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Mentawai - Songs From The Uma - Music From Siberut Island (Mentawai Archipelago), Indonesia mp3 download
Mentawai - Songs From The Uma - Music From Siberut Island (Mentawai Archipelago), Indonesia mp3 download
Performer: Mentawai
Title: Songs From The Uma - Music From Siberut Island (Mentawai Archipelago), Indonesia
Released: 2009
Style: Field Recording, Pacific
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3 FLAC DTS FLAC WAV ASF AUD MOD ADX
FLAC size: 1638 mb | MP3 size: 1867 mb | WMA size: 1832 mb

Songs from the uma; Music from Siberut Island (Mentawai Archipelago), Indonesia. Resumo: Em uma língua com tom e prolongamento distintivos, como Gavião de Rondônia, a primeira questão sobre a fala tocada com instrumentos musicais é a relação entre as melodias e a fonologia suprassegmental das palavras correspondentes na fala cantada e na fala normal. A forma cantada serve para aprender e explicar os toques musicais.

Songs from the Uma: Music from Siberut Island-Mentawai Archipelago, Indonesia. Leiden: Pan Records PAN 2111/12. Indonésie: chants des îles de Flores et de Solor/Indonesia: Songs from the Islands of Flores and Solor. Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire, Musée d’Ethnographie, Genève, AIMP XCV.

The Mentawai Islands Regency are a chain of about seventy islands and islets approximately 150 kilometres (93 miles) off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia. Siberut at 4,030 square kilometres (1,556 square miles) is the largest of the islands. The other major islands are Sipura, North Pagai (Pagai Utara) and South Pagai (Pagai Selatan). The islands lie off the Sumatran coast, across the Mentawai Strait. The indigenous inhabitants of the islands are known as the Mentawai people.

Mentawai Island is The largest archipelago which has beautiful landscape, stunning wave, and scenic culture. The Mentawai culture is interesting to discuss about e've known that there are many tourists who come to visit Mentawai for both of things, namely surf and tribe trekking. Area mentawai best of the best for surf.

SIBERUT ISLAND is an isolated jungle paradise lying some sixty miles west of Padang, Indonesia. Although Siberut is part of the Mentawai Archipelago, famous the world over as the Last Frontier of Surfing, it is extremely difficult to reach – especially if you want to visit the heavily tattooed Mentawai people who call the interior of this island home. To get here, you must first endure a bumpy, stomach-churning ferry ride lasting some ten hours. His uma is massive and houses a family of twelve. Wooden birds dangle from the rafters so that when good spirits (sanitu saukui) come to the uma, they have ‘toys’ to play with. For these reasons alone, the Mentawai have developed an elaborate system of taboos that govern everything they do. For example, they live in harmony with nature by taking only what they need; they only eat fruit when it is season, and they only eat meat during ceremonial occasions.

Songs from the uma; Music from Siberut Island (Mentawai Archipelago), Indonesia, Ethnic series, PAN 2111/12 (2 CDs; Disc 1: Mailepet (East Siberut), Disc 2: Sakuddei (West Siberut)). Bibliography on the islands off the west coast of Sumatra (1984-2002), Indonesia and the Malay World 30 (88): 368-378.

Songs from Songs from the Uma by The Indigenous People of Mentawai Archipelago. Free download and listen Songs from the Uma.

Tracklist

1-1 Tuddukat 1:09
1-2 Manyang 2:47
1-3 Leituak 1:56
1-4 Lologui 2:02
1-5 Manai 3:48
1-6 Sogai Simagere 6:09
1-7 Punen Uma 3:36
1-8 Masigaba Lba 2:41
1-9 Pulajoat 4:44
1-10 Ta Leira 4:16
1-11 Pasaraat Ina Toga 4:04
1-12 Mukerei 3:29
1-13 Manai Simabulau 1:34
1-14 Terekan 3:55
1-15 Tuddukat Pasakiat 0:49
1-16 Tungga 2:58
1-17 Toga Sinanalep 4:29
1-18 Tuddukat Simamatei 4:32
1-19 Pipiau 2:04
1-20 Leoi 4:44
1-21 Jajaok 2:26
1-22 Rimata Bilhelmina 1:36
1-23 Dujum Doro 2:27
1-24 Ba Pusou 1:03
1-25 Urai Kabaluan 1:23
1-26 Ngong Sibau 0:57
2-1 Bola Pei 2:52
2-2 Popoet 1:14
2-3 Eboian 1:53
2-4 Bilou 2:37
2-5 Pánora 1:59
2-6 Si Takujojoirot 1:05
2-7 Tuddukat 2:19
2-8 Ta moi aku 2:27
2-9 Janang 0:36
2-10 Bui A Le Sigoigoi 3:27
2-11 Sogai Simágere 3:35
2-12 Amukoian 1:47
2-13 Motoro Kai Lula 1:48
2-14 Pameru 4:03
2-15 Turu Gobbok 4:36
2-16 Baja Baja 1:44
2-17 Pipiau 3:10
2-18 Sou 1:51
2-19 Sou 2:12
2-20 Orogat Liaro 2:27
2-21 Ratdatnake 1:53
2-22 Manyang 2:07
2-23 Teteu 0:20
2-24 Jajaok 1:56
2-25 Sulu Geti Aku 2:08
2-26 Lognan Lognan 1:26
2-27 Kayunu Toitet 2:21
2-28 Baila Baila 3:13
2-29 Ailou 2:17
2-30 Ale Ale 1:49
2-31 Meinan 1:55
2-32 Koia Koia 2:01
2-33 Turu Titiou 5:18

Credits

  • Design – Jos Hendrix
  • Liner Notes, Photography By – Gerard A. Persoon, Reimar Schefold
  • Mastered By [Digital], Executive-Producer – Bernard Kleikamp
  • Recorded By – Gerard A. Persoon (tracks: 1-1 to 1-26), Reimar Schefold (tracks: 2-1 to 2-33)
  • Transcription By, Translated By – Samuel Gultom, Tengatiti

Notes

Field recordings 1967 - 1995

All tracks—traditional repertoire
© and (p) 2009 Pan Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 713958211120