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NameAudio and songs from Papua New Guinea and Samoa
DescriptionAudio recordings from Papua New Guinea and Samoa. Areas and languages include Mekeo, Manus, Motu, Sepik, Mila Mila, Manam, Mambu also Pidgin and Samoan. Data includes songs, radio recordings, music, and interviews. Files held in University of Wollongong Archives: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665
TypeMedia
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ContributorMufeng
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Added to System2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated in System2023-11-05 00:46:50
Subject linguistics, language, PARADISEC
Creator
PublisherPercy Cochrane
Contactadmin@paradisec.org.au
Citation
DOI
Source URLhttps://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5
Linkbackhttps://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5
Date From
Date To
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Latitude From
Longitude From
Latitude To
Longitude To
Language
LicenseOpen (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Usage RightsOpen (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Date Created (externally)

Details

Latitude
-2.191165
Longitude
147.1105
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Recorded by P.N. CochraneCUT 1 Sinal Dance - Ceremonial dance of welcome (including harangue in Pidgin). Recorded on occasion of visit of Duke of Edinburgh. Manus Island (3' 20")CUT 2 Conoe Dance - Performed on occasion of visit of Duke of Edinburgh. Manus Island (2' 55") Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated ItemURL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3243 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-001
Languages
Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0bd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/001
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/001
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-2.230505
Longitude
147.1295
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Recorded by P.N. Cochrane Salt Water Manus people. Refer to Oral History Tape for fuller description. CUT 1 Massed garamuts with shouts CUT 2 Delivery of a canoe CUT 3 Reintroduction of child to clan CUT 4 Lament for death of a Picannini CUT 5 Lullaby (with child crying) CUT 6 Women's song. Coming of first European CUT 7 Men's song Meri Massalai (sea witch) CUT 8 Children's song "Pushing the moon up" CUT 9 Canoe song (Nok elders) CUT 10 Women's farewell song CUT 11 Repeat of Theme (Massed garamuts) Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/1 Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3238 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-002
Languages
English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0be
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/002
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/002
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-2.076822
Longitude
146.8655
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

The Solwara Manus (Saltwater Manus - The Garamuts of Admiralty Island). 13th September 1974. P.N. Cochrane. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3239 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-003
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0bf
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/003
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/003
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-1.9448965
Longitude
147.327
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Recording is patially discussed as tape 46 in 160/6/1 script. CUT 1 Single Garamut CUT 2 Garamut CUT 3 Multiple Garamut CUT 4 Invitation to Feast (Garamut) CUT 5 Dance Movement - shout (Garamut) CUT 6 Counting Food CUT 7 Mourning Song CUT 8 New House CUT 9 Men Massalai CUT 10 Shark Incant CUT 11 Ghost Song - For Night CUT 12 Fighting Song CUT 13 Victory CUT 14 Sinal Dance CUT 15 Canoe Song Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/1 Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3181 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-004
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/004
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/004
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Manus - Sori No 1

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-2.1206325
Longitude
147.151
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

CUT 1 Story (P. Cochrane) - Making of Manus Canoe CUT 2 Actuality - Delivery of Canoe CUT 3 Actuality - Reintroduction of Picanninny to village CUT 4 Guitars - Mosquito Song CUT 5 Women's Song - Lament For Death of Picanninny CUT 6 Lullaby CUT 7 Actuality - Lombrum Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3182 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-005
Languages
English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/005
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/005
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Manus children songs

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-1.966868
Longitude
146.9095
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

This recording has two sides of material. Side 2: Unknown cuts of music. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3184 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-006
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/006
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/006
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.584
Longitude
145.506
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Speaker Percy Cochrane Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/2 Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3246 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-007
Languages
English - eng, Fore - for
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/007
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/007
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.584
Longitude
145.506
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/2

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-008
Languages
Fore - for
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/008
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/008
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.584
Longitude
145.506
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/2

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-009
Languages
Fore - for
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/009
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/009
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Forei - The Ghost Wind

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.584
Longitude
145.506
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/2

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-010
Languages
Fore - for
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/010
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/010
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.3085
Longitude
146.586
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert. CUT 1 Whistle L.C.CUT 2 Love Duet (man and woman) CUT 3 Conversation (man and woman - prelim. To love making) CUT 4 Love solo (Tai-ita) CUT 5 Opening Dance ( Maisi - slow theme) CUT 6 Excitement Dance CUT 7 Goilala Garina Okari CUT 8 Nabau Ronabau CUT 9 Toripe - Love Charm CUT 10 Mada - Motu Fertility CUT 11 Kitoro - Rigo (Gaile) CUT 12 Conversation (2 girls, prelude to love) CUT 13 Conversation (man and woman - bride price) CUT 14 Whistled Love Chant CUT 15 Ambush Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/3 - Item 2 Some cuts used in this script pages: Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3240 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-011
Languages
English - eng, Mekeo - mek
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/011
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/011
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.3085
Longitude
146.586
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/3 - Item 2 Some cuts used in this script

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-012
Languages
Mekeo - mek
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/012
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/012
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.3085
Longitude
146.586
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

[Possibly a duplicate reel to D160/5/12] Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/3 - Item 2 Some cuts used in this script. Mekeo love charm narrated by Renata Cochrane. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3247 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-013
Languages
English - eng, Mekeo - mek
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0c9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/013
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/013
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.3085
Longitude
146.586
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (1). P.N. Cochrane - Papuan Songs from Mekeo and Rigo subdistrict, recorded 1950's. Tape 3 MekeoCUT 1 Kereupum Dance Theme (with KUNOTS)CUT 2 Mekeo song of victory (rolling drums)CUT 3 Mekeo song of welcome (rolling drums)CUT 4 Mekeo courting song (duet)CUT 5 Mekeo whistled love charmCUT 6 Conversation (in Mekeo) between two girls decorating themselves with flowers before a feast CUT 7 Mekeo feast songCUT 8 Mekeo sorcerers' incantation spoken over a 6 month old baby to strengthen its legsCUT 9 Mekeo traditional love song (male solo)CUT 10 Traditional Mekeo song always sung at dusk.CUT 11 Mekeo song invitation to a feast. We are the Moru people come to the land and we will sing together.CUT 12 Mekeo trading song - We would like to make a market. (Sung to the people of another clan or tribe).CUT 13 Mekeo Women's work song - Making Sago (village child in background).CUT 14 Mekeo harvest song to be sung only when the Sweet potato, yam taro and bananas harvest is complete.CUT 15 Mekeo incantation - Sung over a canoe load of dancers setting of to visit a distant village for a sing song.CUT 16 Mekeo Love Song - Duet for male and female voices.CUT 17 Speech of thanks in Mekeo. A young mother thanks the village women for their help during her first child's birth.CUT 18 Rigo Kitoro (sung in Gaile village in Motu, not Sinangaro because Gaile is on the border of the two subdistricts. This is the most popular dance theme on the whole coast.CUT 19 Rigo Hunter's Song of Triumph (to be sung only when the hunters have killed more than 50 wallabies).CUT 20 Mada - a Motuan song there may be sung only after numerous bandicoots have appeared in the gardens. This ensures a large harvest. Sung by a combination of Motu and Doura people. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3185 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-014
Languages
English - eng, Mekeo - mek
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0ca
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/014
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/014
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.3085
Longitude
146.586
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

This recording comprises 11 cuts, with commentary by Percy Cochrane. 1. A Mekeo Love Song. This is a woman's love song whilst waiting for a man -- 2. Some conversation -- 3. A love song [?] -- 4. Repeat of cut 2 -- 5. A conversation between two girls as they decorate themselves with flowers -- 6. A man's love song -- 7. A Mekeo whistling love charm -- 8. Moto sequence [Called Cut 1 on recording] -- 9. Same love song [?] 10 Background conversation -- 11. Trying to get a picaninny to speak. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3186 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-015
Languages
English - eng, Mekeo - mek
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0cb
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/015
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/015
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.3085
Longitude
146.586
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

[reel not housed in any casing]

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-016
Languages
Mekeo - mek
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0cc
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/016
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/016
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.15381
Longitude
146.891
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1) Recording sheet from the Australian Broadcasting Commission. Recorded on 1/2/1971(?). mBegins: "When the children..." Ends: "...our dances". Commentary for "The Hiri" Written and narrated by P.N. Cochrane.A description of the traditions and customs of the Motu people relating to the sea voyages of the Hiri trading expeditions to the Gulf of Papua (NB: More references to Motu history on Oral History Tape). Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3248 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Motuan Hiri Coast, Central Province. (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-017
Languages
English - eng, Motu, Hiri - hmo
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0cd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/017
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/017
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1) Intro. Sepik District. Sepik River. Fore' flutes. Jews harp. NARMA - married flues. POLPOLIT - women's song from Manus. Manus feast song. Talk by Michael Somare - PM's visit. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3187 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-018
Languages
English - eng, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0ce
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/018
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/018
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-7.822
Longitude
164.9005
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (1). Recorded by P.N. CochraneManu Manu Children's Singing GamesCUT 1-3 Singing games adapted from Samoan (taught by Samoan missionaries)CUT 4 Traditional singing games.CUT 5 Girls accuse young men of eating fish they have caught.CUT 6 Young men must look after their sisters while they are young. Later they will have their reward.CUT 7 Tug of war songCUT 8 Song learnt from Manus fisher man (a Fisheries Instructor)CUT 9 Another Manus SongCUT 11 Another Manus SongCUT 12 2 Prophet songsPLUS HIRI RECAPITULATIONFirst step is to go up Vanapa (River) and cut canoe logs. Before this there is a village meeting which men who are going to take part place axes in pile. An elder describes (in Motu) what will happen (good sequence strong voice) [Notes by P.N. Cochrane on recording sheet].

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-019
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG, Samoa - WS
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0cf
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/019
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/019
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.831635
Longitude
166.834
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (2). Papua 3. CUT 1: Children's flute songs from the Samoan and Raratonga - Bloody dreadful use only for contrast with own culture. CUT 2: Motuan Children's song - two group on reef shell fishing. Boys care giver. Girls sing this song. CUT 3: Manu Manu Children's song. Song for teasing their older brother. They accuse the men of catching fish, beaching the canoes, cooking and eating the fish and bringing none home. CUT 4: Children's song from M/M (Manu Manu). Children tell older brothers that when they marry they'll have to look after them and have reward later. Offic...(?) village ...(?) and whistle. CUT 5: Children's song M/M (Manu Manu). Sung by girls while boys stage mock tug of war. CUT 6: Children. Transplanted from Manus - A Manus fisherman's song. CUT 7: (crossed out) Another Manus fishing song with clapping. Deleted. CUT 7: Still another Manus song introduced by ...(?) fisheries officer. CUT 8 HIRI Recapitulation. a) First step is to go up Vanupa (?) and cut canoe logs. Before this there is a village meeting at which men who are going to take part place axes in pile. An elder describes (in Motu) what will happen. Then it happens. (Good sequence strong voices). Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3188 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-020
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG, Samoa - WS
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/020
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/020
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.133135
Longitude
146.8715
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Recorded by P.N. CochraneHiri Expedition from Manu ManuDiscussion and enactment of Hiri customs and ritual songs by participants of forth coming Hiri voyage (in Motu). Interpretation and comments by Murray Groves. (anthropologist) and P.N. Cochrane. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3249 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Motuan Hiri Coast, Central Province. (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-021
Languages
English - eng, Motu, Hiri - hmo
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/021
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/021
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.18968
Longitude
146.9055
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

1954 Hiri Expedition Explanations of procedures and rituals in Motu. English commentary by P.N. Cochrane. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3250 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Motuan Hiri Coast, Central Province. (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-022
Languages
English - eng, Motu, Hiri - hmo
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/022
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https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/022
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Manu Manu songs

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-8.909075
Longitude
146.72
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1). CUT 1 'Mada' from Manu Manu village. Women leads joined by mixed chorus - skin drums.CUT 2 "Nabasu Ronabau' Songs from Manu Manu about making love. Female lead & chorus, skin drums.CUT 3 'Koilala Karun- o Kari'!: Song about refusing to carry cargo for Administration patrol.CUT 4 'Naibana' a feast son Manu Manu village. Mixed choir/drums.CUT 5 'Govina' feast song sung at commencement of feast while waiting for other villages guests to come. CUT 6 Ake Vaila (Feast Song) Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3189 Redefined Map to Papuan Coastal Region/Village to Manu Manu, Kairuku-Hiri District, in Central Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-023
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/023
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/023
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.49209
Longitude
148.019
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (1)Tape 1CUT 1 Kairuku sub-district dance song Mekeo. Heavy drumming/good mixed choir & lead voice.CUT 2 Mekeo dance theme from Matla village duet male/female lead & mixed choir & drumsCUT 3 'Mads' (fertility dance) from Doura village central district. Drum roll female voice & chorus/ variety of drum rhythm.CUT 4 Kairuku subdistrict fast dance theme mixed choir/strong drumCUT 5 Hula (central district) turtle catching song - mixed choirCUT 6 Manu-Manu village Hiri songs - (i), (ii), (iii) old men & mixed chorus/kundu & sidi drums.(iv) Sacred song for return - male voice opens women join in Kundu & Sidi.CUT 7 Kunimaipa (Mountains) song make voicesCUT 8 Rigo Kitoro - Mixed choir plus Kundu drums. Sinangaro and Gaile villages.CUT 9 Kuni Love Song (duet) Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3190 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Papuan Coast, Central Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-024
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/024
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/024
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.171745
Longitude
147
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (1) Tape 2CUT 1 'Mada' from Manu Manu village. Women leads joined by mixed chorus - skin drums.CUT 2 "Nabasu Ronabau' Songs from Manu Manu about making love. Female lead & chorus, skin drums.CUT 3 'Goilala Garun- ogari: Song about refusing to carry for Administration patrol.CUT 4 'Naibana' a feast son Manu Manu village. Mixed choir/drums.CUT 5 'Govina' feast song sung at commencement of feast while waiting for other villages guests to come.CUT 6 Missing from sequenceCUT 7 Manu Manu dance song - Meaning unknown; male & female voices.CUT 8 Mekeo love song (sung by Taita) waiting for loved one to come adapted (country/western style).CUT 9 Male/female conversation in Roro language between loving couple.CUT 10 Mekeo love duet sung as couple walk together.CUT 11 Same as 10 but sung by Tai-ita (girl) as a solo.CUT 12 Conversation between 2 girls decorating each other to attract men.CUT 13 Whistled love charm Mekeo origin.CUT 14 Motu love song sung by Avia (girl).CUT 15 Same as 14 as duet Avia/Vagi.CUT 16 Conversation in Motu (use for background) Avia/Vagi.CUT 17 Avia & child conversation - take betel nut to Vagi.CUT 18 Child delivers betel nut to Vagi.CUT 19 Avia & Vagi laughing, talking fondly. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3191 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Hiri Motu, Mekeo Kairuku, Central Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-025
Languages
English - eng, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Mekeo - mek, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/025
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/025
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Sepik - Kuminibus

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.17232
Longitude
143.0975
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (1). Music From Sepik district. CUT ! Garramut CUT 2 Head Hunters' Song (with Pigin explanation) CUT 3 Song before initiation (Skin drums and leg rattles) CUT 4 Song for incision CUT 5 KUMINIBUS Yodel CUT 6: Women's Song (KUMINIBUS) CUT7 Yam Song Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3192 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Aibom, Kuminibus, Maprik, East Sepik Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-026
Languages
English - eng, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/026
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/026
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-3.91881
Longitude
143.043
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

MID- SEPIK - Recorded October 1955Tape 1B SepikCUT 1 Sing Sing Bilong Pait (war chant) song of Victory after return of a raiding party to its village. The singing is interluded with menaces and imprecations.CUT 2 Wanyan - Song with flutes and drums sung by Nelligan villagers - a yam harvest festival song.CUT 3 Pig Hunting Song a) The Rounding-up of the pig b) The Killing of the pig c) The Triumphant return to the villageCUT 4 Cassowary Hunting Song. A song descriptive of the capture of a giant cassowary (Muruk in Pidgin) in the jungle. NOTE: A cassowary is usually maimed, not killed, so that the meat will remain fresh.CUT 5 "Wanyan" Yam Harvest Song. This is one song from a long series sung specifically when the yams are carried in from the gardens. The yams (up to 30 lbs in weight and 8' long) are first laid out in pile in the village where there is no spirit house. The grower then sings this song while he selects the very best for display outside the Hanus Tamburan during the Yam Festival. MaprikCUT 6 Wanyan Song Cycle (cont). The singers are accompanied by drone pipes also called wanyan.CUT 7 Wanyan Song Cycle (cont)CUT 8 Wanyan Dron PipesCUT 9 Chapingwara songs sung by small boys while keeping pigs out of the gardens at night. The songs have a strong erotic content i.e. description of girls' physical attractions; foreskin after an erection; narrative of a woman who wouldn't come down a tree.CUT 10 Chapingwara. As above but with women as well as boys singing.CUT 11 Sepik Garamuts - Maprik village. Recorded inside a spirit house or Haus Tambaran. Technically the garamuts being played are huge slit gongs 8' in length, 2 to 3 feet in diameter with carved ends.The players can use two clubs but usually - as here - prefer two poles like billiard cues with which, they tap the tuned edges of the slits.CUT 12 Aibom Head Hunters' Song of Exultation upon return from a successful raid.CUT 13 Aibom Initiation Ceremonial. The song sung before the admission of the boys to the spirit house. The old men smear themselves with greens and charcoal; wear black cassowary palms and leg rattles and dance around the spirit house all night giving a queer back kick on each beat.CUT 14 Initiation ceremonial (cont) from Aibom village spirit House. The song before the incision. ***CUT 15 Kuminibus Village. Yodel call to work.CUT 16 Kuminibus. Women's work song (see also CUT 9) sung while the women sit up all night helping guard the tender yam shoots in a newly planted garden. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3193 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Aibom, Kuminibus, Maprik, East Sepik Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-027
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/027
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/027
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.23529
Longitude
142.986
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (5). Miscellaneous Material from Mid Sepik. By P.N. Cochrane. 1949-1967. CUT 1; Talk in Pidgin by two people from the Ibon(?) village about the Bird of Paradise. CUT 2: Talk in Pidgin about the May fly. CUT 3:Talk in English abou the method used to preserve a head captured from a rival village. Also a song sung for the ceremonial parade of preserved and painted heads. CUT 4: A talk in English about the talking flutes which recount ancient stories ie. the history and legends of this partiular village (Aibom). Eight of the narrow flutes play together. CUT 5: Head Hunter's air for flutes - the flute and drum music is old - passed on by the Tabuna ancestors (speakers grandfather) long dead. The song is the absolute property of Aibom (?) Village. Nobody else may sing itin pain of a punative raid. CUT 6: Talking Flutes (with Pidgin intro) A tune for the competition of a fence. CUT 7 Fighting the Tanget. An actuality recording of a village debate during which 'tanget' leaves are beaten on the ground for emphasis and then knotted to seal a decision agreed upon.CUT 8 History of Aibom village (story in flute music & song). Part of instructions of initiates by village elders. CUT 9 Song from Iambu village (subject unidentified) sung by solo voice with village women in background. CUT 10 Song for building a Spirit House. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3195 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Aibom, Ambunti, Angoram, East Sepik Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-028
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/028
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/028
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.252805
Longitude
143.1965
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Song of the Sepik - Part 1. The mid-Sepik sub-district. Recorded by P.N. Cochrane on 3/12/1973. Recording details customs and traditions such as head hunting and the initiation ceremony. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3251 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Aibom, East Sepik Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-029
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0d9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/029
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/029
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-3.62288
Longitude
143.122
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Song of the Sepik - Part 2. The mid-Sepik sub-district. Recorded by P.N. Cochrane. Recording details customs and traditions such as the initiation ceremony. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3252 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Maprik, East Sepik Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-030
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0da
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/030
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/030
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.145615
Longitude
142.934
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Sepik Songs and Interviews (Sepik Tape 4). This recording comprises three cuts in native language. 1. Crime does not pay -- 2. A health talk from Ambunti on the Sepik River -- 3. Health talk number two from Ambunti. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3196 Redefined Map to Region/Village of Ambunti, East Sepik Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-031
Languages
Tok Pisin - tpi, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0db
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/031
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/031
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.07033
Longitude
143.141
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

CUT 1: Garamut CUT2: Head Hunter's Song of Success CUT 3: War Chant CUT4: Pig Hunt CUT 5 Cassowary Hunt CUT 6: Initiation - Song before Admission CUT 7: Initiation - Song Before Incision CUT 8: Talking Flutes CUT 9: Tabuna's Song CUT 10: Decision to build new H/T (Haus Tambaran) CUT 11: Feast Song Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/4 Item 2 pages:

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-032
Languages
Iwam, Sepik - iws, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

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TLCMap ID
tbd0dc
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/032
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/032
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.179875
Longitude
143.2975
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (2) Recording sheet from the Australian Broadcasting Commission. The music of the Abelam People, Maprik Sub-distrtict, East Sepik District, New Guinea. CUT 1: Yodel CUT 2: Champingwara - Women's work song CUT 3: Fertility song - Promote growth of yams CUT 4: Completion of harvest CUT 5: Completion of new Haus Tambaran CUT 6: Kal - CUT 7: Ngwalundu CUT 8: Drone Pipes CUT 9: Birra CUT 10: Mindja Corresponding radio transcript number D160/6/4 Item 3 pages:

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-033
Languages
English - eng, Iwam, Sepik - iws, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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TLCMap ID
tbd0dd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/033
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/033
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.07584
Longitude
143.303
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert. CUT 1: Sepik garamut CUT 2: Talk (english) How to Prepare a Head CUT 2A: Head Hunter's Song of Success CUT 3: Talk (english) Fighting the Tanget CUT 3A: Fighting the Tanget - actuality CUT 4 War Chant CUT 5: Pig Hunt CUT 6: Cassowary Hunt CUT 7: Yam Harvest - Song of Celebration CUT 8: Garamut (Repeat) CUT 9: Initiation Song (Before Admission) CUT 9A: Initiation Song (Incision) CUT 10: Talking Flutes CUT 11: Talking Flutes CUT 12: Talk (Pidgin) Intro to Tabuna's Song CUT 12A: Tabuna's Song (Head Hunting) CUT 13: Song for decision to build S/H CUT 14: Feast Song - entire village

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-034
Languages
English - eng, Iwam, Sepik - iws, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0de
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/034
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/034
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.470425
Longitude
151.12
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Sound effects for "Mila Mala"Recorded by P.N. Cochrane & Renata Cochrane early 1960'sSound Effects for Mila Mala CUT 1 Yam carriers songs. Male solo, conch shells, whoop, end. CUT 2 Excited voices, village background CUT 3 Trobriand Island dance theme - skin drums men's chorus CUT 4 Village background/conch shells/skin drums CUT 5 Chief's announcement CUT 6 Voices in argument CUT 7 Repeat of chief' announcement CUT 8 Men trying to persuade Sorcerer to commence garden magic CUT 9 Loud shout of rejoicing CUT 10 Garden magic - beating the soil CUT 11 Garden magic - swaying on magic wand CUT 12 Garden magic - song sung by Sorcerer in garden CUT 13 Pan Pipers played as fertility rite CUT 14 Blast of conch shells CUT 15 Garden magic - crowd in garden chant/blow conch shell CUT 16 Yam carries song (as 1) CUT 17 Crowd gathering for festival, drums/conch/men singing in background. CUT 18 Filling the chief's yam house - chant/conch CUT 19 General village background & excited voices CUT 20 Drumming to mark beginning of Mila Mala CUT 21 General village background - men singing/drums CUT 22 Children's' songs CUT 23 Conch shells & drums CUT 24 Dance theme - skin drums, men singing CUT 25 Village background - preparation for Mila Mala CUT 26 Chief's call to stait Mila Mala CUT 27 Drive for expulsion of spirits. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3200 Redefined Map to Trobriand Islands, Milne Bay Province Inferred language of Trobriand Islands is Kilivila (kij) (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-035
Languages
English - eng, Kilivila - kij, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0df
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/035
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/035
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.5275
Longitude
151.057
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1). Mila Mila NBG. Last 6" cut 15ips Trobriand Island customs, particularly garden magic and yam harvest. Written and narrated by P.N. Cochrane. Commentary interspersed with songs and sound effects. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3254 Redefined Map to Trobriand Islands, Milne Bay Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-036
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
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
tbd0e0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/036
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/036
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.500275
Longitude
151.046
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Mila Mala, Trobriand Islands

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-037
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/037
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/037
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.581905
Longitude
151.123
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Radio feature for BBC. Written & Narrated by P.N. Cochrane.Continuous programme on Trobriand Island customs, particularly garden magic and yam harvest. Commentary interspersed with songs and sound effects.

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-038
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/038
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/038
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.614365
Longitude
151.1945
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

None. Possible duplicate of D160/5/38

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-039
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/039
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/039
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.524765
Longitude
150.911
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Mila Mala additional material for "Mila Mala" P.N. CochraneEarly 60's. "Mila Mala" is a continuous feature programme descriptive of life on the Trobriand Islands. The programme opens with a description of garden sorcery and concludes with the expulsion of spirits of the dead from the Island. It includes rare examples of garden magic. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3254 Redefined Map to Trobriand Islands, Milne Bay Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-040
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/040
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/040
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.576535
Longitude
151.0845
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Supplementary sound - Mila Mala - English

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-041
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/041
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/041
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.614465
Longitude
151.1065
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1). Trobriand Islands, 1949 - 67. CUT 1: Talk in English about the Trobriand Islands by Renata Cochrane entitled "Time Forgot the Trobriand Islands". CUT 2: Talk in English with direct quotes. And Amy Lumley tape enttitled "Ma Lumley - "whether or no"" by Renata Cochrane - recorded 14/12/69 Corresponding radio transcript number D160/7/8 (Time Forgot the Trobriand Islands) pages: 8. Corresponding radio transcript number D160/7/22 (Ma Lumley - Whether or no.) pages: 8 Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3245 Redefined Map to Trobriand Islands, Milne Bay Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-042
Languages
English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/042
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/042
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.57111
Longitude
151.117
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

None. Potential duplicate of D160/5/42 Corresponding radio transcript number D160/7/8 (Time Forgot the Trobriand Islands) pages: 8. Corresponding radio transcript number D160/7/22 (Ma Lumley - Whether or no.) pages: 8

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-043
Languages
English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/043
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/043
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-10.233395
Longitude
151.282
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose inserts (3). The Eyebroe Eaters. Sound Effects and Songs. Cuts 25 - 34, Reel 2. CUT 25 (1) A Tobriand Island pig-killing song (This is a duplicate from Reel 1) CUT26 (2) Dance Theme with drums (slow tempo) Sim Sim villiage CUT27 (3) Dance Theme with drums (medium tempo) CUT 28 (4) Children's song - The Lazy Man CUT 29 (5) Sound effects for the bringing in of the pig CUT 30 (6) Dance theme wth drums CUT 31 (7) Love Song as (male - solo, female solo duet) CUT 32 (8) Sad Song - femaile solo - Idova bewails her lost love CUT 33 (9) Sad Song - female solo - Song for the death of a husband CUT 34 (10)Song by family group sung after the return of the spirits from Tuma.

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-044
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/044
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/044
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Mambu Flute Music with commentary

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-045
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0e9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/045
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/045
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
148.5795
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Tape 1 MambuRecorded by P.N. Cochrane at various locations from 1949-1967.CUT 1 Tilotilo flutes (courting) recorded at Riupile village, New Britain district 1953. CUT 2 Drone pipes recorded at Maprik, Nelligan and Melibus villages, Maprik subdistrict of October 1953, John Neve, anthropologist is adviser on two forms of male and female pipes. CUT 3 Same as above with human voices recorded from outside haus Tambran - part of initiation ceremony. CUT 4 AIBOM: flutes which accompany Sepik spirit mythology here up to 8 flutes playing at one time never less than two. Flutes are male & female with qualifying names and are forbidden to women; each tune is identifiable as a distinct ancestry story. CUT 5 CHIMBU: sacred flutes recorded near Aiyura circa 1955 on 'Aihara' flutes. Each pair male & female together and are allocated a specific tune. Tunes are named after birds. Played at Harvest Festival, initiation rites, Funerary rites. CUT 6 Play about flutes. Recorded at Fatima Agricultural College and played by young men in imitation of tradition singing. CUT 7 Incantation for exorcism of ancestor spirit from a tree recorded at Finschafen subdistrict Morebes district 1961. Modern form of active practice of Amimism. CUT 8 Amele Drone pipes used in songs of rejoicing. Used with traditional airs BUT mission inspired words. CUT 9 Okapa - Drive away the spirits of the night. Forei subdistrict Eastern Highlands District home of Kuru (laughing death). Exorcism of the evil spirits of the night causing mystery disease Kuru. CUT 10 Small hole flutes from Manam Island Bogia subdistrict Madang district. "Singing bilong night" recorded on first night of return to Manam after 11 months absence due to island volcano erupting. CUT 11 Large Pan pipes. Siwai Bougainville district. Four linked tubes. Fertility Rites. CUT 12 Small hole flutes. Bogia subdistrict Madang. Song of rejoicing. CUT 13 Manam Island Madang district as for item 10. CUT 14 Small Pan pipes from Kainantu Eastern Highlands District with incantation. Used for Fertility Rites. CUT 15 Bamboo Jews harps. Eastern Highlands District. Solely play about instrument, no ritual significance. CUT 16 Repeat of Item 5NB: Additional information relating to all items on Tape 3A Additional Tapes of recorded music by P.N. Cochrane held at the National Film & Sound Archive, Canberra. Further information on music on Oral History Tape. P.N. Cochrane discusses his work with Hazel De Berg. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3255 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-046
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0ea
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/046
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/046
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (2) Recording Sheet - Australian Broadcasting Commission. Mambu - Bamboo Flutes of Territory of Papua New Guinea.CUT 1: Tilo-tilo: The courting flute of the Tolai people CUT 2: Drone pipes: used in the Wanyan Fertility cycle and as voice of the Tambaran - Kuminibus and heligum (?) villages. Maprik sub-district.CUT 3: Ditto with kinadu (?) CUT 4: Aibom Flutes (the so-called Talking Flutes of the Mid Sepik) Eight flutes more or less simultaniously recount ancestor stories. CUT 5 Aiharu or Narma flutes of the Chimbu and Eastern Highlands. Strictly Tambu (?). Alleged to be the voice of a bird. Used in fertility rites (?), funery rites etc. CUT 6: Morobe flute - playing magical incantationto exorcise ancestor spirit from a tree before felling it. CUT 6A: Another example of the Aibom flutes (Mid Sepik) with skin drum. CUT 7: Amele Giant drone pipes - Madang district. Longest flutes in New Guinea CUT 8: Playabout flutes - Chimbu sub district - a game. Youths imitate trditional songs. Elders guess which song. CUT 9 / 10/11: Flutes with garamut choir. A set of feasting songs. a) Invitation to the feast b) Entra (?)... white people settle down c)Feast song Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3201 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-047
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0eb
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/047
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/047
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Mambu - edited 21.8.75

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Mambu

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-048
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0ec
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/048
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/048
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Mambu Flute Music

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-049
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0ed
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/049
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/049
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.18868
Longitude
144.9975
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose inserts. Manam Islands: Eye Witness Accounts. 12/1/1959. Remarks: Cut 1 to be replaced with Cut 6. Percy suggests the aircraft engine effects to be added to cuts 2 and 4 for added presentation. CUT 1: _(replaced) Description of arrival of the Evacuation fleet by P. Donaldson in English. "My name is..." "...own ground in Mana". CUT 2: Description of Maman from the air by Williams (D.C) in English. "we are approaching..." "...have to be taken off".CUT 3: Description of scene on the beach at Manam by Williams (D.C) in English. "On the beach at..." "...instead of 3781". CUT 4: Description of Manam from the air by Williams (D.C) in Pidgin "Now me stop.." "...Hopi long Bogia". CUT 5: Description of scene on beach at Manam by Williams (D.C) in Pidgin. "Now me come up long table..." "...pinis picconiny long tabeli". CUT 6: Description of arrival of the Evacuation fleet by Danaldson in English "My name is..." "...Time belong all". CUT 7: Description of arrival of Evacuation Fleet by Donaldson in Pidgin. "Now name bolong all..." "...Time bolong all". Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated ItemURL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3256 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-050
Languages
English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0ee
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/050
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/050
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.38007
Longitude
144.998
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1). Manam Island: Health of Evacuees on Bogia Coast. 18/1/1959. CUT 1: Address to Manam people by native medical assistant. "Now you Pella" Manam Islands Tape 7. This recording includes an address to the Manam people in their new villages on Bogia in Pidgin. Also included is an interview with Percy Cochrane and Axim [?], hygiene assistant on the measures taken to ensure the health of the evacuees on Bogia Coast, and a second interview in Pidgin between Axim and T. Tuck on the care taken along the Bogia coastline. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated ItemURL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3257 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-051
Languages
English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0ef
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/051
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/051
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-4.22417
Longitude
145.0285
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert. Interview Manam. Nelson/Cochrane Nelson/ Jo (?) P.N. Cochrane interviews Nelson who was the Volcano logical assistant living on Manam during the time of the evacuation and exile of Manam people. This recording also includes a second interview in Pidgin between T. Tuck and Nelson. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated ItemURL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3258 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-052
Languages
English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/052
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/052
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Music from Papua and New Guinea. 18 August 1959. CUT 1: 4 dancers from Central District of Papua CUT 2: Turtle Catching song - Central District Hula people CUT 3: Hiri Songs Central district Manu Manu village. CUT 4: 3 Kunimaipa Songs Gorilala (?) Sub District. CUT 5: Dance from Rigo - Central District In Kitoro CUT 6: Kuni Songs CUT 7: Fuyuge Songs by Laloki Sisters CUT 8: Sepik district of New Guinea - This is women's songs in yam garden. CUT 9: Garamuts: 3 beaten with pole - rhythmic pattern carries ...(?) 2 head hunting songs - Pidgin Intro - how killed, head brought to village. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3202 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-053
Languages
Motu, Hiri - hmo, Iwam, Sepik - iws, Tok Pisin - tpi, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/053
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/053
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose inserts (2). Insert 1:De La Salle Boys. CUT 1: Recitative and song - "Let the wild echoes flying" Songs sung by the De La Salle Boys, mostly religious, in French and Latin. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3203 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-054
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/054
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/054
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Colin Simpson - various districts

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-055
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/055
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/055
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

"And So She Sang"

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-8.827715
Longitude
146.7115
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Sound and songs for "And so she sang" Sound effects for the feature program 'And So She Sang'. This recording comprises twenty nine cuts. 1. The [?Karapuna] song-- 2. Mekeo song with rattles and drums ending in a shout of victory -- 3. A Mekeo song with rolling drums -- 4. A Mekeo love song, sung by a girl while she is waiting for a man -- 5. Conversation between a Mekeo man and a Mekeo woman -- 6. A love duet between a Mekeo man and a Mekeo woman -- 7. Conversation between two girls as they decorate themselves with flowers -- 8. A whistled love charm -- 9. A Motuan love song sung by a girl -- 10. The same Motuan love song as a duet -- 11. Background conversation between a man and a woman -- 12. A Mekeo feast song -- 13. Mekeo solos that may be suitable for the village fire at evening -- 14. Mekeo dance theme song sung first by a woman than by a man -- 15. Mekeo people cheering quietly, a scene suitable for the girls first steps down the house -- 16. Loud cheering, suitable for the final steps down from the house -- 17. The story teller calls to the people to be quiet and listen to his story -- 18. The magic spoken when a baby is 6 months to strengthen its legs -- 19. An old Mekeo love song as a male solo - 20. A village song sung at dusk -- 21. The Mekeo song, 'we are the Moru people' -- 22. A trading song, 'we would like to have a market' -- 23. A working song, 'Making Sago' -- 24. Sago making again , this time with children's laughter -- 25. A harvest song, sung after harvest -- 26. the magic made as the canoes leave for [?Wyma] -- 27. A love song sung first by the woman and then by the man and the woman -- 28 .A speech of the thanks for the people of the village for looking after the baby -- 29. A [?Garli katoro] a dance song suitable for the village of [?Mura Mura]. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3204 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Mekeo Kairuku, Central Province. Inferred language as Mekeo (mek) (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-056
Languages
English - eng, Mekeo - mek, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/056
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/056
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1 info and script - 13 pages). Footloose in Papua: Music and Effects. THEME (1st Cut) Kerepuna Dance and drums. CUT 1: Motuan Dance. CUT 2: Mekeo dance. CUT 3: Rigo dance (Gaile Kitoro) CUT 4: Not available CUT 5: Not available CUT 6: Old men discussing bride price CUT 7: Mr Robert's talk CUT 8: Men discussing Hiri CUT 9: Men singing as they lash the hulls of the lakatois together. CUT 10: Lakatoi song accompanied by bamboo drum CUT 11 Village girls dancing on the Lakatoi CUT12: Feast for the distribution of the sago. CUT 13: Yam carriers' song - Trobriand Islands CUT 14: Garden music, first stage - Trobraind Islands CUT 15: Garden music, second stage -Trobriand Islands CUT 16: Pan Pipes fertility rite CUT 17: Talk by Mr. Williamson CUT 18: Interview with Father Bachelier CUT 19: Singing and conversation with Fuyuge sisters CUT 20: Jane Timlock - Ken Slater (ecologist) and the taipan CUT 21: St. Paul's choir THEME Kerepuna dance and drums. No copy of script in series 7 - only in box

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-057
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/057
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/057
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (2) - duplicate copies of package deliver from the New Zealand Broadcasting Service. (front box label) Footloose in Papua. Travel documentary by Renata Cochrane. This programme is a 30 minute feature with a wide variety of recorded native music. Montage by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Recording by A.B.C. Port Moresby. Use of native music recordings by permission of Department of Education. No copy of script in series 7 - only in box Corresponding radio transcript number D160/5/58

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-058
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/058
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/058
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-5.75182
Longitude
144.6405
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

None. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3205 Redefined Map and Region/Village to Fatima, Banz of Jiwika Province in Highlands Region. (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-059
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/059
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/059
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-5.058745
Longitude
145.8
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Amele Flutes

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-060
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
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License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/060
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/060
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-8.94923
Longitude
146.769
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1). Recording Sheet for the Programme (Australian Broadcasting Commission). Talk. -"Bird of Paradise Country." by Renata Cochrane. Recorded at Port Moresby on 16/3/1959. Begins: "There are some journeys. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3244 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Hisiu, Kairuku, Central Province. (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-061
Languages
English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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TLCMap ID
tbd0f9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/061
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/061
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Housed in postage box sent from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The Emergence of Women in Papua & New Guinea is made up of three parts: Part 1. Something-Nothing, Part 2. Birth customs and clinics, Part 3. The Pioneers. They are recorded talks with native music by Renata Cochrane, C/o Department of Native Affairs, Port Moresby. Recorded music includes Song of the Kuminibus Women, Music of the Giant Flutes, Aiome Music, Whistled Love Incantation, Waime Lullaby, Love Making Dance...Kerema Women. Interviews by R. Cochrane. Papua General Tape 4. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3242 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-062
Languages
English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0fa
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/062
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/062
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Village Schools

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

2 tracks. None. Choir songs from various village school choirs. Part B. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3207 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-063
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0fb
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/063
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/063
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (5 pages) Begin: "We've live for nine years" The Description of the recording is "The Business of Living in Papua and New Guinea" and is a two-part radio talk (on one recording) with native music and actuality recordings by Renata Cochrane. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3237 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-064
Languages
English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0fc
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/064
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/064
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

None. Pidgin. 3/4/1963

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-065
Languages
Tok Pisin - tpi, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0fd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/065
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/065
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Sorcery in the Berri

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (10. Taped interview with Father Taphanel (?). Housed in plastic bag.

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-066
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd0fe
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/066
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/066
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.57747
Longitude
147.237
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Suffer to be Beautiful is a radio talk written and spoken by Renata Cochrane, recorded in the Port Moresby studio of the Australian Broadcasting Commission. Radio talk described traditional tattoos of Motuan people of the Papuan Coast in the Central Province. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3241 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Motuan Villages on Papuan Coast in Central Province. (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-067
Languages
English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd0ff
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/067
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/067
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-9.52745
Longitude
147.5665
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose Insert (1). Songs for recorded talk "All my Somethings". CUT 1: Rigo Kitoro (to be repeated - see script) CUT 2: Kuni Choir CUT 3: Kuni Lullaby CUT 4: Hula Guitars (low level - do not use) CUT 5: Hula Guitars CUT 6: Papuan Dance Song may be used for introduction if desired) CUT 7: Papuan Dance song (may be used for introduction if desired). Renata Cochrane. Corresponding radio transcript number D160/7/2 All My Somethings. Pages: 6 Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3236 Redefined Map to Region/Village to Central Province (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-068
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd100
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/068
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/068
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Loose insert (1). Additional Sound effects for "Mambu". CUT 1: Invitation to a Feast CUT 2: Flute music played while crowd is assembling (not mentioned in script - to be added if required) CUT 3: Garramuts and flutes - Feast Song. Updated Collection URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665 Updated Item URL: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/3208 (Steven Gagau, March 2018)

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-069
Languages
English - eng, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd101
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/069
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/069
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Ghostwind

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Ghostwind

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-070
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd102
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/070
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/070
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Constitution Day - voice only

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-071
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd103
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/071
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/071
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Unknown

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.973
Longitude
147.7225
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

none. [reel not housed in any casing.]

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-072
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tbd104
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/072
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/072
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38

Details

Latitude
-13.7534
Longitude
-171.9595
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Samoan Songs - Willy and Ghani

Extended Data

ID
D160_5-073
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Samoa - WS
Publisher
Susan Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tbd105
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/073
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5/073
Created At
2023-11-05 00:46:50
Updated At
2023-11-17 15:40:38
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