Whose voice does the speaker of this poem hear and how does he describe the sound The Darkling Thrush?

Whose voice does the speaker of this poem hear and how does he describe the sound The Darkling Thrush?

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    The voice which arose among “the bleak twigs overhead” and reached the ears of the speaker was a song sung by an aged thrush.

    The little, “frail, gaunt and small” thrush had chosen to put his heart and soul into the song which was not just an ordinary song but a “full-hearted evensong of joy illimited.” The ecstatic song was that of some blessed Hope which only the thrush was aware of and tried to express that song amidst all despair.

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