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Music in Pacific Island cultures : experiencing music, expressing culture, Brian Diettrich, Jane Freeman Moulin, Michael Webb

Label
Music in Pacific Island cultures : experiencing music, expressing culture
Title
Music in Pacific Island cultures
Title remainder
experiencing music, expressing culture
Statement of responsibility
Brian Diettrich, Jane Freeman Moulin, Michael Webb
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia are steeped in diverse musical traditions that reach far beyond the expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Music in Pacific Island Cultures is the first brief, single-volume text to provide a thematic, succinct introduction to the music of the Pacific Islands--a region of the world that has long been underrepresented in ethnomusicological studies. Based on the authors' extensive fieldwork and experiences in Pacific Island cultures, the text draws on interviews with performers, eyewitness accounts of performances, vivid illustrations, and insights gained from ongoing participation in Pacific music. The authors use four themes--colonialism, belief systems, musical flows, and the re/presentation of Pacific cultures--to survey the region and draw parallels and contrasts between its various musical traditions [Publisher description]
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DLC
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Diettrich, Brian
Dewey number
781.62/994
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3774
LC item number
.D54 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • indexes
  • discographies
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Moulin, Jane Freeman
  • Webb, Michael Hugh
Series statement
Global music series
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  • Music
  • Music
  • Music
  • Music
  • Melanesia
  • Micronesia
  • Polynesia
  • Kulturelle Identität
  • Musikethnologie
  • Musikleben
  • Ozeanien
  • Musique
Label
Music in Pacific Island cultures : experiencing music, expressing culture, Brian Diettrich, Jane Freeman Moulin, Michael Webb
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Accompanying material
1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.).
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Diversity in Pacific Island musics -- Music and colonial experiences -- Musical expressions of the sacred -- Music and global flows -- Music, performance, and representation
  • CD Track List -- 1. Marquesan topical song (rari) from Fatu Hiva -- 2. Action song (kapa) from Hikueru, Tuāmotu Islands -- 3. Section of a pe'i performed by the Mangareva delegation to the Heiva -- 4. Hawaiian mele hula "Kāwika" performed by kumu hula Victoria Holt Takamine -- 5. Excerpt from a Yapese gasalaew (male group dance) -- 6. Excerpt from an echiwechiw (lullaby) sung by Fuchiko Pasen from Tol Island, Chuuk State (FSM) -- 7. Excerpt from a bino (sitting dance) called "Nga rurue, itina ngkai" and performed by ItitinKiribati Dance Troupe, Betio islet, Tarawa island, Kiribati -- 8. A wuur called "Wuuruleemwéch me sap leemwéch" from Pollap Island, Chuuk State (FSM) -- 9. Tubuan song "Akuka." Tolai language, East New Britain province, Papua New Guinea -- 10. Siac labaulon "Amsa lalona," synchronous kundu playing Kovai language, Morobe province, Papua New Guinea -- 11. [Celebration song], non-synchronous kundu playing Eastern Highlands province (possibly Yagaria language), Papua New Guinea -- 12. Kokobo mouth bow "Sitoa" (Chicken). Timputz language, Autonomous region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea -- 13. "Mato Are Inau: land is my property" -- 14. "West Papua (Merdeka mix)" (featuring Ngaiire) -- 15. "Chóón Micronesia" ("Micronesians") performed on Weno Island by a children's school group at the first district-wide song competition in Chuuk, October 31 1957 -- 16. Harmonica solo (muusik) from Chuuk (FSM) -- 17. Harmonica solo from a Palauan matmatong (marching dance) -- 18. Excerpt from a maas (marching dance) from Ettal Island, Mortlock Islands, Chuuk (FSM) -- 19. Excerpt from a Japanese popular song from drubbings given to Barbara B. Smith in 1963 by WSZB, Radio Palau -- 20. Kyrie excerpt from a requiem mass performed in Chuuk for U.S. President John F. Kennedy -- 21. Excerpt from a Chuukese song (kéén) -- 22. Blasius ToUna "Kunai dumdum" -- 23. Portion of a hīmene tārava rehearsal in Papara, Tahiti -- 24. Section of an 'ōte'a performed for the Heiva competitions by the professional troupe Heikura Nui
  • 25. Pehe rhythmic pattern "Pahae" performed by Timi Taupua -- 26. Samples of three Tahitian hymns from the Protestant church in Pūeu -- 27. Section of sacred hīmene tārava "'Ā'amu nā Iesu ē", -- 28. Excerpt from the Chuukese hymn "Nupwen néwún aramas" ("When the Son of Man") sung by the congregation of Berea Evangilical Church in Chuuk (FSM) -- 29. Excerpt from the itang recitation "Worofes" -- 30. A Chuukese kéénún namanam (Christian song) sung by youth at Berea Evangelical Church in Chuuk (FSM) -- 31. Kuakumbu flutes "Dingi goglom" -- 32. Pelongk village Sunday school "Milenyum i kam wetem strong challenges" (The millennium brings serious challenges) -- 33. Salvesen ami hymn "Marching on" -- 34. Salvesen ami hymn "O brother, stay awake" -- 35. "Namsu (Master Key) The Noisy Boys, Vamuatu -- 36. "Gel Pentecost" by Tokotakia/Souwia String Band, Vanuatu -- 37. "Naike" by Hausboi, Papua New Guinea -- 38. "Kisim Taim" by P2-UIF, Papua New Guinea -- 39. Excerpt from a guitar and ukulele accompanied entertainment song (hīmene 'arearea) -- 40. Guitar and ukulele accompanied pāta'uta'u -- 41. "Pakakina" (Marie Mariterangi, Ed. Manuiti -- Sacem) performed by Tiare Ngapata Group -- 42. Excerpt from a Chuukese kéénún núkún (love song) sung by Aki Aniol -- 43. 'Aparima dance song "To'u ora no 'oe" (Raphael Tehiva, Ed. Manuiti -- Sacem) performed by Coco Hotalhota's Temaeva troupe -- 44. "Moale" (a cappella) by Tatana Village Choir, Papua New Guinea -- 45. "Moale" by Vada and the Tatana Village Choir, Papua New Guinea -- 46. "Taporak" garamut slit drum rhythm of Baluan Island, Manus Province, Papua New Guinea -- 47. Excerpt from a delal a ngloik (mother dance) from Palau -- 48. A kéénúm etiwetiw (welcome song) called "Áách kapwongen etiwa áámi" ("Our welcome greetings to you all") from Moch Island, Mortlock Islands Chuuk (FSM) -- 49. A Chuukese song from a Catholic tééchap (fundraising competition)
Control code
ocn723530589
Dimensions
22 cm +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
xxvii, 195 pages
Isbn
9780199733408
Lccn
2011020164
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
sound disc
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780199733408
  • (OCoLC)723530589
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Music in Pacific Island cultures : experiencing music, expressing culture, Brian Diettrich, Jane Freeman Moulin, Michael Webb
Link
Publication
Accompanying material
1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.).
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Diversity in Pacific Island musics -- Music and colonial experiences -- Musical expressions of the sacred -- Music and global flows -- Music, performance, and representation
  • CD Track List -- 1. Marquesan topical song (rari) from Fatu Hiva -- 2. Action song (kapa) from Hikueru, Tuāmotu Islands -- 3. Section of a pe'i performed by the Mangareva delegation to the Heiva -- 4. Hawaiian mele hula "Kāwika" performed by kumu hula Victoria Holt Takamine -- 5. Excerpt from a Yapese gasalaew (male group dance) -- 6. Excerpt from an echiwechiw (lullaby) sung by Fuchiko Pasen from Tol Island, Chuuk State (FSM) -- 7. Excerpt from a bino (sitting dance) called "Nga rurue, itina ngkai" and performed by ItitinKiribati Dance Troupe, Betio islet, Tarawa island, Kiribati -- 8. A wuur called "Wuuruleemwéch me sap leemwéch" from Pollap Island, Chuuk State (FSM) -- 9. Tubuan song "Akuka." Tolai language, East New Britain province, Papua New Guinea -- 10. Siac labaulon "Amsa lalona," synchronous kundu playing Kovai language, Morobe province, Papua New Guinea -- 11. [Celebration song], non-synchronous kundu playing Eastern Highlands province (possibly Yagaria language), Papua New Guinea -- 12. Kokobo mouth bow "Sitoa" (Chicken). Timputz language, Autonomous region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea -- 13. "Mato Are Inau: land is my property" -- 14. "West Papua (Merdeka mix)" (featuring Ngaiire) -- 15. "Chóón Micronesia" ("Micronesians") performed on Weno Island by a children's school group at the first district-wide song competition in Chuuk, October 31 1957 -- 16. Harmonica solo (muusik) from Chuuk (FSM) -- 17. Harmonica solo from a Palauan matmatong (marching dance) -- 18. Excerpt from a maas (marching dance) from Ettal Island, Mortlock Islands, Chuuk (FSM) -- 19. Excerpt from a Japanese popular song from drubbings given to Barbara B. Smith in 1963 by WSZB, Radio Palau -- 20. Kyrie excerpt from a requiem mass performed in Chuuk for U.S. President John F. Kennedy -- 21. Excerpt from a Chuukese song (kéén) -- 22. Blasius ToUna "Kunai dumdum" -- 23. Portion of a hīmene tārava rehearsal in Papara, Tahiti -- 24. Section of an 'ōte'a performed for the Heiva competitions by the professional troupe Heikura Nui
  • 25. Pehe rhythmic pattern "Pahae" performed by Timi Taupua -- 26. Samples of three Tahitian hymns from the Protestant church in Pūeu -- 27. Section of sacred hīmene tārava "'Ā'amu nā Iesu ē", -- 28. Excerpt from the Chuukese hymn "Nupwen néwún aramas" ("When the Son of Man") sung by the congregation of Berea Evangilical Church in Chuuk (FSM) -- 29. Excerpt from the itang recitation "Worofes" -- 30. A Chuukese kéénún namanam (Christian song) sung by youth at Berea Evangelical Church in Chuuk (FSM) -- 31. Kuakumbu flutes "Dingi goglom" -- 32. Pelongk village Sunday school "Milenyum i kam wetem strong challenges" (The millennium brings serious challenges) -- 33. Salvesen ami hymn "Marching on" -- 34. Salvesen ami hymn "O brother, stay awake" -- 35. "Namsu (Master Key) The Noisy Boys, Vamuatu -- 36. "Gel Pentecost" by Tokotakia/Souwia String Band, Vanuatu -- 37. "Naike" by Hausboi, Papua New Guinea -- 38. "Kisim Taim" by P2-UIF, Papua New Guinea -- 39. Excerpt from a guitar and ukulele accompanied entertainment song (hīmene 'arearea) -- 40. Guitar and ukulele accompanied pāta'uta'u -- 41. "Pakakina" (Marie Mariterangi, Ed. Manuiti -- Sacem) performed by Tiare Ngapata Group -- 42. Excerpt from a Chuukese kéénún núkún (love song) sung by Aki Aniol -- 43. 'Aparima dance song "To'u ora no 'oe" (Raphael Tehiva, Ed. Manuiti -- Sacem) performed by Coco Hotalhota's Temaeva troupe -- 44. "Moale" (a cappella) by Tatana Village Choir, Papua New Guinea -- 45. "Moale" by Vada and the Tatana Village Choir, Papua New Guinea -- 46. "Taporak" garamut slit drum rhythm of Baluan Island, Manus Province, Papua New Guinea -- 47. Excerpt from a delal a ngloik (mother dance) from Palau -- 48. A kéénúm etiwetiw (welcome song) called "Áách kapwongen etiwa áámi" ("Our welcome greetings to you all") from Moch Island, Mortlock Islands Chuuk (FSM) -- 49. A Chuukese song from a Catholic tééchap (fundraising competition)
Control code
ocn723530589
Dimensions
22 cm +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
xxvii, 195 pages
Isbn
9780199733408
Lccn
2011020164
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
sound disc
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780199733408
  • (OCoLC)723530589
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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