chanted audio of sanskrit declensions and conjugations?

Herman Tull hwtull at MSN.COM
Thu Jan 29 20:51:47 UTC 2009

I don't know if they are still available, but the Goldman and Goldman 
Sanskrit primer (Devavanipraveshika) had a set of tapes on which a pandit 
was recorded pronouncing all or most of the lessons.

Herman Tull
Princeton, NJ

From: "tccahill" <tccahill at LOYNO.EDU>
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2009 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: chanted audio of sanskrit declensions and conjugations?

>> I was thinking of working with a pandit to create some mo3
>> files with chanted audio of Sanskrit declensions and
>> conjugations for teaching purposes. They would be made
>> freely available on the internet. I haven't yet found
>> anything quite right for that purpose.Has this already
>> been done somewhere?Best,DeanDean Michael AndersonEast
>> West Cultural Institute
> Contains about 50 nouns and 20 verbs in mp3 format. The
> quality isn't great since most of the recordings were made
> in 1981-82. Some students have found them useful, but making
> one's own is always best!
> best,
> Tim Cahill

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