A spirit man journeys with a terrifying serpent, ripping up trees with an angry wind, smashing the land with floods and changing the country forever. Continuing the Australian Aboriginal oral tradition, this story was originally dreamt by a blind songsmith and is here sung in Yindjibarndi and spoken in English in an effort to continue passing it on.
This app also includes a film of the late Ned Cheedy singing Warlu Song at a corroboree with Michael Woodley and a 'Learn the Song' feature where the user can tap the lines to hear pronunciation.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.