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dc.date.accessioned 2019-06-07T16:26:04Z
dc.date.available 2019-06-07T16:26:04Z
dc.date.issued 2018-02-17
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10125/62925
dc.description Genre: Weaving. Theme: Iconography. Supplementary material to article about Palu'e ikat: Nomenclature and Iconography. Meti Du'a, our most senior (>75) weaving consultant from the traditional domain ('tana') of Kéli (also called Tuanggéo) explains the composition and nomenclature of a Palu'e cloth, Widhi matane, in an 11 min clip. This is a part where she tells the names of the motifs on the mother band 'hina'. She had already taught us that once ("But I have already told you that day...") or twice before, a year earlier, but we had reasons to do it again, among else the cloth was different, although of the same type, and yes, it had fewer motifs, eight instead of ten. So Meti thought it was unnnecessary. This particular clip is important because here she makes emphatically clear the oral culture’s (particularly the community of weavers of Palu'e cloths) separation of object and names, which was still too conjoined in our minds. When after she utters the second name in the sequence of motifs, 'mbési', SD (Cawa) asks her what it is, she reacts as if it is a totally unnecessary question ("this Cawa..), if not stupid. "It is the name!!" Meti laughs at the suggestion the word would be short for 'barambési', a tine reptile species. Palu'e actually has 'mbési' in its lexicon, we learned later. It can mean 'squash', likely a loanword from Sikka 'bési'. The recording was shot by a Palu'e friend and assistant, but not primarily for our purposes; it was kept in the memory card of the camera we had given to him for more than a year, until SD brought back the camera for reparation with the memory card, to get other pictures or clips. The clip was shrunk in the conversions so the quality is not super, and the lense was facing the sun while the video was shot. Recorded with a Canon Powershot (no external mics) by Pitu Sopune late in the morning 17 Feb- 18 at Meti Du'a's house, kampong Mata meré.With Stefan Danerek, Magnus Danerek and Pitu Sopune (Ebbe).
dc.format mp4 file
dc.format eaf file
dc.format.extent 0:00:57
dc.language.iso ple
dc.title SD1-301
dc.type.dcmi Sound
dc.contributor.speaker Meti Du'a
dc.contributor.recorder Sopune, Pitu (Ebbe)
dc.subject.languagecode ple
dc.subject.language Sara Lu'a
dc.type.linguistictype primary_text
dc.date.begin 2018-02-17
dc.date.finish 2018-02-17
dc.content.language Palu'e
dc.content.language English
dc.content.languagecode ple
dc.content.languagecode eng
dc.description.region Palu'e, Flores, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Recording made in kampong Mata Mere, Keli domain.
dc.contributor.researcher Danerek, H. Stefan
dc.contributor.depositor Danerek, H. Stefan
dc.coverage.iso3166 ID
Appears in Collections: Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio


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