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    Default Italian dialects database

    There's a site I found that has a database of dozens of recordings of various Italian dialects and sub-dialects from most regions, except Abruzzo, Lazio, Emilia-Romagna, and Marche. They also feature minority languages like Franco-Provencal, Arbereshe, Griko, Gallo-Sicilian, Walser, Cimbric, Slovenian, etc.



    Link here: http://www2.rz.hu-berlin.de/vivaldi/...d=0001&lang=it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeraci View Post
    There's a site I found that has a database of dozens of recordings of various Italian dialects and sub-dialects from most regions, except Abruzzo, Lazio, Emilia-Romagna, and Marche. They also feature minority languages like Franco-Provencal, Arbereshe, Griko, Gallo-Sicilian, Walser, Cimbric, Slovenian, etc.

    Link here: http://www2.rz.hu-berlin.de/vivaldi/...d=0001&lang=it
    It's a very useful resource for linguists.

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    A knew a Japanese that studied and spoke perfectly Friulano!
    It was hilarious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulla View Post
    It's a very useful resource for linguists.
    Yes, was surprised that they had some of the rarer ones like Walser and Molisano-Croatian along with the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeraci View Post
    Yes, was surprised that they had some of the rarer ones like Walser and Molisano-Croatian along with the others.
    Basically they have all the linguistic minorities in Italy.

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    My full admiration for the Germans regarding Romance linguistics in the last two centuries. They've always shown much more interest for it than many local institutions.

    Glad to see Algherese Catalan in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comte Arnau View Post
    My full admiration for the Germans regarding Romance linguistics in the last two centuries. They've always shown much more interest for it than many local institutions.

    Glad to see Algherese Catalan in there.
    Local institutions fear the spread of indipendentism, I guess.

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    Historical map of Italian dialects


    Map of all Italian dialects

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scandalf View Post
    A knew a Japanese that studied and spoke perfectly Friulano!
    It was hilarious!
    maybe he is the same academic who wrote a Japanese-Sardinian vocabulary, and he spoke also Sardinian, with strong Nuorese accent!

    http://www.sardiniainnovation.it/art...go-sugeta.html


    p.s.

    here is an archive with interviews in Sardinian languages from every Sardinan region/village/town

    http://www.sardegnadigitallibrary.it...=1&mtd=79&o=15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ianus View Post
    Historical map of Italian dialects
    This map created by blogger Sima Brankov is highly questionable for some choices.

    Da notare che il blogger (che sar serbo o sloveno, comunque di quelle parti) ha fatto sparire il friulano.

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