figureposted on 2017-06-02, 05:44 authored by Music Archive of Monash UniversityMusic Archive of Monash University, Kartomi, Margaret J., Kartomi, Hidris
For male participants. A pair of Angkola men demonstrating the Angkola art of self defence (Poncak). Titibatang refers to type of weapon - wooden or bamboo (titi) stick/stalk (batang) - used in the dance. It may be performed without accompaniment. If accompaniment is used, the instruments are usually double-headed drums or frame drums. Copyright 1978. Notes prepared by Bronia Kornhauser with Margaret Kartomi, School of Music-Conservatorium, Monash University. Photography by Hidris Kartomi.
Collector/donorMargaret J. Kartomi
Geographic locationSumatra -- North Sumatra -- Town of Padang Sidempuan
PoncakMonash University. Faculty of Arts. School of Music-Conservatoriummonash:7587Kornhauser, BroniaSelf-defenceWoodAngkolaDrumsBambooSumatra -- North Sumatra -- Kabupaten (Regency) Tapanuli Selatan -- Kecamatan Kotanopan -- Town of Padang SidempuanTitibatang1959.1/50868Digital HumanitiesPerforming ArtsEthnic Studies