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David Page & Bangarra Dance Theatre - Clan: The Music flac album

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Clan: The Music
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Experimental, Ambient
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1 No Beginning
2 Sister Basket
3 String Games
4 Motion
5 East
6 North
7 South
8 West
9 Power
10 Religion
Featuring – Ruby HunterWritten-By – David Page, David Unaipon
11 Nesting
Featuring – The Ernabella ChoirVocals – Elaine Crombie
12 Cocoon
Vocals – David Page
13 White
Vocals – Balngayngu Marika, Djakapurra Munyarryun, Ursula YovichWritten-By – Balngayngu Marika, David Page, Djakapurra Munyarryun

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – NikiNali Studios

Credits

  • Featuring – David Page (tracks: 1 to 9), Wayne Blair (tracks: 1 to 10), Yolande Brown (tracks: 4 to 9)
  • Mixed By – David Page, Stephen Francis
  • Producer – David Page
  • Written-By – David Page

Rekindling youth program. Inspiring and developing the next generation of Indigenous storytellers by using dance to reconnect with their cultures.

Roy David Page (1961 – 28 April 2016) was an Australian composer who was the music director of the Bangarra Dance Theatre. He was descended from the Nunukul people and the Munaldjali clan of the Yugambeh tribe from southeast Queensland. Page was born in Brisbane, the eighth of twelve children, and grew up in Mount Gravatt. His father was Aboriginal/Chinese and his mother Maori, Spanish, Irish and Aboriginal.

Bangarra Dance Theatre is an Indigenous Australian contemporary dance company. It was founded in 1989 by South African woman Cheryl Stone and Carole Johnson, an African-American and founding director of National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA). Bangarra is the Wiradjuri word meaning "to make fire". Stephen Page has been the artistic director since 1991.

Bangarra Dance Theatre’s 2016 season of OUR land people stories is a new triple bill with a host of choreographers. Importantly, the work tells three very different stories of Australia’s cultural heritage. The first work in the triple bill, Macq, is choreographed by Bangarra’s own Jasmin Sheppard. First performed in 2013 during Dance Clan 3, it explores the 1816 March of Macquarie – a historical chapter that decimated Sydney’s Aboriginal community Finally, Bangarra Artistic Director Stephen Page brings Nyapanyapa which tells the story of internationally acclaimed visual artist Nyapanyapa Yunupingu from North East Arnhem Land. This piece draws inspiration from her incredible life story and paintings. In this collection of photos and films, we’re invited into Bangarra’s rehearsal studios, see the detail of the set and costume designs, and talk to the choreographers of these three works.

Bangarra Dance Theatre. Creating inspiring experiences that change society. Acclaimed around the world for its distinctive theatrical voice, powerful choreography, unique soundscapes and design, Bangarra is Australia's leading First Nations performing arts company. Bangarra’s dancers are classically trained, dynamic artists who represent the pinnacle of Australian dance. Each has a proud Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander background. Australian dance at its best. Born in Brisbane, Stephen is a descendant of the Nunukul people and the Munaldjali clan of the Yugambeh Nation from South East Queensland. Stephen has developed a signature body of 23 works and continues to reinvent Indigenous story-telling, notably directing the Indigenous sections for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Bennelong (Bangarra Dance Theatre). Bangarra fires on all cylinders in seminal tale of first contact. Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House. by Clive Paget on June 30, 2017. Another achievement is Steve Francis’s finely-crafted music. Embracing the past, through a mixture of atmospheric soundscapes and the plangent, very human voice of Matthew Doyle, it also reflects the future through its use of electronics and driving rythms

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