T. S. Eliot

Thomas Stearns Eliot

Also known as Eliot, Elliot, Elliott, Έλλιοτ, Τ. Έλιοτ, O. M., T S Eliot, T. Elliot, T. S. Eliot, O. M., T. S. Eliott, T. S. Elliot, T.S. Eliot, T.S. Elliot, T.S.エリオット, T.S.Eliot, T.S.Elliot, Thomas Eliot, Thomas Elliot, Thomas Stearns Eliot, Thomas Stearns Elliot, TS Eliot, TS. Eliot
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Discography of T. S. Eliot:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 T.S. Eliot Reading Poems And Choruses 8 Audio 1955 Caedmon Records
2 Four Quartets 4 Audio Spoken Arts
3 Four Quartets 4 Audio His Master's Voice
4 T.S. Eliot: Practical Cats / Shakespeare: Twenty Sonnets 13 Audio 1982 Angel Records
5 The Family Reunion 8 Audio Caedmon Records
6 The Waste Land / And Other Poems 10 Audio 1971 Caedmon Records
7 The Waste Land 4 Audio Argo Records (2)
8 British Poets Of Our Time - The Waste Land, Four Quartets And Other Poems 21 Audio 1975 Argo Records (2)
9 The Love Song Of J. Alfred Prufrock 3 Audio 2008-05-17 Literal Systems
10 Murder In The Cathedral 4 Audio Caedmon Records
11 Old Possum's Book Of Practical Cats 15 Audio Argo Records (2)
12 T.S. Eliot: Practical Cats / Shakespeare: Twenty Sonnets 13 Audio Seraphim
13 Twentieth Century Poetry In English 19 Audio 1962 The Library Of Congress
14 Old Possum's Book Of Practical Cats 15 Audio 1957 Argo Records (2)
15 Wenn Wasser Wäre 9 Audio 2000
16 The Best Of Cats 15 Audio 2000 Eurotrend
17 The Waste Land 4 Audio 1954 Argo Records (2)
18 The Waste Land And Other Poems By T. S. Eliot 10 Audio 1956 Spoken Arts
19 T.S. Eliot Reading 6 Audio 1958 Caedmon Records
20 T. S. Eliot Reads His Four Quartets 5 Audio Angel Records
21 Practical Cats 15 Audio World Record Club
22 Four Quartets 4 Audio Argo Records (2)
23 Memorial Record Of Homage To T. S. Eliot 10 Audio 1965 Emi Records


British poet, dramatist, and literary critic, born 26 September 1888 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA and died 4 January 1965 in London, England, UK. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948 and is considered to be one of the most influential poets of the 20th century.


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