Australasian Music Research Vol. 7
Edited by Deborah Crisp, volume 7 (2002) comprises articles originating as Musicological Society of Australia national conference papers.
Edited by Deborah Crisp, volume 7 (2002) comprises articles originating as conference papers delivered at the twenty-fourth National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, held at the University of Melbourne in April 2001.
Editorial: Deborah Crisp
Kay Dreyfus: Alma Moodie and the Landscape of Giftedness 1
Fiona Richards: Changing Identities; The Pianist and Composer Helen Perkin 15
Jillian Graham: A Model Environment? Margaret Sutherland's Early Life 31
Adrian Thomas: The Climate of Change: The ABC as Patron of Australian Music During the Hopkins Era. 47
Aaron Corn with Neparrŋa Gumbula: 'Djiliwirri Ganha Dharranhana, Waŋa Limurruŋgu: ' The Creative Foundations of a Yolŋu Popular Song 55
Linda Barwick: Tempo Bands, Metre and Rhythmic Mode in Marri Ngarr 'Church Lirrga' Songs 67
Robin Ryan: Awakening 'The Fire Within': Symbols, Rituals and Reconciliation 85
Liz Reed: 'Awakening': The Politics of Indigenous Control and Authenticity at Sydney 2000 95
Michelle Duffy: 'We Find Ourselves Again'? Recreating Identity through Performance in the Community Music Festival 103
Bronia Kornhauser: Jewish Music: Beyond Nation and Identity? 113
Aline Scott-Maxwell: Locating Klezmer Music in Australia 121
Notes on Contributors 135
Format: Paperback, viii, 138 p.
ISSN 1325 5266
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