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Leeden 1 Side A The cassette is a BASF LH-EI 90. It is the first part of an interview with Alex Cornelis van der Leeden (1922-2001) in Jakarta 7-1-1985. The interview was done by some one else but using a question list drawn up by Sjoerd Jaarsma. Lex van der Leeden studied Indology and anthropology in Leiden and in 1952 he was employed by the Dutch government as anthropologist in Dutch New Guinea. From 1952 to 1955 he did research in the Sarmi area. On study leave in 1956 he wrote his thesis...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Lex van der Leeden
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by Freerk Kamma
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Kamma vertelt 4-2 Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is in a Serenade box and dated January 1974. It contains a number of Freerk Kamma used to tell to his students during his lessons. Side A starts with the story “At sunset” on how people express in their myths their reality. At 3’59 a new story starts How I fooled the demons a story about the iron Chinese trader and his daughter, at 13’29 a new story on civil servants and their behaviour called the jetty of...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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Band 134 Side A Band 63 Philips The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. There are no scans nor notes on the kind of tape. It is a compilation of choir songs On side A it starts number of Christian choir songs of unknown origin, there are problems with the sound some songs end abruptly, sometimes it sounds like a button is pushed to enhance the high sounds like on 10’29, it could be recordings of a radio broadcast, also because from time to time one has very short broken of voices in...
Topics: West Papua, Pacific, radio broadcast, RONG with statement prime minister, sounds of nature and...
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A 78 rpm record with a Christian message in the Kapauku language “How to be saved”. Preaching until 1’25 then singing in group in the traditional Kapauku style. On the label is written that the record belonged to Sister Paksoal. The record came to Pace through the reverend H. v. d. Heide. The record is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl ....
Topics: West Papua, Christian, 78 record, Kapauku
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Pouwer 3 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the third part of an interview with Jan Pouwer (21-9-1924 – 21-4-2010) in Nijmegen on 24-2-1988. Jan Pouwer studied Indology and was employed by the Dutch government as anthropologist in West Papua where he was sent to the Mimika area to study the Kamoro. He wrote on this research his thesis Enkele aspecten van de Mimika-cultuur, Den Haag, SDU, 1955, He was a member of the Sterrrengebergte expedition of 1959 and back in the Netherlands he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Pouwer
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van Lochem 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. On the cassette is the interview with Jan Theo van Logchem on 2-7-1987 in Delden. He was civil servant and anthropologist and stayed in West Papua from 1956-1959. His best knowns book is his thesis “ De Argoeniers. Een Papoea-volk in West Nieuw-Guinea”, Schotanus & Jens, Utrecht. 1963. The tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Theo van Logchem
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van Baal 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK AD-C60. It is a recording of an interview with Jan van Baal (25-11-1909 – 9-8-1992) on 8-4-1986 in Doorn. Jan van Baal was a civil servant and governor of Dutch New Guinea. In 1959 after his return from New Guinea he became director of the department of anthropology of the Royal Institute of the Tropics in Amsterdam and professor of anthropology at the universities of Utrecht and Amsterdam. He wrote the still significant book Dema on the Marind Anim....
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan van Baal
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by Freerk Kamma
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Cassette Kamma vertelt 6 Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a Philips FS 90 cassette and same brand box. The tape is dated 28-8-1974 . It contains a lecture and ethnographic stories by Freerk Kamma for his students. On Side A he tells We are strangers and often feel superior, language differences unexpected meanings and expletives, 24'20 Demianus Rumbiak guru, 27''43 construction of the airport near Sorong, 32'45 Ayau islands, pirates, statues soul of the ancestors,...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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Band 168 It is on a Philips CD-R80 with a purple slim jewel case. It is a rather uncritical interview with S. Smit who worked as a missionary medical doctor for the Cama from 1958 for six years. The interview was recorded on 5 June 2007. The CD is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl . CD is 44’03
Topics: West Papua, interview, missionary, medical profession
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Oosterwal 3 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the third part of an interview with Gottfried Oosterwal (8-2-1930 – 9-11-2015) in Utrecht on 7-9-1988. Gottfried Oosterwal worked as a missionary and anthropologist in West Papua. Oosterwal got a ZWO subsidy to do research in the Tor area in 1957-1959. His thesis was People of the Tor. A cultural-anthropological study on the tribes of the Tor territory (Northern Netherlands New-Guinea), van Gorcum, Assen, 1961. He also wrote a popular book...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Gottfried Oosterwal
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nieuwenhuisen 1 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Jan W. van Nieuwenhuijsen and   Corry H. Van Nieuwenhuijsen-Riedeman in Naarden on 11-5-1988. Both are anthropologists and did research in Papua New Guinea in the Suki area bordering West Papua in the south in 1963-1965. Corry H. Van Nieuwenhuijsen-Riedeman got her promotion on the marriage system of the Suki in 1979. Her thesis was “Een zuster voor een vrouw: huwelijk en verwantschap bij de Suki,...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan W. van Nieuwenhuijsen en Corry H. Van Nieuwenhuijsen-Riedeman
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Pouwer 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Jan Pouwer (21-9-1924 – 21-4-2010) in Nijmegen on 24-2-1988. Jan Pouwer studied Indology and was employed by the Dutch government as anthropologist in West Papua where he was sent to the Mimika area to study the Kamoro. He wrote on this research his thesis Enkele aspecten van de Mimika-cultuur, Den Haag, SDU, 1955, He was a member of the Sterrrengebergte expedition of 1959 and back in the Netherlands he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Pouwer
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by Freerk Kamma
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Cassette A Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a cassette Sony HF90 in the same brand box. On the A side is a copy of Tape 1 A and Tape 1 B of the Oegstgeest Freek Kamma collection. It are recordings from Biak, Genjem, Tobati, Vanimo and Radja Ampat. From Biak and its wider influence area are the styles Randan, Munabai and Kajob. Most songs are with tifa accompaniment but also a wood block, arrow and bow as a percussion instrument are used. At 14’30 we hear Freerk...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Biak, Tobati, Guay, Vanimo, Radja Ampat, Joka choir.
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Galis 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Klaas Wilhelm Galis (25-11-1910 – 2-7-1999) in Zeist on 23-3-1989. Klaas Galis studied Indology in Leiden and then became in 1936 a civil servant in the Dutch Indies and was placed in the Benkoelen in Sumatra. During the Second World War he was in a Japanese camp and after the war he was stationed in Manokwari and Fakfak in Dutch New Guinea.  In 1951 he got a job as civil servant for the “Kantoor voor...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Klaas Galis
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Dubbeldam 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Leonard Frederik Bastiaan Dubbeldam (8-12-1933 – 18-4-2017) in The Hague on 28-4-1986. Leo Dubbeldam was a civil servant in Enarotali in the late 1950’s and wrote based on his experiences of that time ‘The devaluation of the Kapauku-cowrie as a factor of social disintegration’, In: New Guinea: The Central Highlands, American Anthropologist, vol.66, no.4, Part 2, 1964. He wrote his thesis on “ The...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Leo Dubbeldam
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Mambesak 5 Side B The cassette is home-made copy of the original publication by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 5 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average to low. The tracks on Side A: 1 Ismari, 2 Aro ero, 3 Wondama, 4 Nyah sami, 5 Any imakiko, 6 Apienim bikoro, 7 Tatamena, 8 Takinenya, 9 Atitani. Side B: I roro kawa, 2...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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Jongenskoor JJVS Teminabuan It is a CD Double Diamond Digital in a 2cd jewel box together with band 163. It is recorded by H. v.d. Heide, probably originally on tape, and it is a recording of the boys choir of the Boys continuation school of Teminabuan. The tape recorder had a malfunction and all songs are distorted by it. The CD is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com...
Topics: West Papua, choir songs, Teminabuan.
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Adatdansen 30 April 1962 Side B The tape is in a red Philips EL 3953 LP box on a Philips spool 7.4 cm and the speed is 4,75 cm/sec. The recording was made by the reverend A.M. Middag. It is a recording of adat danses on 30 April 1962 the Dutch queen festivities during that period near the Sentani lake and a recording of a mission festivity in Jaboy also in April 1962. Side A, the mission festivity, starts with a flute and drum orchestra with the sounds of the public, talking people, a crying...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Sentani, Flut and Drum orchestra, songs, tifa songs,...
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Mambesak 5 Side A The cassette is home-made copy of the original publication by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 5 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average to low. The tracks on Side A: 1 Ismari, 2 Aro ero, 3 Wondama, 4 Nyah sami, 5 Any imakiko, 6 Apienim bikoro, 7 Tatamena, 8 Takinenya, 9 Atitani. Side B: I roro kawa, 2...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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by Aldert Schipper
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Microcassette Side A It is a Sony MC-60 minicassette, speed 1,2 cm/sec. It is an interview made by Aldert Schipper, who wrote for the newspaper Trouw with reverend Erari secretary general of the protestant church of Irian Jaya GKI on 17 October 1986. The article in Trouw based on the interview was published on 20 October 1986. The interview was made during the first meeting ecumenical workgroup for Irian Jaya in Oegstgeest. The interview starts in Dutch but Erari switches to English later. Side...
Topics: West Papua, Anthropology, religion, interview
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Zegwaard Boelaars 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is an interview with Gerard Zegwaard (21-10-1919 – 15-6-1996) and Jan Boelaars (17-2-1915 – 19-6-2004) on 29-9-1987 in Rotterdam. Both were priest in the order of M.S.C. Missionarii Sacratissimi Cordis Iesu or in Dutch Missionarissen van het Heilig Hart. They were active as missionaries in South New Guinea. Gerard Zegwaard became   a priest in 1945 and arrived in West Papua in 1946. He first stayed in the Mimika area from 1946 to...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Gerard Zegwaard, Jan Boelaars
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A 78 rpm record with a Christian message in the Mai Brat language. Mai Sai 1 Apa Dipetjajai Oleh Orang Keristen – Sebelah IV. Preaching until 2’54 then Choir singing western style. The record came to Pace through the reverend H. v. d. Heide. The record is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl . Total time 3’31
Topics: West Papua, Christian, 78 record, Mai Brat
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Peters 3 Amelsvoort 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. On the A side is the third part of an interview with Herman Peters on 22-09-1987 in Maastricht. Herman Peters was a priest and anthropologist. See the Herman Peters for more on him and his recordings. On side B is an interview with Vincent van Amelsvoort (17-10-1931 - 3-4-2001) on 2-6-1987 in Den Bosch. He worked as a medical doctor from 1959 to 1962 in the Asmat area. After his return and promotion he worked in Nigeria and Tanzania. In...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Herman Peters, Vincent van Amelsvoort
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Grootenhuis 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Gerrit Willem Grootenhuis (11-7-1930 – 18-4-2019) in Leiden on 2-3-1989. He was an anthropologist and a photographer. He worked as a civil servant in Dutch New Guinea in the Wissel Lakes area. He wrote at the time: “De "wege"-beweging in Paniai en Oost-Tigi”, Hollandia, Kantoor voor bevolkingszaken, 1960. In 1962 he was employed by the Tropical Museum in Amsterdam. In 1967 he became the...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Gerrit Willem Grootenhuis
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Serpenti 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Laurent M. Serpenti (16-2-1933 - 12-10-2007) on 23 -7-1987 in Maastricht. Serpenti did his promotion research on Kolopom in 1960-1962. He worked later in the Tropical Museum in Amsterdam and in the University of Maastricht. He is best known for his thesis Cultivators in the Swamps. Social structure and horticulture in a New Guinea society. Van Gorcum, Assen, 1965. The tape is part of the audio collection of...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Laurent M. Serpenti
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Serpenti 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Laurent M. Serpenti (16-2-1933 - 12-10-2007) on 23 -7-1987 in Maastricht. Serpenti did his promotion research on Kolopom in 1960-1962. He worked later in the Tropical Museum in Amsterdam and in the University of Maastricht. He is best known for his thesis Cultivators in the Swamps. Social structure and horticulture in a New Guinea society. Van Gorcum, Assen, 1965. The tape is part of the audio collection of...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Laurent M. Serpenti
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Oosterwal 2  Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Gottfried Oosterwal (8-2-1930 – 9-11-2015) in Utrecht on 7-9-1988. Gottfried Oosterwal worked as a missionary and anthropologist in West Papua. Oosterwal got a ZWO subsidy to do research in the Tor area in 1957-1959. His thesis was People of the Tor. A cultural-anthropological study on the tribes of the Tor territory (Northern Netherlands New-Guinea), van Gorcum, Assen, 1961. He also wrote a popular...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Gottfried Oosterwal
H ö weler Side B2 The tape is in a red Philips EL 3914 LP box and on a Philips spool 17,8 cm, speed 9,5 cm/sec and 1,8 cm/sec. It are recording of interviews, radio lectures about islam in South Asia, and medical lessons for nurses. The medical lessons are on channel A 1 and B1, on the low speed of 1,8 cm/sec and the radio lectures on B1 on the speed of 9,5 cm/sec. On A 2 there is first a radio lecture of reverend Gramberg about Buddhism on Sri Lanka, followed at 31’04 by G.E. Meuleman about...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, interview, medical professional
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Band 63 Philips Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. There are no scans nor notes on the kind of tape. It is a compilation of choir songs On side A it starts number of Christian choir songs of unknown origin, there are problems with the sound some songs end abruptly, sometimes it sounds like a button is pushed to enhance the high sounds like on 10’29, it could be recordings of a radio broadcast, also because from time to time one has very short broken of voices in between...
Topics: West Papua, Pacific, radio broadcast, RONG with statement prime minister, sounds of nature and...
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Cassette Vertellingen II Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a Philips SQ I 90 in a box. It contains a number of stories Freerk Kamma used to tell to his students during his lessons. Side A starts with How I fooled demons or the Iron Chinese and his daughter. At 5’52 is the story of the Jetty of Makbon and the jetty of Sorong, at 15’14 People who know better, at 20’29 The witnesses and the spectacle of Kamma, 39’16 translation mistakes, 40’31 The successor....
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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Kamma vertelt 4-1Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. There are no scans or notes of this tape. It contains a number of stories Freerk Kamma used to tell to his students during his lessons. It is probably from November 1973. Side A has as first story How I fooled demons or the Iron Chinese and his daughter but the recording missed the beginning of the story. On 6’05 the story on the jetty of Makbon   and on 11’56 the jetty of Sorong follow. On 15’44 The people who know...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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A 78 rpm record with a Christian message in the Kapauku language “WIJAAGO PAMAKAI, The Two Births”   Only preaching. On the label is written that the record belonged to Sister Paksoal. The record came to Pace through the reverend H. v. d. Heide. The record is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl . Total time 3’24
Topics: West Papua, Christian, 78 record, Kapauku
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Cassette vertellingen IV A Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a TDK D 90 cassette in the same box. It contains a number of stories Freerk Kamma used to tell to his students during his lessons and is dated November 1973. It starts with the story How I fooled demons or the Iron Chinese and his daughter. At 5’53 the story of the Jetty of Makbon and the jetty of Sorong. At 15’15 the story of the people who know better, at 20’25 The witnesses and the spectacle of...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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CD FC Kamma. Liederen uit het voormalige Nederlands Nieuw-Guinea 33 track version The CD is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a CD issued by the family Kamma with recordings from F.C. Kamma, J. Ellenberger, Ansel, J.C. Anceaux, Voorhoeve, Jansen, Alfons van Nunen, J.v.d. Graaf and P. Schreijer. There are two different versions one with 33 tracks and one with 31 tracks. The 31 track one has slightly longer tracks and the three tracks 9, 10 and 11 of the 33 track CD are just one track 9...
Topics: West Papua, ethnomusicology, anthropology, songs
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Cassette vertellingen IV B Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a Philips FS 90 cassette in a same brand box. It is dated January 1974.   It contains a number of stories Freerk Kamma used to tell to his students during his lessons. Side a starts with The Sunset, at 3’47 How I fooled demons or the Iron Chinese and his daughter, at 12’47 The Jetty of Makbon and the jetty of Sorong, at 24’12 the people who know better, at 31’00 The witnesses. On side B the...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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Zegwaard Boelaars 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Gerard Zegwaard (21-10-1919 – 15-6-1996) and Jan Boelaars (17-2-1915 – 19-6-2004) on 29-9-1987 in Rotterdam. Both were priest in the order of M.S.C. Missionarii Sacratissimi Cordis Iesu or in Dutch Missionarissen van het Heilig Hart. They were active as missionaries in South New Guinea. Gerard Zegwaard became   a priest in 1945 and arrived in West Papua in 1946. He first stayed in the Mimika...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Gerard Zegwaard, Jan Boelaars
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Pouwer 1 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Jan Pouwer (21-9-1924 – 21-4-2010) in Nijmegen on 24-2-1988. Jan Pouwer studied Indology and was employed by the Dutch government as anthropologist in West Papua where he was sent to the Mimika area to study the Kamoro. He wrote on this research his thesis Enkele aspecten van de Mimika-cultuur, Den Haag, SDU, 1955, He was a member of the Sterrrengebergte expedition of 1959 and back in the Netherlands he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Pouwer
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van Baal 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of the interview with interview with Jan van Baal (25-11-1909 – 9-8-1992) in Doorn on 4-6-1986. Jan van Baal was a civil servant and governor of Dutch New Guinea. In 1959 after his return from New Guinea he became director of the department of anthropology of the Royal Institute of the Tropics in Amsterdam and professor of anthropology at the universities of Utrecht and Amsterdam. He wrote the still significant book Dema on...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan van Baal
Traditionele Papua Wor liederen It is on an Imation CD-R in a jewel box with a sleeve with the title and the names of the 24 tracks. Sampari was a music and dance group of the Papuas in exile in the Netherlands for many years. This was a CD they published themselves and was sold during performances. The title is Traditional Papua Wor songs. They are mainly in the Biak with language with some Bahasa words and in a traditional style, The titles of the songs are: 1 Jow Suba, 2 Waranda begarander...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, songs, Biak, Wor
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Peters 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. On it is the first part of an interview with Herman Peters on 22-09-1987 in Maastricht. Herman Peters was a priest and anthropologist. See the Herman Peters page for more on him and his recordings in the Baliem valley. The tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl . Side A is 31’40 and Side B is 31’38
Topics: West Papua, interview, Herman Peters
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by J.C. Anceaux
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Anceaux Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. There are no scans nor notes on the kind of tape. It is a compilation of the recordings of   J.C. Anceaux with announcements in English by himself. On side A This is a song from Nimboran called Hngari, 2'17 announcement, song from Nimboran called Uane, a song for the deceased. 4'34 announcement a dancing song from Nimboran called sereme unjim tabe , 7'05 also a song from Nimboran called Seremé uananu bune,   9'12 The kresi ware...
Topics: West Papua, ethnomusicology, anthropology, songs, Nimboran, Kayapulau, Engros, J.C. Anceaux
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by Mambesak
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Mambesak 1 Side A The cassette is home made copy of the original publication by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 1 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average with a few drop outs in one of the channels. For Side A the tracks are mentioned: 1 Akai bipa marsi, 2 Maitwu som, 3 Syowi yena , 4 Waniambai , 5 Kenate derane. 6 Nute...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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by Ton v.d. Graaf
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Het Gebouw Willem Visser 1 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60 with a VPRO sleeve. It is a cassette published by the VPRO radio with a recording of the VPRO programme of 26-8-1986 of Het Gebouw with the first part of the return journey of Willem Visser, a medical doctor to West Papua, to the Agats area.     He was also part of the expedition which made first contact with the people living in the coastal area of the “Casuarinenkust“ in 1957. The tape is part of the audio collection of the...
Topics: West Papua, Anthropology, Casuarinenkust, medical doctor, radio
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Godschalk 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Jan Anthonie Godschalk (23-5-1944 – 29-1-2015) in Utrecht on 22-2-1993. Jan Godschalk lived as a young boy from 1950 to 1954 as a young boy in Hollandia in Dutch New Guinea where his father was a harbour master and later a circuit judge. He returned in 1978 as a missionary worker for the RBMU International and the Evangelical Church in Indonesia and did research in the among the Mek in the Sela valley....
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Godschalk
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Dubbeldam 1 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Leonard Frederik Bastiaan Dubbeldam (8-12-1933 – 18-4-2017) in The Hague on 28-4-1986. Leo Dubbeldam was a civil servant in Enarotali in the late 1950’s and wrote based on his experiences of that time ‘The devaluation of the Kapauku-cowrie as a factor of social disintegration’, In: New Guinea: The Central Highlands, American Anthropologist, vol.66, no.4, Part 2, 1964. He wrote his thesis on “ The...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Leo Dubbeldam
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by Freerk Kamma
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Band 122 Cassette Vertellingen V The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a Philips EQ I 90 cassette in the same brand box. It is dated 1974. It contains a lecture of Freerk Kamma. Side A starts with the problem of the dead, the complications of more souls, at 16’39 the story of a young woman and the crocodile, at 22’45 the elder, 26’25 the young man football player, 30’40 the proa and the hungry rower, 35’01 on the secret male societies, 48’24 the young man who had...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Peters 3 Amelsvoort 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. On the A side is the third part of an interview with Herman Peters on 22-09-1987 in Maastricht. Herman Peters was a priest and anthropologist. See the Herman Peters for more on him and his recordings. On side B is an interview with Vincent van Amelsvoort (17-10-1931 - 3-4-2001) on 2-6-1987 in Den Bosch. He worked as a medical doctor from 1959 to 1962 in the Asmat area. After his return and promotion he worked in Nigeria and Tanzania. In...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Herman Peters, Vincennt van Amelsvoort
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Lagerberg 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with C.S.I.J. Lagerberg in Tilburg on 21-5-1986. Kees Lagerberg (31-7-1924 – 19-1-2014) was a civil servant in Dutch New Guinea and later a teacher of anthropology at the university of Tilburg. He wrote the thesis “Jaren van Reconstructie. Nieuw-Guinea van 1949 tot 1961” and his published last lecture was “Dekolonisatie: overdracht van de Nederlandse boedel.” He was quite critical about Indonesia’s...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Kees Lagerberg
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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nieuwenhuisen 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Jan W. van Nieuwenhuijsen and   Corry H. Van Nieuwenhuijsen-Riedeman in Naarden on 11-5-1988. Both are anthropologists and did research in Papua New Guinea in the Suki area bordering West Papua in the south in 1963-1965. Corry H. Van Nieuwenhuijsen-Riedeman got her promotion on the marriage system of the Suki in 1979. Her thesis was “Een zuster voor een vrouw: huwelijk en verwantschap bij de Suki,...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan W. van Nieuwenhuijsen en Corry H. Van Nieuwenhuijsen-Riedeman
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Schoorl 2 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Johan Willem Schoorl (1-3-1927 – 28-4-2018) in Huizen on 17-4-1989. Pim Schoorl studied Indology and Cultural Anthropology in Leiden. He went to Dutch New Guinea in 1952 as a civil servant and was first stationed in Merauke, then to the Muju district. In 1956 and 1957 he was on leave in the Netherlands and wrote his thesis Kultuur en kultuurveranderingen in het Moejoegebied. Den Haag, 1957. On his return he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Pim Schoorl
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by Mambesak
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Mambesak 3 Side A It is an original cassette of Mambesak as it was published by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 3 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average. The tracks mentioned on side A are: 1 Weno, A 2 Iyaya, A 3 Yaimarira, A 4 Hemeng Preka, A 5 Arafabye on side B: 1 Swan iwanda ma, B 2 Namaka nanjika, B 3 Arui, B 4...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Broekhuijse 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Johan Theodorus Broekhuijse (22-12-1929 - 27-9-2020) in Amsterdam on 16-3-1989. Jan Broekhuijse was a civil servant in Dutch New Guinea from 1959 to 1963. First, he did research in Hollandia on the circumstances of the Papua’s in the city. Later in 1959 he was transferred to Wamena to do research among the Ndani and help to establish the government authority in the Baliem valley. In 1960 he was asked to...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Broekhuijse
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Schoorl 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the second part of an interview with Johan Willem Schoorl (1-3-1927 – 28-4-2018) in Huizen on 17-4-1989. Pim Schoorl studied Indology and Cultural Anthropology in Leiden. He went to Dutch New Guinea in 1952 as a civil servant and was first stationed in Merauke, then to the Muju district. In 1956 and 1957 he was on leave in the Netherlands and wrote his thesis Kultuur en kultuurveranderingen in het Moejoegebied. Den Haag, 1957. On his return he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Pim Schoorl
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by Mambesak
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Mambesak 3 Side B It is an original cassette of Mambesak as it was published by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 3 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average. The tracks mentioned on side A are: 1 Weno, A 2 Iyaya, A 3 Yaimarira, A 4 Hemeng Preka, A 5 Arafabye on side B: 1 Swan iwanda ma, B 2 Namaka nanjika, B 3 Arui, B 4...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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by Piet Zevenbergen, Koen de Jager
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Radio Indigo Koen de Jager It is on an Imation CD-R in a jewel box with a sleeve of the programme. It is a recording of the radio broadcast of the programme Radio Indigo of the radio station RTV Rijswijk with an interview by Piet Zevenbergen of Koen de Jager member of the board of Pace and a veteran soldier in New Guinea. The interview was broadcasted on 8 October 2009. The interview is enlivened with music from Kembang Melati, the Lani singers, Westlife, Julian Nunaki, the Black Brothers and...
Topics: West Papua, songs, interview
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by Corrie Kamma
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Cassette E Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a cassette Sony HF60 in the same brand box. On the A side of the cassette is a copy of Tape 12 A and on Side B a copy of Tape 12 B both Musik dari 5 e konferensi pasifik di Samoa pada tahun 1962. There might be a representative of West Papua on this conference. The digitised cassette is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence...
Topics: West Papua, Samoa, Music conference, speeches, songs
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Gerbrands 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Adrianus Alexander Gerbrands (15-5-1917 - 6-11-1997) in Leiden on 7-11-1988. Adriaan Gerbrands was an anthropologist and documentary filmmaker. He was a curator at the Museum of Ethnology in Leiden. In 1956 he wrote his thesis on Kunst als cultuurelement in het bijzonder in Neger-Afrika, Den Haag, Excelsior. In 1960-1961 he did research among the Asmat and made the movie Matjemosh. He collected also art...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Adriaan Gerbrands
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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Pouwer 3 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the third part of an interview with Jan Pouwer (21-9-1924 – 21-4-2010) in Nijmegen on 24-2-1988. Jan Pouwer studied Indology and was employed by the Dutch government as anthropologist in West Papua where he was sent to the Mimika area to study the Kamoro. He wrote on this research his thesis Enkele aspecten van de Mimika-cultuur, Den Haag, SDU, 1955, He was a member of the Sterrrengebergte expedition of 1959 and back in the Netherlands he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Pouwer
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Cassette F Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a cassette Sony HF60 in the same brand box. On the A side of the cassette is a copy of Tape 13 A Wor Biak / Dow Tobati / Dow Vanimo and on the B ide of the cassette a copy of Tape 13 B Beusir-mawese; ro biaksya; sibar ro rumnggobedi; Yoh. 3:16, Mnavese. Side A starts with Arnold Ap introducing himself with soft guitar music on the background at 5’00 follows string band music, Mambesak, 7’33 sudden change, other song,...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Songs, Radio, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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A 78 rpm record with a Christian message in the Mai Brat language. Mai Sai 1 Apa Dipetjajai Oleh Orang Keristen – Sebelah III. Choir singing western style until 0’44 then preaching. The record came to Pace through the reverend H. v. d. Heide. The record is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl . Total time 3’22
Topics: West Papua, Christian, 78 record, Mai Brat
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A 78 rpm record with a Christian message in the Kapauku language “Me I Me ? Who is He?”   Preaching until 2’55 then singing in group in the traditional Kapauku style. On the label is written that the record belonged to Sister Paksoal. The record came to Pace through the reverend H. v. d. Heide. The record is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or...
Topics: West Papua, Christian, 78 record, Kapauku
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Cassette C Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a cassette Sony HF90 in the same brand box. On the A side of the cassette is a copy of Tape 5 A and Tape 5 B, Lagu Suku Moi (Sorong) nr. III and of Tape 6 A and 6 B of the Oegstgeest Freerk Kamma collection, Lagu Suku Moi (Sorong) nr. IV antara lain: amoe, B lagilala, sarara dan musik seruling. On the B side is a copy of Tape 7 A Lagu suku Mej Brat (Kepala Burung) and Tape 7 B termasuk sarara of the Oegstgeest Freerk Kamma...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Moi, Sorong, Mey Brat, Kepala Burung, songs
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by Sjoerd Draaisma
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van Lochem 2 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. On the cassette is the second part of an interview with Jan Theo van Logchem on 2-7-1987 in Delden. He was civil servant and anthropologist and stayed in West Papua from 1956-1959. His best knowns book is his thesis “ De Argoeniers. Een Papoea-volk in West Nieuw-Guinea”, Schotanus & Jens, Utrecht. 1963. The tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Jan Theo van Logchem
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by Freerk Kamma
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Cassette C Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a cassette Sony HF90 in the same brand box. On the A side of the cassette is a copy of Tape 5 A and Tape 5 B, Lagu Suku Moi (Sorong) nr. III and of Tape 6 A and 6 B of the Oegstgeest Freerk Kamma collection, Lagu Suku Moi (Sorong) nr. IV antara lain: amoe, B lagilala, sarara dan musik seruling. On the B side is a copy of Tape 7 A Lagu suku Mej Brat (Kepala Burung) and Tape 7 B termasuk sarara of the Oegstgeest Freerk Kamma...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Moi, Sorong, Mey Brat, Kepala Burung, songs
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by Sjoerd Jaarsma
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van Amelsvoort 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. On the cassette are the first parts of an interview with Vincent van Amelsvoort (17-10-1931 - 3-4-2001) on 2-6-1987 in Den Bosch. He worked as a medical doctor from 1959 to 1962 in the Asmat area. After his return and promotion, he worked in Nigeria and Tanzania. In 1972 he was employed by the university of Nijmegen where he became professor in 1980. The tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Vincent van Amelsvoort
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by Mambesak
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Mambesak 2 Side A It is an original cassette of Mambesak as it was published by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 2 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average with a number of drop outs. On side A are mentioned: 1 Bimbo yesina, 2 Sorga base wali sip, 3 Awino sup ine, 4 Hindang makhendang , 5 Ine sisar matiti, 6 Tapere, 7...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
N.G. onde Side B The tape is in a blue dotted Philips DP8 box on a Philips spool 7,4 cm and the speed is 4,75 cm/sec. It is a performance on a school with songs, a speech in Dutch and Bahasa, some prayers and more songs. Who made the recordings and where is not clear, but Hollandia is mentioned. Dutch and Bahasa. The tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or...
Topics: West Papua, ethnomusicology anthropology, songs, school
Door de lucht naar een vergeten volk 2 Side B The tape is in a red BASF LGS 26 box with a spool of 10,2 cm and speed of 9,5 cm/sec. It is a slide sound show in two parts, part 1 and part 2. Part 1 is Band 201. The change of the slides is indicated by a bell sound. It is the story of the mission in the Baliem valley according to N. van der Stoep. It is the story of a journey from Hollandia to Tiom in the Baliem valley on which they took 15 boys from the coast with them to be further educated as...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology. Anthropology, Baliem, slide sound show
gevleugelde zending III Side A The Tape is in a self-made green carton box on a spool of 10,7 cm, speed 9,5 cm/sec. On the box is a sticker of the council for the mission of the Dutch reformed church in Oegstgeest. It is a slide sound show without an audible slide change signal. The story goes about the Missionary Aviation Fellowship and their crucial role in the activities if the mission. The digitised tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For...
Topics: West Papua, Anthropology, Missionary Aviation Fellowship
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Schoorl 1 Side A The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Johan Willem Schoorl (1-3-1927 – 28-4-2018) in Huizen on 17-4-1989. Pim Schoorl studied Indology and Cultural Anthropology in Leiden. He went to Dutch New Guinea in 1952 as a civil servant and was first stationed in Merauke, then to the Muju district. In 1956 and 1957 he was on leave in the Netherlands and wrote his thesis Kultuur en kultuurveranderingen in het Moejoegebied. Den Haag, 1957. On his return he...
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by Mambesak
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Mambesak 1 Side B The cassette is home made copy of the original publication by the Lembaga Antropologi Universitas Cenderawasih. It is volume 1 of the Seri Lagu Rakyat Iriani. It was discontinued by the University after the dead of Arnold Ap and it only was available in the form of home-made copies. The sound quality is average with a few drop outs in one of the channels. For Side A the tracks are mentioned: 1 Akai bipa marsi, 2 Maitwu som, 3 Syowi yena , 4 Waniambai , 5 Kenate derane. 6 Nute...
Topics: West Papua, string band songs, Arnold Ap, Mambesak
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Schoorl 1 Side B The cassette is a TDK D60. It is the first part of an interview with Johan Willem Schoorl (1-3-1927 – 28-4-2018) in Huizen on 17-4-1989. Pim Schoorl studied Indology and Cultural Anthropology in Leiden. He went to Dutch New Guinea in 1952 as a civil servant and was first stationed in Merauke, then to the Muju district. In 1956 and 1957 he was on leave in the Netherlands and wrote his thesis Kultuur en kultuurveranderingen in het Moejoegebied. Den Haag, 1957. On his return he...
Topics: West Papua, interview, Pim Schoorl
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by Freerk Kamma
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Kamma vertelt 4-1 Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. There are no scans or notes of this tape. It contains a number of stories Freerk Kamma used to tell to his students during his lessons. It is probably from November 1973. Side A has as first story How I fooled demons or the Iron Chinese and his daughter but the recording missed the beginning of the story. On 6’05 the story on the jetty of Makbon   and on 11’56 the jetty of Sorong follow. On 15’44 The people who...
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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by Freerk Kamma
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Lezing Side A The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a Philips UC II 90 cassette in a box. There is just a short part of a lecture on side A of this tape. It is the end of a story about a tour of Karon Dori in the Bird Head area. The digitised tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact huublems81@gmail.com or srgales@ziggo.nl . Side A is 6’51 and Side B is empty
Topics: West Papua. Anthropology, stories, education
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Cassette B Side B The tape is part of the Freerk Kamma collection. It is a cassette Sony HF90 in the same brand box. On the A side of the cassette is a copy of Tape 3 A and Tape 3 B of the Oegstgeest Freerk Kamma collection, Lagu suku moi (Sorong), nr I. It are recordings of Moi traditional songs recorded by Freerk Kamma in and around Sorong. It are basically vocal songs. It starts with a song with a rare syncopic rhythm. At 3’09 is a song with hand clapping. At 5’56 is a fragment of...
Topics: West Papua, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, Moi, Sorong, songs