Principal Investigator:Rodriguez, Marisol Licenced Year(s):
The researcher will visit the Mad Trapper Jamboree at Aklavik, the Beluga Jamboree at Tuktoyaktuk, and the White Fox Jamboree at Sachs Harbour in order to conduct interviews with musicians and other jamboree participants. This information will be added to the information gathered last summer at the Inuvik Music Festival. This research examines the social significance of music in the Inuvialuit....
Principal Investigator:Pelinski, RAmon Licenced Year(s):
As a consequence of contact between kabloonait and kabloona music, the younger generation of Inuit have begun inventing new song styles. I am investigating how these songs relate to questions of Inuit identity, what impressions all Inuit have of the songs, what groups sing the songs (and on what occassions), what are the lyrics, and to what extent have the songs been distributed (i.e., forms of d...
Principal Investigator:Beaudry, Nicole Licenced Year(s):
The researcher will be continuing work begun in 1988. She will be conducting interviews with elders and making recordings where appropriate in the communities of Fort Good Hope, Fort Norman and Fort Franklin....
Principal Investigator:Le Goff, Philippe Licenced Year(s):
The Researcher will observe Inuit musical history, both traditional and that which has been influenced by southern music and adapted in an Inuit way....
Principal Investigator:Leveille, Richard Licenced Year(s):
The Researcher will complete the second phase of the study which began in 1988 on musical culture of the Coppermine Inuit. He will collect cultural musical information by making videos and tape recordings of music and musicians....
Principal Investigator:Keillor, Elaine Licenced Year(s):1994
To obtain recorded examples of traditional genres, as a comparison to those obtained in 1984, and to assess other music heard and used in the Dogrib communities now. To continue the study of songs in stories, dances, gambling songs, and songs of children and women....