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oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI666417

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Title:Audio cassette 4 2002
CH1-200204
Documentation of Vurës
Contributor:Catriona Malau
Contributor (recorder):Catriona Malau
Contributor (speaker):Noris Meneg Qiat
Doran Rörösōq
Kathy Doris
Eli Field Malau Vutvut
Kali Regorle Malau
Joana Rōsōrōr Söm Malau
Coverage:Vanuatu
Date:2002-07-13
Description:4A DHN 05:35 10.07.02 Kathy Doris Vētuboso Traditional story about a pigeon and a hawk. The two decide to race from Gaua, a neighbouring island, to a hill on Vanua Lava. Whoever wins will have the hill named after them. The hawk flies up high and has to battle against strong winds. The pigeon flies near the surface of the sea where there is no wind, and so wins the race. The hill is now called Tōw gere qon (qon 'pigeon'). -- 4A ESP 14:21 08.07.02 Eli Field Malau Vutvut Vētuboso Traditional history explaining where pigs on Vanua Lava came from. They were originally rats, but a poor orphan was shown by a spirit how he could feed them, so that they would grow and he could then gain status. -- 4A JWM 02:09 08.07.02 Joana Rōsōrōr Söm Malau Vētuboso Procedural text describing how to weave a pandanas mat. -- 4A KBN 03:51 10.07.02 Kali Rēgōrlē Malau Vētuboso (Laln̄evut) Procedural text describing how to weave a basket used as a trap for catching freshwater prawns. -- 4B CAA 15:16 13.07.02 Doran Rörösōq, Joana Rōsōrōr Söm Malau, Noris Meneg Qiat, Emely Rēlin̄veg Qiat Vētuboso Conversation about Angelina who goes to Mota. -- 4B DDP 07:45 11.07.02 Doran Rörösōq Vētuboso Narrative about using dogs for hunting. Describes the procedure for training dogs. -- All transcribed, time-aligned, translated and glossed. (Except CAA not glossed.)
Catriona Malau (collector), Catriona Hyslop (recorder), Noris Meneg Qiat (speaker), Doran Rörösōq (speaker), Kathy Doris (speaker), Eli Field Malau Vutvut (speaker), Kali Regorle Malau (speaker), Joana Rōsōrōr Söm Malau (speaker), 2002; Vurës, MPEG/XML/X-WAV/PLAIN, 2015-11-24.
Collection of 11 audio tapes and 4 MDs containing recordings of various Vurës speakers. Most of these recordings have a transcript, and many are also time-aligned in Transcriber and glossed in Toolbox with English and Bislama translations.
primary text
sound
Also known as Catriona Hyslop
Format:audio/x-wav
text/x-eaf+xml
text/x-trs
text/plain
Identifier:oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI666417
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI666417%23
Subject:Vurës language
Subject (ISO639):msn
Type:Audio

OLAC Info

Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI666417
DateStamp:  2018-12-12
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Citation: Catriona Malau; Catriona Malau (recorder); Noris Meneg Qiat (speaker); Doran Rörösōq (speaker); Kathy Doris (speaker); Eli Field Malau Vutvut (speaker); Kali Regorle Malau (speaker); Joana Rōsōrōr Söm Malau (speaker). 2002-07-13. Endangered Languages Archive.
Terms: area_Pacific country_VU iso639_msn

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Country: Vanuatu
Area: Pacific


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