The Resource Instruments of music used by the Australian Aborigines

Instruments of music used by the Australian Aborigines

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Instruments of music used by the Australian Aborigines
Title
Instruments of music used by the Australian Aborigines
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Summary
Description of types; Percussion - vibration of the ground (Laverton, W.A.); drums (Cape York); stretched skin (Ingham); skin bundle (Kalkadun & Maitabudi tribes); hand clapping & body slapping (Cooktown, Port Essington); striking boomerangs together (Ingham, Aluridja tribe); sounding sticks (Port Jackson, Arunta, Melville Island, Cape York, Victoria, W.A.); wooden gongs (Cardwell, Princess Charlotte Bay); shell rattles (Port Jackson, Pennefather River); Baobab rattles (Kimberleys); leaf rattles (central Queensland); instruments of friction - rasp club (Murchison district); wind instruments - drone pipe or didgeridoo (Hermannsburg, Cape York, Koko-Warra tribe, Geraldton, W.A., Coburg Peninsula, Kakadu tribe, Arunta); emu trumpet (western N.S.W.); goose decoy (Cape York); bone whistles (Normanton); reed whistles (Cape York); humming tops (Cape York); gum leaves (N.S.W., Cape York); bull roarers (Meekatharra, Central Australia, Eastern Goldfields, Elsey Creek, Cape York)
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Kennedy, Keith
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Instruments of music used by the Australian Aborigines
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Publication
Note
  • Digitisation status: digitised
  • Digitised for preservation
Control code
M0046022
System control number
  • (Sirsi) M0046022
  • 0066027
Label
Instruments of music used by the Australian Aborigines
Publication
Note
  • Digitisation status: digitised
  • Digitised for preservation
Control code
M0046022
System control number
  • (Sirsi) M0046022
  • 0066027

Library Locations

    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
      -35.292556 149.118617
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