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Traditional poems, chants and songs of Papua New Guinea

Elton Brash

Traditional poems, chants and songs of Papua New Guinea

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Published by Papua Pocket Poets in Port Moresby .
Written in English

  • New Guinea.,
  • New Guinea,
  • Papua New Guinea
    • Subjects:
    • Papuan poetry.,
    • Papuan poetry -- Translations into English.,
    • Melanesian poetry -- New Guinea.,
    • Melanesian poetry -- New Guinea -- Translations into English.,
    • Folk songs, Papuan -- Papua New Guinea -- Texts.,
    • Songs, Melanesian -- Papua New Guinea -- Texts.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: Traditional poetry of Papua New Guinea.

      Other titlesTraditional poetry of Papua New Guinea.
      Statementedited by Elton Brash and Nigel Krauth.
      ContributionsKrauth, Nigel, joint author.
      LC ClassificationsPL6608.6 .B7
      The Physical Object
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5230519M
      ISBN 10085562017X
      LC Control Number75300508

      Kalahele reviewed by Steven Winduo, University of Papua New Guinea. The Contemporary Pacific. Fall The poet sings in mythic songs of friendship and good fellowship, chants of resistance, and rebukes in the utterances of contemporary Hawaiians. Kalahele dances in the rhythm of his ancestors by evoking mythical themes. Lā‘ieikawai by S.N. Haleole tells the story of the wooing of a young native chiefess of great beauty and high rank, her fall from grace, and her final deification among the gods. The story was serialized in Hawaiian in in Ka Nupepa Kuokoa and published as a book in This edition is a modernized version of the classic Martha W. Beckwith translation, first published in . On Sale. Subscribe to our Newsletter to be notified about our next sale! Tide and Current: Fishponds of Hawai‘i Sustainable Communities, Sustainable Development: Other Paths for Papua New Guinea Sale! Hardback: $ $ The ‘Ukulele: A History Sale! Hardback: $ $ Paperback: $ Chants and Poems of the. A new CD, 'Songs and Chants for Receiving God', will be in the music stores at the end of Produced by Gary Malkin, these chants and songs composed by Shulman contain in music the essence of his teachings. Nondual Healing and A Society of Souls.

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English, Book edition: Traditional poems, chants and songs of Papua New Guinea. Volume 1 / edited by Elton Brash and Nigel Krauth. Volume 1 / edited by. Traditional poems, chants and songs of Papua New Guinea.

Port Moresby: Papua Pocket Poets. MLA Citation. Krauth, Nigel. and Brash, Elton. Traditional poems, chants and songs of Papua New Guinea. Volume 1 / edited by Elton Brash and Nigel Krauth Papua Pocket Poets Port Moresby Australian/Harvard Citation.

Krauth, Nigel. & Brash, Elton. Home; All editions; Traditional poems, chants and songs of Papua New Guinea. edited by Elton Brash and Nigel Krauth Krauth, Nigel, Aia: Mekeo Songs Edited by Allan Natachee Port Moresby, University of Papua New Guinea Press, (Papua Pocket Poets, 7).

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InHugh Tracey recorded these Zulu songs in Natal, South Africa. Included are recordings of Zulu hymns with drums, horns, and dancing as well as secular choral works (Tracey ).

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