Aboriginal Music, Education for Living: Cross-cultural Experiences from South Australia
South Australian music styles, cultural use, musical setting (dance, costume/make-up, terminology); song-forms, types, texts, the intoned story; Pitjantjatjara music system - structure and meaning; culture contact and changes to tribal music and its uses, incorporation into Western culture; Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music; musics place in cross-cultural education.
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