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Tribal Music of Australia

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Djedbang-ari
Artist: Group from Yirkalla Mission district
2:30
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Djedbang-ari
Artist: Group of Rirratjingu
1:29
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Djedbang-ari
Artist: Group of Australian aborigines
1:11
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Wadamiri
Artist: Group of Waramiri
3:04
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Wadamiri
Artist: Group of Waramiri
2:28
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Maraian Chant
Artist: Aboriginal Songman
1:19
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Didjeridu
Artist: Didjeridu puller with rhythm sticks
3:10
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Gunborg Singing
Artist: Gunborrg singer
2:28
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Cloud Chant
Artist: Group of Rirratjingu
4:09
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Djerag
Artist: Two aboriginal Songmen with didjeridu
2:41
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Brinkin Wongga
Artist: Maielli Songman with Gunwinggu puller
2:53
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Djarada
Artist: Young boys with Songman
0:34
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Nyindi-Yindi Corroboree
Artist: Group of Wadjiginy
3:05
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Sacred Song
Artist: Yirritja and Dhuwa moieties
1:33
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