An Ursula K. Le Guin Bibliography: Performances &
Recordings of Le Guin's Work
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- "Blood Lodge Dances" (1990) (dance)
- "The Earthsea Trilogy" (1981)
- Read by Ursula K. Le Guin
- "Intracom" and "Gwilan's Harp" (audio recording; unabridged) (1977)
- Read by Ursula K. Le Guin.
Caedmon 1977; Caedmon Audio Cassette: 1992 (ISBN 1559946059).
Audio Recording. Recorded in 1977 at Recording Associates,
Portland, Oregon. 1 hour and 15 minutes. Abridged with music. Read by
- Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching (1997) (audio recording)
- Read by Ursula K. Le Guin with musical accompaniment by Todd
Barton, on various instruments.
Sounds True / Shambhala 1997
- "The Lathe of Heaven" (1979; remastered 2000) (video broadcast /
- 1980. TV Laboratory WNET/13, New York, for PBS. Producer &
director David R. Loxton and Fred Baryzk. Starring Bruce Davison, Kevin
Conway, Margaret Avery. Teleplay Roger E. Swaybill and Diane English.
120 minutes, colour. Based on The Lathe of Heaven (1971).
Visual consultant Ed Emshwiller.
The Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
(1985) says "this may be the best sf tv-movie ever made." I thought it
was pretty good; clearly a product of the late 70s, the themes and effects
PBS is finally re-broadcasting it, and will be releasing it on
DVD Fall 2000. Jane Hawkins & a
legion of fans are responsible for nagging PBS into getting it back. There
is an official "The Lathe of
- The Left Hand of Darkness (1983) (audio recording)
- Abridged; read by Ursula K. Le Guin.
Waldentape / Warner Audio, 1983; Warner Audio 1985.
- The Left Hand of Darkness (1994-1995) (theatrical
- Live theatrical performance, Lifeline Theature, Chicago,
- Music and Poetry of the Kesh with Todd Barton. (1985)
- © 1985 Todd Barton and Ursula K. Le Guin.
Texts by Ursula K. Le Guin; music by Todd Barton.
Valley Productions, 1985; World Room, 1990.
Included with Always Coming Home. Cassette tape of music
by Todd Barton. Side A: "Heron Dance," "Twilight Song," "Yes-Singing,"
"Dragonfly Song," "A Homesick Song," "The Willows," and "Lahela." Side B:
"Long Singing," "Quail Song," "A Teaching Poem," "River Song," "Sun Dance
Poem," "8th House Piece."
- "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" (audio recording) (1976)
- Read by Ursula K. Le Guin
Alternate World, 1976
- "Ursula K. Le Guin's 'The Phoenix' and Gish Jen's 'The Water Faucet
Vision'" (audio recording) (1995)
- LodeStone Media: 10/26/1995 (ISBN 1576770974) (30 minutes each
Read by Judith Walcutt; Includes "Introducing Myself" read by
Le Guin; "The Water Faucet Vision" by Gish Jen is about a Chinese-American
girl growing up; an interview with Gish Jen is included.
- "Rigel Nine: An Opera" / "Rigel Nine: A Space Opera", with
composer David Bedford (1985)
- Libretto by Ursula K. Le Guin; music by David Bedford.
Charisma: London, 1985.
- "The Shobies' Story" (audio recording)
- Audiotext: 1998 (ISBN 1884612091); narrated by Amy Bruce.
- "Stone Dances" (1992) (dance)
- with choreographer Judy Patton, designer Christine Bourdette,
- "The Uses of Music in Uttermost Parts" (1995) (audio recording)
- Seven pieces for orchestra, chamber group, voice and/or
chorus. Sound recording. Le Guin narrates. Elinor Armer composer.
Koch International Classics CD: Port Washington, NY, 1995
- "Tales from Earthsea" (audio recording; unabridged)
- Read by Ursula K. Le Guin; narrated by Scott Brick & Gabrielle
Audio Literature: 2001 (ISBN 1574534521)
- "A Wizard of Earthsea"
- Heard a rumor that it was being made into a movie ? (1995)
- "A Wizard of Earthsea" (2001) (audio recording)
- Read by Ursula K. Le Guin and Harlan Ellison, 2001
- "The Word for World is Forest" (1986) (audio recording)
- Book of the Road: 1985 (ISBN 0931969336), 1986, 1988
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