Mono digital wordlist: Archival form

 Title  Mono digital wordlist: Archival form
 Creator  Olson, Kenneth S.
 Created  1994-09-26
 Is su ed  2008-09
 Contributor (researcher)  Olson, Kenneth S.
 Contributor (transcriber)  Olson, Kenneth S.
 Contributor (translator)  Olson, Kenneth S.
 Contributor (recorder)  Olson, Kenneth S.
 Contributor (speaker)  Tshangbaita, Mbakuwuse
 Contributor (translator)  Tshangbaita, Mbakuwuse
 Contributor (recorder)  Olson, Roger E.
 Contributor (annotator)  Kuntz, Judy
 Contributor (developer)  Simons, Gary
 Description  A recording of a 204-item wordlist of Mono elicited in French. The original recording was on analog cassette tape. The responses are transcribed in orthography and IPA and aligned to the recording. The wordlist instrument is based on Moñino's list (Moñino, Yves. 1988. Lexique comparatif des langues oubanguiennes. Paris: Geuthner). The recording was digitized in March 2005. Mono is an Ubangian language spoken by some 65,000 people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. These data represent the variety of Mono spoken in the town of Bili.
 Type (DCMI)  Text
 Format (IMT)  text/xml
 Type (DCMI)  Sound
 Format (IMT)  audio/wav
 Format  The WAV file is monophonic, sampled at 24 bits and 48 KHz. Total extent is 100.0 MB (12 minutes).
 Type (DCMI)  Image
 Format (IMT)  image/tiff
 Format  There is a TIFF image of each 8.5" x 11" page of the paper wordlist containing the original field transcriptions. They are scanned at 300 dpi and 8-bit grayscale. There are two pages and each image is approximately 8.56 MB in size.
 Language (ISO639-3)  Mono (Democratic Republic of Congo) [mnh], Bili dialect
 Language (ISO639-3)  French [fra]
 Language (ISO639-3)  English [eng]
 Subject (OLAC)  Lexicography
 Type (OLAC)  Linguistic type: Lexicon
 Coverage  Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Identifier  SIL-LCA-50695
 Publisher  SIL International, Language and Culture Archives, Dallas, Texas
 Rights  Copyright © 2008 SIL International
 Rights  These materials are copyrighted and may be used under the standard terms of Fair Use.

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