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  • research data . Sound . 2018
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    El Ayari, Sarra; Zribi-Hertz, Anne; Soare, Elena;
    Publisher: Structures formelles du langage
  • research data . Sound . 2013 . Embargo End Date: 13 Sep 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Pangloss

    Interview with an old man (d. 2010) recorded to illustrate a dialect of Nepali spoken in Achham.

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  • research data . Sound . 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Michailovsky, Boyd; Bordes, Rémi;
    Publisher: Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale
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  • research data . Sound . 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale

    A mantar (mantra), spoken and sung, from the Bhuji Khola, Baglung District, Nepal. The shaman, Ḍalle Kāmī, was a student of Deorām Kāmī.

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  • research data . Sound . 2013 . Embargo End Date: 05 Jul 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Pangloss

    A short mantra to order away a disease. The shaman Gumān Kāmī (d. 1960) is from Syāulā Village, Lahã, Jājarkoṭ. Published in Maskarinec, Gregory G., 1998, Nepalese Shaman Oral Texts I, Harvard Oriental Series volume 55, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England, Har...

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  • research data . Sound . 2013 . Embargo End Date: 05 Jul 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Pangloss

    The beginning of the narrative myth "The Nine Good Skillful Ones", recited by the shaman Haribān Kāmī of Bobang (d. 2003 aged 57). The text concerns the origin of the first shaman and of witches. The digitalization is an extract from the digitalization of the cassette B...

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  • research data . Sound . 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale

    The first half hour of "Payalpur's Recital 3", a text similar to the "Dowry recital", particularly relevant to women and women's afflictions. Each line is recited by the shaman Ginde Thāpā and repeated by his disciples, the shamans Tam Bahādur Adaī and Dal Bahādur Adai....

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  • research data . Sound . 2013 . Embargo End Date: 05 Jul 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Pangloss

    Conclusion of the Tiligrama recital: the shaman cures the king of Sinja (who he has earlier cursed) and they divide their jurisdictions into the rulings of the day, the king's, and the rulings of the night, the shaman's. The shaman Gumān Kāmī (d. 1960) is from Syāulā Vi...

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  • research data . Sound . 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale

    A mantra for house-protection, from the Bhuji Khola, Baglung District, Nepal. The shaman, Ḍalle Kāmī, was a student of Deorām Kāmī. The right canal is weak for about 26 seconds at the beginning of the recording.

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  • research data . Sound . 2013 . Embargo End Date: 05 Jul 2013
    Open Access Nepali
    Authors:
    Maskarinec, Gregory G.; Michailovsky, Boyd;
    Publisher: Pangloss

    This recital, according to Karṇa Vīr, is applied at the beginning of every ceremony for protection against witches. The text itself, however, does not have much to do with witches, and is a more general invocation of deities enlisted to protect the body. It suggests con...

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