Recordings of prayers in various languages




Audio recordings of common Catholic prayers in different (sometimes very exotic) languages that I have captured during my travels. All of them were recorded with native speakers; most are accompanied by a textual version.

Vigorous language (63) Endangered language (4) Moribund / extinct language (0)

Rosary prayers recorded in 67 languages and versions:

Africa (14)
Burkina Faso: Dagara | Jula (Dioula) | Lyélé | Mòoré (2) | Samo (southern)
Cameroon: Ewondo | Ngiemboon
Ethiopia: Amharic
Kenya: Swahili (Kiswahili)
Madagascar: Malagasy
Rwanda: Kinyarwanda
Senegal: Wolof
Uganda: Luganda

America (6)
Bolivia: Aymara | Quechua | Spanish
Brazil: Brazilian Portuguese
United States of America: English (2)

Asia (17)
Cambodia: Khmer
Indonesia: Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Japan: Japanese
Laos: Khmu (2) | Lao | Tai Daeng (Red Tai) (2)
Myanmar (Burma): Burmese
Philippines: Central Bikol | Cebuano (Bisaya) | Tagalog | Waray-Waray
Thailand: Thai
Viet Nam: Bahnar | Vietnamese (2)

Europe (9)
Czech republic: Czech
France: French
Italy: Italian
Malta: Maltese
Poland: Polish
Romania: Romanian
Slovakia: Slovak language
Spain: Catalan | Spanish

Oceania (21)
New Caledonia: Drehu (Lifu) | Iaai
Tonga: Tongan (lea fakatonga)
Vanuatu: Apma (2) | Aneityum | Bislama | Daakaka | Lonwolwol | Malmariv (Wusiroro) | Tanna, Southwest | Ambae East | Sakao | Tolomako | Kwamera | Lenakel (Netwar) (2) | Whitesands | Uripi (Male)
Wallis and Futuna: Futunan (Fakafutuna) | Wallisian (Faka'uvea)





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