LibriVox 8th Anniversary Collection cover

LibriVox 8th Anniversary Collection


1. Number Sixty-eight
2. Eight Brand New Bits of Christmas Cheer
3. The Hunting of the Snark, an Agony in Eight Fits
4. Sonnet VIII
5. The Eight-oared Victors, Chapter 35
6. Selection from Pieces of Eight
7. Eight or Nine Words about Letter Writing
8. Eight Bad Men and True
9. The Rochdale Twenty-eight
10. 碁石を呑んだ八っちゃん (Goishi wo nonda Yattyan)
11. Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 108, June 8, 1895
12. Eight O'Clock
13. The Eighth Illinois, Chapter 8
14. Eight days in New Orleans in February, 1847, Chapter 8
15. Couplets sur l'heureuse journée du dix-huit fructidor, an 5
16. Eighth Lecture: General Dynamics. Principle of Relativity
17. King Henry VIII, Prologue and Epilogue
18. 8. Kosmosvortrag
19. Gieb acht!
20. The Serpent with Eight Heads
21. August Eighth
22. John Bunyan's Last Sermon - Preached 1688
23. Eight Lectures: Lecture 5
24. Address of Oscar Neebe from The Chicago Martyrs - The Famous Speeches of the Eight Anarchists
25. Preface and Chapter 1 of Eighty-Seven
26. For the Eighth of December
27. Idee 8
28. Eight Stories for Isabel
29. International Coinage - A Unit of Eight Grammes
30. Introductory Romance From the Pen of William Tinkling, Esq. (Aged Eight)
31. Edit du Roi, Portant création de huit Charges de Gardes de la porte de Monsieur
32. Henry the Eighth's Chin
33. 8 Alcoholic Beverages
34. The Octopus
35. The Plea for Eight Hours
36. Recollection of the Portrait of King Henry Eighth, Trinity Lodge, Cambridge
37. The Love Letters of Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn
38. Eight Cousins, Chapter 2, The Clan
39. אַ געזינד זאַלבע אַכט ‏ A gezind zalbe akht)
40. The Trailer for Room No. 8
41. Sześć razy osiém (Six times eight)
42. Psalm 8
43. Extract from Eight Pillars of Prosperity: Eighth Pillar - Self-reliance
44. Damen-bildnis aus den achtziger-Jahren
45. The Octagon, from The Life of William Ewart Gladstone
46. Sonnenfinsternis am 8. Juli 1842, Die
47. סאָנעט אַכט פֿון װיליִאַם שעקספּיר ‏ (sonet akht)
48. My Enemy the Motor: A Tale in Eight Honks and One Crash
49. Foreign body in the Naso-Pharynx for eighteen years
50. The Eight Beatitudes
51. Gardening in the Eighteenth Century
52. Sonnets 8, 18, 28 and 38 of Emaricdulfe
53. Letters I to VIII of Political and social letters of a lady of the eighteenth century, 1721-1771
54. Eight Little Letters Make Three Little Words
55. König Heinrich der Achte - Prologue
56. Acht
57. God's Octave
58. Shall Our Presidents Be Elected For Eight Years?
59. Sculling Fours and Eights
60. Booksellers' Sales in the Eighteenth Century
61. A Tete-a-tete at Eight
62. Les huit chevreaux
63. Eight hour Strike
64. Collecting Eight Billions of Dollars for the Government, from Munsey’s Magazine, April 1920
65. The Eight Immortals of the Wine Cup
66. Elizabeth Woodcock buried in the snow of February 1799,Eight days and Eight nights
67. Sechse, Sieben oder Acht
68. The Eight Immortals
69. Die achte Todsünde
70. No. 289 - A Vision
71. The Eight Roads from The Broom Fairies, and Other Stories
72. When Hannah Var Eight Yar Old
73. Sonnet 8
74. Eight Years in a British Consulate, from 1861 to 1869
75. A Note on the Problem of the Eight Queens
76. Oh Mensch! Gieb acht!
77. In The Year 2889
78. Proverbs: Chapter 8
79. Eight-day Clocks
80. Eight
81. A Shropshire Lad: Poem VIII
82. Que ne suis-je la fougère? Bergerette du XVIII siècle
83. Das achte Oktavheft
84. Von acht Rossen
85. Selection from Eighty Years and More: 'My First Speech Before a Legislature'
86. Die acht Brunos
87. A Retrospect of Eight Decades, Chapters I and II
88. Oh, LibriVox is Eight, it is

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For the past few years we have celebrated the anniversary of LibriVox with a collection loosely themed on the number of the anniversary year. This year is no exception.Readers have contributed 88 recordings in Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Polish and Yiddish, and this feast of fiction, poetry, essays, articles and musical items ranges from lectures to love letters, science to songs, travel to taxes, and politics to pirates, spiced with a dash of humour.It has, as always, been enormous fun for the readers and singers, and we hope that you, the listener, will gain just as much enjoyment as we have had producing it. (Introduction by Ruth Golding) Some additional notes: Section 5, Extract from The Eight-oared Victors, Chapter 35, was written by Howard Garis under his pseudonym Lester Chadwick. Section 37, Love Letters of Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn by Henry VIII also includes letters to Henry from Anne Boleyn (1501-1536). Section 53, Letters I to VIII of Political and Social Letters of a Lady of the 18th Century was edited by Emily Fanny Dorothy Osborn McDonnell (1851-1925). Section 54 Eight Little Letters Make Three Little Words: Words by Bert Kalmar (1884-1947); Music by Ted Snyder (1881-1965). Section 55, Koenig Heinrich der Achte – Prologue was translated into the German by Wolf Graf Baudissin (1789-1878). Section 65, The Eight Immortals of the Wine Cup was translated into English by Shigeyoshi Obata. Section 77, In The Year 2889 was jointly written by Jules Verne (1828-1905) and Michel Verne (1861-1925). Section 79, Eight-day Clocks was written by Mary Mapes Dodge under her pseudonym Joel Stacy. Section 82, Que ne suis je la fougère Bergerette du 18ième siècle. Words: Riboutté (1770-1834); Music: Pergolesi (1710-1736).