The Long Song

Job #5122

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Job # 5122 The Long Song

Posted Date
Oct 11, 2007 @ 20:28
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Oct 12, 2007
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English (North American)
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Job Description

Please note: Talent fee not yet set.

We have a client in need of a female voice talent for his hour-long documentary. The voiceover portion is only five minutes.

For the audition, he is asking for only the bolded text, in the same read style as the audio attached to the following link (ignore the fact that it is a male voice!).

We would like to send them the sample by Friday afternoon.



Where the Ottawa River meets the St Lawrence Seaway: Montreal - the largest French-speaking city in the Western hemisphere.

And it's growing. Newcomers flock here from all corners of the world, drawn by a way of life that celebrates diversity.

As they come they bring their food, their dress, their customs... and their music.

The result: a dynamic cultural milieu that absorbs and blends countless musical traditions.

To explore how this 'cultural blending' works in practice, three world-class musicians have come together in this vibrant city for a unique musical collaboration. They are Liu Fang, who was raised in China and trained at the Shanghai Conservatory; she plays the pipa, or Chinese lute. Yegor Dyachkov, who was born in Moscow and was trained in the European classical tradition, plays cello. And Khongorzul Ganbaatar, also known as Zola, sings in the Mongolian folk tradition of urtin duu, or 'long song'.

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