Henry von Ofterdingen: dream of the blue flower

Category : Classics
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
This extraordinary fusion of novel, fairy tale and poem, published posthumously in 1802, is the most representative work of early German Romanticism. It reflects, in part, events in the life of its author, Novalis, who is best known for his Hymns to the Night. This excerpt is the dream of the mysterious Blue Flower with the lovely face of the yet unknown Mathilda. An example of Heather Joi's expressive storyteller style.

With years of vocal experience in music and the arts, I am enthusiastic to branch out into audiobooks. I have some experience with voice overs for student animations and have read passages from both poetry and literature for live and recorded performances. As an avid reader and listener of poetry, science, and classic literature, I offer my eagerness and professionalism into the field of audiobooks. *if you want a male and female duo, I am a part of a husband and wife team.
student animation voice overs, live poetry and literature reading, poetry and literature soundtrack recording, community theater actor of original works, lead vocalist for live and recording music projects

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