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Dramatic and Informative Voiceover for Documentary

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Voice Over • Documentaries
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Description

Using a softer tone and more deliberate pacing, this voiceover tells the story of the iconic Freddy Mercury in a concise and educational manor.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

US General American (GenAm)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Farooq bull Sarah, better known as Freddie Mercury was born on September 5, 1946 in stone town Zanzibar in Tanzania. As a child, he attended a boarding school in ponch Ghani Maharashtra state India. Artistically inclined from an early age, he formed a band in which he played the piano When Zanzibar became part of the independent country of Tanzania in 1960 for Bull Sarah moved with his family to felt Ham England. He later studied graphic art and design at Healing Technical College and School of Art, graduating in 1969. Well Sara began singing with bands in London and in doing so, befriended guitarist brian May and drummer Roger Taylor of the band Smile In 1970, when smiles lead singer quit Bolsonaro replaced him. He soon changed the group's name to Queen and his own to Freddie Mercury. Queen initially failed to attract much notice beyond the United Kingdom, but the album, sheer heart attack in 1974 shot up the international charts and a night at the opera in 1975 sold Even better bohemian rhapsody, one of a number of Queen compositions, written principally by Mercury, Spent nine Weeks Atop The British Singles Chart. By the early 1980s, Queen had become an international phenomenon. Although Queen's commercial fortunes had begun to wane By mid decade, the band arguably reached its apotheosis as a live act with a stellar performance at the charity concert Live Aid in 1985. The event drew an estimated 1.5 billion television viewers and raised millions of dollars for famine relief in Ethiopia Mercury and Queen powered through a condensed set of their greatest hits, displaying a combination of superb vocal range, multi instrumental mastery and remarkable stage presence. Freddie. Mercury was reportedly diagnosed with AIDS in 1987. On November 23, 1991, Mercury publicly announced his diagnosis, and the next day he passed away from complications related to the disease. His flamboyant showmanship and powerfully agile vocals made him one of rock's most dynamic frontman.