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Totontepecano women's choir performing bilingual songs in Spanish and Ayöök.

choir of women singing.


Totontepec women's choir performing bilingual songs in Spanish and Ayöök. Ayöök is being documented by a research team led by Daniel Suslak of Indiana University. It is one of more than 40 endangered languages being preserved by the NSF- and NEH-funded Documenting Endangered Languages program.

Credit: Daniel Suslak, Indiana University

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