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Ullalim Banna : a Kalinga epic : inyullalim (sung by) Gaano Laudi, Idalupa, Pasil, Kalinga, Pilipinas / by recorded, transcribed and translated by Ernesto Constantino ; with preface by Tsunekazu Moriguchi
Bib ID 3106913
Format BookBook
Author
Constantino, Ernesto, 1930-
 
Description Osaka, Japan : Japan Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, ELPR, 2002 
iii, 89 p. ; 26 cm. 
Series

Endangered languages of the Pacific rim, 1346-082X ; A3-007

Notes

"March 2002"--T.p. verso.

"Editorial board: Sakiyama Osamu, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas, the Japan Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture"--T.p. verso.

Text in English and Kalinga.

Subjects Epic poetry, Tagalog - Philippines - Luzon.  |  Kalinga languages - Philippines - Luzon.  |  Epic poetry, Philippine - Philippines - Luzon.
Other authors/contributors Sakiyama, Osamu, 1937-  |  Japan. Monbushō. Tokutei Ryōiki Kenkyū

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