Music and dance of teachers and children, from Flores.
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Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi in Flores, Indonesia, on the 8 January 1990 at 11am. Musicians from Bajawa, Flores, Kabupaten Ngada, East Nusa Tenggara. Side A Track information: 09 Tari Tea-Eku (teachers play, children dance); 10 Laba-Buu (tari perang). Side B (damaged: unrecorded): Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi in Timor, Indonesia, on the 19 January 1990. Musician is Henrik M. Uly, b. Pulan, Sabu, PDU Hall. Track information: 01 Sasando gong, Pehelan Ade (one, hati); 02 Akatuerefa, sombong karena kara, take mau makan jagung, 03: Jila Puru Ratu, sasando gong = sasando pentatones. Notes: Tape is damaged, unable to be digitised. Kupang, Wedu, 17:00, A. Sasando gong, Sabu (s. style); B. West Sumba - Talla Bedu (Talla = 6 larger gongs, bedu=drum); C. Sasando Biola - Kupang style.