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Yurntumu-wardingki juju-ngaliya-kurlangu yawulyu : Warlpiri women's songs from Yuendumu
Bib ID 7460431
Format AudioAudio [performed music, audio disc]
Access Conditions Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this publication may contain images and voices of deceased persons.  These CDs contain traditional songs of Warlpiri women from Yuendumu. Using this knowledge for any purpose that has not been authorised by these women may breach their customary laws. 
Description [Batchelor Northern Territory] : Batchelor Institute Press, [2017] 
4 audio CDs (46 min. 27 sec.) : sound ; 12 cm 
ISBN 9781741313345 (CDs)
Technical Details

digital : optical : gstereo 

audio file : WMA 

Summary

"This CD set contains original field recordings made in 2006 as part of the Australian Research Council Linkage project 'Warlpiri songlines: Anthropological, linguistic and indigenous perspectives (LP0660567), a partnership between the Australian National University, the University of Queensland, the Central Land Council and the Janganpa Aboriginal Association."--Back of disc container.

Full contents
  • .1 Minamina yawulyu: songs of the travelling women from Minamina
  • 2. Watiyawarnu yawulyu: seed dreaming songs
  • 3. Warlukurlangu yawulyu: songs of the place belonging to the fire
  • Ngapa yawulyu: rain dreaming songs.
 
Credits Produced at University of Sydney. 
Notes

Title from disc container.

A book and accompanying DVD are also available.

Funded from the Australian Government's Indigenous Language and Arts program.

In Walpiri.

Digital content preserved

Subjects Women, Warlpiri -- Songs and music.  |  Warlpiri (Australian people) -- Songs and music.  |  Songs, Aboriginal Australian -- Northern Territory -- Yuendumu.  |  Mythology, Warlpiri -- Songs and music.  |  Warlpiri language,  |  Warlpiri language (C15) (NT SF52-04)  |  Music - Vocal - Clan songs.  |  Ceremonies - Women.  |  Music - Vocal - Group - Female.  |  Yuendumu (N.T.) -- Songs and music.  |  Yuendumu (South Central NT SF52-12)  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Australian Research Council  |  Australian National University  |  University of Queensland  |  Central Land Council (Australia)  |  Janganpa Aboriginal Association  |  Australia, sponsoring body  |  University of Sydney, audio producer
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Warlpiri women's songs from Yuendumu

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