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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pecan Summer is an opera written and composed by the indigenous Australian singer Deborah Cheetham, who also sang in every season. It was orchestrated by Jessica Wells. It is the first opera written by an indigenous Australian and involving an indigenous cast.

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  2. Deborah Cheetham - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Deborah Joy Cheetham AO (born 24 November 1964), is an Aboriginal Australian soprano, actor, composer and playwright.

  3. Deborah Cheetham - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Deborah Joy Cheetham, AO (24 de noviembre de 1964 (56 años) Nowra, Nueva Gales del Sur), es una artista, compositora, cantante soprano, actriz, y dramaturga originaria australiana. [1] Pertenece a la nación turrbal-gubbi y de bebé, fue sometida, y secuestrada de su familia por el Estado australiano, junto a misioneros cristianos.

  4. Deborah Cheetham. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.

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  5. Pecan Summer - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pecan Summer is an opera written and composed by the indigenous Australian singer Deborah Cheetham, who also sang in every season. It was orchestrated by Jessica Wells. It is the first opera written by an indigenous Australian and involving an indigenous cast.

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    • 8 October 2010, WestSide Performing Arts Centre, Mooroopna
  6. Wikizero - Deborah Cheetham

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    Cheetham is a member of the Stolen Generations; she was taken from her mother when she was three weeks old and was raised by a white baptist family. Jimmy Little was her uncle. Cheetham graduated from the NSW Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor of Music Education Degree.

  7. Wikizero - Deborah Cheetham

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    In 2018 Cheetham was one of 52 people who contributed to Anita Heiss's book Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia, along with Adam Goodes, Miranda Tapsell and Celeste Liddle. Cheetham wrote Australia's first requiem based on the frontier wars between first nations people in South Western Victoria and settlers between 1840–1863. [11]

  8. Deborah Cheetham - QueerBio.com

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    Description Aboriginal soprano opera singer, actor, playwright. Author of her autobiographical play 'White Baptist Abba Fan' detailing her experiences of coming to terms with her sexuality and racial identity whilst trying to reunite with her Aboriginal family. Also wrote the indigenous opera 'Pecan Summer'.

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    Deborah Joy Cheetham is an Aboriginal soprano, actor, composer and playwright. Cheetham is a member of the stolen generation; she was taken from her family when she was three weeks old and was raised by a white baptist family. Jimmy Little is her uncle. She studied at the NSW Conservatorium of Music and has studied at the Juilliard School of Music.

  10. Australian composer and soprano, Deborah Cheetham, wrote Australia’s first requiem based on the frontier wars between first nations people in South Western Victoria and settlers which is sung entirely in the Gunditjmara language. Kuurn Kopan Noot language-Wikipedia

  11. Deborah - Wikipedia

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    According to the Book of Judges, Deborah was a prophetess of the God of the Israelites, the fourth Judge of pre-monarchic Israel and the only female judge mentioned in the Bible. Many scholars contend that the phrase, "a woman of Lappidot", as translated from biblical Hebrew in Judges 4:4 denotes her marital status as the wife of Lappidot, or "Lappidoth" as listed in many Bible translations. Additionally, "lappid" translates as "torch" or "lightning", therefore the phrase, "woman of Lappidot" co

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