This Occitanian Phonetics was issued in the Revue de la Haute Auvergne, in 1904. It is one of the most interesting linguistical works of abbot Four, who died young during the World War I. Raymond Four had a clear view of the position of the Aurillac dialect in the West Central Occitan (generally called Languedocian). At the end of the text there is even a poem by Four about the great occitan poet from that particular area, Arsèni Vermenosa.
This volume also includes a necrology of abbot Four published in the 1918 issue of the Revue de la Haute Auvergne.
Source PDF pages were extracted from the Gallica (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) web site.