wedding [34 results]

Recording Piece Others themes Sumary
D-003 A14 travel:
D-035 A06 lifestyle
D-062 A06
D-066 A04
I-035 A05
I-038 B18
IR-005 A07
IR-010 A05
IR-015 A02
IR-018 B02 miscellaneous
SA-003 A07 anecdote
SR-009 B05 courtship
I-016b A04 miscellaneous
I-005 B03
SN-007a A11
I-091a A02 anecdote - travel: How she met her husband. She was from Mezkiritz, but she went to a house in Zilbeti to work as a serving girl. Inocencio also used to work in that house.His two sisters got married and as Felipe, the brother, went to America he was left alone in the house of his parents. They got married in Burlada. A sister of Inocencio lived there and there they had the meal. They went to Pamplona by bus.On the honeymoon they went to San Sebastian.
I-048 B05 anecdote At that time the parents used to prepare the weedinds as they liked. Once his mother went to a marriage in Leazkue. The groom was there and the two sisters arrived too. When he was told who of them would marry him, the groom told that he preferred the other one.
IR-014b A03 Those from good families would give five hundred pesetas as a dowry.Most people got married to people from the town. Nowadays less people get married. Those from the best houses are remaining single. Before anyone who remained single was not from lack of proposals. The single women would look after their parents.
X-011a A09 clothes Margarita got married dressed in black and her husband in a suit. They got married in Donamaria; the meal and the dance. They went on their honeymoon to Pamplona, Estella and San Sebastian.Felipe also got married in the same manner. He married in Pamplona and they spent their honeymoon in Pamplona and San Sebastian.
II-088a A05 childbirth He got married in 1946 with a girl from Makea. He was thirty-seven and she was twenty-seven. His wife was the youngest of three sisters. Her mother had died a year before they got married. The wedding took place in church in the morning and then there was a meal at home. There was no music because the war had just ended and the priest did not think it was right to have music. But in the area there was a Spanish family and the son played the accordion so they went off to look for him and he played for them.The next day they went to Bayonne and visited a spinster who had retired to Donapaleu.(42:05") They had six children but the eldest died at nine months. Afterwards they had four girls and a boy. The first two were born at home, the others in Bayonne. There was a midwife who helped in the houses. (44:35")Goodbye.
II-116a A03 house: home-entrance They would also make work clothes as well as underwear and aprons and things."Etxe-sartzea" was the move from one house to another. People would give them presents. An accordionist would go with them. The shopgirls would stay in the attic room until everything was prepared. Then the people would go to see it. The wedding lasted all day and the "etxe-sartzea" took place the day before. For the wedding they would go to church and then they would have a party in the house afterwards.
IR-014a A05 dowry - family: heir
II-059b B04 dance
II-087a A14 war
II-135a A15 jobs:
II-135a A16
II-135a A19
II-135a A21 wedding:
II-056b B12 wedding:
II-056b B14 wedding: - jobs:
II-056a A13
II-140b B16 improviser of verses: Xalbador - improviser of verses:
II-057a A23 music: - dance
II-006b B12 work: - youth: