Clock Without Hands

Category : Classics
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Straightforward
Performance Notes
An excerpt read from Carson McCuller's last book, "Clock Without Hands" , published in 1961,here is a dialogue in Chapter One, between characters, JT Malone and his friend, the Judge,

Julia is passionate about great literature, especially American authors. She loves to read aloud, and her narrative voice is clear and expressive. Her varied background and exposure to various cultures and American regions, comes through in her recordings. Julia has a multi-talented production background in several CD publications, musical and literary, as well as performing in professional concerts.
Having an extensive background in recording and in the field of classical and choir music, Julia has developed a very sensitive ear for the human voice. In addition, her various award credits and successes in the arts include: composer, pianist, and quilt designer.
Subtropics Music Festival Miami, 2013, 1st Place Audience Award for "Nautilus Dances" Article in Asbury Park Press on her original compositions.

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