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Close Listening -- readings and conversations at WPS1.Org
Clocktower Studio, New York, April 28, 2006

McEvilley reads classic Greek Poetry
McEvilley reads Homer, Sappho, Aeschylus, and Meleajer in Greek, with translation and commentary (27:28): MP3

McEvilley in Conversation with Charles Bernstein (28:24): MP3

Close Listening produced by Charles Bernstein for WPS1
© 2006 Thomas McEvilley and Charles Bernstein
Studio Engineer: Darrell McNeill


Thomas McEvilley reads Sappho, fragments 1, 2, 16, 31, 94 and 96 (in English and Greek), March 25, 2009

Go to McEvilley's Sappho introduction and the full texts of the transaltions at EPC Digital Library

  1. Introduction (1:38): MP3
  2. Fragment 1, English (1:30): MP3
  3. Fragment 1, Greek (1:42): MP3
  4. Fragment 2, English (0:48): MP3
  5. Fragment 16, English (0:53): MP3
  6. Fragment 16, Greek (1:01): MP3
  7. Fragment 31, English (0:39): MP3
  8. Fragment 31, Greek (1:00): MP3
  9. Fragment 94, English (1:09): MP3
  10. Fragment 94, Greek (1:41): MP3
  11. Fragment 96, Greek (1:03): MP3
  12. Complete Reading (13:20): MP3
See also McEvilley's 17 Ancient Poems at Jacket2 / EPC Digital Library

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