Emap.FM - Internet Radio for World Wide Ethno Music and Reports
Music of Oceania - presented by Filip 'Filami' Lamasisi
The Traditional Music of New Island / Papua New Guinea (Apr, 26th 2003)



Songlist:
01. Tr.02., -"GARAMUT" Wooden Slit Drum (KARA),Recorded in July,1974 in Ngavalus (New Ireland)
02. Tr.03., -"PUR" Female Songs (KARA), recorded in July 1974 in Ngavalus (New Ireland)
03. Tr.01., -"DARIM Fertility Song"(KARA), recorded in July 1974 in Lakurmau (New Ireland)
04. Tr.04., -"Flute Solo"(KARA), recorded in July 1974 in Lakurumau (New Ireland)
05. Tr.06., -"Reed Pipe Orchestra" (KARA),recorded in July 1974 in Ngavalus (New Ireland)
06. Tr.15., -"Shark calling Song" (NOTSI), recorded in July 1974 in Lossu (New Irelland)
07. Tr.13., -"Sokouin Song" for Lopping of Tree trunk (NOTSI), recorded in July 1974 in Lossu (New Ireland)
08. Tr.14., -"LUKPAU, Childrenīs Song" (NOTSI), recorded in July 1974 in Lossu (New Ireland)
09. Tr.07., -"TANUA" Dance, for the end of the Malanggan (KARA), recorded in July 1974(New Ireland)
10. Tr.09., -"BILOLO Dance" Male chorus and percussion (NALIK), recorded in July 1974 in Luvaupul (New Ireland)
11. Tr.10., ."LIMBUNG Dance" Male chorus and percussion (NALIK), recorded in July 1974 in Luvaupul (New Ireland)
12. Tr.11., -"BURO Song" for transporting the tree-trunk (KARA), recorded in July 1974 in Luvaupul (New Ireland)

Music Source:
CD. "New Ireland" Papua New Guinea, 468447-2 LC 00305,(P) 2001 Kora Sons.(C),Philips Music Group France, Music recordings, liner notes and photos by Charles Duvelle of OCORA Music, Paris.

Links:
newsdirectory.com/news/press/oc http://www.thisweek.com/oahu/tour/tour-pcc.html

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.