Tofa Videos and Texts

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The content of this page was developed from the data of Dr. K. David Harrison.

Audio/Video files

1) audio

The wood grouse. A traditional Tofa [KIM] story told in this video by Konstantin Mukhaev (born 1948), accompanied by his mother Anna Mukhaeva (born 1916). Recorded by David Harrison, Greg Anderson and Sven Grawunder in June 2001. Translated and annotated by David Harrison and Greg Anderson.

2) audio

Todzhu song. A traditional song in the Todzhu language [TUN], spoken in northeastern Tuva by reindeer herders. Sung by Elizaveta Kenden. Recorded by Brian Donahoe, February 2001. Translated and annotated by Brian Donahoe and David Harrison.

3) audio

The wood grouse and the hazel grouse. A traditional Tofa [KIM] story originally collected by V.I. Rassadin and read in this video by Tatiana Kongaraeva (born 1966). Recorded by David Harrison and Sven Grawunder in November 2000.

4) audio

The boy in the moon. A traditional Tofa [Tofalar, KIM] story originally collected by V.I. Rassadin and read in this video by Tatiana Kongaraeva (born 1966). Recorded by David Harrison and Sven Grawunder in November 2000.

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Follow the path of the Tofa data

  1. Get Started: Summary of the Tofa conversion
  2. Digitize Video: Video page (Classroom)
  3. Annotate Video: Annotation page (Classroom)
  4. Store Text: XML page (Classroom)
  5. Present Video: Stylesheets page (Classroom)

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E-MELD School of Best Practices: Tofa Data Providers
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