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Hey Stephen -- I can't remember how I stumbled ont...

2007-06-19T16:02:00.000-04:00

Hey Stephen -- I can't remember how I stumbled onto your blog but I've been lurking via RSS for a few weeks. Thanks for the pointer to the MP3 CDs; I bought the 19-CD set for my wife in Feb. and I agree, they're great. (Make sure you plug in the subwoofer for Revelation.)

The quibble you mention seems to be a "splice" to let the project move from one voice to another (for convenience, variety, blooper repair, who knows what else) without seeming to introduce a new dramatic character. The "splices" happen a lot near the top of Paul's epistles; presumably to put a consistent voice at the top of each (*) without making whoever-it-was read 40% of the New Testament -- or restricting those 40% to (*yawn*) a single voice & accent.

(* Someone was carefully minding the storyline: e.g., LeVar Burton narrates both John's Gospel and the book of Revelation. Classy.)