Narratives-157

The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is one in a sequence of several sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording, which consists of an introductory dialog between the story-teller and the researcher in addition to a narration of about 75 min, was realized inside the Kamayurá village at midday. There is an audio recording only. ###
The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is the forth in a sequence of several sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording was realized inside the Kamayurá village in the afternoon. There is an audio recording only which has been made in mono mode. ###
The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is the third in a sequence of several sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording was realized inside the Kamayurá village in the morning (10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.) of the day after the Kwarup at the Yawalapiti village. There is an audio as well as a video recording, each of more than two hours, to this session. Apart from the story told by 157 there are an introduction by Sebastian Drude and various dialogs between 157 and Sebastian interrupting the story as audio recordings. ###
The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is one in a sequence of several sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording, which consists of a shorter narration, was realized inside the Kamayurá village in the early afternoon. There is an audio recording only. ###
The session consists of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is the first in a sequence of several audio/video-sessions, followed by several audio-sessions without corresponding video sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording was realized inside the Kamayurá village in the afternoon (after the Kwarup at the Yawalapiti village). ###
The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is one in a sequence of several sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording, which consists of a short introduction and a very long narration of several hours, was realized inside the Kamayurá village, starting in the late afternoon and being continued in the afternoon of the next day and in the morning of the day after. The recording dates are the 5th, 6th and 7th of August of 2002. There is an audio recording only. The recordings of the second and the third day are in mono mode. ###
157 tells the story of the origin of manioc which belonged to the seagull.
157 tells the myth of the origin of manioc.
The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is one in a sequence of several sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording, which consists of a shorter narration, was realized inside the Kamayurá village in the afternoon. There is an audio recording only. ###
The session consists of a story/ part of a story told by 157 who is the most prestigious story-teller of the Awetí community. ###
This session is the second in a sequence of several audio/video-sessions, followed by several audio-sessions without corresponding video sessions, in which 157 tells different myths and other stories belonging to the Awetí oral history. Altogether it takes him 12 hours for three days running. This recording was realized inside the Kamayurá village in the afternoon (after the Kwarup at the Yawalapiti village). ###

Citation

Sebastian Drude (1998 - 2004). Item "Narratives-157" in collection "Awetí". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0005-771E-D. (Accessed 2024-04-13)

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