Item details
Item ID
NM1-1991_11
Title Clement --- (sp?) speech
Description Side A: Clement --- (sp?) speech
R'pape Bomagai origin story! Given by Komp'la Rudd's wambe
Side B: cont about Tck (sp?)
Bilesbery
yaregan Magu 16/11
R'pape incest court (sp?)
Origination date 1991-11-12
Origination date free form
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NM1/1991_11
URL
Collector
Neil Maclean
Countries To view related information on a country, click its name
Language as given Maring (mbw)
Subject language(s) To view related information on a language, click its name
Content language(s) To view related information on a language, click its name
Dialect
Region / village Tabibuga, Jimi District, Western Highlands Province
Originating university University of Sydney
Operator Nick Fowler-Gilmore
Data Categories
Data Types Sound
Discourse type
Roles
DOI 10.4225/72/5b2d1d7666044
Cite as Neil Maclean (collector), 1991. Clement --- (sp?) speech . MPEG/X-WAV. NM1-1991_11 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.4225/72/5b2d1d7666044
Content Files (4)
Filename Type File size Duration File access
NM1-1991_11-A.mp3 audio/mpeg 43.2 MB 00:47:20.59
NM1-1991_11-A.wav audio/x-wav 1.52 GB 00:47:20.39
NM1-1991_11-B.mp3 audio/mpeg 43.4 MB 00:47:30.789
NM1-1991_11-B.wav audio/x-wav 1.53 GB 00:47:30.760
4 files -- 3.14 GB -- --

Show 10 Show 50 Show all 4

Collection Information
Collection ID NM1
Collection title Maring language (PNG)
Description "tapes of Maring language speakers (fringe Western Highlands and Madang Provinces PNG)- These are a mix or recordings of meetings, dispujtes, interviews and singing. The tapes date back to 1979, 1987 and 1991. I cannot pretend that Maring is an endangered language. Certainly in my experience it is in rude good health although it may well be changing under the impact of highlands Tok Pisin. On the other hand I think the tapes reflect what is now an historical record of the language from a very considerable variety of speakers and it is one that in the long run I woujld like to return to the Kwima community themselves. In this regard it may well be that the tapes would provide something of a record of certain rhetorical styles of speech making (see Merlan and Rumsey 1991) that may well be undergoing radical transformation or in decline." Neil MacLean
Countries To view related information on a country, click its name
Languages To view related information on a language, click its name
Access Information
Edit access Neil Maclean
View/Download access Neil Maclean
Data access conditions Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Data access narrative Contact depositor for access
Comments

Must be logged in to comment


No comments found