A basic course in Moroccan Arabic

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Collection Descriptive Notes
Under the supervision of the Geertzes, a native speaker (male) reads model sentences from Lessons 26-40, while a number of American (?) students attempt to imitate the teacher. The text used here is apparently the 1965 edition of A Basic Course in Moroccan Arabic, by Richard S, Harrell, Mohammed Abu-Talib, and William S. Carroll (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown Unversity Press).
Collection Technical Notes
Masters are three tapes on seven-inch reels apparently dubbed in 1967 from field recordings supplied by Clifford Geertz. The WAVE files have been converted to (unreviewed) MP3s.
Contributor
Geertz, Clifford; Mrs. [?] Geertz and (unnamed) recordist(s)
This collection has no playable audio.
Titlesort descending Languages Contributor Medium
A basic course in Moroccan Arabic [1] Moroccan Arabic, English Harrell, Richard S. (author); Geertz, Clifford (compiler); Geertz, (Mrs.) Clifford (compiler); Unnamed native speaker (male) (speaker); Unnamed male and female speakers (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
A basic course in Moroccan Arabic [2] Moroccan Arabic Harrell, Richard S. (author); Geertz, Clifford (compiler); Geertz, (Mrs.) Clifford (compiler); Unnamed native speaker (male) (speaker); Unnamed male and female speakers (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
A basic course in Moroccan Arabic [3] Moroccan Arabic Harrell, Richard S. (author); Geertz, Clifford (compiler); Geertz, (Mrs.) Clifford (compiler); Unnamed native speaker (male) (speaker); Unnamed male and female speakers (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape