Balinese is an Austronesian language spoken on the Island of Bali, Indonesia. This corpus consists of a selection of recordings gathered in context of the field-methods course on Balinese, winter term 2012/2013, at the University of Cologne. These selected recordings serve as empirical data for the MA thesis “The suffix -ne in Balinese”, by Lucas Haiduck.
The selection contains audio and video material, recorded on the 3rd of December 2012, with the language consultants Luh Anik Mayani and Nyoman Suyadni. Recordings include a folk story (“Bawang Kesuna”) and various stimuli elicited materials, i.e. a Map Task, and four Space Games.
Parts of the transcription were produced by the students, in context of the class (the first two minutes of most recordings). For usage in this thesis however, these transcriptions were modified to a great extend, and finished for all of the recordings. Transcriptions and translations were made by Lucas Haiduck in collaboration with the language consultants Luh Anik Mayani and Nyoman Suyadni.