Bamba hunting : for unison treble voices and piano
by Dan Walker (2009)
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This fun, upbeat piece is about hunting Bamba, or stingray, on the Western Australia Coast. It is quite fast, with lots of text, but provides lots of opportunities for young voices to make a focussed unison sound as well as lots of wild noise. The title of the work is the word 'Stingray' in the Nyungar language, the Indigenous people of the Perth region of Western Australia. This piece would suit lower primary school singers.
Instrumentation: Unison treble voices, piano.
Duration: 2 min.
Commission note: Commissioned by All Saints Anglican College, Bull Creek, WA
First performance: 2009. Performed by Little Saints Choir, at All Saints Anglican College, Bull Creek, WA
Performances of this work
2009: Performed by Little Saints Choir, at All Saints Anglican College, Bull Creek, WA
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