[HISTORY] The Cambridge Modern History. Volume 02, The Reformation - Leni

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Post by Kazbek » January 29th, 2021, 9:18 pm

thestorygirl wrote:
January 28th, 2021, 1:41 pm
Section 13 (31:53)~
thestorygirl wrote:
January 28th, 2021, 2:17 pm
Section 14 (34:49)~
Splendidly read and PL OK!

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Post by thestorygirl » January 30th, 2021, 1:58 pm

:D Thanks, that's good to hear! I tried prooflistening before I sent it but I ended up putting myself to sleep. :lol:
Unfortunately I wasn't able to record Sections 24, 33, 34 ,36 before the deadline so it's only fair I put them back out there for others.
If it's okay, I would still like to record Section 16 to wrap up the story of Luther, and I spent a lot of time researching the pronunciations. But if not I totally understand. I will swallow my pride and admit I have an information hoarding mentality and bit off more than I could chew this time. Trying to learn from my mistake!

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Post by Kazbek » January 30th, 2021, 3:19 pm

thestorygirl wrote:
January 30th, 2021, 1:58 pm
:D Thanks, that's good to hear! I tried prooflistening before I sent it but I ended up putting myself to sleep. :lol:
Unfortunately I wasn't able to record Sections 24, 33, 34 ,36 before the deadline so it's only fair I put them back out there for others.
If it's okay, I would still like to record Section 16 to wrap up the story of Luther, and I spent a lot of time researching the pronunciations. But if not I totally understand. I will swallow my pride and admit I have an information hoarding mentality and bit off more than I could chew this time. Trying to learn from my mistake!
Now that your contributions are well underway, I would be happy to give you more time to work on your claims! If you think you can get them done within the next month, that would be great. Let me know. :)

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Post by wildlindajohnson » February 2nd, 2021, 8:03 pm

Linda Johnson

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Post by Kazbek » February 2nd, 2021, 8:14 pm

wildlindajohnson wrote:
February 2nd, 2021, 8:03 pm
Here's section 55:

https://librivox.org/uploads/leni/cambridgemodernhistory2_55_128kb.mp3 [38:59]
Thank you, Linda!

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Post by TueB » February 3rd, 2021, 9:24 am

Regarding section 70
The playing time is 29:19
I have uploaded the file again.
I am unsure how I find the URL, and cant find a tutorial either.
How to?

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Post by Kazbek » February 3rd, 2021, 9:56 am

TueB wrote:
February 3rd, 2021, 9:24 am
Regarding section 70
The playing time is 29:19
I have uploaded the file again.
I am unsure how I find the URL, and cant find a tutorial either.
How to?
When you start the upload, you'll see a growing green bar, showing the progress of your upload. It moves along fairly slowly. When the upload is complete, the bar will be replaced by a URL, which you'll need to copy and paste in this thread. If you don't see a URL, it means that the upload hasn't completed yet. If you closed the uploader before the URL appeared, the file wasn't actually uploaded. Please give it another try. :)

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Post by Murphy8104 » February 3rd, 2021, 11:59 am

Hi Michael -
I just uploaded Section 59 and tried the mic higher to see if it allayed the "pop" issues. It definitely resulted in a lower volume, but I upped it to 90 db.
Will also go back and insert that missing word at the end of Section 58.

https://librivox.org/uploads/leni/cambridgemodernhistory2_59_128kb.mp3

db= 90 Length - 37:01


Thanks.

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Post by Murphy8104 » February 3rd, 2021, 12:13 pm

Hi Michael -
THe corrected Section 58 has been uploaded for PL.

https://librivox.org/uploads/leni/cambridgemodernhistory2_58_128kb.mp3

90.8 db 31:11 - Length

I hope that crosses all the "t"s :) . I uploaded Section 59 a few minutes ago.
Thanks.

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Post by Kazbek » February 3rd, 2021, 3:08 pm

wildlindajohnson wrote:
February 2nd, 2021, 8:03 pm
Here's section 55:
PL OK!

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Post by Kazbek » February 3rd, 2021, 3:12 pm

Murphy8104 wrote:
February 3rd, 2021, 11:59 am
Hi Michael -
I just uploaded Section 59 and tried the mic higher to see if it allayed the "pop" issues. It definitely resulted in a lower volume, but I upped it to 90 db.
Will also go back and insert that missing word at the end of Section 58.
Thank you, Lisa! Section 58 is PL OK. :thumbs:

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Post by thestorygirl » February 3rd, 2021, 4:27 pm

Kazbek wrote:
January 30th, 2021, 3:19 pm

Now that your contributions are well underway, I would be happy to give you more time to work on your claims! If you think you can get them done within the next month, that would be great. Let me know. :)

Michael
Section 16~ (46:58)
https://librivox.org/uploads/leni/cambridgemodernhistory2_16_128kb.mp3

Thank you, but I am going to be more realistic this time and will let them go.
Thank you for your patience with me! <3

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Post by thestorygirl » February 3rd, 2021, 4:39 pm

...Oh, hey-- whoever does claim those sections...
Do you want the pronunciations I looked up? At least that time won't have gone to waste. :)

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Post by Kazbek » February 3rd, 2021, 6:12 pm

thestorygirl wrote:
February 3rd, 2021, 4:27 pm

Section 16~ (46:58)
https://librivox.org/uploads/leni/cambridgemodernhistory2_16_128kb.mp3

Thank you, but I am going to be more realistic this time and will let them go.
Thank you for your patience with me! <3
Thank you! Realism is a challenge for many of us here. :D
...Oh, hey-- whoever does claim those sections...
Do you want the pronunciations I looked up? At least that time won't have gone to waste. :)
Could be useful! If you'd like to post them here, I'll make whoever claims the sections aware of them.

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Post by thestorygirl » February 4th, 2021, 12:25 pm

PRONUNCIATIONS FOR SECTION 33
(to the best of my ability to research :)... somebody may be more familiar with these places than I and have quite a laugh at my transcriptions :lol: Hope this is helpful and accurate!)

Aargau- AHR-gow
Alamannic- AL-uh-man-nik
Appenzell- APn-zel
bailiwick- BAY-luh-wik
Basel- BAH-zel
Beatus- beh-AH-tuhs
Bellinzona- bell-in-TSOH-nah
Bern- burn (R is tapped)
Bernardin- BAIR-naHr-din
Berthold- BAIHr-tohlt (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Besançon- BUH-zaHn-saHn
Bullinger- BOO-lingHr (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Brescia- BRAY-shee-uh (R is tapped)
Brun- BHrEWN (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Brunnen- BHrOHN-en (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Bunzli- BOONTS-lee
Capito- KAH-pee-toh
Chrysostom- kris-OSS-tuhm
Chur- KOOR (R is tapped)
Concordat- kon-KOR-dat
Cyril- SEE-ril
De Ecclesia- dee ek-LEE-zee-uh
Einsiedeln- IN-seh-deln (long i)
Fischingen- FISH-ingn
Frei- FHrIee (R is more of a voiced H sound; long I)
Freiburg- FRI-boHrk (first R is tapped; second R is more of a voiced H sound)
Froben- FHrOHbn (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Froschauer- FHrOH-showHr (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Gallic- GAL-lik
Geisshussler- GIS-hoos-lHr (long I; R is more of a voiced H sound)
Gemeinde- geh-MIN-deh (long i)
Glarus- GLAIR-uhs
Goldli- KeuLT-lee
Grisons- KHrEE-suhns (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Haller- HAH-lHr (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Huldreich- HOOLD-HrIk (R is more of a voiced H sound; ch is "garbled"... see Zurich)
Knonau- keh-NOH-now
Lausanne- LOH-sahn
Locarno- loh-CAR-noh (R is tapped)
Landvogt- lahnt-FOHKT
Loriti- lohr-EE-tee (R is tapped)
Lugano- loo-GAH-noh
Luzern~ LUH-tsaiHrn (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Marignano- mah-rin-YAH-noh (R is tapped)
Matthaus- mah-TAY-uhs
Meyer- MIHr (long i; R is more of a voiced H sound)
Morgarten- MOHr-gaHr-tn (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Novara- noh-VAH-rah (R is tapped)
Oswald- OSS-vahlt
Origen- OR-ih-juhn
Pauline- poll-EEN
Pfaffenbrief- PFAF-eh-breef (R is tapped)
Pico della Mirandola- PEE-koh DEL-uh meer-AN-doh-lah (R is trilled)
Reinhard- HrIN-haHrt (R is more of a voiced H sound; long I)
Rhaetian- REE-shee-uhn
Rhenanus- ray-NAH-nuhs (R is tapped)
Roust- my best guess is something like HrEUOOST?
Samson- SAHM-soHn
Schafhausen- SHAF-how-zehn
Schinner- SHINHr (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Schwyz- shweetz
Sforza- SFOR-tsah (R is tapped)
Sion- see-OHn
Solothurn- zoh-loh-TURN (R is tapped)
St Gallen- GAHLn
Tarantaise- TARn-tayz
Thurgau- TOOR-gow (R is tapped)
Toggenburg- TAHGN-boHrk (R is more of a voiced H sound)
Unterwalden- OON-tr-vahldn
Uri- OO-ree (R is tapped)
Vadian- VAY-dee-uhn
Vailais- VAHL-ay
Val Maggia- Val MAH-juh
Valtelline- VAL-tel-een
von Stein- von shtIN (long i)
von Watt- von VAHT
Waldmann- VAHLT-mahn
Wallenstadt- VAHLN-shtaht
Wesen- VEEZ-ehn
Wildhaus- VILT-hoos (short i)
Winterthur- VINTHr-toor (short i; first R is more of a voiced H sound; second R is tapped)
Wolflin- VeuF-lin
Zug- TSOOK
Zurich- TSOO-rik (R is tapped; ch is "garbled" in back of throat sort of like Scottish "loch")
Zwingli- ZVING-lee

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