The Resource 'Sing loud, breakthrough the silence': : musical responses to the national apology to the Stolen Generations, Katelyn Barney

'Sing loud, breakthrough the silence': : musical responses to the national apology to the Stolen Generations, Katelyn Barney

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'Sing loud, breakthrough the silence': : musical responses to the national apology to the Stolen Generations
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'Sing loud, breakthrough the silence':
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musical responses to the national apology to the Stolen Generations
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Katelyn Barney
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eng
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"This article explores how contemporary music-making intersects with discourses of reconciliation surrounding the Apology and considers the ways music underscores the hope for healing and justice for Indigenous Australians, recognition of colonial history, and relationships and collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Drawing on Indigenous and non-Indigenous responses and using examples of songs written since the Apology and interviews with the performers, I explore the ways in which Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian songwriters have musically expressed their responses to this powerful moment and their attempts to generate awareness and break the silence about the history of the Stolen Generations through the medium of contemporary song."[Author's abstract]
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'Sing loud, breakthrough the silence': : musical responses to the national apology to the Stolen Generations, Katelyn Barney
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Bibliography: pages 91-94
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'Sing loud, breakthrough the silence': : musical responses to the national apology to the Stolen Generations, Katelyn Barney
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 91-94

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