Ash Dargan

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Ash Dargan
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Didgeridoo

Ash Dargan is an indigenous Australian didgeridoo player.[1] He is a member of the Larrakia people[2] but did not find out about his aboriginality until he was 21.[3] He teaches and performs all over the world. He is a former member of Coloured Stone, appearing on their 1999 album Rhythm of Nature.

Discography[edit]

  • Earth Rhythms (1998) Indigenous Australia
  • Wirrimbah (1998) Indigenous Australia
  • Trancescapes (1998) Indigenous Australia
  • Aphrodidjiac (1998) Indigenous Australia
  • Tribal Offerings (1998) Indigenous Australia
  • Ancient Spirit (1999) Indigenous Australia
  • Echoes of Ancient Didjeridu (1999) Indigenous Australia
  • Sun Always Dances (1999) Indigenous Australia
  • Woomera (1999) Indigenous Australia
  • Breath of Man (2000) Indigenous Australia
  • Ash Dust & Dirt (2000) Indigenous Australia
  • Demurru meditation (2000) Indigenous Australia
  • Pharaoh's Dreamtime (2001) Indigenous Australia
  • Stick Bones & Song Stones (2001) Indigenous Australia
  • Didgeridoo Made Easy – a beginners guide (2001) Indigenous Australia
  • Cool Jazz, Hot Didj (2001) Indigenous Australia
  • Spirit Dreams (2001) Indigenous Australia
  • Rasta (2001) Indigenous Australia
  • Kakadu (2002)
  • Wild Australia (2002) Indigenous Australia
  • Postcard From Ash Dargan (2002) Indigenous Australia
  • Territory – 13 Sacred Journeys into Dreamtime (2003) Soundsource Productions
  • Stories of Wind (2005) The Orchid
  • Very Best of Ash Dargan (2006) Indigenous Australia

With Don Emilio Fernandez De La Vega

  • Passions of Flamenco & Didjeridu (1998) Indigenous Australia

With Nigel Pegrum

  • Wirrigan (1999) Indigenous Australia

With Coloured Stone

  • Rhythm of Nature (1999) CAAMA

With David Hudson

  • Indigenous Rhythms 2000, with David Hudson (2000) Sony

With Oscar Serrallach

  • Meridian – Ancestral Roots – with Oscar Serrallach (2002) Soundsource Productions

References[edit]

  1. ^ McLeod, Brian Wright (6 February 2006), "Ash Dargan: World Music From the Land Down Under", News From Indian Country 
  2. ^ Northern Territorian, 20 October 2000, "Critics fired up over Ash's CD"
  3. ^ The West Australian, 22 June 2000, "Competition" by Ara Jansen

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