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Skyhooks

Skyhooks

Highway #1 - Australian dance, stories, instruments and songs to go with it

Highway #1 - Australian dance, stories, instruments and songs to go with it

For all Great Escape festival goers there will be a special Aussie BBQ on Saturday 18th May. Presented by Sounds of Australia they describe themselves as "a set of mini Australian music festivals that travel the globe highlighting the amazing music that comes from the arse end of the world." We Brightonians will be giving the Aussies a run for their money with a baking hot terrace, magnificent sea views, infectious live music, cold beer & of course a BBQ. Life couldn't get much better than…

For all Great Escape festival goers there will be a special Aussie BBQ on Saturday 18th May. Presented by Sounds of Australia they describe themselves as "a set of mini Australian music festivals that travel the globe highlighting the amazing music that comes from the arse end of the world." We Brightonians will be giving the Aussies a run for their money with a baking hot terrace, magnificent sea views, infectious live music, cold beer & of course a BBQ. Life couldn't get much better than…

From the Australian music festival that kicked off 2016 along the country\'s east coast, WGSN\'s Sam Aldenton was there to capture all the best street style

From the Australian music festival that kicked off 2016 along the country\'s east coast, WGSN\'s Sam Aldenton was there to capture all the best street style

Didgeridoos are utterly distinctive woodwind instruments, unique to Australian Aboriginal culture. The didgeridoo (also known as a didjeridu or didge) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia at least 1,500 years ago and is still in widespread usage today both in Australia and around the world.

Didgeridoos are utterly distinctive woodwind instruments, unique to Australian Aboriginal culture. The didgeridoo (also known as a didjeridu or didge) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia at least 1,500 years ago and is still in widespread usage today both in Australia and around the world.

australian music festival posters - Google Search

australian music festival posters - Google Search

Angus

Angus

Australian music from 1970 - `975

Australian music I grew up with: 1970 – 1975

Australian music from 1970 - `975

a fabulous paper mâché sculpture lesson for us. Interactive rain sticks were an absolute hit! From the toothpick and cardboard tube construction to the Australian aboriginal-inspired end caps, we love every minute of it!

a fabulous paper mâché sculpture lesson for us. Interactive rain sticks were an absolute hit! From the toothpick and cardboard tube construction to the Australian aboriginal-inspired end caps, we love every minute of it!

INXS

INXS

Australia: Music Playlist - trilliummontessori.org — trilliummontessori.org

Australia: Music Playlist

Australia: Music Playlist - trilliummontessori.org — trilliummontessori.org

AUSTRALIA: Yothu Yindi - Treaty  In 1988, as part of Bicentennial celebrations, Prime Minister of Australia, Bob Hawke, visited the Northern Territory for the Barunga festival where he was presented with a statement of Aboriginal political objectives by Galarrwuy Yunupingu and Wenten Rubuntja.[9] Hawke responded to the Barunga Statement with a promise that a treaty would be concluded with Indigenous Australians by 1990.

AUSTRALIA: Yothu Yindi - Treaty In 1988, as part of Bicentennial celebrations, Prime Minister of Australia, Bob Hawke, visited the Northern Territory for the Barunga festival where he was presented with a statement of Aboriginal political objectives by Galarrwuy Yunupingu and Wenten Rubuntja.[9] Hawke responded to the Barunga Statement with a promise that a treaty would be concluded with Indigenous Australians by 1990.

G'da G'day - Slim Dusty. Slim made this famous & mistakenly many incorrectly believe he wrote it. It was written by Rob Fairbairn.  Even people who were not Country & Western fans loved Slim as a true Australian icon & for his love of songs about his land. In 1970 Slim Dusty (real name David Kirkpatrick 1927 - 2003), was the 1st Aussie to be appointed and MBE.  He was also the first Australian entertainer to earn a Gold Record.

G'da G'day - Slim Dusty. Slim made this famous & mistakenly many incorrectly believe he wrote it. It was written by Rob Fairbairn. Even people who were not Country & Western fans loved Slim as a true Australian icon & for his love of songs about his land. In 1970 Slim Dusty (real name David Kirkpatrick 1927 - 2003), was the 1st Aussie to be appointed and MBE. He was also the first Australian entertainer to earn a Gold Record.

Michael Hutchence - INXS

Michael Hutchence - INXS

Australian Music Unit of Work from Jooya Teaching Resources. This a 160 page resource that is packed with value! It includes Super Six Reading Strategies, TXXXC paragraph writing and links to ALL listening samples!!!! Just print and teach!

MUSIC- Australian Music Unit of Work

Australian Music Unit of Work from Jooya Teaching Resources. This a 160 page resource that is packed with value! It includes Super Six Reading Strategies, TXXXC paragraph writing and links to ALL listening samples!!!! Just print and teach!

Discover the special rhythm sticks used in Australian Aboriginal music - often keeping time for the didgeridoo!  An easy MYO craft lets you create your own and explore the beautiful and distinct art traditions of Australia.

Australian Instruments - Make Your Own Bilma (Clapsticks)

Discover the special rhythm sticks used in Australian Aboriginal music - often keeping time for the didgeridoo! An easy MYO craft lets you create your own and explore the beautiful and distinct art traditions of Australia.