:: Title :: Ma Atel Khu (The Song Of The Defunct Girl)
:: Genre :: lyric song, topical song
:: Performers & Instruments ::
Elaskin, Fdor (m) [vocal]
:: Setting :: Unspecified
:: Location :: Unspecified (Unspecified), Russia (unspecified) (Russia)
:: Language :: Khanty
:: Culture :: Siberian, Ob Ugric, Khanty
:: Session :: Various Soviet Union II 8/64
:: Date :: 08/1964
:: Reference Information :: T1711.0, Track 4 (00:01:16)
:: Original Format :: Reel to Reel
:: Session Notes ::
1 - These are dubbed recordings from the archives in Leningrad. Tapes 1709-1711 contain material collected from Chukotskiy District, U.S.S.R. by B. M. Dobrovolskii, dubbed from the Recording Archives of the Russian Institute of Literature in Leningrad. T1710 also contains Ket material recorded by Boris Mikhailovich Dobrovol'skii in Leningrad, U.S.S.R., c1956. T1709 and T1711 contain Koryak reocrdings collected by Boris Mikhailovich Dobrovol'skii in Leningrad, U.S.S.R., c1956. [Source: Editor]
2 - The recordings T1711R37- T1711R46 were made by Alan Lomax in Tbilisi, Georgia, in August 1964.
:: Recording Notes ::
0 - This is from a selection of songs from Siberia, edited and dubbed from St. Petersburg Phonogram Archive with Dr. Boris Dobrovol'skii as the editor. [Source: Editor]
0 - Hanty is Ostiak. After the revolution, each of the minorities all adopted new tribal names that they preferred. Samayede means "the people who eat each other" - for instance - although the Uralia word doesn?t mean this. The Hanty and the Nenets live together but have newspapers in their own languages. [Source: Tape notes]
0 - Fdor Elaskin (b. 1934) from Shurygikarskii district, Yamalo-Nenetskii Autonomous okrug, Tiumen' Region.
:: Collection :: Soviet Union 1964



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