Deutsche Dialekte - Linkverzeichnis
(German Dialects Link Catalogue - Paul Joyce)
Fülle der Wohllaute - der Bayerische Wald
As part of their series on the dialects spoken in Bavaria, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reports on the many varieties of Nordbairisch and Mittelbairisch dialects that are spoken in the Bayerischer Wald. The report contains audio files of the local "Waidlersprache".
Nürnberger Maadla, Fürther Maadli
As part of their series on the dialects spoken in Bavaria, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reports on the dialect spoken in the neighbouring towns of Nuremberg and Fürth, which betray both Ostfränkisch and Nordbairisch influences. The report contains audio files of the local dialects.
Dialekte in Bayern - Oberpfalz
The educational broadcaster BR-Alpha introduces the dialects spoken in the Oberpfalz region of Bavaria. Contains sound files.
Kostproben aus der Oberpfalz - BR-Alpha
A selection of vocabulary from the Oberpfalz from the educational broadcaster BR-Alpha.
This collection of poems and sayings from the Oberpfalz was collated by Karin Schwab.
Ein Laut wie bei Shakespeare - Oberpfalz
This introduction to the dialects spoken in the Oberpfalz explains the "ou" sound which can be heard the region. The report from the Süddeutsche Zeitung contains audio files.
Listen to a phrase spoken in Oberpfälzisch.
Oberpfalz - Lexikon
A dictionary of the words and phrases used in and around Amberg (Oberpfalz).
Herbert Kastner provides a humorous explanation of computer terminology for Amberg's dialect speakers.
Da Marktleuthner Leichwogn
The words and music of a song written in the dialect of Marktleuthen in the Wunsiedel region in north-east Bavaria. The song can also be heard as a MIDI file.
Da Brand vo Kamasöln
This poem about a fire was written in 1958 by Hans Binder in the dialect of Poppenricht, 30 km to the east of Nuremberg in the Oberpfalz region of Amberg-Sulzbach.
See also: Bairisch
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