DOBES Archive

tci20130905
This is a recording of a man who had been hunting during the night MAK with his two sons. He had caught a cuscus and a crocodile. After he returned in the morning, he send one of his sons to show me the cuscus and the crocodile. recorded with a Canon XA10 with a shotgun mic Rode Videomic
tci20120817-02
short story about the bird of paradise and its religious/cultural significance. this was recorded during a bird walk with a head mounted microphone.
ws-early_contact001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to have a conversation or to tell a story. Here, speakers talk about different topics.
directionals_Doig-012
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
ws-nabaane_story001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the nabaane stories which are known in great variety and many versions. The speaker is 500.
ws-potato001
In this part of the workshop, the participants are asked to pronounce some Beaver words in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: potato
tci20130822
This is recording of garden work. The main speaker (LNA) and her two daughters (RNA, JAA) work in the garden and explain various aspects of the work to the two researchers (JCM, CD).
dialectsurvey_Moberly-004
Dialect survey for Moberly dialect speaker
tci20120815
a short description of the fawn-breasted bowerbird's nest nzöyär. the speaker points out such a nest and describes the bird's behaviour.
directionals_Doig-011
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
directionals_Doig-013
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
ws-Lords_prayer001
At the end of the first day of the Workshop the participants pray the Lord's prayer in Beaver.
ws-stop_running001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to pronounce some Beaver verbs in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: stop running! you stop running; also to quit smoking
ws-nabaane_story001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the nabaane stories which are known in great variety and many versions. The speaker is 500.
ws-get_lost001
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to pronounce some Beaver verbs in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: I got lost, he got lost, I went up the hill, I came up
directionals_Doig-018
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
directionals_Doig-009
Directionals phrases such as, the moose is standing on the other side of the lake, etc. and other related voculabulary.
ws-song001
In this part of the workshop, the participants are asked to pronounce some Beaver words in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: song
ws-tsayaa_story004
In this part of the workshop, the participants were asked to make conversation or to tell a story. Here, the speaker tells one version of the naabane stories which are known in great variety and many versions.
ws-knife001
In this part of the workshop, different Beaver words and their diminutive forms were elicited in order to get comparable data for further dialect analyses. Here: knife, small knife, pocket knife