Deutsche Dialekte - Linkverzeichnis
(German Dialects Link Catalogue - Paul Joyce)
Emanuel Lampert's site provides an extensive introduction to the language spoken in the Austrian province of Vorarlberg, including a guide to Vorarlbergerisch phonology, morphology and lexis.
Vorarlbergerisch - Wikipedia
An introduction to the Alemannic dialects spoken in the Austrian province of Vorarlberg from the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia.
Vorarlberger Identität - Vorarlberger Sprache
Dave Nutting explains how the identity of Vorarlberg is closely associated with the language that is spoken there.
Vorarlberger Sprachatlas mit Einschluss des Fürstentum Liechtenstein
Under the leadership of Eugen Gabriel, this state-sponsored project aims to create a language atlas of Vorarlberg that includes the principality of Liechtenstein.
An online German-Vorarlbergisch dictionary provided by the website pauker.at.
Unsere Sprache - unser Dialekt
The language spoken in Hard in Austria. Contains a number of sound files.
The homepage of a group who have been performing dialect music since 1995.
The duo Federleicht combine voice and zither with dialect texts.
Fleisch und Fleisch
Gerald Fleisch and Elgar Fleisch have recorded a number of dialect CDs and tour regularly throughout Vorarlberg.
The homepage of a young dialect band from Vorarlberg.
A band who record and perform in the Montafon dialect of Vorarlberg.
The trio Lilly&Fränz have been in existence since April 2004. Their website contains the texts and audio samples of their dialect CD A kle freach.
The homepage of the dialect rock band Rumborak from the Vorarlberger Oberland.
"Stubborn music for pig-headed people" is the recipe provided by the trio Schaffa whose influences include Ernst Jandl, Fun Loving Criminals, Stiller Has and Attwenger.
Stemmeisen und Zündschnur
Formed in 1976, the duo Ulli Troy and Hermann Stadelmann belong to the founding fathers of the revival in dialect music in Vorarlberg.
This dialect trio from Mäder specialise in three-part harmonies and natural instruments such as guitar, mandoline and flute.
The dialect band Wildwäxl recorded three CDs before splitting up in 2005.
See also: Alemannisch
See also: Österreich
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