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Title:Vanruk Dance
Contributor (consultant):Khomlo Hakhun
Ngupong
Mihang
Wangchha
Matka
Moedoe
Jwamwang
Seno
Chhungchim
Lewa
Toesi
Thewang
Sejo
Kamti
Tikam
Soema
Khithung Hakhun
Coverage:India
Vanruk, Burma
Description:Five recordings consisting of different Vanruk dance forms. These consist of the following four video files: SDM23-20100101-01_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance1.mp4 SDM23-20100101-02_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance2.mp4 SDM23-20100101-03_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance3.mp4 SDM23-20100103-02_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance4.mp4 (These recordings run on Nokia N91) And one sound file: SDM23-20100101-01_KH_M_Vanruk_Dance1.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM23-20100101-01_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance1.mp4; Duration 5’40”; relates to SDM23-20100101-01_KH_M_Vanruk_Dance1; consists of the Kamlohe dance and the Khunyan Pungsa dance SDM23-20100101-02_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance2.mp4; Duration 11’23”; relates to SDM23-20100101-01_KH_M_Vanruk_Dance1; consists of the Kamlohe dance (finishes at 2’15”) this is followed by the Laho Longnyu song (long nyu ‘big stone’. The meaning of this song relates to the Hakhun’s village. The Hakhun are permanently there, like a stone SDM23-20100101-03_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance3.mp4; Duration 18’46”; 0’00” The dance Pudikma Ladesa. a fight between the eagle and the snake; 8’30” Saho lambanla e (walking like a tiger); 16’00” Voe¹sa³ a dance relating to fights between birds. SDM23-20100103-02_KH_N_Vanruk_Dance4.mp4; Duration 40’08”; This file was first named ChopungChomo by Khithung. 0’00” Chim²chim² so¹ dance. Khithung mentioned thatthe meaning will be known by Phulim Hakhun. 11’12” Pudikma Ladesa. a fight between the eagle and the snake; overlaps partly with ...dance3; 34’09” A Voesa dance, containing the words Chhopan le Chhomo – the word of the bird saying to the snake, “I will cut you.” SDM23-20100101-01_KH_M_Vanruk_Dance1.wav; Duration 9’32”; 0’00” Kamlohe dance; 4’34” Khunyang Pungsa dance. This overlaps with the video file named ... dance2. The participants are identified at 0’27” of the video. Seno is Khithung’s father and Soema is his father’s brother
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-001A-0268-9
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Hakhun variety
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Hakhun variety
Subject (ISO639):nst

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OaiIdentifier:  oai:www.mpi.nl:lat_1839_00_0000_0000_001A_0268_9
DateStamp:  2018-04-05
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Search Info

Citation: Khomlo Hakhun (consultant); Ngupong (consultant); Mihang (consultant); Wangchha (consultant); Matka (consultant); Moedoe (consultant); Jwamwang (consultant); Seno (consultant); Chhungchim (consultant); Lewa (consultant); Toesi (consultant); Thewang (consultant); Sejo (consultant); Kamti (consultant); Tikam (consultant); Soema (consultant); Khithung Hakhun (consultant). n.d. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
Terms: area_Asia country_MM iso639_nst

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Country: Myanmar
Area: Asia


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