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Author Topic: WCDT Strips 3155 to 3160 (15-19 February 2016)  (Read 38011 times)

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Re: WCDT Strips 3155 to 3160 (15-19 February 2016)
« Reply #200 on: 22 Feb 2016, 15:37 »

New comic!

I laughed at the last line (and then wondered what her singing range is).

I would guesstimate Veronica as a contralto: a deep, slightly husky voice, though not deep enough or husky enough to be mistaken for a man. Faye, Claire, and Dora: probably altos, although Claire might be a low soprano. Hanners: a slightly squeaky soprano.

Marten I would guess as having a baritone singing voice, but sounding more like a tenor in his speaking voice - I've known mild-mannered men who sound like that. (In fact, I am one.) Steve probably croaks like a frog when he dares to sing anything, in what might be describable as a baritone-bass if one were feeling charitable. Marten's dad Henry, hmm... a passable whiskey tenor?

Pintsize would be like the very deep bass voice at the end of "So You Wanna Be a Boxer?" from Bugsy Malone.

Let me have him Jooooooooooooooooe.

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