169 Works

Akoy Tiemraan

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

AnguyAdyengLwal_songPadhyangCultivated

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The recording at the center of this item is a song. There was famine in some areas in the northern Shilluk “Gär” in the year 1985. And many people left their villages and went to the north looking for food. Some villages were deserted. Padhyang Village was not affected much by the famine, because it has big farms in the forest. Moreover, Padhyang had a farm for King Ayang Anay. In this song, the composer...

William Garang

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

LLEAPP 2013 performance video 12

Sean Williams
This is a video recording from the performance at the end of LLEAPP 2013 workshop held from 16-19 April 2013 at the University of Edinburgh. It features music being performed by the whole ensemble, but focuses on Jules Rawlinson.

JohnOgaacBol_AnnouncementOfFuneralRite

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The recording at the center of this item is a procedural narrative. It is the second part of an explanation about funerals in Shilluk culture by this performer; the first part is called: "JohnOgaacBol_FuneralRite". Funeral rites are important to the Shilluk people. It is the rite that gives peace to the living and the dead. It is believed that if an elderly person dies, he/she can’t be allowed to appear before God, if his/her funeral...

children_Ageer

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

LLEAPP 2013 performance video 11

Sean Williams
This is a video recording from the performance at the end of LLEAPP 2013 workshop held from 16-19 April 2013 at the University of Edinburgh. It features music being performed by the whole ensemble, but focuses on Frauke Aulbert and Emma Lloyd.

Nyamum Lual

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

LLEAPP 2013 performance video 5

Sean Williams
This is a video recording from the performance at the end of LLEAPP 2013 workshop held from 16-19 April 2013 at the University of Edinburgh. It features music being performed by the whole ensemble, but focuses on Jules Rawlinson.

NyadhongoTwongObany_songWhiteBird

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The recording at the center of this item is a song. Girls’ songs are like women songs; the difference is that girls focus on dancing the drum “bul”; that is the day-time dance. "Okok" is the white bird. This refers to an age set: the group of Nyadhongo from Adidhyang Village is called Okog. Adidhyang is very far from Pathworo Village, so the girls' brothers did not want their sisters to go for dance with...

LLEAPP 2013 performance video 10

Sean Williams
This is a video recording from the performance at the end of LLEAPP 2013 workshop held from 16-19 April 2013 at the University of Edinburgh. It features music being performed by the whole ensemble, but focuses on Amit Patel.

EmmanuelOkwacDhikwan_songWorryingAboutMarriage

Otto Gwado Ayoker
This song is about anxiety over marriage, which is very important, particularly for a woman. This is evident from the dedication of a child, a week’s time after birth. The boy is dedicated to defend the land, so his maternal uncles come and make spear heads out of mud with handles made from atego grass. They put the things in a new basket and go around the hut with the child carried after them as...

Deng Fanan

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

Marial Bol

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

TupacLaaWol_songWhatTheArabsCaused

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The Shilluk recording at the center of this item is a song. The composer is Chief Akoko of Lelo Village. Lelo is to the west of Malakal Town, on the other side the Nile. The song is a mourning song according to the Shilluk tradition. The composer is mourning his father whose memorial was done in their deserted village. The memorial ceremony is done within one year depending on the financial situation in a given...

AnguyAdyengLwal_songInstallationOfKwongo

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The recording at the center of this item is a song. Kwongo Daak was elected as Shilluk King in 1992. Before the installation, he rebuilt the former kings’ shrines as required by the Shilluk norms. Then he went to Pachodo by boat. There is no river port in Pachodo. So the boat must proceed to Kodok and then he takes a care from Kodok to Pachodo. The composer appreciates the new king and is happy...

PeterPaulinoTwong_songPakangMarchingSong

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The song at the center of this item is a Shilluk song. Marching songs are about the courage and strength of a village or a group. They are warriors’ songs that are sung when people are marching for war, or going to fight a fierce animal like a lion, elephant or leopard. People had no guns, so when an animal killed a cow, people start a war call, and everybody runs there with his shield...

LLEAPP 2013 performance video 3

Sean Williams
This is a video recording from the performance at the end of LLEAPP 2013 workshop held from 16-19 April 2013 at the University of Edinburgh. It features music being performed by the whole ensemble, but focuses on Bill Vine.

AmondingOttoGwado_RabbitAndCrocodile

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The recording at the center of this item is an animal fable, narrated by a child. Fables are used in teaching the children about many things and how to behave in different situations. Elders like grandparents tell fables to children usually after supper. And after telling a story a second or third time, the grandfather/grandmother would ask the children to retell it. So, they are not just telling the stories, but they teach the children...

Ahoch Miin

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

OttoGwadoAyoker_songJalabias

Otto Gwado Ayoker
The recording at the center of this item is a Shilluk song. The composer of this song is Amon Tuk Kaal, from Oryang Village, in Mwomo District in the far north. He he was jailed by the Chief of Mwomo for burning the grass in Mwomo plains and dividing it among the people who wanted to cultivate, including non-Shilluks. And when King Kur (1951-1974) went to Mwomo on a visit,Tuk Kaal presented his case in...

Machok Maper

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

MariaBocayOnak_SurroundingFish

Otto Gwado Ayoker
This recording is about the ways women do fishing. The first way is called surrounding. In surrounding, women go to the river that has shallow water; they prefer rivers that are covered with reeds. When they reach the river, they take off their clothes and put on loin-clothes brought specially for surrounding fish. They stand in a line and make a circle around the place they want to search for fish. Then they sit in...

Maruop Majak

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

International Stroke Trial database (superseded)

Peter Sandercock, Maciej Niewada & Anna Czlonkowska
The International Stroke Trial (IST) was one the biggest randomised trials in acute stroke. Methods: Available data on variables assessed at randomisation, at the early outcome point (14-days after randomisation or prior discharge) and at 6-months were extracted and made publically available. Results and Conclusions: The IST provides an excellent source of primary data easy-to-use for sample size calculations and preliminary analysis necessary for planning a good quality trial. This item has been superseded by...

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