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Title:Jorong group – Shashi (tiger song)
The Traditional Songs And Poetry Of Upper Assam – A Multifaceted Linguistic and Ethnographic Documentation of the Tangsa, Tai and Singpho Communities in Margherita, Northeast India
Contributor:Jürgen Schöpf
Contributor (consultant):Rangpang Ronrang, GB
Coverage:India
Date:2010-01-19
Description:Three recordings in which Rangpang Ronrang sings and explains Sha Shi (Tiger song). These consist of the following sound files: SDM25-20100119-125220_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShi.wav SDM25-20100119-132955_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShiTranslation.wav SDM25-20100119-141308_JS_E_ShaShiTranslation.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM25-20100119-125220_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShi.wav; Duration 5’29”; Sha Shi (Tiger song), led by Rangpang GB. This is a war song . Song commences at 1’06” SDM25-20100119-132955_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShiTranslation.wav; Duration 36’59”; Translation of the Sha Shi, line by line explanation. SDM25-20100119-141308_JS_E_ShaShiTranslation.wav; Duration 25’13”; Translation of the Sha Shi, line by line explanation. Continued
This project contains linguistic, musicological, ethnographic and other cultural information about three communities in Upper Assam: Singpho, Tai and Tangsa. The recordings and analyses have been done by Stephen Morey, together with Palash Kumar Nath (Gauhati University), Juergen Schoepf (Phonogrammarchiv, Vienna), Meenaxi Barkataki Ruscheweyh (Goettingen Academy of Sciences), Chaichuen Khamdaengyodtai (Rajabhat University, Chiang Mai), Zeenat Tabassum (Gauhati University), Karabi Mazumder (Gauhati University), Krishna Boro (Gauhati University), Paul Hastie (LaTrobe University). The key aims of the project were • to provide a comprehensive documentation of the varieties of Tangsa language spoken in the Margherita Subdivision of Upper Assam, India, • to provide a comprehensive documentation of the traditional songs, and poetry of three endangered language communities in the Margherita Subdivision: the Tangsa and Singpho (both Tibeto-Burman) and the Tai (Tai-Kadai), including a study of Tai traditional manuscripts, which are highly relevant for language and culture maintenance among the Tai. Within each of these communities there is considerable linguistic and cultural diversity, so all the files have been divided up and named according to this system: Tai SDM01 Phake SDM02 Aiton SDM03 Khamyang SDM04 Ahom SDM05 Khamti Singpho SDM07 Turung SDM08 Numhpuk Hkawng SDM09 Diyun Hkawng SDM10 Tieng Hkawng Tangsa SDM11 Yongkuk SDM12 Cholim (Tonglum) SDM13 Chamchang (Kimsing) SDM14 Tikhak SDM15 Lochhang (Langching) SDM16 Ngaimong SDM17 Maitai SDM18 Shechhyoe SDM19 Mossang SDM20 Khalak SDM21 Lakkai SDM22 Longri SDM23 Hakhun SDM24 Lungkhe SDM25 Rera (Ronrang) SDM26 Sangte SDM27 Sangwal SDM28 Halang SDM29 Haseng SDM30 Mungray (Morang) SDM31 Moklum SDM32 Nokja SDM33 Hawoi (Havi) SDM34 Joglei (Jogly) SDM35 Namsang (Nocte) SDM36 Longchang Among the Tangsa, there is considerable diversity. Each group has its own name for itself and for each other group. In the list above, the name in parentheses is sometimes called the 'general name', whereas the first listed name is that used by the group for themselves. The naming of Tangsa groups needs considerable further research
Identifier:oai:www.mpi.nl:1839_00-0000-0000-0017-C464-4
Publisher:Stephen Morey
Research Centre for Linguistic Typology, La Trobe University
Subject:Singing
Unspecified
Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Rera variety (general name Ronrang)
English language
Subject (ISO639):nst
eng

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Citation: Rangpang Ronrang, GB (consultant); Jürgen Schöpf. 2010-01-19. Stephen Morey.
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