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among the Sibe of Xinjiang
Ethnomusicologist Dr Rachel Harris spent long periods of fieldwork in Xinjiang, listening and learning about the music of the Sibe, descendants of Qing dynasty military garrisons. In the following edited extract from her book, Singing the Village, Dr Harris gives a biographical sketch of a village musician G'altu, and describes a typical wedding in Çabçal, a county in Sibe.
Taeho Jang and Tom Payne.- Topic Marking and the Construction of Narrative in Sibe
The Sibe language is the language spoken by those members of the Sibe nationality that live in northwest China. The Sibe in northwest China are the descendants of thousands of Sibe soldiers and their families who were assigned to Xinjiang.
Thomas Payne and Taeho Jang.- CONVERBS AND INTERPROPOSITIONAL RELATIONS IN XIBE
is a Manchu-Tungus language spoken by approximately 40,000 individuals
China photo exhibitions
Films about the Xibe
Xibe in the art
to Xibe lands
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