Chamchang - general

Three short recordings in which Lukam Tonglum talks about the Wihu song, a style of song performed at the festival of Wihu Kuq This consists of the following sound files: SDM12-2008Tascam-117.wav, length 4'00"; recorded on 9/1/2008 SDM12-2008Tascam-118.wav, length 3'29"; recorded on 9/1/2008 SDM12-2008Tascam-119.wav, length 2'07"; recorded on 9/1/2008 The contents of each recording are as follows SDM12-2008Tascam-117.wav, Singing the Wihu song already performed by the girls of Kharang Kong in SDM12-20071215-01-1178_GirlsDancingGroup 2'40". This recording includes some discussion SDM12-2008Tascam-118.wav, Further discussion of song styles, with relation to SDM12-20071215-01-1178_GirlsDancingGroup 2'40", singing the dance style as well as the Wihu Kuq style SDM12-2008Tascam-119.wav, Further discussion of song styles, with relation to SDM12-20071215-01-1178_GirlsDancingGroup 2'40"; includes discussion about how the children learned the songs
A recording of a Baptist Fellowship/Healing held in the evening in the home of Mr. Lemjong Kimching. Someone in the village had the vision that some ill would happen to the daughter Nikho (who is a graduate from Itanagar but now at home).
A recording in which Kamshey Chamchang and Ninshom Sena gives the Chamchang names for the months. This consists of the following sound file: SDM13-20111106-48_SM_T_Kamshey_MonthNames.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM13-20111106-48_SM_T_Kamshey_MonthNames.wav; Duration 0’47”; About the traditional Chamchang names for the months.
A recording in which Kamshey Chamchang and Ninshom Sena gives the Chamchang names for the months. This consists of the following sound file: SDM13-20111106-48_SM_T_Kamshey_MonthNames.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM13-20111106-48_SM_T_Kamshey_MonthNames.wav; Duration 0’47”; About the traditional Chamchang names for the months.
A recording made while visiting Abu Kimching’s tea estate in Chamro Basti near Jairampur in Arunachal Pradesh. Mrs. Kimching is also in the video.
A discussion with Rev. L M Yanger, the translator of the Kimching Bible, in Shillong and his tealking about the Kimching alphabet .
The Burmese are allowed to cross the border to the Indian side every Friday to shop at the Nampong market. This is a recording of one such market day
Photos taken from 24.11.2009 to 28.11.2009 by Meenaxi Barkotoki while staying with Abu Kimching and his family in Nampong town.
The video shows the different parts of the Phanglim Kimching house and property in Chamro Basti.

Citation

Meenaxi Barkataki-Ruscheweyh and Stephen Donald Morey (2009 - 2011). Item "Chamchang - general" in collection "Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0017-C3CB-1. (Accessed 2024-04-24)

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