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Music from Timor-Leste

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PARADISEC Sydney Unit: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Rm 3019, Building C41, The University of Sydney, NSW, 2006, Phone +61 2 9351 1279. PARADISEC Melbourne Unit: School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne, +61 2 8344 8952 | PARADISEC Canberra Unit: College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University, +61 2 6125 6115



Brief description

Video recordings of music from Timor-Leste (also known as East Timor). Music included from a range of languages including Mambae, Kemak, Tetun, Tetun Terik, Bikili, Fataluka, Meto, English, Bunak, Makadade, Makili, Makasai, Fataluka, Lovaya, Bakeno, Tokadadem, Instruments used include voice, guitar, violin, babadok, stones, tohi, gong, cow horn, bells, auu, fui, lakado, metal mouth instruments and keyboards. Some recordings also include interviews.

Ros Dunlop's book which came out of this research:
SOUNDS OF THE SOUL (LIAN HUSI KLAMAR)
Published by TEKEE MEDIA (2012, Sydney)
ISBN: 9780646581835

Created: 15 03 2010

Data time period: 27 11 2003 to 02 02 2011

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127.57,-8.17 127.57,-9.63029 124.733,-9.63029 124.733,-8.17 127.57,-8.17

126.1515,-8.900145

text: East Timor

iso31661: TL