Song Cultures: Protocols for Producing Indigenous Australian Music

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Australia Council, 2002 - Aboriginal Australians - 46 pages
Defines Indigenous music and discusses the principles and protocols involved in Indigenous music. Looks at performing and recording communally owned music, legal and customary law effects, permission to use particular instruments, secret and sacred material, representation of deceased people. Looks at all aspects of music copyright, including moral rights, ownership and copyright infringement.

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