Musical Visions

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Gerry Bloustien
Wakefield Press, 1999 - Aboriginal Australians - 166 pages
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Presents a unique way of thinking about and debating the many facets of contemporary popular music. Here are some of Australia's leading academics, musicians, music journalists and practitioners debating current and emerging developments on popular music. A variety of musical styles and topics are covered, including indigenous music.
 

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Contents

DRIVEN BY THE SONIC LANGUAGE PASSION
21
MUSICAL FORM AND THE EARLY 1960s POP SONG
35
MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
49
EXPERIENCES OF PERSONAL AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN THE PERFORMANCE
63
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF AN INDIGENOUSOWNED RECORDING
77
ROTATE ON THIS
82
WHOSE MUSIC WHOSE IDENTITY?
95
SCENES IDENTITIES AND CULTURAL CAPITAL
115
TRADITIONAL WORLD MUSIC AS POPULAR MUSIC
131
AUSTRALIAN POPULAR MUSIC AND EVERYDAY LIFE
147
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
163
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