|Collection Descriptive Notes||
Andrade, speaking Spanish, puts words and phrases to Margarita Herrera (of Aguacatán, Department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala), who supplies the Awakateko equivalents. She also adds passages of fluent speech. (Note: In McQuown's usage a "text" is any discrete unit of speech.)
|Collection Technical Notes||
The original recordings are five 10-inch, 78 rpm, needle-cut aluminum discs made in Guatemala, and they are accompanied by a tape dub of all the discs made by Donald H. Ledin at the Language Laboratory c. 1979. WAVE files are now converted to MP3s, and the transcription is scanned.
Herrera, Margarita, consultant
This collection has no playable audio.