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Item ID
RB2-20110818
Title Jimmy Kalarriya and family discuss media from 1948 American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land
Description Allan Marett, Amanda Harris and Reuben Brown playback 1948 Simpson recordings with Jimmy Kalarriya; discuss Kunnanj trip with Daisy Guymala, at Gunbalanya, 18 August 2011. Recorded by Reuben Brown.

Comprises the full recording 20110818-RB_01.wav.

Related annotations/media include 20110818-RB_01.eaf; 20110818-RB_v01.mp4; 1 photo (20110818-RB_01.jpg) by Reuben Brown
Origination date 2011-08-18
Origination date free form
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB2/20110818
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Collector
Reuben Brown
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Language as given Kunwinjku|Kunbarlang|Mawng|Batjamalh|Manangkardi|spirit languages associated with Manangkardi, Iwaidja, Marrku and Mawng|Morrdjdjanjno esoteric language|English
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Dialect
Region / village Gunbalanya|western Arnhem Land|Northern Territory|Australia|Oceania
Originating university University of Sydney
Operator
Data Categories primary text
Data Types Event
Discourse type interactive_discourse
Roles Amanda Harris : interviewer
Allan Marett : interviewer
Reuben Brown : interviewer
Reuben Brown : recorder
Jimmy Kalarriya : speaker
Daisy Guymala : speaker
DOI 10.26278/03GM-8780
Cite as Reuben Brown (collector), Amanda Harris (interviewer), Allan Marett (interviewer), Reuben Brown (interviewer, recorder), Jimmy Kalarriya (speaker), Daisy Guymala (speaker), 2011. Jimmy Kalarriya and family discuss media from 1948 American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land. TIFF/JPEG/MP4/XML/X-WAV/MPEG/MXF. RB2-20110818 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.26278/03GM-8780
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RB2-20110818-RB_01.eaf application/xml 1.34 KB
RB2-20110818-RB_01.jpg image/jpeg 1020 KB
RB2-20110818-RB_01.mp3 audio/mpeg 41.5 MB 00:45:19.590
RB2-20110818-RB_01.tif image/tiff 40.1 MB
RB2-20110818-RB_01.wav audio/x-wav 1.46 GB 00:45:19.570
RB2-20110818-RB_v01.mp4 video/mp4 3.36 GB 00:27:12.109
RB2-20110818-RB_v01.mxf application/mxf 34.1 GB
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Collection Information
Collection ID RB2
Collection title Kun-borrk/manyardi (song and dance from western Arnhem Land) and other performances, 2011-2019
Description Recordings of performances of kun-borrk/manyardi public ceremony from western Arnhem Land and interviews/discussion with singers/performers sharing their knowledge of public ceremony and archival recordings. Includes the following:

- Brown's PhD fieldwork recordings, 2011-2016 (see Reuben Brown, 'Following footsteps: The kun-borrk/manyardi song tradition and its role in western Arnhem Land society', [2016] PhD thesis, University of Syndey <http://hdl.handle.net/2123/15671>) including a mamurrng ceremony, funeral ceremony, local festivals and elicitation sessions recorded at various locations in western Arnhem Land and an academic conference in Canberra. Fieldwork funded by Australian Research Council funded project 'Intercultural inquiry in a trans-national context: Exploring the legacy of the 1948 American- Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land' (DP1096897)
- Recordings at a reburial ceremony at Gunbalanya, 2011, produced for 'Etched in Bone' by Martin Thomas and BĂ©atrice Bijon
- Recordings of manyardi at Warruwi (2013) as part filming of 'Language Matters with Bob Holman' by Grubin Productions
- Recordings at Warruwi (2016-2017) with Ruth Singer for Faculty Research Grant investigating use of technology in maintenance of Mawng Language funded by University of Melbourne
- Recordings at the Wilin Centre, Melbourne (2017-2019) for the annual Research Unit for Indigenous Arts and Cultures workshops and symposia
- Recordings at Mowanjum, WA (2019) for the Mowanjum festival, funded by Early Career Research Grant 'Mobilising recordings of western Arnhem Land song to revitalise Exchange', University of Melbourne.
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Access Information
Edit access Reuben Brown
Henry Reese
View/Download access Tara Rostron
Data access conditions Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
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