mediaposted on 18.11.2021, 01:18 authored by Traditional Musicians, Lynette Moore
Tape PP1B Genderang: Salak, 16-11-80, Gereja HKBP & Kerongcong Pak Pak: 17-11-80 7. Ende-Ende Anak Peranaksim/Bago 8. Ende-Ende Permuro Bodat 9. Ende-Ende Anak Melurrang 10. Ende-Ende Tiris Lae Bangkuding 11. Ende-Ende Tang Tang Na Kita Berjuma 12. Ende-Ende Lolo-Lolo Ate 13. Ende-Ende Lua Luang Nisige 14. Ende-Ende Tungkuk Galu Sikah 15. Ende-Ende Merkade Ko Merhenden 16. Ende-Ende Keleliling Tanah Dairi 17. Ende-Ende Tang-Tang Na Kita Berjump 18. Ende-Ende Pos Ne Ukur Ni Lots of crossed out piece names on cassette notes. Music starts with percussion (gong-chimes, drums, etc.) with occasional vocal announcements in background. From ~11:30 a different type of music begins, including a flute and bowed stringed instrument accompanied by a drum and clappers (Kerongcong). ~20:00 Western diatonic (implied) harmonies are clearly perceivable. Also, a ukulele-like instrument can be heard from this point on. From ~33:30 a female voice joins in. From ~37:30, two (?) male voices sing a song with light accompaniment from clappers and a ukulele-like instrument. There are occasional breaks between segments of music. There are some spoken introductions. Segments are too unclear to definitively split up clips by discography on cassette cover.