A comprehensive collection of sound files (WAV) in sara Lu'a, or Palu'e (ISO 639-3 ple). Palu'e Island is located near the north coast of Flores, Lesser Sunda Islands, Nusa Tenggara Timur province, Indonesia. The collection focuses on narratives in the wide sense, with a focus on folk tales, and a type of ethnomedicine. There are also songs, ritual language, and more. With time-aligned transcripts and translations (ELAN annotations, EAF-files). Most recordings are of single narrators, and more than half of those were recorded mono with an AT2020 mic,. In the collection these recordings are doubled (L & R) for listening convenience. Stereo recordings are also numerous, done with the H4N Zoom built-in mics, only a few recordings were made with a Lavalier mic.
View http://ling.hawaii.edu/wp-content/uploads/Kaipuleohone-ConditionsOfAccess.pdf for conditions of access (syarat akses). Item SD1-000 contains a directory to the collection, which needs an update. For the phonology of sara Lu'a, consult Danerek, Stefan. 2019. 'Phonologic variation in Palu'e, a language from Eastern Indonesia, and the divising of an orthographic system', Ethnorema (15): 1-28. Online: https://www.ethnorema.it/wp-content/uploads/15-03-Danerek.pdf Or see the Palu'e-Indonesian dictionary: Danerek, Stefan. 2019. Kamus bahasa Palu’e-bahasa Indonesia. Depok: UI publishing.
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