Le projet Vivaldi: présentation d'un atlas linguistique parlant virtuel



Argitaratua 2010-02-22
Roland Bauer


The article deals with a speaking linguistic atlas named VIVALDI. The project aims to cover all over Italy, with a choice of measuring-points, representing Romance as well as non-Romance dialects (like Albanian in Sicily or German in Southern Tyrol). The data is published in form of phonetic transcriptions accompanied by the corresponding sound-files collected by previous fieldwork. The questionnaire contains 359 single items covering all intra-linguistic categories and including a part of the parable of the lost son to be translated. Most of the questions are already documented by the Linguistic Atlas of Italy and Southern Switzerland (AIS 1928-1940) which opens the door to systematic diachronic studies. Actually (2009) data of the following nine regions are available: Aosta Valley (10 measuring-points), Friuli (11), Liguria (13), Molise (16), Piedmont (22), Sardinia (16), Sicily (17), Trentino-South Tyrol (33), Umbria (14). The whole VIVALDI-dataset (for now about 55.000 responses) is freely accessible.

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Bauer, Roland. 2010. «Le Projet Vivaldi: Présentation d’un Atlas Linguistique Parlant Virtuel». Anuario Del Seminario De Filología Vasca "Julio De Urquijo", otsailak, 71-88. https://doi.org/10.1387/asju.9893.
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