Tarimi Nulay : Long Time Living Here
by Deborah Cheetham (2017)
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Tarimi Nulay is song which connects both performer and audience with a deeper understanding of Indigenous culture through the opportunity to sing in the ancient language of the Gadigal people.
Instrumentation: SSATB Choir, String Ensemble. (Piano included for rehearsal purposes only).
Duration: 5 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Ideal for Secondary School String Orchestra
First performance: 5 Dec 17. performed by St Andrew's Cathedral School Senior and Junior Choirs, String Orchestra and Gawura School Choir, Sydney Town Hall
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Chorus sung in the Indigenous language of the Gadigal (Sydney) people. Translation by Gadigal Cultural Custodian Matthew Doyle.
When rehearsing or performing Tarimi Nulay please be sure to acknowldge the language as belonging to the Gadigal people of Sydney and pay respects to elders past present and emerging.
Performances of this work
14 Feb 2020: at Dolce Vita (Sidney Myer Music Bowl).
8 Feb 2020: at Dance, Dance, Dance (Sidney Myer Music Bowl).
5 Feb 2020: at Around the world with the MSO (Sidney Myer Music Bowl).
5 Dec 17: performed by St Andrew's Cathedral School Senior and Junior Choirs, String Orchestra and Gawura School Choir, Sydney Town Hall
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