|Labourd (low-navarrese - navarro-labourdin)|
|Introduction: Martin Olhats, who worked on the land and in the vineyards, sings old songs.The verses which they sang at a famous game of pelota.An article that Mariano Izeta wrote about that game of handball. Lapurdi won the game and the crowd from Guipuzcoa lost a lot of money. The archbishop of Pamplona punished Gamio, the handball player, for playing without his permission. He spent a lot of time in Lapurdi until he had served his punishment. But the people from Lapurdi appreciated him a lot and they gave him a white horse as a gift. He returned to Ciga, his place of birth, on the white horse. He never played again but he would travel about to all the places where there was a game on his white horse. (07:30") Verses.(13:10") How he learnt the verses. Anecdotes.|
|(30:25") Verses: "Hamar mandamenduak" (The ten commandments).(34:58") How he learnt the verses.|
|(20:25") Verses from the great War of 1914.(28:18") These verses turned up in the village seven or eight years after the War.|
|(36:35") Verses.(40:17")How he learnt those verses.(44:35") Goodbye.|
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