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[Songs Afognak]
Title:
[Songs Afognak]
Online:
No
Archive:
Contributor:
Bran, Alex (singer)
Meliveoff, Walter (singer)
Mrs. Sineoff (singer)
Bran, Alex (author)
Meliveoff, Walter (author)
Mrs. Sineoff (author)
Description:
Evas Meitan Ajan; Propheeta; Talk and song; Alex Bran; Mrs. Sineoff; Walter Meliveoff. Description courtesy of the Alutiiq Museum Elders Session 10272014 Reviewing recordings: Side A: -Could have been recorded in Kaguyak, Alaska; Afognak, Alaska; Akhiok, Alaska. (1950s) -(there was a radio transmitter in the background and this lead some to believe that this was recorded at that time). -Unidentified male voice: going to go to the store and buy some pop and candy, and he is going to return before it rains. He said the fishing season was very good, maybe next year it will be better, this year was a good year. Everybody was happy because it was a good fishing year. (Maybe Walter) - @ 1:30: Mary Simeonoff (Pederson)(Kasukuamiuq) Cama�i Yuliana � Walter�s girlfriend, (Dunya in Karluk) Lazy Bay, Moser Bay, Akhiok, Her husband had to pick the net, take the fish out of the net, Teacon and Aproseenia Pederson (is this related to Profeeta?) It may have been spelt Afroseenia. From Carmel (in between Akhiok and Karluk, used to be a cannery). - (4:31): Walter Melevidoff (singing, Phyllis Peterson�s father) Singing a Russian song, Kasukuarmiuq, Sun�amen. When I had 15 dollars. Singing Icon Church Song, Russian Song - Alec Brown � Karluk (his son was a store keeper) - Ralph Demeidof - Mrs. Simeonoff (Mary) Side B: - Singing Puqisqat � Birth of Christ (0:00 � 2:17) Masha Nickiferoff (Old Harbor). Persons in the recording: Nadia Mullan; Masha Nekeferoff; Matrona Gundersen; Nina Sergey Sheratine (Nadia�s dad); or Oscar Peterson - Jacob (Yaaku) Simeonoff (or Alpiak) (from Karluk). - (7:00) Polly Tunohun (laughing) - (7:00) Feodosia Inga counting, talking about gumboots and urchins, they only took the tongues. They would make these for breakfast. Comments: Alternate tape name ANLC6172. Possible spelling errors. Description details received from Michael Bach by email 114/03/2014. SB.
Subject language:
Pacific Gulf Yupik
Language family:
Yupik
Eskimo-Aleut
DCMI type:
Sound
Other coverage:
Afognak, Alaska
Other date:
//
Other format:
audio/x-wav
Other subject:
song
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Archive: Alaska Native Language Archive
Online: No
Subject language: Pacific Gulf Yupik
Language family: Eskimo-Aleut
Language family: Yupik
Geographic region: Americas
DCMI type: Sound
Contributor: Bran, Alex
Contributor: Meliveoff, Walter
Contributor: Mrs. Sineoff
Title: [Songs Afognak]
Other coverage: Afognak, Alaska
Other date: //
Other format: audio/x-wav
Other subject: song