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VariousTribal Music Of Australia

Label:Folkways Records – FE 4439
Series:Ethnic Folkways Library
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Folk, World, & Country
Style:Aboriginal

Tracklist

A1Group From Yirkalla Mission District*Djedbang-Ari Song
Recorded ByJohn Thompson (37)
A2Group Of Rirratjingu*Djedbang-Ari Song
Recorded ByJohn Thompson (37)
A3Group Of Australian Aborigines*Djedbang-Ari Song
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
A4Group Of Wadamiri*Wadamiri Song
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
A5Group Of Wadamiri*Wadamiri Song
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
A6Aboriginal Songman*Maraian Chant
Recorded ByJohn Thompson (37)
A7Didjeridu Puller With Rhythm Sticks*Didjeridu
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
A8Gunborg Singer*Gunborg Singing
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
B1Group Of Rirratjingu*Cloud Chant
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
B2Two Aboriginal Songmen With Didjeridu*Djerag
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
B3Maielli Songman With Gunwinggu Puller*Brinkin Wongga
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
B4Young Boys With Songman*Djarada
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
B5Group Of Wadjiginy*Myindi-Yindi Corroboree
Recorded ByA. P. Elkin*
B6Yirritja* And Dhuwa Moieties*Sacred Song
Recorded ByJohn Thompson (37)
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Notes

Pieces edited from fourteen hours of material obtained during the University of Sydney's Expedition to Southern Arnhem Land 1949 and 1952.

Tracks A1, A6, B6, A2 recorded at Mainoru, Southern Arnhem Land, 1949.
Tracks A4, A5, A8, B2, B3 recorded at Beswick, 1952.
Track B5 recorded at Delissaville (Belyuen), 1952.
Track B1 recorded at Bagot, 1952.

8-page A4 booklet inserted

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Tribal Music Of Australia (LP, Album)Folkways RecordsP 439USUnknown

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zrturner's avatar
zrturner
Top knotch Folkways release. Happy to have it in my world collection. First aboriginal record. Great stuff
kabako_discogs_20's avatar
How is it possible that discogs accepts the genre of this album to be Electronic??
Sorry, but this is ridiculous, only.