Dataset

Music of Indonesia and Malaysia

PARADISEC
David Goldsworthy (Aggregated by)
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PARADISEC Sydney Unit: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Rm 3019, Building C41, The University of Sydney, NSW, 2006, Phone +61 2 9351 1279. PARADISEC Melbourne Unit: School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne, +61 2 8344 8952 | PARADISEC Canberra Unit: College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University, +61 2 6125 6115

Brief description

A collection of audio recordings, mostly of music and song from a range of languages. Indonesian recordings include song sand music from a variety of genres mainly recorded at specific events, lectures, history narratives. Sasak data includes music, song and description. Malaysian data includes radio recording of music and live musical performance. Languages recorded include Balinese (Bali), Batak Simalungan (Tumur, Simelungan), Indonesian (Indonesia), Malay (Malaysia), Sasak (Lombok, Indonesia).

Created: 04 06 2003

Data time period: 31 12 1969 to 31 01 1975

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117.8888,-2.44565

119.813461,7.819847 119.813461,0.461421 99.422836,0.461421 99.422836,7.819847 119.813461,7.819847

109.6181485,4.140634

141.01,7.35 141.01,-10.93 95.21,-10.93 95.21,7.35 141.01,7.35

118.11,-1.79

text: Indonesia

iso31661: ID

text: Malaysia

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