Located in Series 7) Solomon Islands - Sound Recordings, subseries C) Reel-to-Reel. Arranged in numbered order from 1 to 151.
Location Of Originals
This digital sound file was recorded from original audiotape in the Roger Keesing Papers (Box 70, Folder 8).
1/4 inch open reel audio (mono)
’Elota was a big man at Ga’enaafou (see his autobiography published by Keesing). He died in the mid-1970s. An omea is a mortuary feast. Siisile are the most common type of panpipes in eastern Kwaio; an octet. They are commonly played at mortuary feasts.
[Title, Date]. Roger Keesing Papers. MSS 427. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego. [Digital Object URL]
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