Song

Second song, named "buta totoli" at concert specially arranged for CL and JKS in Gio
Second song, named "buta totoli" at concert specially arranged for CL and JKS in Gio
Ee ei song produced by Pak Teang during concert in Gio. Cut in middle of recording. First part maybe Bugis, second Kaili, not clear because of very bad sound quality.
Ee ei song produced by Pak Teang during concert in Gio. Cut in middle of recording. First part maybe Bugis, second Kaili, not clear because of very bad sound quality.
Third song, named "Lutungan"; at concert specially arranged for CL and JKS in Gio.
Third song at concert specially arranged for CL and JKS in Gio.
Recording of a lengthy lelegesan. Recorded during NH's first fieldtrip toTolitoli in 1988. During recording the cassette had to be turned over, so there exist two mediafiles.
Recording of a lengthy lelegesan. Recorded during NH's first fieldtrip toTolitoli in 1988. During recording the cassette had to be turned, so there exist two sessionfiles(lelegasan_a.wav and lelegesan_b.wav, also *eaf).
Recording of a lengthy lelegesan. Recorded during NH's first fieldtrip toTolitoli in 1988. During recording the cassette had to be turned over, so there exist two mediafiles.
Recording of a lengthy lelegesan. Recorded during NH's first fieldtrip toTolitoli in 1988. During recording the cassette had to be turned, so there exist two sessionfiles(lelegasan_a.wav and lelegesan_b.wav, also *eaf).
First lelegesan performed at concert in Gio. The text sometimes refers to the presence of JKS and CL.
First lelegesan performed at concert in Gio. The text sometimes refers to the presence of JKS and CL.
Recording of the seventh part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions. The tape endet while there was somebody singing. After that the recording wasn't continued because of the late hour.
Recording of the seventh part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions. The tape endet while there was somebody singing. After that the recording wasn't continued because of the late hour.
Second lelegesan performed at concert in Gio.
Second lelegesan performed at concert in Gio.
Recordings of the first part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because after this session the cassette had to be changed, it is divided into several sessions. Changing sound quality, because of soundsystem used by singers.
Recordings of the first part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because after this session the cassette had to be changed, it is divided into several sessions. Changing sound quality, because of soundsystem used by singers.
Recording of the second part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and there are also other performances, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the second part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and there are also other performances, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the third part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and there are also other performances, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the third part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and there are also other performances, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the fourth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the fourth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the fifth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the fifth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the sixth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Recording of the sixth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Continuation of lelegesan_8, which was the sixth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Continuation of lelegesan_8, which was the sixth part of a 'lelegesan' performance the night before the wedding of WN's brother. The performance was continued until five o'clock (recorded till 3) in the morning, but because the cassette had to be changed in between and/or the gambus player changed, it is divided into several sessions.
Pak Rizal reading one of his own poems in Totoli, later free recitation of a second one. The second poem is read again in session poem_4.
Pak Rizal reading one of his own poems in Totoli, later free recitation of a second one. The second poem is read again in session poem_4.
Pak Rizal's grandson Rifaldi recites one of Rizal's poems, named "Inangku Lipuku". This was the second time Rifaldi recited the poem.
Pak Rizal's grandson Rifaldi recites one of Rizal's poems, named "Inangku Lipuku". This was the second time Rifaldi recited the poem.
Pak Harnani sings a rebana song he wrote himself, accompagnied by a group of rabana players.
Pak Harnani sings a rebana song he wrote himself, accompagnied by a group of rabana players.
Recording of a game children at SD Gio played at the schoolyard. During this game two girls sing and ask for smaller children that are in the group of the other. The story behind it is that a poor person who has no children ask for the children of a rich person who has ten.
Recording of a game children at SD Gio played at the schoolyard. During this game two girls sing and ask for smaller children that are in the group of the other. The story behind it is that a poor person who has no children ask for the children of a rich person who has ten.
Pak Rizal singing one of his own songs, accompagnies himself with guitar.
Pak Rizal singing one of his own songs, accompagnies himself with guitar.

Citation

Claudia Leto, Winarno Salim Alamudi, and Nikolaus P. Himmelmann (1988 - 2009). Item "Song" in collection "Totoli". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0009-2A4D-8. (Accessed 2024-04-20)

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