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Wor, The Biak Traditional Folksongs: Their Types And Symbols
The Biak tribe inhabits the Biak Island, in the Cenderawasih Bay, to the north of the island Papua. For generations this tribe has preserved their art traditions, one of which is called wor. Wor is a kind of folksong accompanied by traditional musical instrument called tandip and dances. Wor is divided into several types, distinguished by melody, rhythm, and social functions. Every wor is divided into a kadwor or tip and a fuar or root. Wor is an obligatory ritual that must be performed by thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.5784731 fatcat:gdbbt2nyxvhvdb232jwthmbvqq