Brian Moser & Donald Tayler Colombia Collection
Mountain People of Northern Colombia: Sierra Bintukua
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1960 to 1961
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Moser-Tayler Anglo-Colombian Expedition
Item notes: San Sebastian De Rambago; Bintukua speech; Early morning sounds; Mission Bells; Bird Song. [Bintukua may be another name for Ika langauge]. [The Mountain People of Northern Colombia (from the area known as the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta), as documented in the articles in "Recorded Sound" (1968, nos. 29-32, open access in Humanities 2: HUS050), fall into 3 distinct groups; the Kogi [alternate name for Cogui] of the northern Sierra, the Sáha [Malayo] in the east, and the largest group, the Ika [alternate name for Ica] living on the southern Sierra.]