8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

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8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

Postby proto » Fri Jan 29, 2010 12:40 am

Sawatdee,

Does anyone know a site where one can download an audio file with the 8 and/or the 10 novice precepts chanted in Pali?. Preferably of the kind where a leader chants one followed by an audience repeating it, where-after the leader chants the next one, etc --- perfect for learning. I've got the words in writing and the 5 precepts in chanting already. (These later can be downloaded from http://www.buddhanet.net/audio-chant.htm if interested).

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Re: 8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

Postby Cittasanto » Fri Jan 29, 2010 12:50 am

Hi Joe,
welcome to dhamma wheel! you may want to post an introduction in the introductions thread?

This site may help
http://www.chantpali.org/refuges_precep ... amaka_sila

and this thread may be useful for you
viewtopic.php?f=13&t=3012&start=0
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Re: 8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

Postby cooran » Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:15 pm

Good site Manapa!

and another one:

Scroll down to the second chant from the foot of the page:
Description:
This is the chant for taking the Three Refuges and Five Precepts
http://www.bswa.org/modules/mydownloads ... php?cid=17

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Re: 8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

Postby Cittasanto » Fri Jan 29, 2010 11:21 pm

Hi Chris
I have a feeling the OP link is the BSWA track?
I am sure that is where I downloaded it ages ago?
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Re: 8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

Postby proto » Sat Jan 30, 2010 1:17 am

Manapa wrote:...
This site may help
http://www.chantpali.org/refuges_precep ... amaka_sila
...

Thanks for the link - even better than what I were looking for.

There seems to be some "glitches" in the chants in the soundtracks on both the bswa-version and the version on chantpali.org. On the buddhanet.net page there is a technically perfect version of the 5 precepts (nbr 4 from the top) which also illustrates that there are several different styles of Pali chanting.
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Re: 8 and 10 precepts - Pali mp3?

Postby Cittasanto » Sat Jan 30, 2010 1:50 am

proto wrote:
Manapa wrote:...
This site may help
http://www.chantpali.org/refuges_precep ... amaka_sila
...

Thanks for the link - even better than what I were looking for.

There seems to be some "glitches" in the chants in the soundtracks on both the bswa-version and the version on chantpali.org. On the buddhanet.net page there is a technically perfect version of the 5 precepts (nbr 4 from the top) which also illustrates that there are several different styles of Pali chanting.


I know of three different styles, sri lankan, thai, and burmese but think there may be one style in every country Theravada has developed through history that has or had its own independant language? maybe a more knowledgable friend may be able to clarify better, but the three mentioned are the main ones people talk about at least.
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