- Frieda Babbley’s Greek Alphabet Guide
There is a Greek alphabet song that goes along with it. Actually it is more of a chant. At any rate, the translation is a bit astonishing. None the less, it is taught to this day. (Please note that I have dashed each syllable and have put an apostrophe at the end of each stressed syllable, so you sound more like you know what you’re doing.) So this is what you chant after you chant the Greek Alphabet. It’s loads of fun.
- Harry Foundalis’s Greek Alphabet Guide
Alpha: [a], as in “father”. Same as [a] in Spanish and Italian. Phonetically, this sound is: open, central, and unrounded.
- Greek Alphabet Entry on Greek Language Wikipedia