First, bear in mind that intelligibility is not high on The Droning Voice’s priorities, in fact, she discourages intelligibility on purpose as it could result in piquing the interest of the listener. This would be counter to her objective which is to put the listener to sleep. Essentially, this means her recordings are intentionally unintelligible (The Droning Voice would like to hear you say that fast three times). With that in mind, here are some samples of what you can look forward to (just click on the links):
Chapter 10 – Of the Order and Succession of Questions from “Cushing’s Manual”
Chapter 5 – Florid Counterpoint from “Counterpoint”
The First Snow Storm – From “Little White Mice Boy and other Stories”
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