|Preparing for incense burning and conversation
|Documentation of Northern Prinmi oral art, with a special focus on ritual speech
|Various things needed for the Cleansing ritual and Incense burning ritual are prepared (meat, apples, bowl of ale, resinous wood, incense, pine branches, rhododendron leaves).
|This man had learned all the rituals as the assistant of a priest@ who since passed away. While priests rely on the scriptures which they read during rituals@ helpers should know the rituals by heart and rely on their memory@ since they are expected to hand the priest the correct paraphernalia at the correct times and conduct appropriate movements accompanying the rituals. Thus@ this helper could recite rituals from memory.
|Henriette is the primary researcher of this language documentation project. She filmed this session and took some of the photographs.
|Pincuo is documenting his own language in this language documentation project. He audio recorded this session.
|This speaker went along as part of the research team. He helped us connect to contacts he knew in various places and appears in several recordings. He also helped us record and took photos during various sessions.
|This man (son of jz17) helped prepare various rituals and helped jz18 with the offering to the water spirits. He did not perform any rituals himself.
|This speaker took part in various conversations in other recordings. Her father was a priest.
|This girl (granddaughter of jz17) helped with the calling back of a soul ritual. She did not perform any rituals herself@ but she appeared in some recordings.
|Northern Pumi language
|Endangered Languages Archive
|OAI-PMH request for OLAC format
|Pre-generated XML file
|OAI-PMH request for simple DC format
|Ku Rgyamtsho; Henriette Daudey; Gerong Pincuo; Padma Rgyalmtshan; Dgralha Tshering; Tshering Puthre; Tshering Dbyangsbzang. 2017-10-21. Endangered Languages Archive.
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