Alaska Native Language Archive

Resource Details

Identifier:ANLC2783
Title Lucier Collection Reel #2
Description:
Songs recorded 11/28/1950; 12/02/1950.
Track 01 - Songs from Wolf Dance sung by Abraham and Blanche Lincoln and Susie Beltz; 8 min. 35 sec.
Track 02 - Song made by Noatak man ca. 1902 and now sung by Abraham, Blanche, and Susie; 1 min.
Track 03 - Song made in Kotzebue in imitation of Diomede song- sung by Abraham and Blanche Lincoln and Susie Beltz; 1 min. 15 sec.
Track 04 - Song from Wolf Dance by Abraham Lincoln and Lester Gallihorn; 1 min. 10 sec.
Track 05 - Lester Gallihorn sings song he made because he was lonesome for Diomede Islanders; 45 sec.
Track 06 - A song made by Mrs. Jensen, a Pt. Hope woman and sung by Abraham Lincoln and Lester Gallihorn; 55 sec.
Track 07 - A Kotzebue song for a motion dance sung by A. Lincoln and L. Gallihorn; 40 sec.
Track 08 - A song Abraham Lincoln made up for Pt. Hope friend when he wanted a new song for motion dance; 35 sec.
Track 09 - Kotzebue motion dance song; 30 sec.
Track 10 - Kobuk song; 30 sec.
Track 11 - songs for Unalakleet Messenger Feast; 2 min. 30 sec.
Track 12 - Susie Beltz, Church hymn; 1 min. 40 sec.
Contributors Beltz, Susie (author)
Gallihorn, Lester (author)
Lincoln, Abraham (author)
Lincoln, Blanche (author)
Lucier, Charles (interviewer)
Date1950
Type Sound
Format audio/x-wav
Coverage
Kotzebue
Subject Language(s) Inupiaq
LingType song
text
Collection Lucier Collection
Files: ANLC2783.mp3
lucier_collection_index.pdf
ANL2783.WAV


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