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    • Yulong Working Song 2, Geduobei 

      Chen Sihua (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-09)
      This ploughing song praises fields and the beasts of burden that work in the fields, saying that even though bulls only eat grass, they work hard and never get tired. Such songs were no longer sung in the early twenty-first ...
    • Yulong Working Song 1, Xiduobei 

      Chen Sihua (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-09)
      The singer learned this song from her aunt Webodi one year during New Year celebrations, and the singer's grandmother stated that her grandmother had been able to sing it. This song is sung when planting rice, and encourages ...
    • Yulong Welcoming Song 2, Heijuhuoni Leyouna 

      Chen Sihua (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-09)
      The singer learned this song from her elder brother Dong Cai one evening after supper. This song is typically sung when Naxi gather for a picnic on the eighth day of the second lunar month, and welcomes guests to the ...
    • Yulong Welcoming Song 1, Naxi Yogo Xiugaomo 

      Chen Sihua (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-09)
      The singer learned this from her grandfather Weifushui, who taught her in the evenings before she went to sleep. The song welcomes guests and expresses good wishes for them. 歌手的爷爷韦福水在她每个夜晚睡觉前给她教了这首歌。这首歌欢迎客人,以及表达对他们的祝福。 ...