The Nine Good Skillful Ones 1 an entity of type: ProvidedCHO

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 Bhuji2000#9A, from 11m17s to 25m06s, where the recording appears to have been accidentally interrupted. Some of the recording (corresponding to lines 167-270 of the published text) is lost before it resumes on cassettes #9B and #10A. A minidisk recording, made at the same time, is complete but is marred by parasite clicks. The present track begins with some false starts, transcribed in NSOTII:634n154, followed by the beginning of the myth (NSOTII:33-39, lines 1-166). REFERENCE: NSOTII : Maskarinec, Gregory G., 2008, Nepalese Oral Shaman Texts II, Harvard Oriental Series volume 68, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England, Harvard University Press.
dcterms:W3CDTF 2000-01-31 
Minicassette stereo Bhuji2000#9A 
Freely accessible 
नौजा गुनामी खेती १ 
dcterms:W3CDTF 2013-07-05 
"The Nine Good Skillful Ones 1" 2000. Nepali. Haribān Kāmī (speaker); Maskarinec, Gregory G. (researcher); Poudel, Keshav (research_participant); Michailovsky, Boyd (depositor); Agence Nationale de la Recherche ANR-06-CORP-030-01 (sponsor); American Philosophical Society (sponsor); Wenner-Gren Foundation (sponsor). Editeur(s): Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale. 
dcterms:W3CDTF 2013-07-05T23:21:22+02:00 
Ancienne cote: crdo-NEP_NINE_SOUND 
Copyright (c) Maskarinec, Gregory G. 
The Nine Good Skillful Ones 1 

data from the linked data cloud