Orreaga Ibarra


  • Owner: Euskarabidea-mediateka
  • Informant: Jose Maria Navarro Senar
  • Researcher: Jon Navarro Ansa
  • Main theme: Free conversation: location of Lizarraga, born in Pamplona, school, festivities of the village.
  • Permission to query: Free
  • Permission to publish: Limited
  • Sound quality: Good
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Piece Time Summary
A02 00:05:43
: In Lizarraga there are two fiestas: The patron saint, San Clemente, is celebrated in November; and later in the summer they celebrate San Adrián. They carry the image of the saint in procession from the church to the hermitage of San Adrián in Urbasa. Before, they used to go on foot but now it is possible to go by car. In that same place they have the meal and a dance. Later, they also have a dance in the village. He has never known Carnivals in the village. On the eve of January 6th, the day of the Kings, they was a parade and they called on the houses to get candies. On the day of San Juan they had bonfires. On the day of San Miguel and San Martín the confraternities celebrated a mass and a meal.
A01 00:00:00
Introduction: Name and place of birth.Where Lizarraga is. Lizarraga is the capital of Ergoiena. He began school at the age of five. He went to Pamplona to study bachillerato (second level schooling). In Pamplona he felt a bit claustrophobic because the flats seemed so small and because he could not play in the streets. When he was in the village they played in the pelota court and in the wood.
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