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Title: Dogon Dogul Dom Audio Files Open Access Deposited

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  • The audio recordings were made using a microphone connected to a Macintosh computer. Audio files are available in .mp4, .mov and .wav formats for download.
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  • Dogul Dom is a Dogon language spoken over a broad area on the Dogon (Bandiagara) plateau, mainly north(-west) of Bandiagara. A grammar was published electronically at Language Description Heritage Library in 2016.  https://ldh.clld.org/sources/item_2326691 It is backed up at Deep Blue documents.  http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/123061 Dogul Dom texts were recorded digitally at Nantanga village in 2015. Portions were transcribed and presented in the grammar as Text T01 and Text T02 Dogul Dom Nantanga 2015-01 (about 9:30 minutes), Text T01 in grammar Dogul Dom Nantanga 2015-02 (about 4:30 minutes), Text T02 in grammar
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  • antstrut@umich.edu
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  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
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  • various
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  • 03/18/2020
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  • 03/15/2019
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  • https://doi.org/10.7302/jdh8-y303
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Heath, J. (2019). Dogon Dogul Dom Audio Files [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/jdh8-y303

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Background:

These two audio files are recordings of people speaking the Dogul Dom language, which belongs to the Dogon language family in east central Mali. The recordings were made in 2015 by Jeffrey Heath, in Nantanga village. Due to the malfunctioning of our regular recording equipment, the recordings were made directly on a Macintosh computer in .qt format, then converted to .m4a format.

A reference grammar of Dogul Dom by Jeffrey Heath was published electronically at Language Description Heritage Library in 2016. It is available at
http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-002B-16CC-2
with backup at
http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/123061
At the end of the grammar, pp. 309-346 presents transcriptions and translations of the two recordings.

Details of the recordings are as follows.

Text T01
subject: ethnohistory
duration: 09:40
Text T02
subject: ethnohistory
duration: 04:33

Excerpts of these translations are provided as a pdf document with the Data Set “Dogon Dogul Dom Audio Files" (https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/data/concern/generic_works/tq57nr822?locale=en) to provide a translation for the following audio files:

Text T01 in grammar Dogul Dom Nantanga 2015-02 (about 4:30 minutes)

Text T02 Dogul Dom Nantanga 2015-01 (about 9:30 minutes)

color coding:
black main text
blue regular phonological transcriptions for this language
green transcriptions for other languages, *reconstructions, [phonetic transcriptions], and formulae


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