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BOOKS IN TETUM
B117 Luta ba Lia Loos no Justica
Relatóriu Finál ba Peskiza Konjunta Asosiasaun HAK ho Koligasaun Japonés sirea ba Timor-Leste kona-ba Eskaravidaun Seksuál Militár Japonés iha Timor-Leste, 1942-1945
173 pp. $20
PROFIL BEBERAPA KOMUNITAS NELAYAN DAN NGO:
LAUT TIMOR-LISTE KAYA IKAN TAPI NELAYANNYA MISKIN:
B103 Sounds of the Soul: The
Traditional Music of Timor-Leste/ Lian Husi Klamar: Musika Tradisional Husi
text in both Tetun and English
The first book about the traditional music of Timor-Leste will appeal to those interested in the traditional culture of Timor, particularly its music, and the visual splendor of the country. The book, the culmination of ten years research, features visually-rich pages in full color, with 20 reproductions of contemporary paintings by selected East Timorese artists. Twenty traditional songs complete with text and music notation in both Western and Indonesian systems. A separate 52-page coloring booklet, Lafaek Holds a Party, introduces Timor's traditional instruments to children aged 5 to 12, with delightful illustrations by Timorese artists, Tony Amaral and Pelle Pereira.
Author and musician Ros Dunlop made her first trip to Timor-Leste in April 2002 with Timor activist brothers Robert and Martin Wesley-Smith. Ros and Martin gave concerts of Martin’s audiovisual pieces about East Timor. Ros then began visiting Timor-Leste regularly to record its special music. The skilled musicians who participated were acutely aware of the importance of recording their music for posterity. The translators and assistants who helped to organize the recording sessions, the artists from Arte Moris Art School, and the young Timorese from the audiovisual archive, Centro Archivo Max Stahl Timor-Leste, helped to make this project happen.
2012, 160 pp. $65 paperback with accompanying DVD video and CD audio recordings of traditional music and performances
The book is wonderful and everyone love it. I am playing the music the sound in my car. Loving it. The book is so genuine, like the music inside, ‘genuine, innocence and spontaneous’. --Josh Trindade, Advisor, Research, Analysis and Social-Cultural Issues, Presidential Palace, Dili
B99a Labarik Ho Lafaek: Aik-nanoik id husi
Affirm Press, 2011 $20 paperback
B99 The Boy and the Crocodile: The Legend of East
The Boy and the Crocodile is the legend of East Timor, about how the island of Timor got its curious shape. It is also a parable about kindness, and now a children's book that is benefiting vulnerable kids. The book was illustrated by children from the Familia Hope Orphanage in East Timor, including many who lost their parents in the country's violent struggle for independence. proceeds from sales go to the orphanage.
Timor Lorosa’e: One Momentous
With little access to news and information in the immediate aftermath of the 1999 destruction, most Timorese had never seen the photographs or read others’ stories about the landmark events of 1999-2000.
The UN published bi-lingual (English, Tetun) this impressionistic history containing photographs and anecdotes.