- A recording in which Loekyam Cholim discusses about songs. This consists of the following media file: SDM12-20100113-175422_JS_E_.SongDiscussion.wav The details of this recording is as follows: SDM12-20100113-175422_JS_E_.SongDiscussion.wav: Duration 8’56”: This recording is silent until 1’25” and the sound is then very very bad with just a high hum. The sound becomes good at 1’53”. Discussion with Kaxom and Jongwi and Lakhum Mossang about songs.
- Two recordings in which Rolik Nokyah Thuh and Rennan Longri sing many songs in Lochhang and also in Lungri and discuss the difference in between songs in different languages. These consist of the following sound files: SDM22-20100112-05_SM_T_MweSongs.wav SDM22-20100112-06_SM_T_Songs.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM22-20100112-05_SM_T_MweSongs.wav; Duration 11’48”; Many songs relating to the Mwe festival and other agricultural festivals; it starts with Stephen Morey asking about the situation of the festival, a discussion with Rennan and others in Singpho. 0’40” Rolik Nokyah Thuh explains in Longri about the festivals. Including some examples of songs; 8’22” Rennan sings a song in Lochhang and then Rolik Nokyah Thuh sings in Lungri, then follows a discussion partly in Singpho – pointing out that the differences in Song languages are very slight. SDM22-20100112-06_SM_T_Songs.wav; Duration 1’52”; Some discussion about the difference between songs in different languages. Rennan tells about her aunt who knows many songs. The aunt’s name is Nyahngan