Septuagint Audio

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Benjamin Chandler
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Septuagint Audio

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Does anyone know of any audio for the entire LXX using modern pronunciation?
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Benjamin Chandler wrote: May 29th, 2017, 10:42 am Does anyone know of any audio for the entire LXX using modern pronunciation?
Not LXX, but close: the Vamvas "translation" audio is at http://www.sermon-online.de/search.pl?lang=en&id=21999
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Ken M. Penner wrote: May 29th, 2017, 12:51 pm
Benjamin Chandler wrote: May 29th, 2017, 10:42 am Does anyone know of any audio for the entire LXX using modern pronunciation?
Not LXX, but close: the Vamvas "translation" audio is at http://www.sermon-online.de/search.pl?lang=en&id=21999
Seems strange that no one has recorded it in Koine. Thanks for the info.
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Benjamin Chandler wrote: May 29th, 2017, 11:20 pm Seems strange that no one has recorded it in Koine.
There is also a notice at http://audiohebrewgreekbible.com/english that "Dr. Tyler has recorded the books of Esther through Isaiah in the Bagster text." It costs.
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Isn't the Bagster text a 19th century Greek translation of Koine?
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Benjamin Chandler wrote: June 21st, 2017, 12:45 pm Isn't the Bagster text a 19th century Greek translation of Koine?
In 1851 Bagster published a Greek text, then later a diglot. See
http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/ioscs/brenton/brenton1851.pdf
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Re: Septuagint Audio

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Mindy wrote: June 25th, 2018, 8:26 am Here is OT Greek reading: http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... 23&t=67619
I can't access the site.

But here was the comment received:

"Ok, I listened to several of them. He sounds like a chain-smoker with a hangover. Drops his voice at the end of every sentence so you can't hear him. His pronunciation is some approximation of Restored or Erasmus. Nothing like Maryln, the woman who recorded The New Testament. One in three words is completely unintelligible"

But it is a bit puzzling?!
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I accessed the textkit site and listened to Genesis 1. I had no trouble understanding the reader.
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