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Chapter 2. Yuna Pikono

  1. PDF file of full interview with Kenny Kendoli by Lila San Roque

Chapter 3. Music and Language in Duna Pikono

  1. Audio file of phrase of Duna pikono performance by Kiale Yokona, recorded by Kirsty Gillespie, 2005 (text 1)
  2. Audio file of phrase of Duna pikono performance by Kiale Yokona, describing the full moon’s bright light, recorded by Kirsty Gillespie, 2005 (text 2)

Chapter 4. Parallelism in Duna Pikono

  1. Audio file of excerpt of Duna pikono performance by Kiale Yokona, recorded by Kirsty Gillespie, 2005 (text 1)
  2. Audio file of excerpt of Duna pikono performance by Kiale Yokona, showing parallelism of musical elements, recorded by Kirsty Gillespie, 2005 (figure 1)
  3. Audio file of excerpt of Duna pikono performance by Kiale Yokona, spoken text by Kenny Kendoli and Richard Alo (figure 2)
  4. Audio file of excerpt of Duna pikono performance by Kiale Yokona, recorded by Kirsty Gillespie, 2005 (figure 2)

Chapter 5. Sung Tales in Héla Húli

  1. Audio file of the Huli bì té, Àe ndē ‘ah yes’ (texts 2 and 3)

Chapter 6. An Ethnomusicological Discussion of Bì Té, the Chanted Tales of the Huli

  1. Audio file of Huli bì té performed by Wandome, recorded by Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan, 1975 (figure 7)
  2. Audio file of Huli bì té performed by Bebalu, recorded by Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan, 1975 (figure 11)

Chapter 7. Enga Tindi Pii: The Real World and Creative Imagination

  1. Audio file of excerpt of Enga tindi pii performance, recorded by Philip Gibbs, 2002

Chapter 9. The Structure of Chanted Ipili Tindi

  1. Audio file of lines 22–32 of Ipili tindi performance by Alua, recorded by Frances Ingemann, 1965 (figures 12)
  2. Audio file of lines 827–28 of Ipili tindi performance by Kaneanda, recorded by Frances Ingemann, 1965 (figures 3–4)
  3. Audio file of line 24 of Ipili tindi performance by Yandapake, recorded by Frances Ingemann, 1964 (figure 5)
  4. Audio file of line 68 of Ipili tindi performance by Kaneanda, recorded by Frances Ingemann, 1965 (figure 6)

Chapter 10. Skywalkers and Cannibals: Chanted Tales among the Angal

  1. Audio file of excerpt of Karinj enj performance by Josep Haip, recorded by Don Niles, 2006

Chapter 11. Style, Plot, and Character in Tom Yaya Tales from Ku Waru

  1. Audio file of opening lines from the story of Rosa and Koka in Ku Waru tom yaya kange performance by Paulus Konts, recorded by Alan Rumsey, 1997 (text 1)
  2. Video file of excerpt of Ku Waru tom yaya kange performance by Peter Kerua, recorded by Alan Rumsey, 1997

Chapter 12. Metric Melodies and the Performance of Sung Tales in the Hagen Area

  1. Audio file of opening amb kenan in Melpa kang rom performance by Paul Pepa, recorded by Radio Western Highlands, 1980 (figure 2). Used with the permission of the National Broadcasting Corporation of Papua New Guinea
  2. Audio file of opening of Melpa kang rom section in performance by Paul Pepa, recorded by Radio Western Highlands, 1980 (figure 3). Used with the permission of the National Broadcasting Corporation of Papua New Guinea
  3. Audio file of excerpt of Melpa kang rom performance by Paul Pepa at 05:47.1, recorded by Radio Western Highlands, 1980. Used with the permission of the National Broadcasting Corporation of Papua New Guinea
  4. Audio file of excerpt of Melpa kang rom performance by Paul Pepa at 06:37.5, recorded by Radio Western Highlands, 1980. Used with the permission of the National Broadcasting Corporation of Papua New Guinea
  5. Audio file of excerpt of Melpa kang rom performance by Paul Pepa at 13:12.3, recorded by Radio Western Highlands, 1980. Used with the permission of the National Broadcasting Corporation of Papua New Guinea
  6. Audio file of excerpt of Ku Waru tom yaya kange performance by Peter Kerua, recorded by Chris Haskett, 2006 (figure 6)