|Collection Descriptive Notes||
Daitz starts with an introduction to the Latin language and how its sound system was reconstructed. Next, he describes each vowel and consonant. In the third "lecture" Daitz discusses the proper reading of long and short syllables. Finally, he reads Demonstration Texts (from Vergil, Cicero, Catullus, and Horace).
|Collection Technical Notes||
Cassettes are the copies sent from the publisher. (Gift of Elizabeth Asmis to the LLA on 10/16/86)
This collection has no playable audio.
|The pronunciation and reading of classical Latin: a practical guide (from the series: The living voice of Greek and Latin literature)||Virgil (author); Cicero (author); Catullus (author); Horace (author); Daitz, Stephen G. (editor)||Text|
|Introduction; Latin vowels and consonants||Daitz, Stephen G. (author); Daitz, Stephen G. (speaker)||1/8 inch audio cassette|
|Latin accents and rhythm; Reading Latin poetry aloud||Virgil (author); Cicero (author); Catullus (author); Horace (author); Daitz, Stephen G. (editor)||1/8 inch audio cassette|