Musical, Poetic and Linguistic Form in Tom Yaya Sung Narratives from Papua New Guinea
Tom yaya kange is a genre of metrical, sung narrative performed in the Ku Waru region of Highland Papua New Guinea. Describing and exemplifying two varieties of this genre, I show how the language used in them differs from ordinary spoken Ku Waru. The Ku
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