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 Offer Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Leopard (unabridged)

Read by David Horovitch

David Horovitch’s voice, rich in timbre and sepia in tone, is wonderfully paired with this masterpiece, a tale of degeneration and ruin. Like the declining House of Salina itself, Horovitch’s... More…

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Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Leopard (Unabridged)

9:01:27
$114.45
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

1: Introduction to the Prince, May 1860

8:10
$2.10

With a wildly excited Bendico bounding ahead of him…

7:31
$2.10

Those audiences! All those audiences…

7:36
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Show 87 remaining tracks for Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Leopard (Unabridged)

Dinner at Villa Salina was served…

7:00
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It was not dark yet…

7:42
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Leaving the carriage at his palace…

6:46
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Next morning the sun lit on a refreshed Prince.

6:08
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The estate office was still empty…

4:32
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But he was soon exiled from these stellar realms.

5:03
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The Prince smiled.

5:53
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Leaving Bendico panting from his own dynamism…

7:46
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Both soothed, they began discussing a report…

5:07
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In the estate office, to which he returned after luncheon…

7:34
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2: Donnafugata, August 1860

5:39
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An hour later they were all on the road again…

5:55
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It had been an idyllic evening…

4:39
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Beyond the short bridge leading into the town…

7:48
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The Salina palace was next door to the Mother Church.

6:37
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He went up the internal staircase…

6:40
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The Jesuit was sweating in the heat of the little room…

6:57
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An hour later he awoke refreshed…

5:32
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The Prince had always taken care…

7:16
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About Tancredi there seems little to be said…

6:13
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At the end of dinner the conversation became general…

7:15
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Centuries-old tradition required…

8:37
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3: The Troubles of Don Fabrizio, October 1860

6:23
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Tancredi had been gone for more than a month…

4:13
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The sensation of finding himself a prisoner…

5:47
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Don Fabrizio only revealed the contents of this letter…

5:19
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For the moment such tight-rope balancing was suspended…

6:09
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By some association of ideas…

5:28
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The day of the Plebiscite was windy and grey…

5:30
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Before dusk the three or four easy girls of Donnafugata…

5:10
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At this point calm descended on Don Fabrizio…

4:38
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Don Ciccio had said his say.

7:00
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Don Ciccio, who, as protege of queens…

8:13
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When Don Calogero's arrival was announced…

6:42
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The Mayor's eyes had been fixed on the orange fringe…

5:06
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The excellent Jesuit, dragged from his reading…

4:46
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It would be an exaggeration to say…

6:46
$1.05

4: Love at Donnafugata, November 1860

5:56
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Angelica's first visit to the Salina family…

6:38
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Don Fabrizio's voice quickly put such trifling…

5:36
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Now that Don Fabrizio felt serene again…

5:23
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It was a moving moment, this grouping of the family…

7:09
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Having had their say on military changes…

5:00
$1.05

As the result of this welcome arrival…

5:14
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Tancredi wanted to show Angelica the whole palace…

6:59
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Once the surprise was of a different kind.

6:04
$1.05

So the pair of them spent those days…

3:07
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When Angelica and Tancredi returned to the world…

6:04
$1.05

In the smoking room, conversations…

4:09
$1.05

One day about that time Don Fabrizio received a letter…

5:32
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Next morning Tancredit and Cavriaghi led him…

4:25
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At four in the afternoon the Prince sent…

6:27
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The Piedmontese, representative of the only liberal State…

6:32
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Not all of this was understood by the good Chevalley…

6:21
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'There is a name I should like to suggest for the Senate…'

8:21
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Chevalley left early next morning…

3:02
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5: Father Pirrone Pays a Visit, February 1861

5:47
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Then towards evening his friends came…

5:48
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Father Pirrone had more than once asked himself…

7:07
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'You, Don Pietrino, if you weren't asleep…'

6:11
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Another sample of these complications…

5:06
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The Jesuit took a chair and sat down…

3:26
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After celebrating the Divine Sacrifice…

6:33
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When Father Pirrone got back to the little square house…

4:50
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6: A Ball, November 1862

6:19
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The great stairs were of rough material…

4:36
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Angelica and Don Calogero were late…

5:25
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While Angelica reaped laurels…

6:16
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The ballroom was all golden…

6:43
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Till that moment accumulated irritation…

6:17
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Angelica and Don Fabrizio made a magnificent couple.

6:46
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Round the room smelling of vanilla…

7:12
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The ball went on for a long time still…

3:59
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7: Death of a Prince, July 1883

5:04
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He had arrived that morning, a few hours before…

5:12
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The first comfort he found at the hotel…

6:39
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There were his sons, of course.

8:05
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Below in the street, between the hotel and the sea…

7:26
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8: Relics, May 1910

5:52
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The conversation lasted an hour…

4:07
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When Monsignor entered, the chapel was lit…

6:39
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Carolina had gone off to pour out her rage…

5:56
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A maid entered…

6:01
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Senator Tassoni, who arrived soon after…

5:26
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The conversation continued for some time…

5:41
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The Cardinal of Palermo was a truly holy man…

4:45
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The carriages had not yet reached…

5:08
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Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Leopard (Unabridged)

9:01:27
$136.25
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

1: Introduction to the Prince, May 1860

8:10
$2.50

With a wildly excited Bendico bounding ahead of him…

7:31
$2.50

Those audiences! All those audiences…

7:36
$2.50
Show 87 remaining tracks for Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Leopard (Unabridged)

Dinner at Villa Salina was served…

7:00
$2.50

It was not dark yet…

7:42
$2.50

Leaving the carriage at his palace…

6:46
$1.25

Next morning the sun lit on a refreshed Prince.

6:08
$1.25

The estate office was still empty…

4:32
$1.25

But he was soon exiled from these stellar realms.

5:03
$1.25

The Prince smiled.

5:53
$1.25

Leaving Bendico panting from his own dynamism…

7:46
$2.50

Both soothed, they began discussing a report…

5:07
$1.25

In the estate office, to which he returned after luncheon…

7:34
$2.50

2: Donnafugata, August 1860

5:39
$1.25

An hour later they were all on the road again…

5:55
$1.25

It had been an idyllic evening…

4:39
$1.25

Beyond the short bridge leading into the town…

7:48
$2.50

The Salina palace was next door to the Mother Church.

6:37
$1.25

He went up the internal staircase…

6:40
$1.25

The Jesuit was sweating in the heat of the little room…

6:57
$1.25

An hour later he awoke refreshed…

5:32
$1.25

The Prince had always taken care…

7:16
$2.50

About Tancredi there seems little to be said…

6:13
$1.25

At the end of dinner the conversation became general…

7:15
$2.50

Centuries-old tradition required…

8:37
$2.50

3: The Troubles of Don Fabrizio, October 1860

6:23
$1.25

Tancredi had been gone for more than a month…

4:13
$1.25

The sensation of finding himself a prisoner…

5:47
$1.25

Don Fabrizio only revealed the contents of this letter…

5:19
$1.25

For the moment such tight-rope balancing was suspended…

6:09
$1.25

By some association of ideas…

5:28
$1.25

The day of the Plebiscite was windy and grey…

5:30
$1.25

Before dusk the three or four easy girls of Donnafugata…

5:10
$1.25

At this point calm descended on Don Fabrizio…

4:38
$1.25

Don Ciccio had said his say.

7:00
$2.50

Don Ciccio, who, as protege of queens…

8:13
$2.50

When Don Calogero's arrival was announced…

6:42
$1.25

The Mayor's eyes had been fixed on the orange fringe…

5:06
$1.25

The excellent Jesuit, dragged from his reading…

4:46
$1.25

It would be an exaggeration to say…

6:46
$1.25

4: Love at Donnafugata, November 1860

5:56
$1.25

Angelica's first visit to the Salina family…

6:38
$1.25

Don Fabrizio's voice quickly put such trifling…

5:36
$1.25

Now that Don Fabrizio felt serene again…

5:23
$1.25

It was a moving moment, this grouping of the family…

7:09
$2.50

Having had their say on military changes…

5:00
$1.25

As the result of this welcome arrival…

5:14
$1.25

Tancredi wanted to show Angelica the whole palace…

6:59
$1.25

Once the surprise was of a different kind.

6:04
$1.25

So the pair of them spent those days…

3:07
$1.25

When Angelica and Tancredi returned to the world…

6:04
$1.25

In the smoking room, conversations…

4:09
$1.25

One day about that time Don Fabrizio received a letter…

5:32
$1.25

Next morning Tancredit and Cavriaghi led him…

4:25
$1.25

At four in the afternoon the Prince sent…

6:27
$1.25

The Piedmontese, representative of the only liberal State…

6:32
$1.25

Not all of this was understood by the good Chevalley…

6:21
$1.25

'There is a name I should like to suggest for the Senate…'

8:21
$2.50

Chevalley left early next morning…

3:02
$1.25

5: Father Pirrone Pays a Visit, February 1861

5:47
$1.25

Then towards evening his friends came…

5:48
$1.25

Father Pirrone had more than once asked himself…

7:07
$2.50

'You, Don Pietrino, if you weren't asleep…'

6:11
$1.25

Another sample of these complications…

5:06
$1.25

The Jesuit took a chair and sat down…

3:26
$1.25

After celebrating the Divine Sacrifice…

6:33
$1.25

When Father Pirrone got back to the little square house…

4:50
$1.25

6: A Ball, November 1862

6:19
$1.25

The great stairs were of rough material…

4:36
$1.25

Angelica and Don Calogero were late…

5:25
$1.25

While Angelica reaped laurels…

6:16
$1.25

The ballroom was all golden…

6:43
$1.25

Till that moment accumulated irritation…

6:17
$1.25

Angelica and Don Fabrizio made a magnificent couple.

6:46
$1.25

Round the room smelling of vanilla…

7:12
$2.50

The ball went on for a long time still…

3:59
$1.25

7: Death of a Prince, July 1883

5:04
$1.25

He had arrived that morning, a few hours before…

5:12
$1.25

The first comfort he found at the hotel…

6:39
$1.25

There were his sons, of course.

8:05
$2.50

Below in the street, between the hotel and the sea…

7:26
$2.50

8: Relics, May 1910

5:52
$1.25

The conversation lasted an hour…

4:07
$1.25

When Monsignor entered, the chapel was lit…

6:39
$1.25

Carolina had gone off to pour out her rage…

5:56
$1.25

A maid entered…

6:01
$1.25

Senator Tassoni, who arrived soon after…

5:26
$1.25

The conversation continued for some time…

5:41
$1.25

The Cardinal of Palermo was a truly holy man…

4:45
$1.25

The carriages had not yet reached…

5:08
$1.25
Hide 87 tracks for Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Leopard (Unabridged)