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Indigenous Lullabies Now Available On ABC Kids To Play During Sleep and Rest Time

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From: Aussie Childcare Network

Indigenous Lullabies Now Available On ABC Kids To Play During Sleep and Rest Time Image by Daniela Dimitrova from Pixabay

ABC KIDS listen commissioned six new Indigenous language tracks for their Lullabies program.

These beautiful songs, with themes about the natural world and sweet dreams, provide a soothing soundtrack to help little ones gently drop off to sleep.

Larrakia Lullaby - The Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo - June Mills is a senior Larrakia elder and renowned songwriter and performer. June wrote Larrakia Lullaby and directed Lena Kellie to perform it in the rarely heard Larrakia language.
Buddy’s Lullaby - Languages: Ndjébbana (central-western Arnhem Land) and English sung by Noni Eather and Caiti Baker. Buddy’s lullaby was written by Caiti Baker and Noni Eather.
Nabárrdja -The Little Crab - The Little Crab is sung in Na-Kara and English by the Ripple Effect band members, Rona Lawrence, Marita Wilton, Rachel Thomas and Jodie Kell.
Wirrumu -The Moon - Sung in Yolngu Matha languages (from northeast Arnhem Land) & English by Manuel Dhurrkay & Caiti Baker.
Ngarradj- The Sulphur Crested Cockatoo - Sung in Kunwinjku (western Arnhem Land) & English by Jean Burrunali and Phoebe Wear. Jean is the lead singer of the band Wildflower, Phoebe Wear is an emerging pop singer.

To Listen: Indigenous Lullabies

Reference:
New Indigenous Lullabies, ABC Kids

 

 

 

 

 

 

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