Libu Lakhi: Namuyi Tibetan Ritual Chant Collection

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    Ze ku pi su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Tsho pi su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Tse shuo su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Sho su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    She pi su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Ru lu tche su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Phi tca pi su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Pe ka phe su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Mbo kho bu su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Ka yu pi su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Yu la re ko su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.
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    Drumi dzo tso su
    (World Oral Literature Project, 2009) Libu Lakhi
    This collection contains two hundred and thirty-three audio files, grouped into twelve different types of chanting. The chants, in the Namuyi language, are recited by a phatse, local religious practitioners.