Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/50163
Type: Event
Title: World premiere festival performance of Keriba Wakai-Keriba Sagul at WOMADELAIDE 2003
Author: Kiwat, J.
Newsome, J.
Pak Poy, A.
Peters, E.
Rotumah, G.
Petherick, D.
Turner, A.
Nyaningu, P.
Williamson, I.
Publisher: Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music
Publisher Place: Adelaide, South Australia
Issue Date: 2003
Director: Kiwat, Jardine Andrew
Newsome, Jennifer
Pak Poy, Anthony Christopher
Peters, Eddie George
Rotumah, Grayson Ernest
Petherick, Douglas John
Turner, Ashley
Nyaningu, Peter
Williamson, Inawinytji (Anangu Mayatja)
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Performance curators, cultural advisers/consultants, organisers, music arrangers, choreographers, announcers and performers: Keriba Wakai (CASM Choir) performance at Womadelaide 2003
Contents: Keriba Wakai CASM Choir, Womadelaide Festival 2003. 1. Oli Bo (traditional Murray Island dance call) 2. Ile Ile Mai (traditional eastern Torres Strait Islands song and dance) 3. Wai e (traditional Boigu Island song) 4. Tamila (traditional Murray Island song) 5. Yil Lull (J.Geia) 6. Pilunari (Pitjantjatjara Christian Inma song) (Music J.Daniel, Pitjantjatjara translation Y. Baker) 7. Wankarunta (Pitjantjatjara Christian Inma song) 8. Ari Roma (contemporary traditional song and stick dance from Saibai Island) 9. Whistle Zon (contemporary traditional song and stick dance from Saibai Island) 10. From Little Things Big Things Grow (K.Carmody/P.Kelly) 11. O wer / Island In the Sun (Murray Island song adapted from song by H.Belafonte) 12. Wami (traditional Murray Island song and dance) 13. 28 Kulap (traditional Saibai Island song and dance) 14. Lam Be (traditional Murray Island dance song)
Where: Botanic Park, Adelaide
When: 8th March 2003
Description: Innovative presentation of arrangements of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and dance by the specialist Indigenous performing ensemble Keriba Wakai-Keriba Sagul. Performed at Womadelaide Annual Festival curated by the Womadelaide Foundation Ltd., with assistance from Womadelaide Foundation Ltd. and associated Festival sponsors. S-VHS Video Recording: Keriba Wakai (CASM Choir) at WOMADelaide (CASM Archives)
RMID: 0020086156
Description (link): http://www.womadelaide.com.au/archive/2003_site/program/artists.html
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