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|Issue Date:||15 Sep 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Medicine/huru. I and Ebbe (Pidhu) had asked Longge to tell about her 'huru' a few days earlier. We arrived in the morning 15 Sept -15 by her house in the seaside kampong Dosalanga, and had a chat and coffe as is the custom. Then we recorded Ngole, sitting on a large bamboo plattform, partly shielded from the sea breeze. Ngole told nine 'huru', which is quite many. All is in one file and her narration is interrupted by the recording personnel (SD), to extract more information, and to ask if she hasn't forgotten any other 'huru'. The way that she performs the nine huru are all similar to each other: all are hung as curses in theplantation, and all use similar bhulu wao adat prayers. I have to ask about common things about 'huru' when the interviewed does not tell herself, or forgets. Recorded with the H4N Zoom because we were sitting outside. Present: Teodorus Ngajo (her son or neighbour), and two kids, Ike and Rike, listening in. Ngajo is also heard in the recording. Pidhu had left.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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