modus.irrealis wrote:I listened to the sample online and it seems to me that he pronounces some η as [ε:] and others as [a:]. At first I thought it might have something to do with original long α, because he says βουλ[a:] and κακ[a:]ν, but I don't think that's it. I think he just has a very wide range for his vowels and sometimes his η is so open that it sounds like an [a:]. I hear something similar with his ε which are sometimes so close that they sound like [i] (or at least [ɪ]).
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