FILM: HEADHUNT REVISITED
WITH BRUSH, CANVAS & CAMERA

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MOOD

Delightful, Joyful, Primal, Tribal

TEMPO

Fast (120)

GENRES

Action-advent.

WORLD > Tribal Song

This opening cue from the film is an infectious blend of voice, and both traditional and contemporary instruments. The lullaby, originally sung a capella by Chief Davidson Yari-Yari of Kofure Village in Oro Province, Papua New Guinea, came to us posthumously. We hope our “reimagination” of it pays apt tribute to this great man.

FROM THE UPCOMING FILM:
Headhunt Revisited with brush, canvas & camera
Michele Westmorland ~ Director, Expedition Leader, Photographer
Sandy Jeglum ~ Editor, Associate Producer
Lauren Hutton ~ Spokesperson, Narrator

1 Comment

  1. Beautiful! I love the blending of the original native voices with the contemporary best and instrumentation.

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