There’s a recording of actor William Gillette (a neighbor and friend of Twain’s) here:
Not sure if the recording will answer your question….but…it’s worth a listen.
On Nov 17, 2016, at 9:05 AM, Clay Shannon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I'm reading a book by Paul Fatout about Mark Twain on the lecture circuit. =
> In it, some reviewers complain that Mark Twain's voice was "low" as he lect=
> Did they mean "low" in tonal range (bassy) or did they mean "low" in volume=
> I assume the latter, as his singing voice has been described as a "beautifu=
> l tenor" but would like to know "y'alls" take on it.=C2=A0- B. Clay Shannon
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