Berliner Lautarchiv British & Commonwealth recordings

Huddersfield, Yorkshire

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  • Is part of (Collection)

    Berliner Lautarchiv British & Commonwealth Recordings

  • Recording locations

    Berlin, Germany

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    Berliner Phonographische Kommission

  • Recordist

    Doegen, Wilhelm (male, recordist)

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    Dyson, Frederick Philipp, b.1873 (male, accountant)

  • Description

    Speaker's note: Aged 49 from Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England. Member of the Yorkshire Dialect Society. Born in 1873 in Huddersfield where he lived until the war. Educated at an elementary school at Crosland Moor. Both parents from Huddersfield. Can speak a little German and can read and write in English. Answers yes to the question 'Can you sing/play music?' Instrument: Violen. Religion: Quaker. Occupation: accountant. Item note: Frederick reads the Parable of the Prodigal Son (taken from Luke chapter XV, verse 11-32).

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