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0167-00000000 - Tilichiki13-02-03d
Documentation of Koryak Ethnopoetics: Stories from Speakers of Non-standard Varieties of Koryak and Nymylan Koryak
Contributor:Anna Pastushchena-Kosygina
Valentina Dedyk
Contributor (recorder):Alexander King
Coverage:Russian Federation
Description:Pastuschchena tells a myth about seagull. She answers a few questions from Valya.
Language_Name: Non-standard Varieties of Koryak and Nymylan Koryak Language_Region: Asia Language_Country: Russia Project_Status: Ongoing Year: 2012 Start_Date: 2012-09-01 End_Date: 2014-08-31
Learned Russian as 4th language starting in grad school and extensive residence in Kamchatka (1995 5mos, 1997-98 17 months). Had very good conversational skills by summer 1997 and fluent by early 1998, at least in listening. Has thick American accent. Knows a few words of Koryak for social situation.
Danced with first cohort of Mengo with Gil'. Now director of ensemble Yaq-yaq in Tilichiki House of Culture.
Works in Institute for Advanced Teacher Training, Palana. She was born in a yaranga on the tundra.
Title Tilichiki13-02-03d
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1313381%23
Publisher:Alexander King
University of Aberdeen
Subject:Koryak language
Koryak from Rekinniki
Subject (ISO639):kpy


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Citation: Alexander King (recorder); Anna Pastushchena-Kosygina; Valentina Dedyk. 2013-02-03. Alexander King.
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Country: Russian Federation
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