In 2013–2014, The Lontar Foundation, Jakarta, published a major documentation of Ki Purbo Asmoro's styles, in a set known as "The Wayang Educational Package." This set contains:
The project documents two stories: Makutharama (Rama's Crown) and Sesaji Raja Suya (The Grand Offering of the Kings). Each story is told by Ki Purbo Asmoro in three styles: classical, contemporary, and condensed. The Javanese transcriptions from Ki Purbo Asmoro's performances are translated into English by Kathryn Emerson, with extensive annotations, and introductory/appendix material. They are translated into Indonesian by Dr Sugeng Nugroho and Dr Sunardi, of ISI Solo.
Ethnomusicologist Prof Benjamin Brinner of the University of California/Berkeley, described this publication as:
—"Sumptious...The most complete wayang kulit documentation project yet to be published."
(Asian Music, Volume 47, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2016, pp. 147-151)