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Wayang Golek: part 3

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 3rd January 1970 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:50:17) : analog; 3¾ ips

spiralorcycle_library_glamb-.pdf

Gabby Lamb
This presentation was part of the School of Primary and Allied Health Care Research Festival - Research for Impact, on 27th August 2019 in Notting Hill, Victoria.
Overview: Promoting the Library services and resources for you, whatever stage you're at in your career - graduate, early career or established in your field. "We can help you to shine online, choose publications with impact to publish your work in, help you build on your search strategies...

Australian Research Repositories Online to the World ARROW

Geoff Payne
No abstract supplied
Presented at%3A EDUCAUSE Australasia; 2005 Apr 7; Auckland, New Zealand. 44 leaves.

Tari Tanggai played by an “orkes gambus”

Margaret J. Kartomi & Hidris Kartomi
Audio 7.8: Audio Example 8 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. In the Ogan and Komering Ilir region, the main guest-welcoming dance performed at ceremonies is the “Tari Tanggai” or ‘long fingernail dance’. Unmarried girls wearing long brass fingernails on their fingers offer betel nut preparations to an honoured guest, a bride at her wedding, or an elder at his installation ceremony. The “Tari...

Simon Keogh: stories about the adoption experience in Australia

Simon Keogh
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: VIC Vietnam 1970s
Rights: Copyright 2010. Monash University. Faculty of Arts. History of Adoption Project

Sumatra. 105, Talang Maur, West Sumatra

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Recorded 18 Dec. 1985 in Talang Maur, Minangkabau, West Sumatra Side A. No. 1. Guguah Ante Kalauk ; No. 2. Guguah Lantak Kumbuh ; No. 3. Guguah Lantak Kumbuh (repetition) ; No. 4. Guguah Galimang Kambi ; No. 5. Guguah Siamang Tagogau -- Side B. No. 1. Guguah Siamang Tagogau (repetition) ; No. 2. Guguah Malin Kaeli ; No. 3. Guguah Siamang Tagogau ; No. 4. Lagu Tak-Tung-Tak...

Sumatra. 115, Padang Lawas and Pasisir Selatan, Painan, West Sumatra

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Recorded 31 Dec. 1985 in Delimo Duobaleh, Padang Lawas (Recording session 1) and 4 Jan. 1986 in Passel, Pasisir Selatan, Painan, West Sumatra (Recording session 2) Side A No. 1. Lagu Batuah ; No. 2. Silat Bungo ; No. 3. Lagu Tari Randai ; No. 4. Sikambang Lagan ; No. 5. Sikambang ; No. 6. Rantak Kudo ; No. 7. Kutera -- Side B No. 1. Untitled piece...

Wayang Golek: part 7

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 3rd January 1970 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:50:29) : analog

Making ASPREE research outputs available online- monash.figshare

Neil Dickson
A presentation on publishing ASPREE research outputs and the first steps toward demonstrating research impact using Altmetrics.
This presentation covers an introduction to: Monash University's instance of figshare (monash.figshare.com)
figshare and confidential clinical data
figshare and subgroups
figshare and projects
figshare metadata requirements and best practices
Publishing and generating a DOI
Altmetrics and impact
Linking data and publications with ORCiD

A strength-based critical inquiry approach in practice

Deana Leahy
I have uploaded a copy of our powerpoint presentation from the workshop.

Sumatra. 62, Kutacane, Aceh

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Ethnic group: Alas -- Recorded 20 Aug. 1982 in Kutacane, Aceh The legend "Si Layar" (continued from MK1-SUM0268) Original format: 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog. Copyright 1982. Margaret J. Kartomi

Music and dance from Samarinda.

Music Archive Of Monash University
Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi on the 3 January 1993, in Samarinda, Indonesia. Musicians from Samarinda Su and Taman Budaya, East Kalimantan. Track information: 01 Tari Mengangan Tali; 02 Tari Pekalai Kayao, Kayra Mohd Hatta; 03 Tari Dara Seraung, karya rinda. Notes: Daya Kreasi Baru - Tari & Musik

OSCE Roleplay

Madeleine Bruwer, Maxine Cuskelly & Barbara Yazbeck
Listen to a librarian acting as a simulated patient during this interaction with a pharmacy student. Portraying a patient involves using a script and prompts to simulate a real-life interaction between a pharmacist and a patient in a community or clinical setting.

Sumatra. 132, Pagar Alam, South Sumatra

Loear Saman & Jentamat Herman
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Interview with M. Saman Loear, Pak Herman Jentamat -- Recorded 26 Jan. 1989 in the village of Sukajadi, Pagar Alam, South Sumatra Side A No. 1. Tari Kebar ; No. 2. Irama Kuntau ; No. 3. Tarian Adat ; No. 4. Tarian Adat (repeated) ; No. 5. Tarian Adat (repeated again) ; No. 6. Interview Original format: 1 sound cassette (60 min.) : analog. Copyright 1989. Margaret J....

Sumatra. 141, Jakarta, Java

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Recorded 16 Jan. 2004 in Jakarta, Java Interview with Gayo Acehnese lecturer at IKJ (Music School) Bp Junus Melalatoa (at IKJ) -- Interview with Acehnese lecturers at IKJ (Music School) Bp Noerdin and Bp Marzuki at IKJ Original format: 1 sound disc (MD) (74 min.) : digital ; 2 2/3 in. Copyright 2004. Margaret J. Kartomi

Recordings by RRI copied by Margaret Kartomi, Sulawesi, Indonesia, 1974 Toraja Happy dances Pesta kematian: part 1

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 25th November 1974 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (1:03:56) : analog

Music and dance, rehearsal and performance from Pontianak.

Music Archive Of Monash University
Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi on the 1 January 1993, in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Musicians from Pontianak, West Kalimantan. Track information for Side A and B: 01 Sambut, Leader is Syarifian Ian Kadri; 02 Haban (soft style), brilliant playing - Rodak Zikir Hadrah; 03 Suliram - asli (original/traditional version); 04 Gambus - jepin - (type of dance), 3 tari (dances), 3 tar (guitar) Notes: 12:20, video + sound recording, Rodat by children...

Siti Zubaidah

Margaret J. Kartomi & Hidris Kartomi
Audio 7.11: Audio Example 11 in Chapter 7 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. The “Siti Zubaidah” tale from “One Thousand and One Nights” serves as the basis for one of the plays in the “Abdul (Dul) Muluk” repertoire. “Dul Muluk”, a theatre genre with a Muslim, Middle-Eastern flavour, has spoken dialogue alternating with musical items. All performers are male; and when playing female roles, their voices...

Margaret Watson: stories about the adoption experience in Australia

Margaret Watson
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: Rights: Copyright 2010. Monash University. Faculty of Arts. History of Adoption Project

Sumatra. 114, Pariangan, Batu Sangkar and Padang Lawas, West Sumatra

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Recorded 30 Dec. 1985 in Pariangan, Batu Sangkar (Recording session 1) and Padang Lawas, West Sumatra (Recording session 2) Side A No. 1. Pantun in Minang language ; No. 2. Untitled piece ; No. 3. Untitled piece ; No. 4. Untitled piece -- Side B. No. 1. Malagu Dabuih ; No. 2. Lagu tari piring ; No. 3. Untitled piece ; No. 4. Lagu oguang jana ; No....

Upacara adat, Tayuban, and others

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 6th December 1971 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (1:35:54) : analog

Bridging the Virtual and Physical: from Screens to Costume exhibition video

Domenico Mazza & Jesse Tilley
PhD exhibition video of Bridging the Virtual and Physical: from Screens to Costume.

Music from Tanjung Sungayang.

Music Archive Of Monash University
Tape contains field recordings taken by Margaret Kartomi on 24 December 1992, in Sumatra, Indonesia. Musicians from Tanjung Sungayang, Kabupaten Agam, West Sumatra. Track information: Minang 22.30 Tari Piring 1/3 full. Batu Sangkar. Lasi (lake) Mamijan. 25.12.92. 1 Pencah Silat by tamrin & Daughter. 6 Falengong (3x2). 1 Gangang.

Wayang Tambun IV

Margaret Kartomi
No description provided Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (1:36:12) : analog

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