Recordings in Central Nahuatl, made in Puebla and Tlaxcala States by Jane Rosenthal (1973-1982)

Collection Descriptive Notes
Speaking Spanish and (later) Nahuatl, Rosenthal interviews a number of native speakers (male and female), who (at times) provide vocabulary, engage in conversation and relate narratives.
Collection Technical Notes
Tapes were dubbed in 1976 and 1983 from the original field recordings made on: one open-reel tape and three C-60 cassettes, which were lent to the LLA by Rosenthal. WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
Atonal, Paulina, et al.
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
Atonal Dionisio - 1973 (NTL (TX) 86.1.2 (M)) Rosenthal, Jane (interviewer); Atonal, Dionisio (consultant) 1/4 inch audio tape
Cosme Lima Aguilar - 1975 (NTL (TX) 81.5 (M)) Lima Aguilar, Cosme (consultant); Rosenthal, Jane (interviewer) 1/4 inch audio tape
Matiyanna (?) Texis Salazar, et al. (NTL (TX) 86.1.3 (M)) Rosenthal, Jane (interviewer); Texis Salazar, Matiyanna (consultant); Texis Cuapio, Alfonso (consultant); Texis Cuapio, Guadalupe (consultant) 1/4 inch audio tape
nhn-81.5 Sound
nhn-86-1 Sound
nhn-86-2 Sound
nhn-86-3 Sound
Paulina Atonal - 1978 (NTL (TX) 86.1.1 (M)) Rosenthal, Jane (interviewer); Atonal, Paulina (consultant) 1/4 inch audio tape