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November 15, 2019
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Olsem Wanem – Episode 28, 2014

In this episode:

 

Singing and Music in Papua New Guinea goes a long way back to our history. It is part of our culture and tradition. Our ancestors have songs and dance for every occasion, whether it be for war, marriage, peace ceremonies or other forms of celebration.

We have now moved on to drums, guitars and keyboards. And apart from that we definitely know that the style of music since the 1990s has evolved and is quite different to the style of music in the 21st century. We talked to some of our well known artists and musicians as they describe the changing trend in music.

 

Papua New Guinea’s younger generation have come to embrace new technology. Thanks to technology, there are software’s available that produces a whole new style of music.

 

Female participation in the PNG music industry is still very low and music piracy still remains a big issue.

 

B-Rad, Patti Doi, Natasha Tamanabae and other music producers and recording companies express their views on the challenges they face in the PNG Music Industry.

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