The LeaP corpus is annotated for intonation and (I think) also includes a level where stressed syllables are marked. However, it's mainly a learner corpus (target languages English and German), with a few native speakers for comparison: https://sourceforge.net/projects/leapcorpus/ Not sure if that's what you're looking for.
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On 19.04.2016 15:20, Eitan Grossman wrote:
> Dear all,
> Does anyone know of any spoken corpus in any language whatsoever that
> is tagged for prosody?
> Specifically, I'm interested in corpora in which nuclear stress is
> marked on each intonation unit, even if in a simple way, like 'He ate
> the BREAD".
> Thanks in advance,
> Eitan Grossman
> Lecturer, Department of Linguistics/School of Language Sciences
> Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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