Saturday, February 04, 2006

Greek NT audios

The entire Greek NT in audio file is to be found here: female voice, modern scholarly pronunciation, slow, not stumbling, but not sounding 'native'.

Most of the Greek NT is available here in a fluent male voice, using Modern Greek pronunciation, sounding native (to my ears).

Are there other Greek NT audios available?


C. Stirling Bartholomew said...

For those who read Homer here the Iliad book 1:

Stanley Lombardo reads Homer's The Iliad, Book I

C. Stirling Bartholomew said...

A number of years ago Randall Buth mailed me a CD sample of his reading the GNT using his own restored authentic first century Koine pronunciation along with a brief explanation of his reasoning behind the phonetic rendering. I don't know the current status of the project but he would certainly be willing to talk about it and the b-greek archives would contain numerous discussions about it.

Peter M. Head said...

Thanks, these are both helpful. Interesting that both are reading the W&H text.