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.: Egy századeleji ojrát népdalgyűjtemény műfajai és nyelve. Kandidátusi értekezés [Literary Genres and the Language of an Oirat Folksong Collection from the Beginning of the 20th Century. Candidate Dissertation] In print

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Turk 2 Azeri (~Caucasus) Turkmen (~Iranian) 3 Uzbek (~Tadjik) 4 Karachay Nogay Kumuk 5 Chuvash Tatar Bashkir some Altay Turkic Oirat Tuvan (~Mongol, Buryat) 6 Kazakh 7 Kyrgyz Khakas several Altay tribes with dominantly pentatonic music: Chuvash, Tatar

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History of the Eastern Mongols to 1662, the Erdeni-yin tobči of Saγang Sečen, Newly Translated . Part 1 . The Mongolia Society Occasional Papers, no. 2 . Bloomington, IN : The Mongolia Society . Krueger , John R . 1978–1984 . Materials for an Oirat

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Oirat dialect of Mongolian]. Ulaanbaatar. Sambuudorǰ O. Mongol xėlnij ojrd ajalguuny fonemijn togtolcoo 2002

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