Quichua Songs can be difficult to interpret.   They can be seen as rituals acts that hold the precariously related world together.  For that reason they are key to understanding Amazonian culture.   By studying them we can see how Amazonian's understood themselves in their relation to nature.  Use of emotion and analogy

 

Eulodia Dagua, "Napo Yaku Tandishku."  

 

In Pastaza Quichua with English Subtitles.

Cite video as:

Tod D. Swanson,  "Eulodia Dagua, 'Napo Yaku Tandishku.'''  Youtube video. 2:49.  December 13, 2011. https://youtu.be/7u0eI3B8U_k

Eulodia Dagua, "Dance Like a Deer.’”

 

In Pastaza Quichua with English Subtitles.

Cite video as:

Tod D. Swanson,  "Eulodia Dagua, 'Dance Like A Deer.'"A memory painted on a Runa woman's face.’” Youtube video.  1:25. November 2, 2011.   https://youtu.be/fhBwoDolDwU

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