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Going Places: Tales from the road: Outdoor travel in Australia

The 'Top End' Down Under
Audio credit

This audio clip was made possible by the kind contribution of Sean Borman, Webmaster of Dreamtime: The Didjeridu W3 server, a comprehensive resource on the subject.

The clip is an extract from a central Arnhem Land Gunborg of the Bungalin-Bungalin cycle, composed and sung by Jolly Lajwonga with David Bylanadji on didjeridu. It is entitled "Malanbalanj Bagama," or "small dance" song.

The source of the recording is:

Arnhem Land Popular Classics
1963 Field Recordings of Traditional Singing
and Didjeridu by Australian Aboriginal Elders
Beswick Government Settlement, N.T.
Collected by L. M. West, 1961-1962

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