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Potkoté I
Title:
Potkoté I
ID:
VKS2-6419
Link to the object:
Online:
Yes
Archive:
Contributor:
VKS (compiler)
Limas (speaker)
Jean Michel Charpentier (recorder)
Leyap (speaker)
Akamansup (speaker)
Likembuk (speaker)
Aserie Joel (speaker)
Asar (speaker)
Lirupatoan (speaker)
Date:
1975-01-01
Description:
J.M. Charpentier Kastom Stori mo singsing long lanaris potkote Central Malakula, 1975-1976-1977. Metadata from recording: Side A: All the stories on this tape were recorded by Charpentier Jean-Michel in 1975, 76, 77. All the myths and legends are in Potkoté language which is the language spoken in Central Malekula in the Highlands. Now we are going to hear Likembuk First story is by female speaker Likembuk. Second story unnamed - contains song (female speaker). Third story by female speaker Leyap. Fourth story by male speaker Akamansup. The title of the story is 'Namanggi' -contains song. Fifth story also by Akamansup. The title of the story is 'Nangalbulbang' - contains song. Sixth story by speaker Likembuk (continued on side B) Side B: Seventh story by male speaker chief Aserie Joel from Borombor. The title of the story is 'Livimbombrau (?)' Eighth story by speaker Aserie Joel. The title of the story is 'Nani'. Nineth story is about a fight and narrated by speaker Asar. Asar is speaking Potkoté but his language is very influenced by Tangan. Tenth story also about a fight, told by female speaker Lirupatoan (?). Eleventh story by Limas. The title of the story is 'Namanggitengges' - 'The namanggi of the women'. Twelfth story by Lirupatoan about what happens to the spirit of women after they die. These spirits go to the world of the ancestors. Thirteenth story by Limas and another speaker. They are singing a song about 'Namanggitengges'. Fourteenth story by Asar. The story is about the devil. Fifteenth story also by Asar and also about the devil.. Language as given: Potkoté
Content language:
Bislama
English
French
Country:
Vanuatu
Linguistic type:
Primary text
Linguistic field:
Language documentation
Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type:
Sound
Other format:
Digitised: yes Audio Notes: 96kHz 24bit Reel to reel, recorded in mono. Side A: recordings of stories contain an echo and are muffled. 21:13-21:34 significant decrease in volume (speech almost unintelligible). 40:02-40:27 again significant decrease in volume. Overall duration of recording 48:38. Side B: beginning of recording almost unintelligible due to low volume. Recordings muffled and with echo. Overall duration of recording 48:38.
Other rights:
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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Archive: Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)
Online: Yes
Country: Vanuatu
Linguistic type: Primary text
Linguistic field: Language documentation
Linguistic field: Text and corpus linguistics
DCMI type: Sound
Content language: Bislama
Content language: English
Content language: French
Date: 1950 - 1999
Date: 1970 - 1979
Contributor: Akamansup
Contributor: Asar
Contributor: Aserie Joel
Contributor: Jean Michel Charpentier
Contributor: Leyap
Title: Potkoté I
Other format: Digitised: yes Audio Notes: 96kHz 24bit Reel to reel, recorded in mono. Side A: recordings of stories contain an echo and are muffled. 21:13-21:34 significant decrease in volume (speech almost unintelligible). 40:02-40:27 again significant decrease in
Other format: volume. Overall duration of recording 48:38. Side B: beginning of recording almost unintelligible due to low volume. Recordings muffled and with echo. Overall duration of recording 48:38.
Other rights: Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)