|Title||[Material relating to the music of the Ingalik, Yuma and Acoma Indians]|
|Description:||28 pp. Transcriptions by Chapman of eight Ingalik songs recorded on a phonograph record by Fox in 1926, transmitted by Hrdlicka to Densmore in 1929. Includes descriptive material, tabulated analysis, as well as text. Recordings located 1979 at Library of Congress, Archives of American Music; now being copied. Also, letter from Donna MacAlpine to Mr. Ron Walcott regarding rare Anvik recordings; Anchorage Times newspaper article dated 9/2/79 entitled, "Experts Lift Native American Songs from Wax"; Catalog to Manuscripts at the National Anthropological Archives.
Also includes audio. Poor quality but passable.
|Comments||Cassette tape located with folder of manuscripts in Annex.|
|Citation||NAA, BAE ms. 3137.
Audio: LWO 17896. AFS 10712. Eskimo Indian Music. "James Fox- Anvik Songs"
Chapman, John W. (author)
Densmore, Frances (author)
Fox, James (author)
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