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Date: 1989
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 7.2: Audio Example 2 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1989
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 7.6: Audio Example 6 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1988
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male participants. "Tanjidor band", consisting here of trumpet, saxophone, trombone, clarinet, horn, bass, cymbal and kettle drum. Tanjidor takes its name from the Portuguese word tangedor (player... More
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Date: 1988
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 7.8: Audio Example 8 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1988
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 7.9: Audio Example 9 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1988
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 7.12: Audio Example 12 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1986
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 3.2: Audio Example 2 in Chapter 3 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1985
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 5.3: Audio Example 3 in Chapter 5 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1985
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 5.2: Audio Example 2 in Chapter 5 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1985
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male and/or female participants. "Sitting talempong ensemble": women playing gong-chimes (talempong) and drums in seated position (duduak) as accompaniment for traditional Minangkabau dance. Among... More
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Date: 1985
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male and/or female participants. "Sitting talempong ensemble": women playing gong-chimes (talempong) and drums in seated position (duduak) as accompaniment for traditional Minangkabau dance. Among... More
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Date: 1985
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male and/or female participants. Hand-held (pacik) gong-chimes (talempong) played in standing or stepping position and sometimes played in processions. Among the most beautiful, sacred and highly ... More
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Date: 1985
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 3.1: Audio Example 1 in Chapter 3 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1985
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 3.3: Audio Example 3 in Chapter 3 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1985
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For female participants. "Plate (piring) dance (tari)" which symbolises the activities associated with farming as well as appreciation for a bountiful harvest: young women dance tari piring in a stree... More
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Date: 1984
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male participants. Artists from the Talang Mamak ethnic group (semi-nomadic Malay forest dwelling people) perform on the gendang (double-headed drum) and gong to accompany a demonstration of the l... More
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Date: 1984
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male participants. A pair of drummers from the Talang Mamak ethnic group (semi-nomadic Malay forest dwelling people) performs interlocking rhythms on the gendang (double-headed drum) to accompany ... More
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Date: 1984
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 6.2: Audio Example 2 in Chapter 6 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1984
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 6.1: Audio Example 1 in Chapter 6 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
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Date: 1984
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 6.4: Audio Example 4 in Chapter 6 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
Date: 1984
Language: map
Type: sound
Abstract: Audio 6.3: Audio Example 3 in Chapter 6 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012.
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Date: 1983
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male and/or female participants. A bamboo xylophone (gamolan), beaten with a pair of sticks. Rattan lacing strung through each of the eight bamboo keys holds them together and they sit freely susp... More
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Date: 1982
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For male participants. In this performance of the traditional Biola Aceh genre, the biola (violin) player made his own biola. He sits at the back playing on 2 of the instrument's 4 strings to accompan... More
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Date: 1982
Language: eng
Type: still image
Abstract: For female participants. A canang (small gong) seureukah (place) is a wooden xylophone that is beaten with a pair of sticks and consists of four to seven tuned hardwood keys which rest on a wooden bas... More
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Date: 1982
Type: still image
Abstract: A male participant. The traditional southwest Acehnese theatre form, dangedria, is usually performed by a single storyteller who narrates, in verse or prose or song, a local legend (for example, an or... More
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