Irulegi Irratia

II-108a

  • Recording date: 1997-12-22
  • Owner: Euskarabidea-mediateka
  • Main theme: Ancient Christmas time. Songs, prayers and other topics.
  • Permission to query: Free
  • Permission to publish: Limited
  • Sound quality: Good
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Piece Time Summary
A08 00:32:00
00:43:47
Verses from Otsobi sung by Erramun Martikorena.(42:08")Goodbye.
A07 00:27:09
00:32:00
Although most of the shepherds were already down by that time of year, some would have had to spend Xmas in the mountains.The Xmases that he did not spend in the mountain hut she would spend with her children while her husband was at the pastures. Two or three times she was also with her husband at the pastures.They have had problems with the snow in December sometimes.
A06 00:23:18
00:27:09
Prayer and song.
A05 00:19:42
00:23:18
A gang of girls would meet up in the house of the nun and they organized the party there. They would make a sponge cake and eat it with a chocolate drink. Then they would go to midnight mass. They used to sing the songs.They used to put their shoes at the chimney and they would get small presents; things that they would need during the year; clothes and things for the school.On Xmas day they had a meal at home. They would eat rabbit, chicken or lamb. She has good memories of that.
A04 00:15:40
00:19:42
Verses from Marcel Errotabere sung by Erramun Martikorena.
A03 00:13:00
00:15:40
(13:40") A prayer that they use to say in the old days.
A02 00:10:00
00:13:00
(10:00") Xmas Carol: "Zato jaun amultxua".(11:20") A Song from Xmas Midnight Mass.
A01 00:00:00
00:10:00
Introduction: Xmas.(01:45") When he was younger the Xmases were like they are now. Until they were young person they did not go to midnight mass. In the area there was a house where they had dinner and played until it was time for mass. A woman made chocolate for them. Midnight mass used to be beautiful. (6:15ö) They always got some present or other.And although it is necessary to have money to have parties, her best memories are her childhood ones.
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II-108a-A 43:47
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