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He is heralded as having the greatest voice ever recorded. Android YouBible App. Apple YouBible App. The bestselling book has become one of the best selling audio narration of all times and to this very day, Alexander Scourby is still recognized as having the Greatest Voice Ever Recorded. Scourby was the first to narrated an Audio Bible in and since the first recording his gifted voice has brought, and continues to bring, comfort, joy, and inspiration to untold millions all over the world. Although Scourby recorded over different books, he considered the Bible to be his most important. He describes why in the following statement:.
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He is heralded as having the greatest voice ever recorded. Android YouBible App. Apple YouBible App. Alexander Scourby was a radio, film, and stage actor. Scourby narrated books for the Talking Books program to assist the American Foundation for the Blind.
War and peace
WAR AND PEACE Volume 1 Part 1 - by Leo Tolstoy - Unabridged Audiobook - FAB
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He later recorded the entire Revised Standard Version of the Bible. He attended public and private schools in Brooklyn, spending summer vacations in New Jersey , Upstate New York , and at a cousin's home in Massachusetts. Dismissed from Polytechnic Prep School, he finished his secondary education at Brooklyn Manual Training High School which he described as "an ordinary high school that had an awful lot of shop. Encouraged by some of his teachers, he began to turn his attention to acting. Upon graduation from high school in , Scourby, not yet having abandoned the prospect of a writing career, entered West Virginia University at Morgantown to study journalism. During his first semester he joined the campus drama group and played a minor role in A. Milne 's comedy Mr.