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Various, Edward Harold Davies - Australian Aboriginal Songs Album


Various, Edward Harold Davies


Australian Aboriginal Songs



MP3 album size:

2884 mb


Columbia Graphophone (Aust.) Ltd.







Date of release:



PRX-9, PRX-10, PRX-11

Various, Edward Harold Davies - Australian Aboriginal Songs Album


1Man From The Kokatha TribeSnake Song
2Women From The Barngarla TribeShip Song
3 Song Recorded At Macumba, South Australia. 1927
4E. Harold DaviesEnglish Words And Aranda Equivalents
5 Songs Recorded In Central Australia. 1927
6Man From The Kokatha TribeCorroboree
7Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeWhite-tailed Rat Song
8 Songs Recorded At Koonibba, South Australia. 1928
9Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeNecklace Song
10Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeDead-man Song
11Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeWild Dog Song
12 Song Recorded At Yardea, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. 1928
13Woman From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeRing Necked Parrot Song
14Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeRat Song
15Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribePossum Song
16Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeSnake Song
17Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeEmu Song
18Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeDead Man Song
19Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeIlpintja song (New Moon)
20Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeWitchetty Grub Song
21Women From The Barngarla TribeCorroboree Songs
22Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribePerenti Song
23 Hermannsburg, Central Australia. 1929
24Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeRainmaking Invocation
25Two Men From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeSparrow Hawk Song
26Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeIlpintja Song
27Man From The Aranda (Arrernte) TribeCarpet Snake Song


  • Recorded ByE. Harold Davies


The songs found in this set were originally recorded on wax cylinders by E. Harold Davies while undertaking various anthropological field work beginning in 1927. Due to the perishable nature of the wax cylinders, the Board of Anthropological Research transferred these to disc in 1930, with copies sold via the University of Adelaide for 30sd (122 au dollars today) per set of three. A contemporaneous review of the set claimed them to be "novel and of surprising interest to those who are students either of ethnology or musical evolution".


  • Matrix / Runout: SX22 - SX27


  • Published By – Board For Anthropological Research, University Of Adelaide
  • Manufactured By – Columbia Graphophone (Aust.) Pty. Ltd.


Arnhem Land Vol. 3: Authentic Australian Aboriginal Songs and Dances - Aboriginal People of Arnhem Land. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The image of Australian Aboriginal music is the didgeridoo, and it's still an important component. But these days, as this collection richly shows, that's only one facet of the music. Title: Australian Aboriginal Songs. Style: Aboriginal. Date of release: 1930. MP3 album size: 1750 mb. FLAC APE album size: 1158 mb. WMA album size: 1487 mb. Digital formats. Women From The Barngarla Tribe. Ship Song. Songs Recorded In Central Australia. The Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music is a compilation album originally released in 1999. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album features the Indigenous Australian music of the 1980s and 90s, including both traditional and modern genres, such as Aboriginal rock. Duncan Baker coordinated the project, while Marcus Breen, a professor specializing in Australian music at Bond University, Queensland. Annotated by Professor Edward Harold Davies HD. Timecode:. The recording was done by means of an Edison phonograph and the songs here selected are reproduced from the original wax cylinders. Their interest is. This recording features songs by aboriginal tribes from Western Australia, North Queensland, and the Torres Strait. Didjeridu player Albert no last name given in liner notes, who uses a five foot didjeridu made from a hollowed out telegraph pole, can be heard on a number of tracks. Many of the songs on the recording have been passed from tribe to tribe, which has made the lyrics difficult to translate. Nevertheless, the songs meaning is. Various , Edward Harold Davies. Sparrow Hawk Song Various, Edward Harold Davies - Australian Aboriginal Songs 3xShellac, 12, Mono. Columbia Graphophone Aust. PRX-9, PRX-10,PRX-11. Diese Version verkaufen. Harold Medina, Skye Davies: I Hate U, I Love U. Listen free to The Rough Guide Australian Aboriginal Music. EUR . From United Kingdom. SONGS FROM DAWSON'S CREEK Rare 1999 UK Sony label PROMO 14-track CD album NEW

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