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Music As Communication
Experience and Message
Aboriginal Music in South Australia
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Aboriginal music Aboriginal musicians Aboriginal students acculturated achieved Adelaide Aboriginal Orchestra areas aspects Australian aware Bateson's behaviour bimusicality boundaries CASM ceremony chapter communication concepts cross-cultural culture dance develop didjeridu Dreaming duration education through music Elder Conservatorium elders Ellis ethnocentric ethnomusicology example experience expression Figure fringe dwellers important Indulkana involved katu knowledge lessons levels of learning listening living meaning melodic section melody Miniri multicultural music education music teacher music therapy myth ngumi ngumi witinu non-Aboriginal non-tribal notes Nunga occur Onomatopoeia particular perceive person Pitjantjatjara playing Port Adelaide possible present problems recordings rhythm rhythmic pattern rhythmic segments singer singing situation small song social song text songline sound South Australia spiritual story Strehlow structure sung taught teaching technical techniques tion tjintir tjintir traditional tribal Aboriginal tribal music tribal performers tribal teachers understanding University of Adelaide urban Aboriginal verse Western music words