124 p. Includes: illustrations, diagrams, bibliography. Includes bibliographical references. Articles: Air, fire, sound: The Construction and use of trumpets and drums int he border mountains (Bernard Juillerat), The history of the bamboo band in Bougainville (Nixon Kemoi), The voice of the bamboo (Gregory Topurua), The revival of the ancient Kanak flute (Raymond Ammann), Myth and music in a middle Sepik vilage (Gordon Spearitt & Jürg Wassmann), Anglican liturgical music and the movement toward indenization (Spencer Kombega) 0.0. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Kulele 2: Occasional Papers on Pacific Music...
Publisher: Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies
Publication Date: 1996
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, 1996. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 124 pp., illustrations, maps, bibliography. Contents: Air, fire, sound: The construction and use of trumpets and drums in the Border Mountains (Papua New Guinea); The history of the bamboo band in Bougainville; The voice of the bamboo; A revival of the ancient Kanak flute; Myth and music in a Middle Sepik village; Anglican liturgical music and the movement towards indigenization; Book review: An annotated bibliography of Oceanic music and dance by Mervyn McLean. Seller Inventory # 9980680350IPNGS101318