Bringing Sumbanese Music Back To Life
Monday, 26 March 2018
Unlike his peers, Yandi Eleision Suruk is not really a fan of current music. The 12th grader at the Wikabul Christian High School in Central Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara, has been drawn to his traditional music from his region since a young age. Two years ago, he joined Sanggar OSA-sanggar meaning studio and OSA an acronym for Orang Asli Sumba (Indigenous Sumbanese).
Yandi has continued to tackle Sumbanese ethnic music at the studio led by Elson R...
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