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NameDalabon materials
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TypeMedia
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ContributorMufeng
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Added to System2023-11-05 00:52:27
Updated in System2023-11-05 00:52:27
Subject linguistics, language, PARADISEC
Creator
PublisherNicholas Evans
Contactadmin@paradisec.org.au
Citation
DOI
Source URLhttps://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DAL003
Linkbackhttps://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DAL003
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LicenseOpen (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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Latitude
-13.704
Longitude
133.936
Start Date
2009-06-24
End Date
2009-06-24

Description

An interview at Weemol, N.T., with Maggie Tukumba, by Nicholas Evans and Linda Barwick, regarding various musical matters, especially regarding the performances and intellectual property surrounding the Bongolinj-bongolinj compositions of Djorli (Jolly) Laywanga. Also present in the discussion was Margaret Katherine and Marie Brennan (sister of Queenie Brennan).

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ID
DAL003-20090624LB03
Languages
Ngalkbun - ngk
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Nicholas Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc4684
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DAL003/20090624LB03
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DAL003/20090624LB03
Created At
2023-11-05 00:52:27
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:41

Details

Latitude
-13.704
Longitude
133.936
Start Date
2007-06-02
End Date
2007-06-02

Description

The original recording was made by Allan Marett at Beswick, Northern Territory on 20070602, from Jimmy Weson (sometimes spelled Weason), who was the half-brother of Djorli Laywanga and performed with him on many occasions. The context for the recording was a fieldtrip to Katherine, Barunga, Beswick and Weemol, made by Marett, Linda Barwick and Nicholas Evans, recording song materials from knowledgeable performers (including JW) but also playing back to them recordings of Djorli Laywanga and other Bongolinj-Bongolinj practitioners made by Allan Marett in the 1980s. In this recording Jimmy Weson tells of how his brother Djorli had gone to the graveyard and lay down next to the grave of a newly-buried woman from the Arafura coast in order to hear, and learn, the songs of the spirits as they sang out to her spirit to join them. The following year NE made a first-pass transcription 14-15/7/2008, checked with Queenie Brennan 17/7/2008, then given a final check with Manuel Pamkal in Katherine, March 2022.

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ID
DAL003-20070602AM03
Languages
Ngalkbun - ngk
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Nicholas Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc4685
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DAL003/20070602AM03
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DAL003/20070602AM03
Created At
2023-11-05 00:52:27
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:41
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