DOBES Archive

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BK_Tatiana_Envira
Tatiana performs several songs in front of an audience of women(?).
BK_Llosa_Yuxin
Llosa explains the different yuxins and certain entities announcing death.
BK_MP_Nawa_inun_inu
The narrative deals with the encounter between a non-indian and a jaguar.
BK_AP_yuxin_karioko
The recording is a supplementary narration by Alicia in which she talks about the Yuxin of Karioko. The recording was made by the anthropologist Barbara Keifenheim who authorized its integration into the Cashinahua Dobes archive.
BK_Filomeno_Yaminawa
In this narrative Filomenos talks about the Cashinahua's encounters with a not-yet contacted Panoan group.
BK_Victor_Yaminawa
The narrative is about the relationship between the Cashinahua and the Yaminawa.
BK_Marcelino_Katxa_song1
The song which is realized as a kind of speech-song belongs to the ritual of Katxanawa.
BK_Milton_Conta_2
Several Cashinahua men from the village of Conta give a speech or participate in a dialog. The recording was made by the anthropologist Barbara Keifenheim who authorized its integration into the Cashinahua Dobes archive. Different speakers could be identified for the following parts of the DVD-recording: 00:00:18 - 00:04:22 00:04:32 - 00:07:38 00:07:46 - 00:25:43 00:25:46 - 00:29:50
BK_RT_miyui1
This short narrative told by Rene deals with the vagina.
BK_MP_Cash_history
Marcelino talks about the first encounter of the Peruvian Cashinahua people with non-indigenous people.
BK_Marcelino_snakebite
The story is about how a snake bit Marcelino's son Mequias in the head and nearly killed him.
BK_Marcelino_birds
Marcelino explains the habits of certain birds and imitates their voices.
BK_Katxa_Nawa
The session contains some ritual singing belonging to the Katxanawa ritual.
BK_MP_Nixi_Pae
Marcelino sings and explains different Ayahuasca songs.
BK_Marcelino_instrument
Marcelino plays the XXX instrument.
BK_Llosa_Inka_bai
The Cashinahua's ideas about life after death is the subject of this session.
BK_Marcelino_Katxa_song2
The song which is realized as a kind of speech-song belongs to the ritual of Katxanawa.
BK_AP_Dunu
Alicia narrates how her son Miquias was bitten by a snake and cured with herbs his father - under her instruction - fetched in the forest. The recording was made by the anthropologist Barbara Keifenheim who authorized its integration into the Cashinahua Dobes archive.