676 Works

Sumatra. 17, Tomok, Pulau Samosir, Simanindo, North Sumatra

Margaret J. Kartomi & Sidaputar
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Ethnic group: Batak Toba -- Recorded 6 Jan 1972 in Tomok, Pulau Samosir, Simanindo, North Sumatra No.1. Gondang Datu ; No.2. Gondang Mula-mula ; No.3. Gondang Debata Guru ; No.4. Gondang Debata ; No.5. Gondang Debata Sore ; No.6. Gondang Mula Jadi ; No.7. Gondang Habonaran ; No.8. Gondang Haro-haro ; No.9. Gondang Sitio-tio Hasahatan ; No.10. Gondang Mula-mula ; No.11. Gondang Suhut ; No.12. Gondang Hatasopisik ;...

Kaddish and Zur Yisroel

Reuben Swiatlo & Miriam Rochlin
First song: Kaddish, Second song: Zur Yisroel. Performer: Rueben Swiatlo (singer) ; Performer: Miriam Rochlin (accompanied by)

Pr RAS73/74; M20413A/M20413B; 305582; 1 sound disc: analog, 78 rpm; 10 in.

Publisher: Prestophone
Format audio/x-mp3
Pre 1950 recording. Copyright expired.

Sumatra. 113, Singayung and Pariangan, Batu Sangkar, West Sumatra

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Recorded 28 Dec. 1985 in Singayung (Recording session 1) and Sikaladi, Pariangan, Batu Sangkar, West Sumatra (Recording session 2) Side A No. 1. Lagu Urang Sariak ; No. 2. Sabaik Kandung ; No. 3. Lagu Baringan Sakti ; No. 4. Lagu rantak ; No. 5. Lagu Siamang Tagagau ; No. 6. Tari piring diatas piring ; No. 7. Lagu Sunggalang Barak Lebak -- Side B. No. 1. Lagu...

Goodbye2DEarthPresentation.pdf

Laurent Ailleres
Keynote address at the "Goodbye 2D Earth" conference, held in Margaret River, WA, Australia in Nov 2016.

Music and circular dance from Atambua.

Music Archive Of Monash University
Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi in Timor, Indonesia, on the 12 January 1990. Musicians from Atambua, Timor Tengah Utara, East Nusa Tenggara. Track information: 07 Tandak or Tebe (circular dance, welcome heroes), from Desa Fatugeti, Kecam. Tasifeto Barat, choral singing; 08 Likurai, girls play Tihar drums (hourglass shape); 09 Tandak or Tebe, Bah. Tetun, performers from Desa Tukuneno, Kecam. Tasifeto Barat. (g is on last tape). Notes: Atambua performance continued, TTS &...

Instruments of Gamelan Gong Kebyar

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 29th December 1969 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:43:39) : analog;

Australia Nuna and Beyond

Peter Betts, Robin Armit, David Moore, Ross Cayley & Louis Moresi
This presentation was given at the 2015 SGTSG conference at Coloundra. The paper presents a synthesis of the accretion tectonics for the Australian component of Nuna and the evolution of the Tasmanides in the context of micro-continental ribbon tectonics.

Wayang Kulit Semar Bojong I

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 18th January 1970. 1st quarter has mixer noises Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:48:42) : analog

Tabuik

Margaret J. Kartomi & Hidris Kartomi
Audio 4.1: Audio Example 1 in Chapter 4 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. “Tabut” is a spectacular pageant-like festival that first emerged in the predominantly Shi’a Muslim communities of Persia and was transplanted to North India, and is still held in various forms in those locations. In Bengkulu and Pariaman, situated on the west coast of Sumatra, a few remaining believers have also continued with annual...

ARDC Adopt Adapt Reuse Presentation - Characterisation Virtual Laboratory

Lance Wilson
Slides from presentation on outcomes of the CVL project and how they can be reused and redeployed.

HBM_2019_Aquino.key

Kevin Aquino
This is my presentation from OHBM2019, Rome. I presented this talk on the Tuesday morning 8:15am during the session: "The Global Signal Strikes Back: Understanding and addressing widespread signal fluctuations in fMRI"

'Moving from question to project: Creating meaningful research.' (Breakout Session 2), CAVAL Reference Interest Group (CRIG) Seminar - Librarians as Researchers

Hannah Fulton & Anne Melles
CRIG 2017
Title: Moving from question to project: Creating meaningful research
Session description: What’s a good topic? What’s important for the profession and in yourparticular context? Which methods should you use? How do you choose a partner? How do youactually finish the project?
This hands-on workshop is designed to answer these and other questions. Activities in the session will help you plan your own practitioner research and prepare for writing a proposal for the project. There will also...

Dante and his Comedy: From the Past to the Present

Irene Guidotti
A historical-literary presentation of some of the passages and most famous characters in the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri.
We discovered the region the poet visited during his exile, how he was influenced by locals, places, and events, and what is still visible today.

MugelloToscana https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1633-5377
Photos of Mugello sightseeing by Andrea Lapi Photography

Various - Badui

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded January 1970 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi

Dagelan with gamelan Jawa Timur

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 28th January 1970 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi

Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:49:16) : analog

ARDC Adopt Adapt Reuse Presentation - Characterisation Virtual Laboratory

Lance Wilson
Slides from presentation on outcomes of the CVL project and how they can be reused and redeployed.

Music and dance from Samarinda and Taman Budaya.

Music Archive Of Monash University
Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi on the 3 January 1993, in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Musicians from Samarinda and Taman Budaya, East Kalimantan. Track information: 04 Tari Bawen Silug, Drs Makmur; 05 Tari Berburu, karya/this work is by, ASRANI asram; 06 Tari Behawanan (BERKAWANAN) (katty Hamid); 07 Tari Jepen Bahimung, by Fatimah; 08 Tari Parangneya - kenyah + Tujung Benua (daya); 09 Tari Seraung. (kuswuro).

Neil Richards: stories about the adoption experience in Australia

Neil Richards
This story is part of the History of Adoption, a four-year national research project funded by the Australian Research Council, 2009-2012.
Contributors: Monash University. Faculty of Arts. School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies ; History of Adoption Project ; Quartly, Marian ;
Coverage: Metropolitan Australia, VIC 1950s
Rights: Copyright 2010. Monash University. Faculty of Arts. History of Adoption Project

3D Reconstruction of Acehnese Musical Instruments

Margaret Kartomi, Mitchell Mollison, Jing Fu, Yeonuk Kim & Music Archive Of Monash University
Powerpoint Presentation on 3D modelling experiments on Acehnese musical instruments

Ratip

Margaret J. Kartomi & Hidris Kartomi
Audio 6.4: Audio Example 4 in Chapter 6 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. The “Suku Mamak” forest-dwellers of the Indragiri area, near Rengat in mainland Riau, practice healing ceremonies in which a shaman (“gumantan”) invokes the spirits of the ancestors, Allah and the Prophet Muhammad in songs called “ratip”. The shaman in this November 1984 excerpt, Bp M. Nunus, is accompanied by a man playing a...

Nightwatch.js - Automated way of testing Primo Front-end

Rachelle Orodio
Presentation on how to use Nightwatch.js in running automated tests for Primo on a Windows environment. Presented at ANZREG Developers Day Conference, February 2016.

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