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Item ID
MMT1-20180607Broome
Title Elsie Dickens, Jean Tinghe Minga, Julia Lawford & Rita Minga
Description Thursday 7th June 2018, ca. 9am.

Broome, at Broome Time resort.

Elsie Dickens, born ca 1940. Grew up around Cherrabun station, Fitzroy Crossing area.
Jean Tinghe Minga (Napurrurla)
Julia Lawford
Rita Minga
Janelle White, the Yiriman Women's co-ordinator

Also two younger family members came in and out throughout the session
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Recorded with J Green's zoom with inbuilt XY mic. Did not have any lapel mic or wind shield. Some wind noise and external noise.

One audio file, 32 minutes 16 bit/48khz

20180607Broome.wav

3 photos taken on my iphone.

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Elsie spoke most about the song, remembering it when she was a child.
Most people referred to song as 'Warriwankanya'

Verses played were ones that had been on the WA recordings. These were:

m-laka33 Warri wankanha :|| Kakanala wanjiwanji warnpanarra
(women didnt recognise warri 'cold'. Wlsie did same main dance)
m-laka25 Kuyardinpangu kuyardinpangu wangkanyjala
m-laka30 Jalkangka yirra yirrala jilka mintila
(women volonteered prickle)
m-laka40 Purakakarnala jiwirdila rna lampirrkakarna
(women didnt know jiwirdi)
m-laka45 Yularra yularra yananyi :||: Nginpirrkay yinpirrkay nyina
(Elsie clearly knew this one)
m-laka46 wijirrkinpara wijirrkinpara
(Elsie clearly knew this one)
m-laka50 Japara-japarala :|| rrimany-many jarlkalay rrimany-many jarlkanji
(Elsie may not have known this one)

Origination date 2018-06-07
Origination date free form Thursday 7th June 2018, ca. 9am.
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MMT1/20180607Broome
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myfany turpin
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Originating university University of Sydney
Operator Jodie Kell
Data Categories historical text
song
Data Types Sound
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Discourse type interactive_discourse
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DOI 10.26278/FTW5-1H81
Cite as myfany turpin (collector), 2018. Elsie Dickens, Jean Tinghe Minga, Julia Lawford & Rita Minga. MPEG/X-WAV/JPEG/TIFF/PDF. MMT1-20180607Broome at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.26278/FTW5-1H81
Content Files (5)
Filename Type File size Duration File access
MMT1-20180607Broome-01.mp3 audio/mpeg 29.8 MB 00:32:30.19
MMT1-20180607Broome-01.wav audio/x-wav 1.05 GB 00:32:30.0
MMT1-20180607Broome-FN01.jpg image/jpeg 345 KB
MMT1-20180607Broome-FN01.tif image/tiff 22.9 MB
MMT1-20180607Broome-txt.pdf application/pdf 19.7 KB
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Collection Information
Collection ID MMT1
Collection title Interviews about the Wanji-wanji ceremony, a travelling corroboree of inland Australia
Description Interviews and playings of legacy recordings of Wanji-wanji an Aboriginal travelling song popular in the western half of Australia in the early 20th Century.
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Edit access myfany turpin
Jodie Kell
Clint Bracknell
Rebecca Smith
Greg Smith
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