Traditional Samoan music
This companion volume to Moyle's acclaimed 1987 book Tongan Music provides the most comprehensive published account of the music of western Polynesia's largest island group. Combining extensive fieldwork and exhaustive coverage of historical sources and museum holdings, the book features a thorough examination of songs, song texts and translations, dances, children's songs, and musical instruments.
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TERMINOLOGY FOR MUSIC STRUCTURE
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