[Nigeria, Ole, Isoko, 1970-1971] / collected by Philip M. Peek.

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Date
1970
Main contributor
Peek, Philip M.
Summary
This collection primarily consists of religious oral traditions and interviews; also a trial, a masquerade, festivals, prayers, praise songs, divination sessions; several interviews with carvers, musicians, and a potter. Other musical items include funeral music, war-songs, bawdy songs, women's songs and folk dance music.
Contributor
Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.
Subjects
Musicians; Interviews; Isoko (African people); Religious life and customs; Trials; Masquerades; Funeral rites and ceremonies; Rites and ceremonies; Carving (Decorative arts); War songs; Festivals; Divination; Bawdy songs; Folk dance music; Songs, Isoko; Edo language; Hymns, Bini; Potters; Praise songs
Locations
Nigeria; Ole
Collection
Archives of Traditional Music
Unit
Archives of Traditional Music
Language
Niger-Kordofanian (Other)
Terms of Use
Archival use and reproduction for non-profit educational and research purposes; Archives of Traditional Music.
Physical Description
71 sound cassettes + documentation
Notes
Isoko music and interviews.
Accompanied by transcriptions and tape index.

Language Note

In Isoko, Igbo and Bini languages.

Local Note

cass 1201--1271; EC 7521--7569 (copies)
MDPI

Performers

Various identified and unidentified informants and performers.

Statement of Responsibility

collected by Philip M. Peek.

Venue/Event Date

Recorded by Peek in various locations in Nigeria, between November 1970 and October 1971.
Other Identifier
Catalog Key: 2231352

Access Restrictions

This item is accessible by: the public.