Which Scandinavian language is this?

Which   Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:05 am GMT
Which Scandinavian language is this?:

(Pater Noster)
Favir vår, du såm er i himmeln! - Father our, you which is in the heaven!
lat ditt naun holdes häjlej; - let your name be held holy;
lat ditt rike kåmma; - let your kingdom come;
ditt vilja vill verda - your will will become
vi vill gera ditt vilja på jar såm i himmeln; - we will make your will on earth as in heaven;
geu åss i däj vårt däjlej bröud; - give us today our daily bread;
firgäv åss vår sjå, - forgive us our guilt,
å vi firgäv vår sjåmän; - and we forgive our guilt-men
Which   Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:06 am GMT
Travis   Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:53 am GMT
I'm not sure. While the orthography is clearly influenced by Swedish orthography, this is definitely not Standard Swedish, which lacks the sorts of diphthongs indicated in this, and has many other noticable differences (for example "för" for the prefix "fir" here, "är" rather than "er", "oss" rather than "åss", "och" rather than "å", "dag" rather than "däj", "namn" rather than "naun", "fader" or "far" rather than "favir", "bröd" rather than "bröud", and so on. My guess is that this is some North Germanic dialect spoken in Sweden, but I really cannot say more beyond such.
Parisien   Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:50 am GMT
That sounds like a Swedish dialect. The slightly 'Danish' intonation and somme diphtongs are similar to Scanian, but other features are not...

A local dialekt from some other Southern province, Halland or Blekinge perhaps?
Which   Fri Jul 13, 2007 5:36 pm GMT
Here's a conversation in the same set: http://www.ax6.org/freeupload/6a3ffb8.wav

I could only understand:
Conversation 5
Good evening and welcome.
Parisien   Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:26 pm GMT
texten är:

"Samtale fem:

- Hej påg, vad hetter du?
- (J)eg hetter Hans. Vad hetter du?
- (J)eg hetter Kerstin. (J)eg kommer från Venezia.
- Taler du italiensk?
- Nej
- Har du mät Petter, en vän av mej?
- Nej
- ...
- ;;; ???

Conversation #5:
- ...
- Hi boy, what's your name?
- My name is Hans. what's your name?
- My name is Kerstin. I'm coming from Venice.
- Do you speak Italian?
- No
- Did you meet Peter, a friend of mine?
- No
- ...

Strange Swedish dialekt. Could be from the South, but also from Härjedalen, or Gotland (some words, like verb 'verda', 'to become', are related to Niederdeutsch. Hansa-språk alltså. Gotlandska???
Parisien   Sat Jul 14, 2007 10:18 am GMT
Hey, maybe is it the kind of dialect spoken by the tiny Swedish minorities that still existed in Baltic states a few decades back.

The sizeable traces of Danish prosody and German influences are consistent with that theory...

Hey Which, tell us, I'm sure you know, I can't wait!