lecture Technology Showcase (run by the Learning Teaching and Web division of Information Services, University of Edinburgh) of 29th March 2018 on the subject of lecture recording. Part 2. Speakers:…

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Canto 25

Ezra Pound's canto 25 read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Canto 22

Ezra Pounds canto 22 read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Canto 21

Ezra Pounds canto 21 read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Canto 8

Ezra Pounds canto 8 read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Canto 30

Ezra Pounds canto 30 read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Canto 17

Ezra Pounds canto 17 read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Plainte pour la Mort du Roi Richard, Coeur de Lion

Transcribed for violin bye Ezra Pound, and played on the Violik by Kamil Tchalaev.

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Canto 20 (Part 1)

Ezra Pounds canto 20 ( Part 1) read by Paul Cunningham and moderated by David Moody

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Madame, tros vos me spremes

Edited and transcribed for violin by Ezra Pound.Played on the Violik by Kamil Tchalaev

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