Track 1: Both the men and women of the village engage in conversation
and sing songs.
Track 2: After a women's song, a man tells a story.
|Medium||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Contributor||Zide, Arlene R. (researcher); Various male and female speakers (consultant)|
|Notes||This is almost certainly the original field recording, recorded on both tracks. (JJT transferred this reel to the present box on 01/10/2006.) Note that--as on the previous tape--the choice of speed depends on whether the speakers are talking (3.75 ips) or singing (7.5 ips). At the beginning of Track 1 an American woman (almost certainly Arlene Zide) announces: "Gorum Tape 2, 1967, Side 1, Tonkwa [sp.?] Village". At point 17 mins., 11 secs. (as measured in the WAVE file), the same woman announces: "This is village Semla [sp.?], 1967, Sadhu Kilo [sp.?]". Track 2 begins with the same woman saying, "Gorum Tape, Side 2, testing".|
|Discourse Type||Singing Interactive Discourse|
|Linguistic Data Type||Field Recording|