Djanaba : for guitar and marimba
by Ross Edwards (1997, this version: 2011)
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This is an arrangement of the first dance from Enyato
IV. The title, Djanaba, is an Eora word (from the
people who originall inhabited the Sdney Basin) and it means
laughter. I felt this was in keeping with the light-hearted
spirit of the music.
Year: 1997, this version: 2011
Instrumentation: Guitar, marimba.
Duration: 3 min.
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