Track 2: American man (probably Richard DeArmond) is heard in the background as one Indian man prompts responses from a native speaker. Later, the native speaker sings songs.
|Medium||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Contributor||Zide, Norman H. (depositor); DeArmond, Richard (interviewer); Unnamed interviewer (interviewer); Unnamed native consultant (consultant)|
|Notes||A note inside the can, written by JJT states: "Tape may or not belong in this can. I found tape in a UHER [portable tape recorder]." In fact, a penciled note on top of can reads: “20/4/71” / Gataʔ". JJT has determined that the this is a Gutob recording based on the fact that the voice of an American man is almost certainly that of Richard DeArmond, who was researching Gutob in 1963. Track 2 is marred at the beginning by a loud piercing sound and throughout by a low-level buzz. Near the end a 3-minute silence intrudes.
Original Title: Gutob field recordings...Zide / Gutob 1 7/8 ips
Renamed: Gutob 12 pjm 09/08/2010
|Linguistic Data Type||Field Recording|
|Creation Date||c. 1963|
Gutob Field Recordings 12
Belongs to these collections
|Gutob field recordings (Zide-DeArmond, 1962-64);||Bodo Gadaba||India|