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Landscapes Of Indigenous Performance

Music, Song And Dance Of The Torres Strait And Arnhem Land
  • 171 Pages
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  • 7801 Downloads
  • English

Aboriginal Studies Press
Music, Sociology, History, Dance, Social Science, Music/Songbooks, History and criticism, Genres & Styles - Folk & Traditional, Australia, Torres Strait Islanders, Anthropology - Cultural, Ethnomusic
ContributionsFiona Magowan (Editor), Karl Neuenfeldt (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8301094M
ISBN 100855754931
ISBN 139780855754938

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