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Pha Meu Mau Khon 'There is no hair on your palm'
A recording of Ai Lun Khong reading and explaining the manuscript Pha Meu Mau Khon 'there is no hair on your palm'. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20071201-01_1173_PN_X_AiLunKhong_PhaMeuMauKhon.mpg; Duration 5'12'" This recording forms part of the cassette numbered SMVDP1DEC0701 (Phonogrammarchiv No 1173), and runs from 0'00'" to 24'53" on that cassette. and SDM01-2008Tascam-017.wav; Duration 20'11" The detailed contents of the recordings are: SDM01-20071201-01_1173_PN_X_AiLunKhong_PhaMeuMauKhon.mpg: 0'00"; Reading the book Pha Meu Mau Khon 12'26" Explaining the book Pha Meu Mau Khon 24'53" End of recording SDM01-2008Tascam-017 Discussing the meaning of the book Pha Meu Mau Khon The photographs of the manuscript are numbered: AiLunKhong_PhaMeuMauKhon_cover.jpg AiLunKhong_PhaMeuMauKhon_1 to 8.jpg
Tai visitors – 29 January 2010
Three recordings in which welcome songs sung for the Tai visitors are captured. These consists of the following media files: SDM01-20100129-192330_JS_E_VisitorsWelcomeSong.wav SDM01-20100129-192842_JS_E_PrincessWelcomeSong.wav SDM01-20100129-193317_JS_E_PrincessWelcomeSong.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM01-20100129-192330_JS_E_VisitorsWelcomeSong.wav:Duration 3’55”:Welcome song for the Tai visitors. This was sung at the meeting on the 28th January 2010, and re-recorded in quiet circumstances here. SDM01-20100129-192842_JS_E_PrincessWelcomeSong.w:Duration 4’25”:The song sung to welcome the Princess of Thailand, Sirindhorn. It begins with some preparation. The song proper starts at 0’54” SDM01-20100129-193317_JS_E_PrincessWelcomeSong.wav:Duration 3’21”:Welcome song for the Princess of Thailand, Sirindhorn. The song starts at 0’52”. This song contains reference to the origins of the Tai peoiple.
Am Saue Khyo – Farewell Song
One recording in which Am Saeu Khyo sings farewell song. This consists of the following media file: SDM01-20100131-111510_JS_E_AmSaueKhyo_FarewellSong.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM01-20100131-111510_JS_E_AmSaueKhyo_FarewellSong.wav:Duration 6’15”:Am Saue Khyo’s farewell song written for Stephen Morey and Juergen Schoepf.
The Tai Calendar
A recording in which Sam Thon Wingkyen talks about the Tai Calendar. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20071122-01_1170_SM_X_SamThon_Calendar.mpg Duration 15'44'" This recording forms part of the cassette numbered SMVDP22NOV0701 (Phonogrammarchiv No 1170), and runs from 0'00" to 15'44" on that cassette. The recording consists of the following sections: 0’07”; Sam Thon explains about the days for making offerings to the spirits 4’21”; Sam Thon gives further information about dates 8’39”; Sam Thon reads the Sakkarit 13’47”; Mo Hom talks about the giving of names and dates of birth 15’44”; End of recording Two manuscripts were photographed in connection with this recording 1) Sam Thon's Lakni Calculations (Sam_Thon_Lakni_Calculations_1.jpg to 16.jpg) 2) Sam Thon's Prophecy Book (Sam_Thon_Prophecy_1.jpg to 10.jpg) 3) Birthdates.jpg
Patesa Making 2007
A recording of the making of the Patesa, explained by Ngi Khaing Chakap and Sam Thon Wingkyen. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20071121-01_1169_SM_X_PatesaMaking.mpg Duration 3'19" This recording forms part of the cassette numbered SMVDP15NOV0701 (Phonogrammarchiv No 1169), and runs from 51'42" to 55'02" on that cassette.
Phake Songs - 20th November 2007
This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20071120-02_1169_SM_X_Songs.mpg Duration 31'43'" This recording forms part of the cassette numbered SMVDP15NOV0701 (Phonogrammarchiv No 1169), and runs from 19'59" to 51'42" on that cassette. 0’00”; (19’59”); Kham Soi Oi, sung by Aije Let Hailowng 4’47”; (24’46”); Kham Soi Oi, sung by Aije Let Hailowng 6’49”; (26’48”); Words of Phake history told by Ee Tan Wingkyen and Ai Seng Hun. The manuscript from which they were reading was photographed; 11’08”; (31’07”); Song, sung by Ee Tan Wingkyen. The manuscript from which they were reading was photographed; 12’53”; (32’52”); Kham Sae Eui, sung by Ai Che Let 13’59”; (33’58”); Pu Son Lan (‘Grandfather teaches grandchild), spoken by Ai Che Let 28’01”; (48’00”); Kham Khe Khyang for Indira Gandhi; Composed in 1983 in honour of her visit to Namphakey; sung by Pyat Song. 31’43”; (51’42”); End
Ya Saeu's blessing
A short recording containing words of blessing by Ya Saeu for Stephen Morey. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20071120-01_1169_SM_X_YaSaeu_Blessing.mpg (old_unlinked_file) video/x-mpeg1 Duration 1'57" This recording forms part of the cassette numbered SMVDP15NOV0701 (Phonogrammarchiv No 1169), and runs from 18'01" to 19'58" on that cassette. The recording was made by Ayphe Gohain, granddaughter of Ya Saeu
House_Roofing
A short video of 3'12" showing the re-roofing of the house belonging to Ai Janta Thoumowng and E Ngyan Kheit Thoumowng. The participants in the recording are not identified. The name of this file is SDM01-20071118-01_1169_SM_X_Roofing .mpg This recording forms a portion of the video cassette named SMVDP15NOV0701 and archived at the Phonogrammarchiv, Vienna, with the number 1169. On the original cassette, it ran from 14'48" to 18'00"
Phake Rice pounding song - Nang Nau Chi and Nang Pau Pem
A recording of Nang Nau Chi and Nang Pau Pem sing a rice pounding song in response.. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-2008Tascam-015.wav Duration 1'24" Details of the recording: 0’00” Nang Pau Pem sings 0’29” Nang Nau Chi sings; after 0’55” Nang Pau Pem sings
Phake Marriage Customs
A recording of Ai Janta talks about marriage customs of former times.. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-2008Tascam-001.wav Duration 1'14"
Am Saue Khyo’s rice pounding song
Two recordings in which Am Saeu Khyo sings rice pounding song. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20100129-100739_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_Visitors.wav SDM01-20100129-102128_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_Visitors_Reading.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM01-20100129-100739_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_Visitors.wav:Duration 13’47”:Mo Kham Soi Yoi, composed for the Tai visitors. This begins with practice. 1’10” the song performance starts; 2’10” the recording becomes stereo.. SDM01-20100129-102128_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_Visitors_Reading.wav:Duration 4’31”:Reading the Mo Kham Soi Yoi
Phake - Kham Sa Eui (artistic song)
A recording of Aije Let Hailowng sings the Kham Sa Eui, an artistic song.. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-2008Tascam-005.wav; duration 0’45” SDM01-2008Tascam-006.wav; duration 1’07” SDM01-2008Tascam-007.wav; duration 4’57” SDM01-2008Tascam-008.wav; duration 0'34" SDM01-2008Tascam-009.wav; duration 1'53" SDM01-2008Tascam-010.wav; duration 5'33" The detailed contents of this recording are as follows: SDM01-2008Tascam-005.wav: singing the Kham Sa Eui from memory SDM01-2008Tascam-006.wav and -007.wav: singing the Kham Sa Eui by reading a manuscript SDM01-2008Tascam-008.wav: about Kham Sa Eui SDM01-2008Tascam-009.wav: Reading and explaining the Kham Sa Eui – 1st verse SDM01-2008Tascam-010.wav: Reading and explaining the Kham Sa Eui – remaining verses The photographs of the manuscript are AijeLet_KhamSaEui_1.jpg to _3.,jpg (AijeLet_KhamSaEui_2.jpg was out of focus)
Songs sung by Nang Nau Chi
A recording of Nang Nau Chi singing several songs. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20071129-02_1170_SM_X_NangNauChi_Songs.mpg; Duration 14'51'" This recording forms part of the cassette numbered SMVDP22NOV0701 (Phonogrammarchiv No 1170), and runs from 45'00'" to 59'51" on that cassette. and SDM01-2008Tascam-012.wav; Duration 9'00" In all seven songs were sung on SDM01-20071129-02_1170_SM_X_NangNauChi_Songs.mpg (1) Kham Pung (2) Kham Pung (3) Mo Kham Sa Eui (4) Mo Kham Sa Eui (5) Kham Pung Tai Hau (sung during the time of festival) (6) Kham Pung Tai Hau (sung during the time of festival) (7) Kham Pung Tai Hau (sung during the time of festival) The recording SDM01-2008Tascam-012.wav is an explanation of the meaning of the Kham Pung Tai Hau, songs No. (5) to (7) The manuscripts of these songs were photographed as Nang Nau Chi's Songs 1.jpg (1) and (2) Nang Nau Chi's Songs 2.jpg (3) to (5) Nang Nau Chi's Songs 3.jpg (6) and (7)
Am Saeu Khyo – Songs discussion
Two recordings in which Am Saeu Khyo discusses about songs. These consist of the following media files: SDM01-20100129-201734_JS_E_Discussion.wav SDM01-20100129-205712_JS_E_Discussion.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM01-20100129-201734_JS_E_Discussion.wav:Duration 39’36”:Discussion with Am Saue Khyo and the other lady. This recording includings getting the other lady to try singing this song. SDM01-20100129-205712_JS_E_Discussion.wav:Duration 1’06”:Further discussion with Am Saue Khyo.
Phake - Discussion of songs with Ai Chang Let
A recording of Ai Chang Let talking about traditional Tai Phake songs.. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-2008Tascam-025.wav Duration 4'51"
Money values
A recording of Ai Janta talks about money values of former times. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-2008Tascam-002.wav Duration 2'14"
Aije Let – Discussion about melody
One recording in which Aije Let Hailong discusses about melody. This consists of the following media file: SDM01-20100131-104117_JS_E_AiCheLet_Melodies.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM01-20100131-104117_JS_E_AiCheLet_Melodies.wav:Duration 14’02”:Ai Che Let demonstrates the tune of different styles of Tai song – 0’55” Mo Kham Sa Eui,, sung on the syllable na; 1’46” Mo Kham Khe Khyang, sung on the syllable na;; 2’09” Mo Kham Soi Yoi; he used the syllable noi on which to sing this. There are two types ‘the middle type’ (an khueng kang) and the short type (an lot). 3’28” The camera is used to film him tapping his finger while demonstrating the Soi Yoi styles. 4’15” Soi Yoi is repeated, first an yau ‘the long type’ and then an lot ‘the short type’. This distinction refers to the length of the text of the lines. 5’27” the short type is demonstrated; 6’23” an phat lik, the tune of reading books. This is demonstrated with a humming, m syllable. 7’07” Kham Woi ‘blessing’. This needs to be sung with words. Two types are demonstrated, first the long type, then at 8’39” the short type. This also needs to be sung with words. Following this there was some further discussion, about why words are needed for some types. In the Soi Yoi type, he sang only the tune seng naai. 11’41” The style of monks preaching. This is just the tune. There are several types, that of the young monks (12’00”) and that of the more senior monks (12’31”)
Mai Ko Sum Phai (Tai winter festival) 2010
Two recordings in which the villagers of Namphakey speak about Mai Ko Sum Phai (Tai winter festival). This consists of the following sound files: SDM01-20100129-075826_JS_E_MaiKoSumPhai.wav SDM01-20100129-081750_JS_E_MaiKoSumPhai.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM01-20100129-075826_JS_E_MaiKoSumPhai.wav:Duration 18’50”:Mai Ko Sum Phai – temple prayers 1. 2’15” Ven. Gyanapal Bhikkhu rings the bell to indicate the start of the prayers. The disc ran out of space in the middle of the monks Pali prayer SDM01-20100129-081750_JS_E_MaiKoSumPhai.wav:Duration 39’39”:Mai Ko Sum Phai – temple prayers 2. Commences in the middle of the monk’s prayer
Am Saue Khyo’s New Year Song
Nine recordings in which Am Saeu Khyo sings their traditional New Year Song. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-20100129-104618_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav SDM01-20100129-105150_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav SDM01-20100129-110732_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_Background.wav SDM01-20100129-111455_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear_Reading.wav SDM01-20100129-200033_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav SDM01-20100129-200641_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav SDM01-20100129-201130_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav SDM01-20100130-183745_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav SDM01-20100130-185407_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM01-20100129-104618_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 5’22”:Soi Yoi, preparing to sing the Soi Yoi song composed for the New Year celebration at Ninggam. This recording is only mono after the first few seconds, with the second channel coming and going. SDM01-20100129-105150_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 15’07”:Soi Yoi, New Year song SDM01-20100129-110732_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_Background.wav:Duration 0’25”:Some background to the Soi Yoi song SDM01-20100129-111455_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear_Reading.wav:Duration 12’34”:Reading the Soi Yoi song written for the New Year. SDM01-20100129-200033_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 4’52”:Soi Yoi song – composed for the New Year festival at Ninggam. This recording can be treated as a rehearsal SDM01-20100129-200641_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 4’32”:Soi Yoi song – composed for the New Year festival at Ninggam. This recording can be treated as a rehearsal SDM01-20100129-201130_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 5’58”:Soi Yoi song – composed for the New Year festival at Ninggam. This recording can be treated as a rehearsal SDM01-20100130-183745_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 14’46:Soi Yoi Song – composed for the New Year festival at Ninggam. This is the best version. SDM01-20100130-185407_JS_E_AmSaeu_SoiYoi_NewYear.wav:Duration 0’56”:Soi Yoi Song – composed for the New Year festival at Ninggam. This is the best version.. Last verse repeared
Phake Farewell songs
A recording in which Nang Pau Pem and Nang Nau Chi sing farewell songs. This consists of the following media files: SDM01-2008Tascam-019.wav; Duration 1'25" SDM01-2008Tascam-020.wav; Duration 3'54" The details of this recordings are SDM01-2008Tascam-019.wav; farewell song sung by Nang Pau Pem SDM01-2008Tascam-020.wav; farewell song sung by Nang Pau Pem and Nang Nau Chi