Category Archives: Music

Keeping the Gunditjmara language alive

In Victoria, there is not much happening in regards to preserving Indigenous languages as most of them became extinct when the Europeans invaded. With that said, it is quite inspiring to hear and read about a musician named Corey Theatre … Continue reading

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Palawa Kani in the news

Happy NAIDOC week everyone! I hope you’ve had a great week of celebrations which will continue over the weekend. Before I head down to town for the local NAIDOC week march I would like to share a few links about … Continue reading

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Reviving Wiradjuri in schools, towns and wider communities.

ABC Open Albury/Wodonga has recently put up an excellent story and short video about the revival and growth of Wiradjuri language in the towns of Forbes and Parkes in N.S.W. Wiradjuri is being taught in primary schools to 1/10th of … Continue reading

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Time to read the obituaries.

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Aboriginal Song and Dance from Bamyili, NT

Below is a link to a clip of song and dance from Bamyili, a remote Aboriginal settlement in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. The clip was recorded back some time ago in the 1980s, and is a brief reflection of the traditions … Continue reading

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Time to read the obituaries.

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Yothu Yindi – Treaty

still no treaty….but here’s a link to the song lyrics and translation. I couldn’t open the two clips mentioned on this page, but here’s one from you tube

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