Title: Dogon Tiranige Audio Files Open Access Deposited
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(2019). Dogon Tiranige Audio Files [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/1e6p-dp51
Files (Count: 4; Size: 114 MB)
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|readme audio Dogon Tiranige.txt||2018-08-19||2018-08-19||1.22 KB||Open Access||
|Tiranige text 07 2017.wav||2018-05-09||2018-05-09||113 MB||Open Access||
|DRAFT of Heath Tiranige grammar.docx||2018-05-09||2018-05-09||752 KB||Open Access||
|Tiranige text 07 transcribed tra....docx||2018-05-09||2018-05-09||225 KB||Open Access||
README FILE FOR âDogon Tiranige audio filesâ
This audio file is a recording of two people speaking the Tiranige language, which belongs to the Dogon language family. Tiranige is spoken in several villages on the Dogon (Bandiagara) plateau on or near its western cliffs, and at the base of these cliffs. The recording was made by project assistant Minkailou Djiguiba in the village of Ningo in 2017.
The audio file has a duration of 22:22. It is in .wav format and was made with a handheld Tascan digital microphone.
Fieldwork is continuing on this language as of this writing (mid 2018), in the hope of completing a reference grammar by late 2019. The reference grammar will include a transcription and translation of this recording, as well as some other texts obtained by dictation.
Tiranige text 07 2017
Jeffrey Heath gives permission to others to transcribe, translate, or otherwise analyse this recording if he is unable to complete the grammar, with this text transcribed and translated at the end, by December 2020.
These videos are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Please see: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ for more information.