Item details
Item ID
LSR2-2002Skotiau5A
Title Recording made in Skotiau village, New Year celebrations
Description New Year celebrations. Singing and conversations (mainly women).
Origination date 2003-01-01
Origination date free form December 2002-January 2003
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSR2/2002Skotiau5A
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Collector
Lila San Roque
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Language as given Mnanki (likely a variety of Manem [jet])
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Dialect Mnanki
Region / village Skotchiau village, Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea
Originating university University of Sydney
Operator Lila San Roque
Data Categories
Data Types Sound
Discourse type singing
Roles
DOI 10.4225/72/570BCC8E34689
Cite as Lila San Roque (collector), 2003. Recording made in Skotiau village, New Year celebrations. MPEG/X-WAV. LSR2-2002Skotiau5A at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.4225/72/570BCC8E34689
Content Files (2)
Filename Type File size Duration File access
LSR2-2002Skotiau5A-A.mp3 audio/mpeg 28.9 MB 00:31:33.339
LSR2-2002Skotiau5A-A.wav audio/x-wav 1.02 GB 00:31:33.319
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Collection Information
Collection ID LSR2
Collection title Skotchiau village recordings
Description Five cassette tapes recorded in Skotchiau (Skotiau) village, Sandaun Province at the end of 2002/beginning of 2003. Languages include:
Mnanki: In 2002 noted to be quite strong, kids learning, probably about 100 speakers in Skotiau village, and apparently also spoken in other villages. Probably classified as a variety of Manem.
Manem: In 2002 noted to be in a similar situation to Mnanki (not as strong as Mnanki in Skotiau village but is apparently spoken in 5 other villages).
Arso: Small amount recorded with a single female speaker, living in Skotchiau village, no other details known.
Other languages spoken in the village in 2002 included Tok Pisin and Papuan Malay/Bahasa.

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