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Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (abridged)

Read by Rupert Degas

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Contents: MP3320

Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (Abridged)

4:48:59
$60.90
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Titus is seven.

7:14
$2.10

The Countess walked with a frown on her brow…

5:53
$1.05

Cora and Clarice, although they did not know…

6:49
$1.05
Show 46 remaining tracks for Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (Abridged)

The husky, whispering sound of a score of flying gowns…

6:31
$1.05

He beat his fist into the palm of his other hand.

6:34
$1.05

When Titus awoke the walls of the cave were leaping…

5:41
$1.05

Titus was to be kept in the lichen fort for a week.

4:08
$1.05

There was no sound in all Gormenghast…

7:49
$2.10

It was on the following afternoon that Mrs. Slagg died.

7:45
$2.10

A few days later when Steerpike saw Fuschia emerge…

3:52
$1.05

At the end of the three hours that lay before him…

3:42
$1.05

Steerpike's return to the castle's heart was rapid…

6:04
$1.05

It was then that there was a knock at the door.

6:10
$1.05

At the same time Steerpike was fighting to free himself…

4:49
$1.05

When Steerpike had come out of his faint…

6:42
$1.05

Mr. Flay had been sitting for over an hour…

7:50
$2.10

In January the snow came down.

7:47
$2.10

While Flay in his wilderness of hollow halls was brooding…

7:15
$2.10

Dr. Prunesquallor sank back on the couch by the window…

5:15
$1.05

The Doctor had told the Countess…

6:32
$1.05

She turned on her heel…

5:17
$1.05

When Flay heard the door open quietly below him…

5:31
$1.05

And so, without a moment to lose…

5:38
$1.05

It was lucky for Titus that when the Doctor started…

5:56
$1.05

When at last Steerpike came to a certain door…

6:24
$1.05

When Flay and the Doctor, in their different ways…

3:17
$1.05

What he did not realise was that the death…

4:50
$1.05

A few days after the murder of Mr. Flay…

6:53
$1.05

The day of the Bright Carvings was at hand.

6:19
$1.05

Then he began to run…

4:48
$1.05

It was hunger that finally woke him.

7:09
$2.10

All of a sudden, Titus knew that he was lying alone…

5:24
$1.05

There was no one alive in Gormenghast who could remember…

5:27
$1.05

For little short of a fortnight the rain continued…

5:08
$1.05

Driven from haunt to haunt…

6:10
$1.05

It was not that Fuschia did not struggle…

3:33
$1.05

Now that the flood had reached its height…

4:48
$1.05

He was altogether exhausted…

4:30
$1.05

Knowing that he had several hours to wait…

9:38
$2.10

The unwitting pageantry of the lantern-lit boats…

7:31
$2.10

Titus, as the minutes had passed…

5:28
$1.05

Nevertheless, the time came when the boatman…

6:09
$1.05

When she turned her eye back…

6:30
$1.05

All at once there was a terrible cry from below…

5:54
$1.05

The boats moved out with much splashing of oars…

6:37
$1.05

Ignoring all precautions, he wrenched the boughs about him…

4:55
$1.05

When Titus saw that this was indeed so…

3:31
$1.05

There was no more rain.

5:51
$1.05

One evening in the late spring…

5:31
$1.05
Hide 46 tracks for Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (Abridged)

Contents: FLAC44100

Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (Abridged)

4:48:59
$72.50
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Titus is seven.

7:14
$2.50

The Countess walked with a frown on her brow…

5:53
$1.25

Cora and Clarice, although they did not know…

6:49
$1.25
Show 46 remaining tracks for Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (Abridged)

The husky, whispering sound of a score of flying gowns…

6:31
$1.25

He beat his fist into the palm of his other hand.

6:34
$1.25

When Titus awoke the walls of the cave were leaping…

5:41
$1.25

Titus was to be kept in the lichen fort for a week.

4:08
$1.25

There was no sound in all Gormenghast…

7:49
$2.50

It was on the following afternoon that Mrs. Slagg died.

7:45
$2.50

A few days later when Steerpike saw Fuschia emerge…

3:52
$1.25

At the end of the three hours that lay before him…

3:42
$1.25

Steerpike's return to the castle's heart was rapid…

6:04
$1.25

It was then that there was a knock at the door.

6:10
$1.25

At the same time Steerpike was fighting to free himself…

4:49
$1.25

When Steerpike had come out of his faint…

6:42
$1.25

Mr. Flay had been sitting for over an hour…

7:50
$2.50

In January the snow came down.

7:47
$2.50

While Flay in his wilderness of hollow halls was brooding…

7:15
$2.50

Dr. Prunesquallor sank back on the couch by the window…

5:15
$1.25

The Doctor had told the Countess…

6:32
$1.25

She turned on her heel…

5:17
$1.25

When Flay heard the door open quietly below him…

5:31
$1.25

And so, without a moment to lose…

5:38
$1.25

It was lucky for Titus that when the Doctor started…

5:56
$1.25

When at last Steerpike came to a certain door…

6:24
$1.25

When Flay and the Doctor, in their different ways…

3:17
$1.25

What he did not realise was that the death…

4:50
$1.25

A few days after the murder of Mr. Flay…

6:53
$1.25

The day of the Bright Carvings was at hand.

6:19
$1.25

Then he began to run…

4:48
$1.25

It was hunger that finally woke him.

7:09
$2.50

All of a sudden, Titus knew that he was lying alone…

5:24
$1.25

There was no one alive in Gormenghast who could remember…

5:27
$1.25

For little short of a fortnight the rain continued…

5:08
$1.25

Driven from haunt to haunt…

6:10
$1.25

It was not that Fuschia did not struggle…

3:33
$1.25

Now that the flood had reached its height…

4:48
$1.25

He was altogether exhausted…

4:30
$1.25

Knowing that he had several hours to wait…

9:38
$2.50

The unwitting pageantry of the lantern-lit boats…

7:31
$2.50

Titus, as the minutes had passed…

5:28
$1.25

Nevertheless, the time came when the boatman…

6:09
$1.25

When she turned her eye back…

6:30
$1.25

All at once there was a terrible cry from below…

5:54
$1.25

The boats moved out with much splashing of oars…

6:37
$1.25

Ignoring all precautions, he wrenched the boughs about him…

4:55
$1.25

When Titus saw that this was indeed so…

3:31
$1.25

There was no more rain.

5:51
$1.25

One evening in the late spring…

5:31
$1.25
Hide 46 tracks for Mervyn Peake: Gormenghast (Abridged)