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Songs From the Northern Territory 3

Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities, Performer; Alice Moyle, Field Recorder
Format
Sound Recording; CD
Published
[Australia] : Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, [19--]
Language
Yolngu
Series Statement
Songs from the Northern Territory
Contents
  • Mortuary ceremony for the removal of the spirit of the deceased i-v (Yirrkala 1962)
  • Mortuary ceremony for the removal of the spirit of the deceased vi-x (Yirrkala 1962)
  • (a) Wind (i-ii), (b) 'Lullaby' by blind female singer Bundarrngu (c) Dog by Gubiyarrawuy (d) Mokuy by Bundarrngu (e) Clouds by Bundarrngu, Barralpiwuy and Mitjamitjawuy (Milingimbi 1963)
  • Children's Songs: Children's songs (a) Wind, (b) Buffalo, and (c) Pussy Cat by children (d) Dog by Dhuwanydjika (e) 'Thunder Man' and 'Sick Person' by Dhuwanydjika and children (Yirrkala 1962)
  • Children's Songs: (a) Two Men (i-ii) sung by Mitjamitjawuy (Milingimbi 1962)
  • (b) Children's songs: Rabbit and Fire, sung by girls: Debil and Piggy sung by Gurawul and Bandarang with Wuyal aged eleven years (didjeridu) (Numbulwar 1963)
  • (a) East Rain (b) East Wind sung by Mawalan with DjaIalingba (didjeridu) (Yirrkala 1962)
  • Didjeridu Solo By Djalalingba (Yirrkala 1962)
  • Didjeridu Solo By Mawalan (Yirrkala 1962)
  • (a) Spring Water (b) Red Kangaroos sung by Mun-gurrawuy with paired sticks (Yirrkala 1962)
  • Ship sung by Rrikin, Djalalingba with Reiman (didjeridu) (Yirrkala 1962)
  • (a) Flat Fish (i-ii) sung by Buranday with Darringguwuy (didjeridu)
  • (b) Flat Fish (iii) sung by Buranday and Djatjamirrilil with Darringguwuy (didjeridu)
  • (c) Seagull (i-iii) sung by Buranday, and Djatjamirrilil with Darringguwuy (didjeridu) (Milingimbi 1962)
  • Diatpangarri (Comic) (i-ii) sung by Minydjun with Djigalulu (didjeridu) (Milingimbi 1962)
  • Song words for 6a and 9a spoken by Wandjuk
  • for track 12 spoken by Baya (Milingimbi 1962)
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