Malaysia Day 2019: Endangered Art Forms of Malaysia (Part 2)
Adrian Jo Milang, Oral Storyteller | Adam Kitingan, Musician | Faridahwati Sarto, Musician
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To celebrate Merdeka and Malaysia Day, we look at some of Malaysia’s rapidly disappearing cultural practices and art forms, and the people who are working to preserve them. In the second of a two-parter, we look at: the oral storytelling forms of Kayan Parap and Takna from Sarawak with Adrian Jo Milang; and, the traditional Sabahan lute called sundatang, with Johann Adam Kitingan and Faridahwati Sarto. Click here to listen to part 1.
Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan
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Categories: Film, History, People and Places, Music, Visual Arts
Tags: Bigger Picture, Front Row, Merdeka2019, MalaysiaDay2019, Malaysian arts, Malaysian traditions, heritage, Malaysian heritage, oral storytelling, Sabah, Sarawak, sundatang, East Malaysia,