Wurltjirri is a set of 5 songs created by the Nangu clansman Tjimarrarr in the 1930s. One song in the series was composed by Dithungga, his brother. These songs are strophic and didjeridu-accompanied. The didjeridu accompaniment of some songs uses the overblown hoot, which is never used in other didjeridu-accompanied genres of this and surrounding areas, being characteristic rather of northeast Arnhem Land styles. It is also highly unusual elsewhere in Australia to see women leading the singing of didjeridu-accompanied songs.