|Collection Descriptive Notes||
In December 1965, Julian Pitt-Rivers, speaking only in Spanish, gathers anthropological data from a number of natives (male and female) of the region. They also speak only in Spanish. He follows up these recordings with "field notes" (i.e., a summary of his findings), which he dictates into a tape recorder.
|Collection Technical Notes||
Tapes are the original field recordings made by Julian Pitt-Rivers in the coastal town of Pinotepa Nacional (Oaxaca State). It is not clear why this tape was originally listed under "Mixtec". Note: The tape called "Pinotepa 1" actually follows 2 & 3 chronologically. WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
This collection has no playable audio.
|Pinotepa 3||Pitt-Rivers, Julian (interviewer); Various native speakers (male and female) (consultant)||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Piñotepa 2||Pitt-Rivers, Julian (researcher); Native speakers (male and female) (interviewer); Unnamed female interviewer (interviewer)||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Piñotepa 1||Pitt-Rivers, Julian (researcher)||1/4 inch audio tape|