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Queen's funeral commentary

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Description

I pulled together a script and chose some music to illustrate serious commentary/narration.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

British, England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
And so a reign of seven decades will come to a close. For 10 rather bewildering days, we have spoken of the Queen and the new king as if they could somehow both be with us today. That long week of transition comes to an end. In the earliest years of her reign, a new Elizabethan age was proclaimed by some. Such was the excitement over the young queen, the marvels of technology and the new prosperity after the grinding grey of the Depression years, the sacrifice of World War Two and the hard road of recovery after it, and as the sound of Going home, William Arms Fisher is adaptation of Antonin Forex Symphony number nine stretches out across Westminster, across the capital and the country. The door swings shut on Elizabeth on the woman known to so many and never really known at all on the little girl known to her grandpa as Lily. But all remain standing as the King and the Queen Consort, proceeded by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York and accompanied by the dean of Windsor, move to the Galilee porch. Now, other members of the royal family, escorted by the Canons of Windsor also moved to the Galilee porch. Members of foreign royal families, Governors General and Realm Prime minister's Escorted by gentlemen, Ashes moved to the West doors.