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THE JOURNEY OF SOUNDS - TIMOR - TATA HATEKE BA DOK

Samples

  • 01 Hu Korneta Oan.mp3
  • 02 Fanfarra Ba Santu Antonio.mp3
  • 03 Massi Olarinda.mp3
  • 04 Ina Lou.mp3
  • 05 Amigo.mp3
  • 06 O Hele Ho.mp3
  • 07 Lenáo Ida Ba Noi.mp3
  • 08 Imi Atu Ba Na Be.mp3
  • 09 Halibur Maluk.mp3
  • 10 Sae Foho Tun Foho.mp3
  • 11 Ita Timor Oan.mp3
  • 12 Hamutuk Ita Sei Manan.mp3
  • 13 Kakei.mp3
  • 14 Oan Kiak.mp3
  • 15 Makikit.mp3
  • 16 Foho Ramelau.mp3
  • 17 Karau Atan.mp3
  • 18 Oan Kiak Na_in Tolo.mp3
  • 19 Tebe Olpana Kanua.mp3

COLLECTION OF THE PAVILLION PORTUGAL EXPO98

Deluxe edition in digipak with booklet bilingual (Portuguese and English) 130 color pages.

The Portuguese began sailing the eastern islands of Lesser Sunda after the conquest of Malacca in 1511. The Catholic missionaries, a constant in the apparatus of the Lusophone colonial empire, established a mission on the island of Solor, where priests were sent to Lifau in Timor, to convert the natives to Catholicism. Dili was established in 1769 as a Portuguese garrison, an action that will have alienated much more recalcitrant Timorese undergo the Portuguese military control. But it was not until the mid-twentieth century, during the autocratic president of Salazar, the civic and religious infrastructure of Timor Portuguese Timor were shaken and assumed the character of a corporate state with centralized authority in Dili. In August 1975 the Portuguese left East Timor during the period of civil unrest. Three months later, on December 7, 1975, the Indonesian military began a large-scale invasion and occupied the island of East Timor until its recent release.

THE JOURNEY OF SOUNDS - TIMOR - TATA HATEKE BA DOK

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