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Na Kkai Taku: Taku"s Musical Fables (Apwitihire: Studies in Papua New Guinea Musics, 7)

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Published by Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL13214912M
ISBN 109980680431
ISBN 109789980680433
OCLC/WorldCa58536902

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: Na Kkai Taku: Taku's Musical Fables (Apwitihire: Studies in Papua New Guinea Musics, 7): pp., illustrations, bibliography, maps. Includes 2 audio CDs. This modest anthology of fables represents the first publication in the language of Taku, a Polynesian outlier situated off the east coast of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea. Na Kkai Taku: Taku's musical fables. [Richard M Moyle] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.   Na Kkai Taku: Taku's Musical Fables (review) Na Kkai Taku: Taku's Musical Fables (review) Crowdy, Denis the contemporary pacific () Papua New Guinea--some kilometers east of Bougainville. Richard Moyle, director of the Archive of Mäori and Pacific Music at the University of Auckland, undertook fieldwork on Takü from to Download Citation | Book review of "Na Kkai Taku: Taku’s musical fables" by R. Moyle, Boroka, Papua New Guinea, Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, ISBN: and "Guitar Style.

Book review of "Na Kkai Taku: Taku’s musical fables" by R.M. Moyle, Boroko, Papua New Guinea, Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, ISBN: Na Kkai Taku: Taku's Musical Fables, collected by Richard M Moyle. Eng lish translations by Natan Nake and Tekaso Laroteone. Apwitihire: Studies in Papua New Guinea Musics, 7. Boroko, png: Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies, isbn ; xxix + pages, tables, figures, maps, photographs, written in Taku and English, notes. [Extract] Richard Moyle has a long-standing relationship with Taku, an atholl in the far reaches of Papua New Guinea, over two hundred kilometers northeast of Bougainville. In the last decade, Moyle has produced a number of publications from his work on this atoll, including the collection of oral literature Na Kkai Taku: Taku's Musical Fables, published by the Institute of Papua New Guinea. Na buka sulia sa Jona: book of Jonah, in West Fataleka language ‎(1) Na Nā kkai Takū = Taku's musical fables -- Takū's musical fables ‎(1) Nāmo mé sukúru sawī popásane ōyapo: Fasu primer ‎(1.

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