Ressource audio

Chiya Bhiya Kathayat

Langue / Language Nepali (nep)Dotyal (nep)
Fichier(s) audio / Recording(s): Version dégradée MP3/44Khz : (0:22:17)
Version originale : (0:22:17)
Version dégradée Wav/22Khz : (0:22:17)
Enregistré en / Recorded in: 1969-11-04
Lieu / Place: Nepal, Mahakali Zone, Dadeldhura District, Amargadhi Municipality
Participant(s): Dholi, Bahadur Chamalek (speaker)
Dholi, Bahadur Chamalek (performer)
Dholi, Bir Man (performer)
Dholi, Bhim Bahadur (performer)
Gaborieau, Marc (researcher)
Helffer, Mireille (researcher)
Michailovsky, Boyd (compiler)
Michailovsky, Boyd (depositor)
Agence National de la Recherche ANR-06-CORP-030-01 (sponsor)
Description(s): (en)Recording of a performance by the bard Camalek Bahadur Dholi, aged ~54, and two assistants. It contains the invocation and the first of 4 epics recorded on 4 November 1969 at the administrative center of Dandeldhura District, Nepal, by Marc Gaborieau and Mireille Helffer of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). This recording was made outdoors, on a Nagra recorder at 19cm/s and simultaneously on cassette. The digitalized version has been mounted from digitalizations of tapes archived under catalog number BM.1970.041.004 at the Centre pour la Recherche en Ethnomusicologie (CREM), Université de Paris-X, Nanterre, France (http://crem.parisson.com). The performance was simultaneously recorded on side A of a cassette labelled "HUDKIYA 1" (not currently archived). Mme Helffer notes that the end of the Nagra recording suffers from uneven speed. The sound file presented here is composed of two digitalized tracks end to end: #1 CNRSMH_I_1970_041_004_13_01; #2 CNRSMH_I_1970_041_004_13_02. (In the CREM online catalog, only 11 digitalized tracks, none containing an epic, were listed for tape BM.1970.041.004 as of Sept. 2010.) Regions (corresponding to the two tracks above): #1 00:00:00,000 to 00:08:15,270 length 00:08:15,270; #2 00:08:15,270 to 00:22:17,880 length 00:14:02,610; length (total): 22:17,880.


Rights: Copyright (c) Gaborieau, Marc and Helffer, Mireille
Freely available for non-commercial use


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Annotations

Chiya and Bhiya Kathayat

Langue / Language Nepali (nep)Dotyal (nep)
Fichier(s) d'annotation(s):
Participant(s): Dholi, Bahadur Chamalek (speaker)
Dholi, Bahadur Chamalek (performer)
Dholi, Bir Man (performer)
Dholi, Bhim Bahadur (performer)
Gaborieau, Marc (researcher)
Helffer, Mireille (researcher)
Kathayat, Man Bahadur (transcriber)
Pant, Jaya Raj (transcriber)
Shahu, Man Bahadur (transcriber)
Pant, Jaya Raj (translator)
Michailovsky, Boyd (translator)
Michailovsky, Boyd (depositor)
Michailovsky, Boyd (editor)
Agence National de la Recherche ANR-06-CORP-030-01 (sponsor)
Description(s): (en)Annotation of the recording of a performance by the hudke bard Camalek Bahadur Dholi, aged ~54, and two assistants. This is the first of 4 epics recorded on 4 November 1969 at the administrative center of Dandeldhura District, Nepal, by Marc Gaborieau and Mireille Helffer of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). The recording was transcribed in the field by Man Bahadur Kathayat of Dandeldhura in a notebook of Gaborieau's marked "Hudkiya", on pages 5 (invocation), and 7-21 ("Bhime Kathayat", the Kumauni title of the epic). Prof Jaya Raj Pant reviewed the transcription and prepared a translation into standard Nepali and further notes in 2007. The transcription was again revised by Mr Man Bahadur Shahu in 2009. The English and French translations, based on these annotations and Gaborieau's notes, were prepared by Boyd Michailovsky in 2008-2010. Further materials are available at http://www.vjf.cnrs.fr/epopee.
Rights: Copyright (c) Michailovsky, Boyd
Freely available for non-commercial use