Inscribed on reverse: 'ATS 289_002'; 'No.73'; and with the following notes by Nora Kerr:
"A dance from gadraynya - in this dance people dance in two lines, in couples side by side, carrying burning brands. At the end of the dance they shower sparks over one another. The partner is chosen according to kinship status, and presents are later exchanged between the two partners.
||: Wiringiri dyarndi garinya wayungariga* nga :|| ||: mara bagu gurdunggul (night grows dark) bina (ant-eggs) garla minyiwa nga (fooling around annoyingly, 'humbug') :||
*a term for people south of the Fitzroy (roughly 'Easterners')
(these meanings are from Nyigina, and may not apply to this song at all)
(also see text #7 on Reel 49 for another song for the same dance in which dancers shower sparks on one another)."