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Fumon Talks
Title:
Fumon Talks
ID:
HDF1-FY51
Link to the object:
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
Hugh de Ferranti (compiler)
Dean Willis (data inputter)
Hugh de Ferranti (depositor)
Hugh de Ferranti (interviewer)
Fumon Yoshinori (performer)
Fumon Yoshinori (speaker)
Fumon Yoshinori (singer)
Date:
1986-11-08
Description:
Side A: Discussion with Fumon re melody and structure. Nov. 8th, 1986. * Lead in to ?. Use of dan-po / voice correspondence. * The various seperate patterns within ?. Side B: * Distinction of 'gengo senritsu' and 'roudokufu senritsu'. * Pattern sections of "Sakura Gari" with Fumon's commentaries.. Language as given: Japanese
Content language:
Japanese
Subject language:
Japanese
Language family:
Japanese (family)
Country:
Japan
Linguistic type:
Primary text
Linguistic field:
Language documentation
Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type:
Sound
Other format:
Digitised: yes Media: Konica 60 JJ Cassette Audio Notes: A) Cassette, field recording, stereo, music & speech. B) Cassette, field recording, stereo, music & speech. Severe wow & flutter from ~16.00, worsening as recording progresses - possibly due to faulty recorder.
Other rights:
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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Archive: Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)
Online: Yes
Subject language: Japanese
Language family: Japanese (family)
Geographic region: Asia
Country: Japan
Linguistic type: Primary text
Linguistic field: Language documentation
Linguistic field: Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type: Sound
Content language: Japanese
Date: 1950 - 1999
Date: 1980 - 1989
Contributor: Dean Willis
Contributor: Fumon Yoshinori
Contributor: Hugh de Ferranti
Title: Fumon Talks
Other format: faulty recorder.
Other format: Digitised: yes Media: Konica 60 JJ Cassette Audio Notes: A) Cassette, field recording, stereo, music & speech. B) Cassette, field recording, stereo, music & speech. Severe wow & flutter from ~16.00, worsening as recording progresses - possibly due to
Other rights: Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)