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Gurrumul’s Mothers Buŋgul
Gurrumul’s Grandmother’s Buŋgul
An exquisite celebration of the talent and musical legacy of Gurrumul Yunupiŋu.
Created on country in North East Arnhem Land with the Yunupiŋu family, Buŋgul is a ceremonial celebration of Gurrumul’s final, posthumously released album Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow), one of the most transcendent albums of our time.
Experience the traditional songs, dances and paintings that inspired Gurrumul’s album in a live performance by Yolŋu dancers, songmen and musicians from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University as well as Camerata, Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra directed by Senior Yolngu Don Wininba Ganambarr and Nigel Jamieson.
Contains smoke and haze.
5 minutes, after first quiet song.
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Presented by Brisbane Festival and QPAC
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