Vanishing voices from Russia & Eastern Europe

Lyrical, wedding and Rituals: "I had a green apron...", "I was born by my mother...", "Birch tree grows...", "The river Kama is wide...", "They spoke this and that way...", "Let's do only...", "Stand up, my matchmaker…", "Houses by corners..."

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:26:33

  • Cultures

    Udmurt

  • Shelf mark

    CEAP347/67/10/1

  • Subjects

    Lyrical; Wedding; Ritual

  • Recording date

    1993-10-16

  • Is part of (Collection)

    EAP347: Vanishing voices from the Uralic world: sound recordings for archives in Russia (in particular Udmurtia), Estonia, Finland and Hungary

  • Recording locations

    Russia

  • Description

    continued… "Twelve and haystacks…", "I went to the vegetable garden...", "Will you let me in to the house...", "Oh, you, my matchmaker..". Original file reference: UdmI КК 128-5B.01; CC-0167B.01. Location: Kochegurt, Uvinsky District, Udmurt Republic (Russia)

  • Related links

    Endangered Archives Programme - EAP347 project webpage

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