Phonetically Transcribed Italian Corpus
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Regarding query http://www.linguistlist.org/issues/15/15-3137.html
Thanks to the following people who responded to my recent query:
Caren Brinckmann, Saarland University
Federico Albano Leoni, Universita' di Napoli
Giuliana Fiorentino, Universita' Roma Tre
The AVIP (Archivio delle Variet? di Italiano Parlato) corpus, a joint project with the Laboratorio Linguistica of the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa and the Linguistics Department of the Universita' di Napoli Federico II has a collection of Italian map-task dialogues. 75 minutes of spontaneous speech are phonetically segmented and labelled.
There is a short description on LINGUIST List:
And a description of the project is available at:
This corpus is freely available via ftp: http://ftp.cirass.unina.it/avip/ with
documentation under http://ftp.cirass.unina.it/avip/doc_app/ (mostly in
Another corpus, API (Archivio di Parlato Italiano), is available freely on DVD by contacting Paola Petrone, CIRASS, Universit? di Napoli, firstname.lastname@example.org via email. There is a query generator included on the DVD.
From what I have understood, most of the phonetic transcriptions are done in SAMPA or X-SAMPA, and those files with transcriptions are chopped into speaker turns and so therefore need to be concatenated.
This information has been extremely helpful, but I am still looking for an easy way to get phoneme frequencies for Standard Italian, so if anyone has further information, please let me know!
Department of Linguistics
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