Macbeth Free Audiobook Download by William Shakespeare
Listen to Macbeth, William Shakespeare's greatest play, when you want to get immersed in the horror of this tragedy. Fiona Shaw narrates with chilling voices while Stephen Dillane and others provide the perfect background sound.
The story follows Macbeth, who becomes king of Scotland after defeating and killing the incumbent. Macbeth is ambitious and full of energy. He has a plan to make himself king and rid his country of "weeds." He convinces himself that as long as he keeps his eyes on the future, he'll be safe from any harm. However, an unforeseen event occurs in which, Macbeth acknowledges the truth only after it is too late.
This is an audiobook of the play Macbeth by Shakespeare. The narrators are Fiona Shaw as Lady Macbeth and Stephen Dillane as Macbeth. The performance is excellent, especially when it comes to stage directions. The actual sounds of a battle and the scenes in which people talk about witchcraft, for instance, happen in silence but both Shaw's voice and Dillane's voice are so powerful that you can't help but be drawn into their words. As this audiobook comes with a free MP3 version of the soundtrack, it's just too good not to have a chance to listen to.
Macbeth is an opera in three acts of a tragic story of ambition, power, betrayal, and murder by the Scottish playwright William Shakespeare. The opera Macbeth was first performed on 28 November 1787 at London's first professional theatre, the Haymarket Theatre.
Macbeth is a play by William Shakespeare. It is based on the legend of the Thane of Glamis and his role in suppressing the children of Duncan I, King of Scotland, at age twelve. Macbeth tells the story of a man who rises from obscurity to become king through murder, ambition, and witchcraft.
When Macbeth is crowned King of Scotland, he quickly amasses power and authority. He becomes ruthless in his quest for more and more power, until Lady Macbeth convinces him to murder Duncan. However, not every plan goes as planned and it soon becomes clear that all's not well in the Scottish kingdom.
|Duration||2 hours 22 minutes|
|Narrated||A Full Cast, Fiona Shaw, Stephen Dillane|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|