Lahlou and Makhlouf Mettouchi, Hdjila, Malika and Ounissa Mettouchi, Messaad and FayrouzMettouchi, Arezki Mettouchi, Hnia Mettouchi, Ahmed and Farid Mettouchi.Many thanks also to Nna Hadja Wardia Mettouchi, and to my great-aunt Taos, whoparticipated in my earlier recordings. May they rest in peace.In Azazga:The Belkassi family: Belkacem Belkassi, Jeggiga Saïri-Belkassi, Nouara, Zahra, Naïma andMalika Belkassi, Wardia Khelafi-Belkassi, Nassima Seghouane-Belkassi. Many thanks also toJeggiga Khelaf-Khelafi for her poetry, and to Hadja Taos Haddad-Khelafi.The Zaïdat family: Mohand and Jocelyne Zaïdat, Nadia and Ramdane Kerkache, Samir andZahia Zaïdat.Boualem Rabia, for his invaluable collection of proverbs and sayings, and his knowledge ofpoetry.Many thanks also to Mrs Sahnoun, and to Saïd Sadi for accepting to be recorded manyyears ago.My thanks also to Omar Belkacem, Dahmane Bentaha, Arezki Boudif, Boumediene Hanou,Ahcène Saïri, and Chérifa Zerraf for the help provided in technical and material fields.Of course, none of this research would have been possible without Colette and MahmoudMettouchi.
A website dedicated to the inhabitants of the village of At Ixlef (Aït Ikhelef) is currently under construction. It is entitled ‘Taddart n At Ixlef’ and contains materials initially recorded for research purposes, that will shortly be available in a framework and format that will enhance their cultural import.
In the Oued Righ region (Temacine, Blidet Amor, Ghomra)
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