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|Title:||Keriba Wakai-Keriba Sagul, commissioned traditional Torres Strait Islander performance for the Opening Ceremony of the Elder School of Music New Facilities|
Pak Poy, A.
|Publisher Place:||Adelaide, South Australia|
|Performer:||Kiwat, Jardine Andrew|
Newsome, Jennifer Kim
Pak Poy, Anthony Christopher
Peters, Eddie George
Petherick, Douglas John
Rotumah, Grayson Ernest
|Kiwat, J. Performance Organiser Keriba Sagul - Torres Strait Island Song & Dance Consultant/ Director, Choreographer Dancer. Newsome, J. Performance Organiser Keriba Wakai - Choir Director and Programmer Vocalist Music Arranger. Pak Poy, A. Instrumentalist Choir Co-Conductor Music Arranger. Peters, E. Keriba Wakai - Choir Director and Programmer Keriba Sagul - Torres Strait Island Song & Dance Consultant/ Director, Choreographer Music Arranger Dancer Choir Co-conductor. Petherick, D Vocalist Music Arranger. Rotumah, G. Vocalist|
|Where:||Pfitzner Court, University of Adelaide.|
|When:||6 May, 2005|
|Description:||Extent: 10 minutes Keriba Wakai-Keriba Sagul CASM Torres Strait Island Choir and Dance Ensemble. Keriba Wakai Choir: CASM students and staff Keriba Sagul Dancers: E. Peters, J. Kiwat, Asta Wanganeen, Felix Kerry Instrumentalists: Ares Kaddy, Anthony Pak Poy Official Opening of the Elder School of Music new facilities - curated by The Elder School of Music, The University of Adelaide. ‘Traditional’ Torres Strait Islander dance call, chant, songs, and dances Funded by The University of Adelaide. CASM Archivist Ashley Turner. 'Traditional' Torres Strait Islander songs and dances performed in numerous other arrangements/adaptations specific to context. This performance was recorded for CASM internal archival purposes by CASM Archivist Ashley Turner. Master DV Tape - 'In House' #1 2005. 'Traditional' Torres Strait Islander songs and dances were commissioned/selected specifically for this event in conjunction with 'traditional' Torres Strait Islander owners and cultural exponents.|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music performances and events|
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