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Post by benissimus » Mon Feb 28, 2005 1:05 pm

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Post by Magistra » Mon Feb 28, 2005 11:16 pm

There's the Nuntii Latini from Finland:

http://www.yleradio1.fi/zgo.php?z=20031213131686314670

I believe there's a different clip everyday.

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Post by benissimus » Tue Mar 01, 2005 6:34 am

Magistra wrote:There's the Nuntii Latini from Finland:

http://www.yleradio1.fi/zgo.php?z=20031213131686314670

I believe there's a different clip everyday.

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I've seen that site before, but how do you get to the audio clips? ... and why do I have the feeling I am about to look like a fool...
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Post by mariek » Tue Mar 01, 2005 6:59 am

benissimus wrote: I've seen that site before, but how do you get to the audio clips? ... and why do I have the feeling I am about to look like a fool...

See the section to the right with the yellow background?

Click on "recitatio"

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Post by Magistra » Tue Mar 01, 2005 4:04 pm

Here are some of Catullus' poems:

http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/consortium/ ... intro.html

There are a variety of authors at the Classical Language Instruction Project at Princeton:

http://www.princeton.edu/~clip/

Hymnus Latinus Europae

http://www.hymnus-europae.at/

Here's Weelock in RealAudio:

http://www.languages.uncc.edu/classics/ ... laudio.htm

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Post by bizzaroSquirrel » Sat Mar 12, 2005 2:31 am

Seeing that you arent restricting this to classical reconstructed pronunciation, I sort of have some latin audio... :twisted:
An awesome band, My Dying Bride have one line of latin in a song of theirs..
My Dying Bride (The Dreadful Hours cd) - The return to the Beautiful.
mmmm... doom metal....

I'll give you the line:
Et gelidus hoc voluntas firmamentum.
What does it mean? I'm only up to first chap in wheelock..

It's the last song ont he cd, i think its the final battle between god and the devil.. ohh.. doomy... devil speaks the line in latin, none of this pu.ssy latin hymn stuff some of you guys posted :P

download it from a p2p application or something, they are total lords, and the song is so very very good. actually, buy the cd!
DO IT :shock:

james
edit: clarification

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Post by benissimus » Sat Mar 12, 2005 5:07 am

bizzaroSquirrel wrote:Seeing that you arent restricting this to classical reconstructed pronunciation, I sort of have some latin audio... :twisted:
An awesome band, My Dying Bride have one line of latin in a song of theirs..
My Dying Bride (The Dreadful Hours cd) - The return to the Beautiful.
mmmm... doom metal....

I'll give you the line:
Et gelidus hoc voluntas firmamentum.
What does it mean? I'm only up to first chap in wheelock..

It's the last song ont he cd, i think its the final battle between god and the devil.. ohh.. doomy... devil speaks the line in latin, none of this pu.ssy latin hymn stuff some of you guys posted :P

download it from a p2p application or something, they are total lords, and the song is so very very good. actually, buy the cd!
DO IT :shock:

james
edit: clarification
Oh my...

"Et gelidus hoc voluntas firmamentum" and "Ego deicere tu pereant" are utter nonsense. The second shows a curious knowledge of the subjunctive, yet no understanding whatsoever of even basic grammar. This is why we have other cases besides the nominative! :lol: But if this interview is real, it looks like they are just being silly.
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Post by bizzaroSquirrel » Sat Mar 12, 2005 6:32 am

benissimus wrote: Oh my...

"Et gelidus hoc voluntas firmamentum" and "Ego deicere tu pereant" are utter nonsense. The second shows a curious knowledge of the subjunctive, yet no understanding whatsoever of even basic grammar. This is why we have other cases besides the nominative! :lol: But if this interview is real, it looks like they are just being silly.
haha... before i edited i said that i wouldn't be surprised if there was a total lack of grammar.. infact, i think he pronounces the v as an english v in the song too, but its in growling vocals so it masks it pretty well :D

yep that link is real, gotta love metal. you better download the song now :wink:

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Post by benissimus » Sat Mar 12, 2005 9:45 am

bizzaroSquirrel wrote:yep that link is real, gotta love metal. you better download the song now :wink:
I hope you're not suggesting I should pirate music :P
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Post by mariek » Sat Mar 12, 2005 6:59 pm


I can't understand a word that singer is trying to say in that song... :?

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Post by metrodorus » Sun Jun 17, 2007 6:32 pm

The Latinum Podcast has a rich and growing resource of spoken Latin, including Conversational Latin/Oral Latin practice excercises, etc.

http://latinum.mypodcast.com


-Evan.

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Post by mariek » Mon Jun 18, 2007 7:22 am

Thanks for the link, I'll go check that out...

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