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|Issue Date:||14 Feb 2017|
|Description:||Genre: Personal narrative. Theme: Weaving. Methi Du'a recorded by Magnus Danerek with a Samsung 5S Neo mobile phone, before noon Friday 29 Oct -16, outside of her home. Methi and her weaver's group, family, had just finished four sarongs of a type we had never heard of: 'cabu tedhene'. Methi Du'a tells the names of the different motifs on this sarong. She knew everyone, which is unusual. She was also interesting in dying a new 'dhama cabu tedhene' with natural colours, at least the indigo for the black (or dark blue). With SD and Pidu (Ebbe), members of Methi's family.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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