Baskeet musical instruments

I have just been working on a poster of Baskeet musical instruments and their Baskeet names. I’d like to distribute copies of this and other posters about material culture during my upcoming field trip(s) – I thought it might be a simple way to show to people (i) that their language can be written like all other languages and (ii) that they have a rich material culture to be proud of. And hopefully these posters make waiting for more elaborate educational materials (e.g. text collections and wordlists) a little easier.

Baskeet musical instruments and their names

Baskeet musical instruments and their names

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More about the music played with these instruments or the occasions when they are used in a later post …

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