- Three recordings in which Rangpang Ronrang sings and explains Sha Shi (Tiger song). These consist of the following sound files: SDM25-20100119-125220_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShi.wav SDM25-20100119-132955_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShiTranslation.wav SDM25-20100119-141308_JS_E_ShaShiTranslation.wav The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM25-20100119-125220_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShi.wav; Duration 5’29”; Sha Shi (Tiger song), led by Rangpang GB. This is a war song . Song commences at 1’06” SDM25-20100119-132955_JS_E_Jorong_ShaShiTranslation.wav; Duration 36’59”; Translation of the Sha Shi, line by line explanation. SDM25-20100119-141308_JS_E_ShaShiTranslation.wav; Duration 25’13”; Translation of the Sha Shi, line by line explanation. Continued
- In this session we hear the continuation (3.part) a traditional Marquesan chant (ru'u, a kind of a cappella) about the arrival of the Germans at Taipivai (Nuku Hiva) during the 1st World War. The ru'u was a meduim in old Marquesan society to comment on events and it often expresses opinions and attitudes towards the events or persons being sung about.