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Report on Arthur Capell Estate by Peter Newton
Title:
Report on Arthur Capell Estate by Peter Newton
ID:
AC1-000
Link to the object:
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
Arthur Capell (compiler)
Peter Newton (author)
Date:
1995-05-19
Description:
Written report by compiled and annotated by Peter Newton (the executor of the Arthur Capell Literary Estate) on the audio recordings and tapes in the Arthur Capell Estate. The non Australian items comprise this collection, and the Australian materials are held at AIATSIS. Supported through a Grant-in-Aid from AIATSIS in 1995. Full title of report: "Interim Supplementary Report on Audio Tapes and other Recordings Held in The Arthur Capell Literary Estate" Compiled and Annotated by Peter J.F. Newton. Language as given:
Content language:
Abau
Abkhazian
Ambonese Malay
Ambulas
Adyghe
Amele
Angal
Kahua
Axamb
Arosi
Ajië
Angal Heneng
'Are'are
Amharic
Angal Enen
Anindilyakwa
Bumbita Arapesh
Arop-Sissano
Standard Arabic
Aneityum
Au
Babatana
Karnai
Bengali
Bughotu
Biak
Baki
Bilua
Bola
Tibetan
Daakaka
Bosngun
Bugawac
Bulgarian
Terei
Baelelea
Tairaha
Boikin
Czech
Chamorro
Mandarin Chinese
Lonwolwol
Welsh
Danish
Dehu
Dengka
Western Dani
Dom
Dobu
Efik
Askopan
Ekari
Modern Greek (1453-)
English
Enga
Sie
South Efate
Fataleka
Fijian
Finnish
Foi
Northern Frisian
Futuna-Aniwa
Nobonob
Kaytetye
Gao
Gogodala
Ghanongga
Gilbertese
Scottish Gaelic
Ancient Greek (to 1453)
Hakka Chinese
Hausa
Hawaiian
Fiji Hindi
Hiri Motu
Hmong Njua
Hula
Hungarian
Iaai
Purari
Igbo
Iloko
Icelandic
Italian
Sepik Iwam
Yabem
Javanese
Japanese
Georgian
Kabardian
Abadi
Kalanga
West Kewa
Central Khmer
Kilmeri
Kilivila
Kiowa
Southern Kiwai
Zabana
East Kewa
Gugubera
Kâte
Kwoma
Korean
Kapingamarangi
Koitabu
Kuanua
Kuni
Uare
Kuman
Kwara'ae
Kerewo
Lao
Wala
Lengo
Lo-Toga
Lithuanian
North Efate
Lau
Hano
Lamenu
Loun
Ganda
Lavukaleve
Lewo
Marshallese
Malayalam
Marathi
Maisin
Maring
Melpa
Mekeo
Kedah Malay
Motu
Mailu
Macedonian
Malo
Malango
To'abaita
Motlav
Emae
Rennell-Bellona
Manikion
Misima-Panaeati
Maori
Merlav
Mangareva
Marind
Murik (Papua New Guinea)
Mota
Manam
Marovo
Labo
Central Maewo
Hmong Daw
Mele-Fila
Burmese
Min Nan Chinese
Nauru
Navajo
Notsi
Sibe
Dalabon
Gela
Namakura
Norwegian
Ewage-Notu
Natügu
Nupe-Nupe-Tako
Southwest Tanna
Ontong Java
East Ambae
Onjob
Oroha
Orokolo
Palauan
Northern Pashto
Petats
Rerep
Pijin
Pileni
Pukapuka
Plateau Malagasy
Paluan
Paama
Tuamotuan
Polish
Pohnpeian
Pawaia
Ramoaaina
Rapanui
Rarotongan
Rakahanga-Manihiki
Romansh
Romanian
Rotokas
Waima
Rotuman
Roviana
Sanskrit
Sa
Siwai
Sakao
Sikaiana
Samoan
Sinaugoro
Siane
Sam
Sobei
Spanish
Serbian
Sinasina
Swati
Owa
Ulau-Suain
Savosavo
Swedish
Suau
Tahitian
Tamil
North Tairora
Tawala
Telugu
Tagalog
Sudest
Thai
Thayore
Teop
Tikopia
Telefol
Talise
Tumleo
Tami
Kwamera
Lenakel
Whitesands
Tonga (Tonga Islands)
Tok Pisin
Toaripi
Touo
Copala Triqui
San Martín Itunyoso Triqui
Chicahuaxtla Triqui
Akei
Turkish
Tawara
Ubir
Uisai
Ukrainian
Ulithian
Umpila
Ngarinyin
Urdu
Urat
West Uvean
Valman
Vietnamese
Varisi
Wandamen
Wedau
Wik-Mungkan
Wallisian
Wom (Papua New Guinea)
Wantoat
Wogeo
Warumungu
Xhosa
Sio
Kxoe
Yapese
Kap
Yele
Yucateco
Yue Chinese
Malay (individual language)
Zulu
Multiple languages
Undetermined
Ura (Vanuatu)
Koro (Papua New Guinea)
Yir Yoront
Estonian
Latvian
Chinese
Subject language:
Abau
Abkhazian
Ambonese Malay
Ambulas
Adyghe
Amele
Angal
Kahua
Axamb
Arosi
Ajië
Angal Heneng
'Are'are
Amharic
Angal Enen
Anindilyakwa
Bumbita Arapesh
Arop-Sissano
Standard Arabic
Aneityum
Au
Babatana
Karnai
Bengali
Bughotu
Biak
Baki
Bilua
Bola
Tibetan
Daakaka
Bosngun
Bugawac
Bulgarian
Terei
Baelelea
Tairaha
Boikin
Czech
Chamorro
Mandarin Chinese
Lonwolwol
Welsh
Danish
Dehu
Dengka
Western Dani
Dom
Dobu
Efik
Askopan
Ekari
Modern Greek (1453-)
English
Enga
Sie
South Efate
Fataleka
Fijian
Finnish
Foi
Northern Frisian
Futuna-Aniwa
Nobonob
Kaytetye
Gao
Gogodala
Ghanongga
Gilbertese
Scottish Gaelic
Ancient Greek (to 1453)
Hakka Chinese
Hausa
Hawaiian
Fiji Hindi
Hiri Motu
Hmong Njua
Hula
Hungarian
Iaai
Purari
Igbo
Iloko
Icelandic
Italian
Sepik Iwam
Yabem
Javanese
Japanese
Georgian
Kabardian
Abadi
Kalanga
West Kewa
Central Khmer
Kilmeri
Kilivila
Kiowa
Southern Kiwai
Zabana
East Kewa
Gugubera
Kâte
Kwoma
Korean
Kapingamarangi
Koitabu
Kuanua
Kuni
Uare
Kuman
Kwara'ae
Kerewo
Lao
Wala
Lengo
Lo-Toga
Lithuanian
North Efate
Lau
Hano
Lamenu
Loun
Ganda
Lavukaleve
Lewo
Marshallese
Malayalam
Marathi
Maisin
Maring
Melpa
Mekeo
Kedah Malay
Motu
Mailu
Macedonian
Malo
Malango
To'abaita
Motlav
Emae
Rennell-Bellona
Manikion
Misima-Panaeati
Maori
Merlav
Mangareva
Marind
Murik (Papua New Guinea)
Mota
Manam
Marovo
Labo
Central Maewo
Hmong Daw
Mele-Fila
Burmese
Min Nan Chinese
Nauru
Navajo
Notsi
Sibe
Dalabon
Gela
Namakura
Norwegian
Ewage-Notu
Natügu
Nupe-Nupe-Tako
Southwest Tanna
Ontong Java
East Ambae
Onjob
Oroha
Orokolo
Palauan
Northern Pashto
Petats
Rerep
Pijin
Pileni
Pukapuka
Plateau Malagasy
Paluan
Paama
Tuamotuan
Polish
Pohnpeian
Pawaia
Ramoaaina
Rapanui
Rarotongan
Rakahanga-Manihiki
Romansh
Romanian
Rotokas
Waima
Rotuman
Roviana
Sanskrit
Sa
Siwai
Sakao
Sikaiana
Samoan
Sinaugoro
Siane
Sam
Sobei
Spanish
Serbian
Sinasina
Swati
Owa
Ulau-Suain
Savosavo
Swedish
Suau
Tahitian
Tamil
North Tairora
Tawala
Telugu
Tagalog
Sudest
Thai
Thayore
Teop
Tikopia
Telefol
Talise
Tumleo
Tami
Kwamera
Lenakel
Whitesands
Tonga (Tonga Islands)
Tok Pisin
Toaripi
Touo
Copala Triqui
San Martín Itunyoso Triqui
Chicahuaxtla Triqui
Akei
Turkish
Tawara
Ubir
Uisai
Ukrainian
Ulithian
Umpila
Ngarinyin
Urdu
Urat
West Uvean
Valman
Vietnamese
Varisi
Wandamen
Wedau
Wik-Mungkan
Wallisian
Wom (Papua New Guinea)
Wantoat
Wogeo
Warumungu
Xhosa
Sio
Kxoe
Yapese
Kap
Yele
Yucateco
Yue Chinese
Malay (individual language)
Zulu
Multiple languages
Undetermined
Ura (Vanuatu)
Koro (Papua New Guinea)
Yir Yoront
Estonian
Latvian
Chinese
Language family:
North Germanic
Afro-Asiatic
Malay (macrolanguage)
Niger-Kordofanian
Romance
Uralic
Mon-Khmer
Western Malayo-Polynesian
Greek
Caucasian
Mayan
Iranian
Chinese
Arabic
sign languages
Tibeto-Burman
Khoisan
Eastern Malayo-Polynesian
Chadic
Pushto
Indo-European
Celtic
Slavic
Italic
Malagasy
North American Indian
Hmong-Mien
Finno-Ugrian
Zambian Sign Language
Creoles and pidgins, English‑based
North Caucasian
Papuan
Serbo-Croatian
Central American Indian
Germanic
West Slavic
Philippine
Sino-Tibetan
Atlantic-Congo
Creoles and pidgins
Central Malayo-Polynesian
Bantu
Japanese (family)
Trans-New Guinea
Indo-Iranian
Austronesian
Tai
Australian
Malayo-Polynesian
Baltic
Austro-Asiatic
Hmong
Indic
Semitic
South Slavic
Country:
Afghanistan
American Samoa
Austria
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bulgaria
Botswana
Switzerland
Cook Islands
Chile
China
Czech Republic
Germany
Denmark
Estonia
Spain
Ethiopia
Finland
Fiji
Micronesia
United Kingdom
Georgia
Greece
Hungary
Indonesia
India
Iceland
Italy
Japan
Cambodia
Kiribati
North Korea
South Korea
Laos
Lebanon
Lithuania
Latvia
Madagascar
Marshall Islands
Macedonia
Mexico
Malaysia
New Caledonia
Nigeria
Netherlands
Norway
Nauru
New Zealand
French Polynesia
Papua New Guinea
Philippines
Poland
Palau
Romania
Russian Federation
Solomon Islands
Sweden
Slovakia
Thailand
Tonga
Uganda
United States
Viet Nam
Vanuatu
Wallis and Futuna
Samoa
South Africa
Hong Kong
Linguistic type:
Primary text
Linguistic field:
Language documentation
Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type:
Text
Other format:
Digitised: no Media: Printed report received as a scanned PDF.
Other rights:
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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