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Monday, December 8

Twelve Gifts of Christmas

Inquiring readers, During this month of holiday celebrations, Laurel Ann and I will be offering the Twelve Gifts of Christmas. Some of the gifts will be giveaways, others will be free offerings online, and still others will be great gift ideas for you to give to others. None are expensive, but every gift will have a special relationship to this blog, us, or Jane Austen. We offer you a link to the soundtrack of Pride and Prejudice 2005 as
Gift Number Four:

The soundtrack by Jean-Yves Thibaude to the 2005 Pride and Prejudice film adaptation was unforgettable. Rhapsody allows you to listen to 24 tracks each month for free and then you must pay ... or wait for the next month. If you decide to purchase an MP3, the cost is quite reasonable. Click here to listen to a free selection of tracks from this film. They're simply lovely. If you prefer the Becoming Jane soundtrack, click here.

1. Dawn
2. Stars and Butterflies
3. The Living Sculptures of Pemberley
4. Meryton Townhall
5. The Militia Marches In
6. Georgiana
7. Arrival To Netherfield
8. A Postcard to Henry Purcell
9. Liz on Top of the World
10. Leaving Netherfield
11. Another Dance
12. The Secret Life of Daydreams
13. Darcy's Letter
14. Can't Slow Down
15. Your Hands Are Cold
16. Mrs Darcy
17. End Credits (Pride & Prejudice)

Posted by Vic (Jane Austen's World) and Laurel Ann (Austenprose)


Anonymous said...

Ms. Laurel Ann & Ms. Vic

I was not aware until this morning that musical renditions of the recent cinematic construct based on Miss Austen's novel, Pride & Prejudice, was facilely available for one's indulgence of an aural nature. After srutinising your dispatch, I am roused to peruse it further. May I take the opportunity at this point to extend my sincerest & most plenitudinous gratitudes for this enlightening missive & I will indubitably look forward to further illuminating lucubrations presented in your fine journal.

With all due deference & regard,
Your most obliged & humble servant,
Colonel Brandon.
Nature Diary

Vic said...

Colonel, you are most welcome. And if I may add - you look splendid in your avatar.

Anonymous said...

Ms. Vic,

My sincerest thanks for your dear compliment! I enjoyed last Saturday evening, a stage production by the C.C.A.D.S. of Miss Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey at the New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth & subsequently published a Review in my rather amateur nature journal, which you are very welcome to browse through, at any time convenient to your good self.

With all due deference & regard,
Your most obliged & humble servant,
Colonel Brandon.
Nature Diary

Dina said...

Hi Ms. Vic,

If you have a chance, please stop by my blog, I have an award to give you, because you are one of my fav blogs. :)


katie said...

love it!

Kimberly Ann said...

I love "Leaving Netherfield" but I only wish it were longer.