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The Australian Academy of Humanities annual lecture : ancestral songs : understandings of Aboriginal song since 1788, Margaret Clunies Ross

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The Australian Academy of Humanities annual lecture : ancestral songs : understandings of Aboriginal song since 1788
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The Australian Academy of Humanities annual lecture
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ancestral songs : understandings of Aboriginal song since 1788
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Margaret Clunies Ross
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eng
Summary
Argues that the core of traditional Aboriginal culture - music, song and dance, which have been the prime means of its intellectual and aesthetic expression, remains unappreciated and unknown to many Australians; reasons for this include European valuing of literacy, ignorance of Aboriginal rituals and importance of music to ceremony and cultural life
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1942-
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Clunies Ross, Margaret
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non fiction
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The Australian Academy of Humanities annual lecture : ancestral songs : understandings of Aboriginal song since 1788, Margaret Clunies Ross
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references p. 101 - 103
Label
The Australian Academy of Humanities annual lecture : ancestral songs : understandings of Aboriginal song since 1788, Margaret Clunies Ross
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references p. 101 - 103

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