[Spellyans] SWF vowel inconsistencies

Craig Weatherhill weatherhill at freenet.co.uk
Thu Jul 10 19:50:23 IST 2008


Yes, I would very much like copies as well.  I have Dick's two tapes for 
An Curnoack Hethow and another, the title of which escapes me for the 
moment.  Whenever anyone asks me how Cornish should be spoken, I play 
one of those.

Craig


Eddie Climo wrote:
>
> On 10 Jul 2008, at 14:55, Kernuack at aol.com <mailto:Kernuack at aol.com> 
> wrote:
>
>> Returned from holiday today. Dick Gendall - just about to finish the 
>> English/Cornish section of his new dictionary - is now about to 
>> record an audio disc in which we will hear his spoken Cornish - 
>> reciting biblical texts plus writings of the traditional writers. We 
>> are very much looking forward to this. The Cornish Language Council 
>> is also launching another audio disc to which Neil Kennedy Gus 
>> Williams and Bernard Deacon will be contributing. Mina 
>
> Mina whek,
>
> Please keep us posted about the availability of these audio resources. 
> I would very much like copies of them.
>
> Is there any chance Dick might re-record his reading of Jowan Chi an 
> Hordh? The LP that he made has long been unavailable, afaik. I would 
> value the opportunity to listen to his recitation while reading the 
> original text of the tale.
>
>
> Eddie Foirbeis Climo
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> Ahes an forth hyr hep wothvos y tremenynyn.
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