Female initiation rite
Rito de iniciación de mujeres
|Subject Language||Curripaco |
|Language PID(s)||ailla:119621 |
|Language of Indigenous Title|
|Title||Female initiation rite|
|Place Created||Gavilán, Río Guainia|
|Language of Indigenous Description|
|Description||Track 1 (I001): Formal speeches in which chant-owner and other ritual specialists accept the kalidzamai (sacred food) from the mother of the girl being initiated. Opening malikái song-chant followed by chants naming places and foods throughout Isana and Guainía drainage area (see KPC002R003 for details). |
Track 2 (I002): Malikái chants naming places and foods throughout Isana and Guainía drainage area (see KPC002R003 for details).
Track 3 (I003): Various sacred flutes and trumpets representing different animal species and parts of the body of the primordial human being (Kuwái); men singing kapetiápani (whip-dance song); formal ritual speech to girl's mother (see KPC002R003 for details).
Track 4 (I004): Chant-owner's ritual advice to girl being initiated (see KPC002R003 for details).
|Source Note||10854 - 10855|
|Contributor(s) Individual / Role||López de Oliveiros, Felix (Recorder) |
López de Oliveiros, Felix (Researcher)
Hill, Jonathan (Researcher)
|Contributor(s) Corporate / Role|