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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Australia 6-1011+

Started: April 25th, 2018

Status: Idle, 13 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Music for The Dreaming: Galaa
09:00 | August 14th, 2018

Galaa means summer in the Dhurga language of the Yuin People, and in Wreck Bay, summer means fishing! In this episode kids will listen for the sounds of summer like cicadas singing and happy bongo rhythms, do the Rompy Stompy Crab dance, sing-along to Aunty Brenda’s song, and learn Dhurga words associated with the season.

Music for The Dreaming: Dhagarwara
08:23 | August 14th, 2018

Dhagarwara means Winter in the Dhurga Language of Aunty Brenda’s mob, and in Winter the Lyrebird sings all day long. In this episode, kids will hear a story about the Lyrebird that teaches us about sharing and looking after each other. We’ll also visit Great Granny Brown’s for bunaan, ceremony, and sing-along to Aunty Brenda’s song Dhagarwara.  

Music for The Dreaming: Gambambara
08:01 | August 14th, 2018

Aunty Brenda’s music calls the Spirit of Spring and kids are invited to join in and whisper the Dhurga word “Gambambara”. When Gambambara arrives it’s the season of renewal and birth! Join Kamil for a walk as the bush comes alive, clap along with traditional Aboriginal instruments and learn about a special piano technique.

Music for The Dreaming: Dhawara
08:00 | August 14th, 2018

We find out how Grandmother Moon, Dhawara, plays an important part in the cycle of life on Mother Earth. While Grandmother Moon shines full and bright in the sky above Wreck Bay, kids are invited to imagine the sounds of the moonbeams sparkling on the water while the vibraphone plays a beautiful melody.

Music for The Dreaming: Gambambarawaraga
06:19 | August 14th, 2018

Through Aunty Brenda’s music ‘Footprints’ and teachings from Yuin Elder Noel Butler kids will learn the concept of ‘treading lightly’ on Mother Earth. We imagine footprints in the sand in Wreck Bay as we hear the bass clarinet and bongos create a rhythm that sounds like footsteps, and children can sing-along to Aunty Brenda’s song.

Music for The Dreaming, coming soon!
02:57 | August 8th, 2018

Classic Kids: Music for The Dreaming takes little ears on a journey through the sounds of the seasons on special Aboriginal land, Wreck Bay. 

Sounds Like Australia Ep1: Kirra Quokka finds a concert ticket
08:08 | May 2nd, 2018

When Kirra Quokka finds a lost ticket to a concert at Sydney Opera House she sets off on a big musical adventure. With the help of her excited friend Carlos the Crow, Kirra gets ready to leave Rottnest Island. In this episode children can hop, swoop and dance along like Carlos Crow, to the sounds of the clarinet. 

Sounds Like Australia Ep2: Harper the Humpback and Kirra float over the ocean
09:25 | May 2nd, 2018

With the help of her friend Harper the Humpback whale Kirra floats over the ocean and makes it to the mainland of Western Australia. But how will Kirra get across the desert? In this episode, children will learn how the cello and flute make beautiful floating ocean sounds.

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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: April 25th, 2018
Status: Idle, 13 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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