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Item ID
DS1-Chant_polpolot_2
Title Polpolot: volcanic eruption near Lou Island
Description Polpolot is the most common type of chant, and the only one that is still commonly performed. New polpolot are still being composed to honour special occasions.
Origination date 2012-09-30
Origination date free form
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DS1/Chant_polpolot_2
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Collector
Dineke Schokkin
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Language as given Paluai
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Dialect Paluai
Region / village Oceania
Originating university
Operator Tina Gregor
Data Categories song
Data Types Sound
Discourse type singing
Roles Dineke Schokkin : depositor
Dineke Schokkin : recorder
Sanoai Kileap : singer
Palmai Kisokau : singer
DOI 10.26278/5df258c7b4c57
Cite as Dineke Schokkin (collector), Dineke Schokkin (depositor, recorder), Sanoai Kileap (singer), Palmai Kisokau (singer), 2012. Polpolot: volcanic eruption near Lou Island. MPEG/X-WAV. DS1-Chant_polpolot_2 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.26278/5df258c7b4c57
Content Files (2)
Filename Type File size Duration File access
DS1-Chant_polpolot_2-fire_at_Lou.mp3 audio/mpeg 1.07 MB 00:01:10.94
DS1-Chant_polpolot_2-fire_at_Lou.wav audio/x-wav 38.5 MB 00:01:10.72
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Collection Information
Collection ID DS1
Collection title Recordings of Paluai
Description Recordings of the Paluai language collected by Dineke Schokkin between 2010-2015, with an additional four recordings from 1995 by Ton Otto. This language is spoken on Baluan Island in Manus Province, Papua New Guinea.

Project funded by the Firebird Foundation for Anthropological Research and the ARC.
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Access Information
Edit access Julia Colleen Miller
Dineke Schokkin
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Data access conditions Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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