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Subject: Kulele 3 published!
From: Don Niles <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Don Niles <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 4 May 2001 14:05:37 +1000
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The Music Department of the Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies is
pleased to announce the publication of the third issue of "Kulele:
Occasional Papers on Pacific Music and Dance" (2001). This issue contains:

Niles, Don, Julie To'Liman-Turalir, & Michael Webb, eds.
        "Editors' Introduction to Krähenheide's 'Music of the Gunantuna in
the Vicariate of Rabaul (New Guinea)'."

Krähenheide, Anton
        "Music of the Gunantuna in the Vicariate of Rabaul (New Guinea)."
Translated by Christiana Hawkins. Edited by Don Niles, Julie
To'Liman-Turalir, and Michael Webb. [Translation of unpublished manuscript,
"Musik der Qunantuna im Vikariat Rabaul (Neu Guinea)" (1938)].

Gibbs, Philip
        "Ol Singsing Enga."

Mackinlay, Elizabeth
        "'Same but Different': Musical Behaviour, Gender Roles, and the
Transference of Power in Yanyuwa Society."

Lakia, Esther
        "Three Traditional Songs from Malala, Madang Province."

Crowdy, Denis, & Philip Hayward
        "Questions of Origin: George Telek and David Bridie's Collaborative
Recordings."

Tonti-Filippini, Justin
        "Meekamui: Music in Bougainville's War."

Senft, Gunter
        Review of "Betel Nuts" by Christopher Roberts.

Copies can be ordered for PGK 25.00 plus postage from:

Orders
Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies
Box 1432
Boroko 111
PAPUA NEW GUINEA

tel.:   [675]   325-4644
fax:    [675]   325-0531
email:  [log in to unmask]

Preparation of the fourth issue is now in process and we welcome
contributions from researchers on any subject relating to music and/or
dance in the Pacific region. The next issue will feature an English
translation of an article originally published in French: "Towards an
Automatic Transcription of Melanesian 'Drum Languages' (a Kwoma Example,
Papua New Guinea)," by Hugo Zemp & Christian Kaufmann (1969).

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