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Recordings from Solomon Islands, French Polynesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia

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Brief description

A large collection of audio recordings made by Stephen Wurm in a number of countries on a variety of languages. Solomon Island data comprises the majority of the collection. Languages recorded include Santa Cruz (split into Natügu and Nalögo), Reef Island (Ayiwo). Data for each language varies but recordings include word lists, material for dictionary, elicited sentences, discussion about language, stories, phonological recordings, hymns, Christian texts and conversation. Also contains some written correspondence and a list of images taken. Recordings from French Polynesia include two small tapes of Tahitian. Recordings from Papua New Guinea include data from Olana and a public lecture given in Tok Pisin. Data from Australia includes Wanggamala, Bundhamara, Garlali and Badjirim. Also two files are noted as being made in New Zeland, but the language documented is not noted.

Created: 18 09 2004

Data time period: 31 12 1954 to 04 09 1986

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160.497,-8.953185

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text: New Zealand

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text: French Polynesia

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text: Papua New Guinea

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text: Solomon Islands

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