This is thy brother’s voice – Documentary and metadocumentary linguistic work with a folklore recording from the Nenets-Komi contact area

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Title: This is thy brother’s voice – Documentary and metadocumentary linguistic work with a folklore recording from the Nenets-Komi contact area
Author: Blokland, Rogier; Partanen, Niko; Rießler, Michael
Date: 2021
Language: en
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31885/9789515150257.20
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/327798
Abstract: In this paper we analyse an epic song, performed by Ulita Koskova in 1966 in Kolva in the Komi ASSR, and recorded by the Hungarian-Australian researcher Erik Vászolyi, and discuss its background and wider historical context. We look at different ways how such material can contribute to data-driven and sociolinguistically oriented research, specifically in connection to contemporary documentary linguistics, and point to directions for further research.
Subject: Contact Linguistics
Corpus Linguistics
Ethnomusicology
Finite State Morphology
Linguistic Anthropology
Documentary Linguistics
History of Research
Sociolinguistics
Zyrian Komi
Tundra Nenets
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