Taba Naba

Taba Naba is a Torres Strait Islander song. Torres Strait Islanders are indigenous Australian. This is a sit down dance that all ages young to old do.
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Song with bassline and youtube example of dance

Song with bassline and youtube example of dance

Revision of elements encountered in the song.

Revision of elements encountered in the song.

Guitar chords for Taba Naba

Guitar chords for Taba Naba

Composition task using notes used in the song.

Composition task using notes used in the song.

Write the song in notation from the sol-fa

Write the song in notation from the sol-fa

Chords used in Taba Naba

Chords used in Taba Naba

Add the sol-fa or pitch names

Add the sol-fa or pitch names

Writing the rhythmic pattern

Writing the rhythmic pattern


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