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    Hi all,

    Was wondering if anyone has the audio for Yohanni Johns' Introduction to Indonesian Language and Culture (Book One). Would be grateful if someone was willing to share a copy of it online or I could purchase it (CD? cassette?) off you as well.


  • #2
    Hi, have you or has anyone else found the recordings? I have the book and would like to use it, but without the recordings it's not that much fun.


    I noticed that the University of Canberra still has the tapes:

    Here's the record for the 18 tapes that came with the first volume:

    And here's the record for the 10 tapes belonging to the second volume:

    If I were living in Canberra, I would be rushing to the library right now to borrow and then digitize them. Perhaps I'll ask them whether the tapes could be digitized for a fee. Would anybody else be interested?
    Last edited by harriette; 07-04-16, 23:06.


    • #3
      I found a very helpful person on who will be selling his set of tapes to me. I'm going to digitize them once I have them, and anyone who's interested can get in touch with me.


      • #4
        Hi Harriette, did you manage to digitize the tapes? would be great if you would be willing to share them


        • #5
          Hi Harriette

          I'd be very keen to get a copy of the audio too please!

          Terima kasih!


          • #6
            Hi Harriette,
            If you managed to digitize the tapes I would also be very interested in having a copy. I would be happy to pay a fee or make a donation to your favourite charity.


            • #7
              Hi Everyone !
              Do any of you have the digital copy of the recordings for the Yohanni Johns Bahasa Indonesia book? It's a great book, but having the recordings would be even better !!!
              I would also be happy to make a donation to you or your favorite charity
              Kind regards,


              • #8
                Hi everyone. My name is Paul and I run a Youtube channel about languages called Langfocus. Sorry to revive this old thread. I have also been searching for these audio accompaniments for years, and I would love to get a hold of them. Has anyone managed to find them and perhaps digitize them? I would be willing to buy a digital copy.

                I’m not sure if this will get a response, but short of flying to Canberra to get my hands on a copy at the Australian National University, I have pretty much tried everything! So let’s hope.