|Authors: ||Dunbar-Hall, P. (Peter), ((author.)), Gibson, Chris, 1973-, ((author.))|
|Publisher:||Sydney, NSW : University of NSW Press,|
- There are 102 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 25 copies of this specific edition.
- Contemporary Aboriginal music in Australia
- Dunbar-Hall, P. (Peter), (author.)
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- 296 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
- This is the first comprehensive book on contemporary Aboriginal music in Australia. The book includes a discography of the artists featured in the book.
- Introduction : what is "contemporary Aboriginal music"?
- Origins, institutions, industries
- Music, place, and identity
- Singing country
- Aboriginality and transnational black culture : Hip-hop and R&B
- Sites as songs : place in the music of Warumpi Band
- Djabugay : language, education, tourism, music
- Recording and cultural tourism in Alice Springs
- Meinmuk mujik : the Top End sound
- Nitmiluk! : place and post-colonialism
- Mapping the Kimberley : music and regionalism
- Reclaiming country.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -289), discography (p. -268), and index.
- 9780868406220 (paperback)
- 0868406228 (paperback)
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