The Poems of Sappho: An Interpretative Rendition into English

Read by Eva Davis

(4.8 stars; 10 reviews)

Who shall strike the wax of mystery from those priceless amphoræ, and give to the unsophisticated nostrils of the average reader the ravishing bouquet of wine pressed in a garden in Mitylene, twenty-five centuries ago? - Maurice Thompson
This is a collection of the poetry of Sappho, in a "rather creative translation" by American poet John Myers O'Hara. - Summary by Carolin (1 hr 26 min)


Sapphics 23:24 Read by Eva Davis
Epithalamia - Threnodes 10:00 Read by Eva Davis
Partheneia - Didaktika 9:31 Read by Eva Davis
Erotika - Dithyrambs 18:45 Read by Eva Davis
Girl Friends 13:35 Read by Eva Davis
Phaon 8:44 Read by Eva Davis
Epigrams 2:19 Read by Eva Davis


(5 stars)

I like it, because i'm Lesbian. There's not much to say from me

(4 stars)

Beautifully read and sung. I appreciate these pieces even more now.

(5 stars)

Beautifully read and performed. Thank you.