Music, song and dance has the ability to heal not only ourselves, but all living things, including our Sacred Mother Earth.
....when we listen with our heart , we truly hear...
A wonderful mixture of songs created for children, families and educators. A heartfelt album filled with love and deep respect. This CD is dedicated to my beautiful Mother, Iris Joan Lindh nee Bell. NGAMA in Wiradjuri language means Mother. In honour of our Mother I sing in our Wiradjuri language sharing old and new memories. Throughout the album you will see and hear messages that connect to Mum. Can you find the little green tree frog? Mumma's favourite little creature. Can you hear him sing? Can you hear the shakers? The Cootamundra wattle seed picked from wattle trees at Coota, where Mum was born and raised. Listen to the river and Mother Earth's creatures as we place our hand upon our heart, let us pay respects to the Sovereign people and the land North, South, East and West. Stomp and dance as we listen to some old but new songs as they are given new life in language. Mandaang guwu Mamaba Dyan. The CD booklet contains words, translations and there is a little gift inside for you too! Connect to our country, our waterways, our animals and all living things as we continually honour our Mother Earth, and especially, our Mothers.
Stand and Grow
Warrahabu Buwanhabu is a collaborative CD made with the true spirit of reconciliation. A unique collection of songs produced by passionate people for the same purpose. Bringing together First Nations perspectives, sustainability, and connection to Mother Earth, these seventeen songs celebrate a sense of discovery, respect for Culture, care for our environment and a passion for growing our own veggies. The CD booklet has lyrics, translations and instructions for movement and activities, and the simple, clear arrangements will have children and adults singing these songs in no time!