Cassette of Bayaka Music and Sounds #220, Type of Music: Children's Boyobi, Eboka, Elanda, Lingoku (= women’s Limbakoo)

Cassette of Bayaka Music and Sounds #220, Type of Music: Children's Boyobi, Eboka, Elanda, Lingoku (= women’s Limbakoo)

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World Music
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Material sourced from the Louis Sarno Archive, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford. Copyright © Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford.
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Sideouis Sarno's notes on liner card (ms ink) – '∞1'

Side A: 1. Children boyobi. May 20 Elanda. Women's limbakoo'

Side A: Sarno notes in Red notebook (in Related Documents File) - 'Side A. 1. Eboka (mostly children). a) 000 -013. b) 013-031. c) 032-078 . 2. Elanda (mid May 1989) - a fairly quiet one. a) 097 - 146 . b) 146-157. c) 157-171. d) 172-231 . e) 231 - 354 . 3. Lingoku (20 May 1989). *a) 354-425, in 354 - out at 422 ("wo!") intense! *b) 425-504, in 425 - out after “wo!" (501) sublime! 3. Lingoku (20 May 1989) continued. c) 504-570, crap . d) 571-595 (wo! at 592). *e) 595-693, in 595 - out at 691. Wo! 686-691, fucking amazing!' 693 - end blank'

Side A: Sarno notes on loose-leaf notepaper inside Red Book (in Related Documents File) 'Side A. 1. Eboka (children?). a) 000 -013. b) 013-031. c) 032-078 . 2. Elanda (mid May 1989) - a fairly quiet one. a) 097-146 . b) 146-157. c) 157-171. d) 172 - 231 . e) 231-354 . 3. Lingoku (20 May 1989). *a) 354-425 very loud , 382 singing ends, , 385 new song sung, 413 esimé ('limbaku!) , 422 ends. b) 425-504, 457 wo! 460 new song (very joyful) in 425 - out 501 ends . c) 505-570 . d) in 354 out at 422 . 571 - 595 wo! 592. *e) 595-693, in 595 - out at 691 (long wo!)'

Side B:Louis Sarno's notes on liner card (ms ink) – ' Limbakoo (p.1) (continued on ∞ 2)'

Side B: Sarno notes in Red notebook (in Related Documents File) - 'Side B. Lingoku 20 May 1989 continued from 27A. a) 000-011 ("Mowanja"). b) 011-030 ("Mowanja") 028 wo!. c) 030-043, another Bagandu melody 041 wo!. d) 043-055 the same, 054 wo!. *e) 055-103, in 055 - out wo! 102. *f) 103-126, esimé 114! 117 esimé again, in 103 - out at wo! 125, 125 wo! great! *g) 126-154, in 126 - out at wo! 153. [*e) - g) = one recording, in 055 - out at wo! 153]. h) 154-185. wo! 181. i) 185-233, 232 wo! unusual. *j) 233-253, 234-237 micro trouble in 237 - out wo! 250 another esimé wo! 305. *k) 253-306 1/2, in 253 - out wo! 305. *l) 307-427, 'Mowanja' esimé new meldoy (yeyi melody) in 307 - out wo! 426. m) 427 -461. *optional n) 461-567 - in 461 - out wo! 565. o) 567 - 612, ends without wo! 1st time for this melody in this Lingoku ends without wo!. p) 613-623 same melody as above. *q) 624-711 700 yo!, in 624 - out wo! 700'

Side B: Sarno notes on loose-leaf notepaper inside Red Book (in Related Documents File) 'Side B. Lingoku (20-05.89) continued from 27A. a) 000-011 ("Mowanja"). b) 011-030 ("Mowanja") 028 wo!. c) 030-043 another Bagandu melody wo! 041. d) 043-055 the same 054 wo!. *e) 055-103, in 055 - out wo! 102. *f) 103-126 esimé (good one) 114 hey! 117 esimé again 125 wo!, in 103 -out at wo! 125. *g) 126-154, in 126 - out at wo! 153. [*e)-*g) one recording in 055 out at wo! 153]. h) 154-185, wo! 181. i) 185-233, 232 wo!. *j) 233-253 unusual, 234-237 micro trouble, another esimé wo! 250, in 237 - out at wo! 250. *k) 253-306 1/2. 305 wo! in 253 - out wo! 250' *l) 307-427 similar to yeyi melody “Mowanja" in 307 - out wo! 340, women, 347 esimé, 361 ho!, 365 esimé again, 380 hey!, 387 new song, 426 wo! m) 427-461 same melody as above. n) 461-567 same melody as above, but slower, 565 wo!. *o) 567-612, in 567 - out at 611. p) 613-623 same melody as above (man discovered spying). *q) 624-711, in 624 - out wo! 700, same melody as above, 700 yo!'

Content Type
Field recording (raw)
Duration
1 hour 35 mins
Anthropologist / Ethnographer
Louis Sarno, 1954-2017
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Ceremonial piece, Piece, African
Date Recorded
1989
Series Number
Recordings
Subject
World Music, Anthropology, Music & Performing Arts, Social Sciences, Africa, Cultural anthropology

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