Aboriginal Studies Press acknowledges the financial support from Dr Carolyn Lowry OAM and Mr Peter Lowry OAM in digitising some of the liner notes of Alice Moyle's recordings.
Recorded at a number of different localities in northern Australia, the sound instruments featured include idiophones (paired sticks, boomerang clapsticks, rasps); the membranophone (the hand-beaten, single-headed, skin drum from Cape York, Queensland) and the aerophone, generally known as the didjeridu.
- 124mm x 142mm x 10mm
- Released February 1975
- ISBN 9780855756468
1. Boomerang clapsticks only
2. Voice & boomerang clapsticks
3. Voices & boomerang clapsticks
4. Voices & boomerang clapsticks
5. Voices & boomerang clapsticks
6. Voice & boomerang clapsticks
7. Voice & boomerang clapsticks
8. Voice & boomerang clapsticks
9. Voice & boomerang clapsticks
10. Voices & rasp
11. Seed pod rattles & skin drum
12. Voices with seed pod rattles, skin drum & stick against-hollow log
14. Voice, paired sticks & didjeridu
15. Voices, sticks beating & didjeridu
16. Voices, paired sticks, lap-slapping
17. Bamboo whistle
18. Voices & large paired sticks
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