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Audio recordings from Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, French Polynesia and Greenland

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Brief description

A collection of recordings from a variety of languages. The Australian recordings are a collection of 17 33 1/3 RPM records collected by Strehlow of Arrarnta. Languages recorded in Papua New Guinea include Tok Pisin, Tege (Agarabi), Kiwai, Gidra, Enga and Koita. Recordings in Solomon Islands include Reef Island, Te Motu, Dawea, Santa Cruz (Natügu and Nalögo) and South Santa Cruz. The recording from French Polynesia is of Tahitian and the Greenland recordings are of Inuktitut and Greenlandic. There are also a number of entries which do not specify the country or languages but state “many languages represented.”

Created: 27 09 2012

Data time period: 31 12 1964 to 31 12 1974

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text: Australia

iso31661: AU

text: Greenland

iso31661: GL

text: French Polynesia

iso31661: PF

text: Papua New Guinea

iso31661: PG

text: Solomon Islands

iso31661: SB