HomeArticlesMOTH Bangarra Dance Theatre Education Resource MOTH Bangarra Dance Theatre Education Resource By Harry Baker August 29, 2019 Articles, Blog 8 Comments (INSECTS CHIRP) (RHYTHMIC STRING MUSIC) (STEADY PERCUSSION ADDED) (FLUTTERING) (SINGING IN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE) (SINGING FADES) (MUSIC STOPS) (FLUTTERING) (INSECTS CHIRP) (RHYTHMIC STRING MUSIC) Tags:aboriginal, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Indigenous, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Bangarra education, Bangarra Performance Moth, chirp, Choreogaphy, Contemporary Dance, Dance Theatre, Dancing, education, Educational, Educational Resource, Indigenous, Indigenous Dance, Moth, music, rhythmic Related Posts Silver Creator Award | Why I Started A YouTube channel? | Thank you | Bloopers | 100K subscribers Two Part Pour: The Perfect Pint of Guinness – Guinness | Atlanta Drinks All’s Well That Ends Well: Act 5, Scene 3 | Shakespeare’s Globe | Rent or Buy on Globe Player About Author admin 8 Comments metamorphic8 March 4, 2015 Exqwizitly deadly 💫✨🌟👌🌟✨💫 Reply Niami Gold October 24, 2017 WowA true work of art Reply Potjeh potjeh January 22, 2018 FANTASTIC! you should come and perform in europe! Reply Cute anime girl Of Chaos February 22, 2018 I watched this in my class room we were studieing dance and this was kinda funny lol I'm in 5th grade Reply Ilias Freitag November 5, 2018 UHHH IM SUCH A BIG FAN OF MOTHS!!! here some light 💡💡 Reply Ilias Freitag November 5, 2018 Emma stinkt Reply Steph Lund November 5, 2018 Ili was zur Hölle warum siehst du dir sowas an bitte versucht nachzudenken. Reply Greco-Roman January 9, 2019 Achingly beautiful… Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.