Recorded Event: Hornbill and cassowary
Type: Elicitation, Narrative: Traditional, Translation of own Talk
Primary Speech Variety: Mountain Arapesh: Wautogik variety
Secondary Speech Varieties: Tok Pisin
Date: 1998-04-26 Location: Wautogik Duration: 6:05
Description: Traditional tale of how two birds came to be the way they are. Followed by translation of the story by the teller, and elicitations of a few key vocabulary items in the story.
Note: notebook: p.122-123
Note: notes: the labels on tape covers 9 and 10 are mixed up; see cover 10 for info on this recording
- Arnold Watiem · Primary, (M : 62) Wautogik ~ fluent Arapesh speaker, educated to grade 3
- Lise Dobrin · Researcher, (F : 32) ~ American linguist, born Chicago 1966. Graduate student (linguistics, University of Chicago).
Cassette cover scan (click to enlarge)
- Hornbill and Cassowary