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A fairytale story of Rumpelstiltskin

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Rumpelstiltskin have been a long time favorite fairytale story ever since I was a young lad. i had so much fun creating this sample piece and acting out the intricate parts that make the story interesting. take a listen and i hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Child (5-12)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
This is a fairytale story of Rumpelstiltskin. There once lived a miller with his daughter when the miller was at work all day turning grain into flour. He loved nothing more than to think of tall tales to amaze people. One day the king came to town. He heard the miller talking about his daughter. The miller was saying that his daughter was the most amazing girl in Deer Village, if not all the land. You there? Said the King. What is so amazing about your daughter? The father bowed, he said, Your majesty. My daughter is so clever, she can spin straw into gold, spin straw into gold! Said the King. That is amazing. She must come to my palace. I will put her to the test. But I mean, said the miller, he wished he had not told the king such a thing. But now it was too late. So the miller's daughter had to go to the king's palace at once. The king took her to a room piled with straw from the floor to the ceiling. He pointed to the spinning wheel in the middle of the room, he said, Now get to work! If by morning you have not spun this straw into gold, you will die! The king slammed the door and locked it behind him. The girl was all alone for the life of her. She did not know what to do. She had no idea how to spin straw into gold. What will I do? She called out to the air. No one can do such a thing just then. An odd little man stood before her. Did I hear you say no one? He said. What? Said the girl, shocked. Where did you come from? Never mind that! Said the m. What matters is I could save your life for a price. Of course. Can you spin straw into gold? Said the girl. What kind of price do you have in mind? She did not know if she should trust a stranger? What you give must be important to you, said in. How about that necklace?