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Chapter 15: Audiovisual sample 15.1 - 15.6

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posted on 2024-02-13, 16:10 authored by Nathan Porath

  

Audio sample 15.1:

Amidst loud drumming a kemantat at Libo Jaya, in 1996, shakes his rattler as he calls on the ethereal Ajo Mudo Bumain Sedan/Young Raja-driving-a-Sedan, to give medicine.


Audio sample 15.2: 

The late kemantat  Bah Sehari opening his dikei by calling on the ethereal de’o Anak Ajo/Child of the Raja to aid in healing. Pinggir, Riau, 1996.


Audio sample 15.3:

The voice of Mak Chiri, is heard piercing through ordering kemantat Bah Sehari to bring the semanget back to the patient, Pinggir 1997. 


Audio sample 15.4:
A gong accompanying the drumming is being hit on the first night of a kelonkap event in Pinggir, 1997. 

  

Audio sample 15.5:
The jubilatory sounds of a kelonkap Penaso, 1997.

  

Audio Sample 15.6:

Male kemantat, Bah Teba, performing the flirtatious female ethereal Nuk Ducy, swaying his hips from side to side in exaggeration and being teased by the women in the audience who suggest to him how he should walk and sometimes try to pinch his bottom to which he responds in exaggerated shock.

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