Bunghon Suungnem of Leingangching Sings Phairongsaa, Khungphaai and Simthlei

One of 67 recordings in the series: Daniel Tholung Collection available on this site.

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Bunghon Suungnem of Leingangching sings three different songs Phairongsaa, Khungphaai,Simthlei. He sings about the Haika village, Aibul responded we are populous and we draw our water from streams dry. Raalveen-said we are the border and we fought the war against the enemies. Chkhum-boast about their celebrating the Merit Festival called the Totlang Kam. At dawn they sang Var khuu thleng nge,pyu busuk pva busuk ting-tang. Meikhunu hinni’ktlun nuh.

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1 recording (7 min., 37 sec.)

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Tholung, Daniel 2004.

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  • Main Title: Bunghon Suungnem of Leingangching Sings Phairongsaa, Khungphaai and Simthlei
  • Series Title: Daniel Tholung Collection

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Bunghon Suungnem of Leingangching sings three different songs Phairongsaa, Khungphaai,Simthlei. He sings about the Haika village, Aibul responded we are populous and we draw our water from streams dry. Raalveen-said we are the border and we fought the war against the enemies. Chkhum-boast about their celebrating the Merit Festival called the Totlang Kam. At dawn they sang Var khuu thleng nge,pyu busuk pva busuk ting-tang. Meikhunu hinni’ktlun nuh.

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1 recording (7 min., 37 sec.)

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Lamkang Language Resource

Annotated texts with accompanying sound files and aligned transcriptions for study of the Lamkang language spoken in India and Myanmar.

Computational Resource on South Asian Languages

Presentations and video from the 2017 CoRSAL meeting, Developing Infrastructure for Computational Resource on South Asian Languages. This CHARN-funded symposium seeks to gain advice from experienced language curators, data depositors, and archivists in the practical and scientific challenges in creating a language repository.

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  • 2004

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  • Oct. 14, 2018, 6:34 a.m.

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  • Dec. 18, 2018, 1:51 p.m.

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Tholung, Daniel. Bunghon Suungnem of Leingangching Sings Phairongsaa, Khungphaai and Simthlei, audio recording, 2004; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1281935/: accessed March 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.