Item details
Item ID
MR1-040
Title Noatsi
Description Noatsi (one side only) (Elpat Enok), See also Lolo Kuba, MR1-054.
Origination date 1980-01-01
Origination date free form 1977-1982
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MR1/040
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Collector
Malcolm Ross
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Language as given Noatsi
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Originating university Australian National University
Operator Rosey Billington
Data Categories primary text
Data Types Sound
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DOI 10.4225/72/570290BD50105
Cite as Malcolm Ross (collector), 1980. Noatsi. JPEG/TIFF/MPEG/X-WAV. MR1-040 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.4225/72/570290BD50105
Content Files (8)
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MR1-040-1.tif image/tiff 14.4 MB
MR1-040-2.jpg image/jpeg 294 KB
MR1-040-2.tif image/tiff 14.9 MB
MR1-040-3.jpg image/jpeg 249 KB
MR1-040-3.tif image/tiff 13.7 MB
MR1-040-A.mp3 audio/mpeg 15 MB 00:16:21.192
MR1-040-A.wav audio/x-wav 541 MB 00:16:21.162
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Collection Information
Collection ID MR1
Collection title Malcolm Ross tapes
Description Recordings, mainly of wordlists from Oceanic Austronesian languages, most of them in Papua New Guinea, collected as a basis for comparative-historical work, mostly between 1977 and 1982. Consultants were often students training at the then Goroka Teachers' College to be high-school teachers. Some were high-school students. Sometimes, especially with earlier recordings, all or part of the elicitation session was recorded. In other cases a consultant had provided a written list, and s/he was asked to read it for the tape. There were four wordlists, A, B, C and D, plus a phrase list for collecting grammatical structures. The wordlists contain 430 items and were intended for historical linguistic purposes, but only rarely did I collect anywhere near 430 items. Recordings often do not cover all four lists. The recordings are of varying quality, because the equipment was primitive (a battery-driven portable cassette recorder), recording conditions were sometimes difficult, and storage conditions were not always the best.
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