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Here is what [one Pali expert] would consider a very good pronunciation of the Karaniya Sutta. It is not exactly read, but comes very close to someone reading the text. The sounds are clearly pronounced and in a typical Indian/Sri Lankan fashion:
http://www.nissarana.org/index.php?option=com_rubberdoc&view=category&id=14%3Apali-pirith-chanting&Itemid=57


In the following sites you can listen to Paritta chantings and Dhamma pada chantings by Most Venerable Nauyane Ariyadhamma Thero  from Sri Lanka. (They have the Sri Lankan pronounciation)
 
http://pirithdesana.wordpress.com/
 


Dhamma talks in Mandarin
Anapanasati http://www.archive.org/details/DhammaTalksInMandarinOnAnapanasati-MindfulnessOfInAndOutBreathing


have not yet looked at what's in   freebuddhistaudio.com
http://sobhana.net/audio/index.htm

Pāḷi chanting

Ven. U. Silananda (Burmese style Pali chant)
http://www.buddhanet.net/audio-chant.htm
chants include english translation between every few lines

2 year old boy spontaneously chanting Pali in the style of 6th century monk

A very interesting alternative is Dhammaruwan's style of chanting.
http://theravadin.wordpress.com/2008/08/09/chanting-in-the-6th-century/
(inside that page there is a link to mp3 audio of the boy chanting)

http://www.dharmaseed.org/teacher/52/
Dhammaruwan chanting Metta as an adult, while at IMS


Bhante Silagavesi

Also forest monks tend to avoid any singing style, an example for which would be Bhante Silagavesi's chanting
http://nissarana.org/index.php?option=com_rubberdoc&view=category&id=14:pali-pirith-chanting&Itemid=57


Tipitaka text

http://tipitaka.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page
they have complete Digha and Majjhima Nikaya English translations, wiki-sourced. Authors unknown.


 

 
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