Did Richard burton record a version of the poem :Lady of Shalott?
A heavy horse, like a shire horse clip clops down to Camelot. Richard Burton includes the line : Through the Oats and Through the Barley.....
Or have I got it all wrong?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
If he didn't then my mind can conjure it! It does sound "right."
It's not in his audio biography:
but... it's not complete. For example it does not include the recordings he made of the poems of Thomas Hardy who is very pastoral:
And he was part of an audio version of the musical Camelot.
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- 2 months ago
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