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|Title:||Inaugural 30th Anniversary Compilation CD Recording: Keriba Wakai – Keriba Sagul (Our Voice – Our Dance): CASM Choir Live|
Pak Poy, A.
|Publisher:||Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM)|
|Performer:||Newsome, Jennifer Kim|
Kiwat, Jardine Andrew
Pak Poy, Anthony Christopher
Peters, Eddie George
Rotumah, Grayson Ernest
Petherick, Douglas John
Turner, Ashley Maxwell
Nyaningu, Peter (Anangu Mayatja)
Williamson, Inawinytji (Anangu Mayatja)
Roper, Robert William
|CASM staff and students 1996-2004: Multiple public performances recorded live + studio mix|
|Where:||Recorded at CASM recording studio, Adelaide|
|Description:||Extent : 31 minutes, 43 seconds Recorded at CASM recording studio, Adelaide, South Australia. Ms. Jennifer Newsome : Choir Director, Vocal Performer, Music Arranger, Event Organiser/Curator, CD Producer Choir Co-director: Eddie Peters; Torres Strait Island Song/Dance Director: Eddie Peters; Pitjantjatjara Song Directors: Inawinytji Williamson, Peter Nyaningu; Instrumentalists: Jardine Kiwat, Doug Petherick, Anthony Pak Poy, Russell Ellis, Grayson Rotumah, Eddie Peters; Music Arrangers: Eddie Peters, Jenny Newsome, Doug Petherick, Anthony Pak Poy, Jardine Kiwat, Grayson Rotumah, Inawinytji Williamson; Solo Vocalists: Eddie Peters, Richard Nona, Russell Ellis; Composers: ‘Pilunari’ - J. Daniel (translator Y. Baker), ‘Island In The Sun’ – TSI song adapted from Harry Belafonte, ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ – Paul Kelly/Kev Karmody. World premiere CD release of works arranged for the CASM Choir – TSI traditional songs/dances, Pitjantjatjara Christian hymns (including Pilunari - music by J. Daniel), Yil Lull by Joe Geia, From Little Things Big Things Grow by Paul Kelly and Kev Karmody. CD produced by the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM), CASM Recording Studio, 2005. Limited 30th anniversary release.|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music recordings|
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