Bamboo flute and the Strike-Bow

Title:
Bamboo flute and the Strike-Bow
ID:
BR2_3
Level:
Bundle
Genre:
music
Description:
Bong Ranli plays the 'Rat Song' on his bamboo flute. It is a song that stops the rats from eating vegetables in the garden. He then talks about the traditions associated with the new yam ceremony before playing the song of the 'Vanuatu white-eye Bird' (Zosterops flavifrons) on the strike bow/mouth harp. File Description: This bundle contains audio, video and a PDF of the FLEX export. The PDF is glossed and translated into English and Bislama.ratZosterops flavifrons
Bong Ranli i blo bambu mo i singim song blong rat. Oli singim blong mekem se rat i no kakae long garen. Afta i tokbaot niu yam seremoni mo i plei long bo blong hem mo i singim song blong nalaklak
Date created:
2010-06-09
Location:
Oceania, Vanuatu, Northern Ambrym, Ranon village
Participants:
Bong Ranli (consultant), Michael Franjieh (researcher)
Languages:
North Ambrym (subject language), English (working language), Bislama (working language)
                                                     
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