Advanced Quichua de Imbabura

Collection Descriptive Notes
Native speaker (female) does a fluent reading of Quichua folktales, the equivalent of Lessons 19-29, 32 & 33 of the Stark and Carpenter textbook. All titles and texts are read in Quichua only. [Note: Lesson 31 is an exception: it was recorded in the field and consists of a spontaneous conversation between two women.]
Collection Technical Notes
Tapes, produced at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, are a subset of the complete series of lessons 1-33), donated to the LLA by Carol Hendrickson on 6/4/85.
Contributor
Unnamed
This collection has no playable audio.
Titlesort descending Contributor Locations Medium
Advanced Quichua...Folktales 19-22 Stark, Louisa R. (author); Carpenter, Lawrence K. (author); Unnamed native speaker (female) (speaker) Imbabura, Illinois 1/4 inch audio tape
Advanced Quichua...Folktales 23-26 Unnamed native speaker (female) (speaker); Stark, Louisa R. (author); Carpenter, Lawrence K. (author) Imbabura, Illinois 1/4 inch audio tape
Advanced Quichua...Folktales 27-30 Stark, Louisa R. (author); Carpenter, Lawrence K. (author); Unnamed native speaker (female) (speaker) Imbabura, Illinois 1/4 inch audio tape
Advanced Quichua...Folktales 31-33 Stark, Louisa R. (author); Carpenter, Lawrence K. (author); Unnamed native speaker (female) (speaker); Unnamed native speakers (female) (speaker) Imbabura, Illinois 1/4 inch audio tape
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