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Manual of Articulatory Phonetics
by W. Smalley (1963)

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Here are the various languages that are used in the 'recorded exercices' provided with Smalley's manual.

Amoy (spoken in Taiwan) :
2_03, 2_04, 2_05, 4_01, 4_02,

Black Bobo (spoken in Mali) :
13_16,

Comanche (spoken in Eastern Oklahoma and new Mexico) :
28_04,

Erakor (New Hebrides Island) :
19_16,

Finnish
18_18, 18_19,

Foe (Papuan Language) :
19_15,

French
15_04, 25_03,

German
22_21,

Gola (Liberia) :
8_18,

Hausa (important language of West Africa, centering in Nigeria) :
2_06, 2_07, 2_08, 2_09, 2_10,

Huli (Papua)
9_13,

Italian
15_16,

Kaka (spoken in Cameroun) :
21_10, 21_11, 24_16, 27_10, 27_11, 27_12, 27_13,

Khmu (mountain minority language spoken in northern Laos) :
13_13, 13_14, 13_15, 16_17, 15_11,

Kpelle (spoken in Liberia) :
4_21,

Kuy (minority language in Eastern Thailand, some speakers in Cambodia and Southern Laos) :
19_11, 19_12,

Maninka (Guinea, West Africa) :
21_12, 19_13,

Mano (spoken in Liberia and Guinea. Speaker in lesson #2 is See Diage from Gbuuyi, Liberia) :
2_17, 2_18, 24_17, 24_18, 24_19,

Quiotepec Chinantec (spoken in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico) :
25_20, 25_21, 25_22,

Thai
9_15, 9_16, 9_17, 9_18, 9_19, 9_20, 9_21-22-23, 9_24,

Vietnamese
2_19, 2_20, 4_20, 6_01, 11_08, 11_09, 11_10, 21_13, 26_19, 26_20, 26_21,

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Designed by Jean-Philippe Goldman - July 2005 - please mail your questions and suggestions

Permission to use the original sound files granted.
Analog to digital conversion of audio tapes by Piet Mertens. and Mark Van de Velde
Data preparation by Diana Trandabat and Maria Husarciuc (chap. 9 to 23), and Carmen Miresan (chap. 2 4 6 8 15 and 24 to 33)

See also Lesson in Prosody by Peter Gilles (Deutsches Seminar der Universität Freiburg) / Anne Catherine Simon (Centre de recherche VALIBEL, Université catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve) 2005, especially for lessons 2,4,6,8