Audio Poetry CD from Voices in Wartime
Poetry from the Anthology and the film.
|31 Poems from the Voices in Wartime Anthology and the feature-length film. Includes poems read by their authors from around the world from Iraq to London, Baghdad to Seattle, as well as poems from the past by poets such as Wilfred Owens, Alan Seeger, Emily Dickinson, and Langston Hughes. |
Music composed by Stephen Lamb and Anton Sanko.
Produced by Stephen Lamb.
Audio clips from selected tracks are available to listen to before you purchase - just click on the desired
format next to the track title.
|1.||A Soldier's Arabic by Brian Turner - mp3 / wma|
|2.||War - the concise version by Rachel Bentham|
|3.||Sheepherder Coffee by Sam Hamill - mp3 / wma|
|4.||Wars by Sinan Antoon|
|5.||Tanka I/II by Shoda Shinoe|
|6.||2000 lbs. by Brian Turner - mp3 / wma|
|7.||Easy by Sampurna Chattarji|
|8.||Losses by Randall Jarrell (read by Andrew Himes)|
|9.||California Poppy by Emily Warn|
|10.||Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night by Walt Whitman (read by Wayne Shepherd) - mp3 / wma|
|11.||Letter to Brother that Went to War by Antonieta Villamil|
|12.||Expendable by Langston Hughes|
|13.||The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (read by Andrew Himes)|
|14.||Poem #639 by Emily Dickinson (read by Lisbeth Scott)|
|15.||Food for Thought, 3AM by David Connolly|
|16.||Sadiq by Brian Turner|
|17.||Wearing Faces by David Connolly|
|18.||I Have a Rendezvous with Death by Alan Seeger (read by Stephen Lamb) - mp3 / wma|
|19.||Break a Leg by Chris Abani|
|20.||The Last Laugh by Wilfred Owen (read by Graham Townsley)|
|21.||Does it Matter? by Siegfried Sassoon (read by Jason Williams)|
|22.||Fragment: A Farewell by Wilfred Owen (read by Graham Townsley)|
|23.||Why I Can't by David Connolly - mp3 / wma|
|24.||Drummer Hodge by Thomas Hardy (read by Faith Himes Lamb) - mp3 / wma|
|25.||Unrhymed Peace Sonnet by Marilyn Nelson|
|26.||Lament to the Spirit of War by Enheduanna (Sumerian Priestess) (read by Dorothy King)|
|27.||The Killer of Iraq by Hashim Shafiq (translated by Hubert Hodgin)|
|28.||Stabat Mater by Chris Abani|
|29.||If You Are Lucky in This Life by Cameron Penny (read by Marie Howe)|
|30.||Poem for an Iraqi Child in a Forgotten news clip by Pamela Talene Hale|
|31.||Epitaph on a Tyrant by W. H. Auden (read by Chris Hedges)|
|32.||Remembrance by Stephen Lamb - mp3 / wma|
Poems read by author unless otherwise noted.