Ballads as popular performance art in Papua New Guinea and Scotland
Andrew Strathern, Pamela J. Stewart, James Cook University of North Queensland. Centre for Pacific Studies)
Centre for Pacific Studies, James Cook University, 1997 - Ethnomusicology
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