Roger wrote: ↑
January 15th, 2018, 10:07 am
OK, Hugobert has been uploaded:
criticism is most
In particular, pronunciation, emphasis (or lack thereof), too slow?, too fast?, not enough silence, too much silence, volume, you name it ! Mis-characterization? Did I miss anything?
Anything at all. Believe me, I can take criticism and advice.
thank you so much, Roger. I appreciate your carte blanche to tell you any correction suggestions, but I listened to the first act and was
(in a good way). Now don't think I want to flatter you, but this is the first thing that came to my mind when I heard your first speech: "this is a worthy Shakespearean performance". My mouth did not close for the whole act. You outdid yourself. Seems this role was made for you (or you for the role
) You play the ranting Count to perfection in the beginning, then with his son he is partly contemptuous and partly proud of him. Absolutely well characterized. Nothing at all wrong with this performance.
Textually, all quotes are in as well and no errors. This is a perfect PL ok
for Act 1. The only thing I found was:
> at 2:17-2:20
: (p. 14) "if I am angry, thou art a graceless fool to tell me so": no need to make a lengthy pause
here, as it's the same sentence
but you don't have to correct this and re-upload, because there were no other errors. Chuck will paste these two parts together while assembling the act.
Also something else: the volume in the three acts is over 92, but there is no clipping and so also ok, Chuck will adjust the volume anyway later on.
Now I'm looking forward to the next two acts