The reconstructed "original pronunciation" sounds to me mainly like an English west-country (Devon or Cornwall) accent, with a touch of the light Irish accent one might hear in Dublin or the near country south of it.
I think I could learn to speak it it without much difficulty. Not that I'll need to, not being a Shakespearean actor. Here's a goal set: next time I'm in London, I am absolutely going to the Globe to hear Shakespeare in OP.
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