Gamelan Digul (Indonesian Translation)

2005 Gamelan Digul: Hubungan antara Australia dan Revolusi Indonesia, Di Balik Sosok Seorang Pejuang(Contains new material including items for the CD), Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia

This is the Indonesian translation of the 2002 book “The Gamelan Digul and the Prison Camp Musician Who Built It” by Margaret Kartomi.

For more information see description 0f 2002 book.

 

 

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