Christmas Gospel text-to-speech in four Uralic languages

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This resource contains text and text-to-speech in four languages pertaining to the Finnish Christmas Gospel verses Luke 2. 1–20. The four languages include Komi-Zyrian (kpv), Erzya (myv), Karelian (krl) and Olonets-Karelian (olo, aka Livvi), whose texts are all included in the PaBiVUS corpus (LUK.2.1–20).

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Last updated: 22.11.2023

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