Reading of Skadjus ïn Þahainai by JohannvM

Reading of Skadjus ïn Þahainai

Reading of Skadjus ïn Þahainai

JohannvM

20 November 2014 at 12:11:57 MST

So I did a thing. With my voice. Only editing to the audio was to get rid of my mic's horrendous screeching. It's... still present. But not nearly as much as the raw audio haha.

Text can be found here. The same text (with the art) in the Roman alphabet, can be found here.

I liked doing this. Hope to make more. Should probably get better cover art, though.

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    Uuuhhhh... fucking epic, sexy voice?

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      Noooo is nooooot

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        Jaaaaa, Es ist Toll!

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          Ist schlimm! Ist am schlimmsten!

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            Nein, nein, nein, es ist ... dunkles ... tief ... Leidenschaftlich.

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              XD Ich hab das niemals gehört.

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                Pity. See, I'm not from Germany, I'm American, and I am half German and half Irish. In my teens, I fell in love with the German language. Deutsch is, dark, passionate, romantic, deep. It's not as light hearted or recognized as other languages, like Italian, and the most popular, French. I'm not really fond of French, it's a little prissy, flamboyant in some cases. Normal French is very appealing, but when non French people try to mimic the accent, it's very... over done. However, German has to be one of my favorites. As I said, it's a little dark, but very, very beautiful. The words and accents can be very appealing, and passionate for life and feeling, emotions, like love, loss, pain, hardship, and I think German music is some of my absolute favorite. I hear Americans always say it's "Gutteral." I feel like they only heard a little Rammstein before making that judgement. I mean, Rammstein is one of my favorite bands, but there's SO much more, that's just Till's way of pronouncing words, me makes it sound guttural and dark, angry, sad, and distraught. German I have heard is smooth, flowing, like... Black velvet. Like the German ch, usually Till makes a guttural hacking noise with Ich brochen, Till will sing "Iiicccchhh Brocccccchhhhhheeen" But Germans I hear, only make a H sound like "HUH" sound with CH, like "Ich" or "Ih" "Bro-hen" Making there sentences very smooth and flowing... As I said, I am passionate about the German language, and fascinated by languages in general. I would love to learn Russian, Latin, Spanish, French, Italian and others.

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                  It's so awesome to see someone view my mother tongue the way I do. It's hard to explain the appeal of something that isn't all rainbows and butterflies.

                  I speak a number of those languages you mentioned though. I could teach you some stuff.