Vincent M. Setterholm
Vincents at minn.net
Thu Jan 17 12:15:25 EST 2002
Thanks, that's a cool link! However the pronunciation used seems to be
modern hebrew (no distinction being made between tau with a dagesh lene and
without, the waw makes a 'v' sound, etc.). What I am hunting for is
recordings of the pronunciation used in the older grammars, that bears a
closer resemblance to Arabic (ayin is voiced, tsade makes a harsh 's' sound
instead of the 'ts', etc.). It may be that my best option will be just to
listen to some Arabic tapes and then try moving those sounds over to Hebrew.
From: Polycarp66 at aol.com [mailto:Polycarp66 at aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 6:10 AM
To: Vincents at minn.net; b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu
Subject: Re: phonology question
In a message dated 1/16/2002 3:40:29 AM Eastern Standard Time,
Vincents at minn.net writes:
Does anyone know of any recordings of Hebrew (online or commercially
available) that follow the pronunciation of the older grammars (like
gesenius' or jouon's)?
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