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    Subtitled sardinian (from Sassari)...maybe if is written you can understand better.

    [YOUTUBE]Wcgt-0zLTlI[/YOUTUBE]

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    Former italian anthem (1861-1871), and before anthem of Piemont-Sardegna kingdom (1842-1861) sung in sardinian (sardinian and italia subtitles)

    [YOUTUBE]DNfRtGxgUNo[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perduellio View Post
    Subtitled sardinian (from Sassari)...maybe if is written you can understand better.

    [YOUTUBE]Wcgt-0zLTlI[/YOUTUBE]
    That's not Sassarese. In Sassari we speak a dialect connected with Corsican.

    LANGUAGE FAMILY
    -Indo-European
    --Italic
    ---Romance
    ----Italo-Dalmatian
    -----Tuscan
    -------Corsican
    ----------Sassarese
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sassarese_language





    [YOUTUBE]d9cgh_fyvHQ[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE]KiytR9JZZ0w[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meerkat.86 View Post
    That's not Sassarese. In Sassari we speak a dialect connected with Corsican.

    Sassarese was used in the past as a lingua franca, it is a transition between corsican and sardinian logudorese, and it is deeply influenced by pisan, ligurian and catalan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by askra View Post
    Sassarese was used in the past as a lingua franca, it is a transition between corsican and sardinian logudorese, and it is deeply influenced by pisan, ligurian and catalan.
    It derives from Corsican-Oltramontano, so it has been influenced necessarily by Pisan and Ligurian, though it's rich of Sardinian Logudorese and Catalan elements, particularly in the vocabulary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Count Arnau View Post
    Oh, so Logudorese uses sos/sas. Good way to distinguish them then. Thanks.

    In some dialects of Catalan, specially in Mallorca, an s is also used for the articles: es (s'), sa, sos, ses. As far as I remember, only Sardinian and Catalan have articles derived from IPSU, IPSA.
    that's interesting, I didn't know. In Logudorese Sardinian articles are su, sa, sos and sas.



    Anyway I've finally found a song in Campidanese

    Wikipedia says that's the most catalanized version of Sardinian. What do you think about?

    [YOUTUBE]u0wOpclcJ7Y[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meerkat.86 View Post

    Anyway I've finally found a song in Campidanese
    other songs in Campidanese (southern sardinian)

    [YOUTUBE]3CiSfd4Fp_Q[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE]37c6TVI0lG8[/YOUTUBE]

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    Default Corsican language

    Corsican as Sardinian can be generically subdivided in two main groups, Cismontano (Cismontanous in English?) spoken in the north of the island and influenced mainly by Tuscanian, and Oltramontano, spoken in the south, and considered the most ancient and conservative Corsican language.
    Dialects related to Corsican are Capraiese (from Capraia a Tuscanian island, but nowadays it can be considered an exstinted dialect), Gallurese and Sassarese (spoken in the north of Sardinia by about 220 thousand people).






    I' m not very keen on telling apart Cismontano and Oltramontano, anyway this is should be a correct distinction:

    Cismontano

    [YOUTUBE]cX-6BMHNmFY[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE]NRmGPr47bgI[/YOUTUBE]with subtitles



    Oltramontano (to be more precise this is Oltramontano spoken in the area of Propriano, in south-western Corsica)


    [YOUTUBE]6KNgWyHzchk[/YOUTUBE]with subtitles





    Sardinian Gallurese

    [YOUTUBE]Yzt84AJ5jS4[/YOUTUBE]with subtitles







    Sardinian Sassarese (or Turritano)

    [YOUTUBE]KiytR9JZZ0w[/YOUTUBE]with subtitles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meerkat.86 View Post
    Wikipedia says that's the most catalanized version of Sardinian. What do you think about?

    [YOUTUBE]u0wOpclcJ7Y[/YOUTUBE]
    Frankly? I don't think any Catalan would understand this, but for some words here and there.



    The only words I can more or less recognize are paraulas and malladia (in Catalan, paraules and malaltia). But I'd say they're quite similar in Italian too. I didn't recognize any word that could be regarded as a Catalanism.

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    Songs generally aren't that great to show how languages sound, but at the biginning of that one you can have a good idea of how Corsican sounds like when spoken.

    [YOUTUBE]AUNeSdxaAqU[/YOUTUBE]


    It's supposed to be the closest dialect to Tuscan and yet it's probably the most peculiar and far from regular Italian intonation/accent you'll be able to find.

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