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Enga Misa Common Parts | Leo Merdai
Title:
Enga Misa Common Parts | Leo Merdai
ID:
DWU-ENGAMCP
Link to the object:
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
David Lloyd (compiler)
Leo Merdai (speaker)
Date:
1990-06-28
Description:
Insert (Side 1): 28/6/90 INTRODUCTORY RITE Insert (Side 2): COMMUNION RITE Order of Mass in Enga and Text Listening Drill through Readings and processions in Introductory and Communion Rites for "Enga Buk Misa" of Catholic faith and worship in christian life. (Steven Gagau, November 2017). Language as given:
Content language:
English
Enga
Subject language:
English
Enga
Language family:
Trans-New Guinea
Papuan
Indo-European
Germanic
Country:
Papua New Guinea
Linguistic type:
Primary text
Linguistic field:
Language documentation
Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type:
Sound
Other format:
Digitised: yes Media: Technics 90LN C-90 cassette Audio Notes: lots of clipping on original. SIDE A: Sound quality improves later in the recording. | SIDE B: stereo balance shifts around 4 min in, to louder on left side 40:41 side ends
Other rights:
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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Subject language: Enga
Subject language: English
Language family: Germanic
Language family: Indo-European
Language family: Papuan
Language family: Trans-New Guinea
Geographic region: Europe
Geographic region: Pacific
Country: Papua New Guinea
Linguistic type: Primary text
Linguistic field: Language documentation
Linguistic field: Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type: Sound
Content language: Enga
Content language: English
Date: 1950 - 1999
Date: 1990 - 1999
Contributor: David Lloyd
Contributor: Leo Merdai
Title: Enga Misa Common Parts | Leo Merdai
Other format: Digitised: yes Media: Technics 90LN C-90 cassette Audio Notes: lots of clipping on original. SIDE A: Sound quality improves later in the recording. | SIDE B: stereo balance shifts around 4 min in, to louder on left side 40:41 side ends
Other rights: Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)