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Metadata
Title:Bapeyadance7
Bapeya dance 7
Contributor:Christopher
Manel
Ivar
Jarmo
Linda
Contributor (consultant):Mama
Ngolo
Aminu
Nze
Mangome
Mimbe
Angéline
Ngyemba
Dyuka
Bepa
Nayimbo
Tsimbo
Pfuda
Ekwawe
Contributor (interviewer):Djiedjhie
Contributor (researcher):Nadine
Contributor (speaker):Bvuraga
Bernadette
Nabugone
Minse
Nabiwoulo
Ntemba Martin
Nkat
Clarisse
Mazidi
Coverage:Cameroon
South Province
Date Created:2012-07-28
Description:The villagers take a break from the "Bapeya" dance type with mask dancers and switch to the "Bala" dance, a dance that involved men and women standing in a circle while one of them dances in the middle showing off their skills. When they are done, they choose the next person to enter the circle by touching them on their hands, shoulders, arms, or hips. This change attracts villagers, including the children, and visitors who had been resting in the huts or cars. Mangome, as a woman, has taken over one of the big drums, which is usually an instrument by men. At this stage, most villagers are so drunk that nobody seems to care.
Format:video/mp4
video/mpeg
audio/x-wav
image/jpeg
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/0fcd3954-07a3-43f3-8d5d-3efc21873ff3
Language:Gyele
Language (ISO639):gyi
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Gyele language
Subject (ISO639):gyi
Type (DCMI):MovingImage
Sound
StillImage

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OaiIdentifier:  oai:www.mpi.nl:tla_1839_e1074d2e_c727_4e1b_9825_5072061aba0e
DateStamp:  2020-07-17
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Search Info

Citation: Nadine (researcher); Mama (consultant); Christopher; Djiedjhie (interviewer); Ngolo (consultant); Manel; Ivar; Jarmo; Aminu (consultant); Nze (consultant); Mangome (consultant); Mimbe (consultant); Angéline (consultant); Ngyemba (consultant); Dyuka (consultant); Bvuraga (speaker); Bernadette (speaker); Linda; Nabugone (speaker); Minse (speaker); Nabiwoulo (speaker); Bepa (consultant); Nayimbo (consultant); Tsimbo (consultant); Pfuda (consultant); Ekwawe (consultant); Ntemba Martin (speaker); Nkat (speaker); Clarisse (speaker); Mazidi (speaker). 2012-07-28. The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
Terms: area_Africa country_CM dcmi_MovingImage dcmi_Sound dcmi_StillImage iso639_gyi

Inferred Metadata

Country: Cameroon
Area: Africa


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