|Posted on Thu Jan 08, 2009 20:46:43|| |
|Does anyone know of an audio recording which would shed some light on the pronunciation of the original latin version of Catullus 85?|
|Posted at Fri Jan 16, 2009 20:09:42|| Quote|
| ||Does anyone know of an audio recording which would shed some light on the pronunciation of the original latin version of Catullus 85?|
I know there was some plan to make audio recordings of Catullus in Latin, but I don't know what happened to it.
Od' et amo quar' id faciam fortasse requiris
Nescio sed fieri sentio et excrucior
I removed the vowels which are elided. C's are always pronounced like K's, and use Italian or Spanish vowels. Other than that, it's exactly how it looks to be pronounced (unless you want to include meter).
If you're looking at meter, OD' et amO quar' ID faciAM FORTASSe reQUIRIS
|Posted at Wed Jan 28, 2009 00:14:35|| Quote|
|Thanks, this helped a lot! |
|Posted at Sat Feb 07, 2009 14:56:06|| Quote|
|The carmina of which I have a spoken version have an 'audio' button at the top (see, e.g., 5). |
If anyone has audio versions of the other carmina, please let me know and we'll see if we can add them.
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|Posted at Wed Jun 17, 2009 17:08:25|| Quote|
|How do you pronounce the 2nd line?|