[Nigeria, Ole, Isoko, 1970-1971] / collected by Philip M. Peek.
- Main contributor
Peek, Philip M.
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.
Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.
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
Archival use and reproduction for non-profit educational and research purposes; Archives of Traditional Music.
- Physical Description
71 sound cassettes + documentation
Isoko music and interviews.
Accompanied by transcriptions and tape index.
In Isoko, Igbo and Bini languages.
cass 1201--1271; EC 7521--7569 (copies)
Various identified and unidentified informants and performers.
Statement of Responsibility
collected by Philip M. Peek.
Recorded by Peek in various locations in Nigeria, between November 1970 and October 1971.
- Other Identifier
Catalog Key: 2231352
This item is accessible by: the public.