Burragubba | Didj A Tale

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Didj A Tale

by Burragubba

Bringing to the world an awesome album of pure unadulterated sounds of nature and connection to the earth through the didjeridoo, played by one of the world's most renowned cultural presenters.
Genre: World: Aboriginal
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1. Nulla Nulla
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2. Woora
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3. Boomerang
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4. Emu
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5. Dingo
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6. Kookaburra
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7. Brolga
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8. Wadja Gnia (talk to Me)
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9. Nungina (fly)
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10. Boori Dool-a (fire Stick)
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11. Yumba Yun-inga (going Home)
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12. Bulbara (in the Gully)
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


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This exhilarating CD consists of 12 tracks of pure sounds of the didjeridoo with no other background music, played to different rhythms and beats.

Adrian Burragubba is an Aboriginal man from the Wangan people, of the Wiirdi language group of Central Queensland, Australia.

Adrian is one of Australia's most prominent cultural educators and traditional Aboriginal performers, performing publicly for over 20 years both nationally and internationally.

He has travelled to the USA, Europe and Asia for promotional events representing Aboriginal Australia.

Adrian strives daily to break down the barriers between the different cultures and religions, and to encourage everyone, from all nationalities and cultures, to learn to respect the need for all Aboriginal people to continue to learn and practice their own culture.

Adrian pays respect to the keepers of the dreaming of the Yidaki, the Yolngu people of North-East Arnhem Land.


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didj a tale
An Earth vibration meditation.