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Kilivila (Kiriwina – Papua New Guinea)

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Brief description

Two sets of recordings

I: Items 001 to 007 are recordings made by the Kiriwina pastor Antonio Lubisa Bunaimata of his life story. Some tapes are barely audible

II: Items 008 to 014 contain a mix of singing, chanting, drumming, and traditional stories

Ralph Lawton was a Methodist missionary from South Australia who lived on the island of Kiriwina, the biggest of the Trobriand Islands in Papua New Guinea, between 1961-1973. During that time, he made a series of audio recordings of the oral traditions, music and languages of the island. Ralph went on to receive a doctorate in linguistics from the Australian National University in 2013. These recordings cover a range of musical styles and they are a beautiful sonic record of the culture of the Trobriand Islands.
(Steven Gagau, 2019)

Created: 10 03 2004

Data time period: 31 12 1993 to 30 01 2000

This dataset is part of a larger collection

151.2,-8.4 151.2,-8.6 151,-8.6 151,-8.4 151.2,-8.4

151.1,-8.5

text: Papua New Guinea

iso31661: PG