Emap.FM - Internet Radio for World Wide Ethno Music and Reports
Music of Oceania - presented by Filip 'Filami' Lamasisi
The Traditional Indigenous Music of Fiji (Mar, 1st 2003)



Playlist:
Nr.1; tr.1., "Bula"(hello), by Kabu Kei Conua (KKC) Group, of Sobeto Village, rec. 30.08.1996
Nr.2; tr.2., "U dori toka"(Sitting beside the vaivai tree),by KKC Group, rec.31.12.1986
Nr.3; tr.3.,"Moce koto na viavia" (Sleeping under the viavia plant), by KKC Group, rec.11.10.1990
Nr.4; tr.4., "Kobua kei Nayau"(Mist over Nayau),by KKC Group, rec.22.12.1990
Nr.5; tr.5., "Sa caroba"(Fallen down),by KKC Group, rec.29.12.1990
Nr.6; tr.6., "E ya e a"(Legend Story),by KKC Group, rec.11.10.1990
Nr.7; tr.7., "Sa a dodoa wa loaloa"(Stretch out the black rope)by KKC Group, rec.03.01.1987
Nr.8; tr.8., "Na manuwa e vakarau yali"(The warship is sailing out of sight),by KKC Group, rec.11.10.190
Nr.9; tr.9., "Me vakacavari"(To complete), by the Votualevu Dance Group, rec. 05.08.1996
Nr.10; tr.10, "Tiko mai Naicobo" (When I was in Naicobo),by KKC Group, ec.31.12.1990
Nr.11; tr.11., "Ni vakarorogo" (Listen), by KKC Group, rec. 29.12.1990
Nr.12; tr.12., "Veitiqa" (The veitiqa game),by the Votualevu Dance Group,rec.05.08.1996
Nr.13; tr.,13., "Soso bibi"(Slap your thighs with your hands),by the Votualvu Dance Grouprec.05.08.1996
Nr.14; tr.14.,"Yavulo,Yavulo,vuni maqo e butö"(Yavulo,Yavulo,under the shade of the mango tree), by Villagers from Korovisilou on Viti Levu, rec.07.01.1987
Nr.15; tr.16., "Na polo koula"(The golden ball),by KKC Group, rec.31.12.1990

Extra Tracks to Play List: Nr.16; tr.15., "Ma nono riki Lemadu Rara"(My village Lemadu Rara),by KKC Group, rec.11.10.1990
Nr.17; tr.24.,"Isa Lei"(Farewell), by KKC Group, rec.30.08.1996.

Source of Music:
'VITI LEVU' the multicultural heart of Fiji, Anthology of Pacific #14, PAN 2096CD,2000 PARADOX.
Text Infos, cited from 1.Bob Kay´s Fiji Guide >>www.fijiguide.com<<, 2.Liner Notes to CD by Ad Linkels.Recorded by Ad and Lucia Linkels.

Links:
newsdirectory.com/news/press/oc

The series "The Music of Oceania", the previous weekly program of Emap.FM Internet Radio, is now occasionally broadcast.
With music from Oceania, the program hosted and presented by Filip `Filami' Lamasisi aims to sensitize the rest of the world to the diverse music cultures and variety of musical genres, from traditional to contemporary in the region. Broadcast times are on Saturdays at 16:00 UTC, repetition on Mondays at 00:00 UTC and Wednesdays at 08:00 UTC.