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Title A distinctive voice in the antipodes : essays in honour of Stephen A. Wild / edited by Kirsty Gillespie, Sally Treloyn and Don Niles.

Published ©2017
Acton, A.C.T. : ANU Press, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xvi, 502 pages) : illustrations
Series Books at JSTOR Open Access
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Stephen A. Wild: a distinctive voice in the antipodes / Kirsty Gillespie, Sally Treloyn, Kim Woo and Don Niles -- Festschrift background and contents / Kirsty Gillespie, Sally Treloyn and Don Niles -- Indigenous Australia -- A different mode of exchange: the Mamurrng ceremony of Western Arnhem Land / Reuben Brown -- Warlpiri ritual contexts as imaginative spaces for exploring traditional gender roles / Georgia Curran -- Form and performance: the relations of melody, poetics, and rhythm in Dhalwangu Manikay / Peter G. Toner -- Alyawarr Women's rain songs / Myfany Turpin, Richard Moyle and Eileen Kemarr Bonney -- Singing with a distinctive voice: comparative musical analysis and the central Australian musical style in the Kimberley / Sally Treloyn -- Turning the colonial tide: working towards a reconciled ethnomusicology in Australia / Elizabeth Mackinlay and Katelyn Barney -- Pacific islands and beyond -- Chanting diplomacy: music, conflict, and social cohesion in Micronesia / Brian Diettrich -- Songs for distance, dancing to be connected: bonding memories of the Ogasawara Islands / Masaya Shishikura -- The politics of the Baining fire dance / Naomi Faik-Simet -- Touristic encounters: imag(in)ing Tahiti and its performing arts / Jane Freeman Moulin -- Heritage and place: Kate Fagan's Diamond wheel and Nancy Kerr's Twice reflected sun / Jill Stubington -- Living in Hawai'i: the pleasures and rewards of Hawaiian music for an 'outsider' ethnomusicologist / Ricardo D. Trimillos -- Archiving and academia -- Protecting our shadow: repatriating ancestral recordings to the Lihir Islands, Papua New Guinea / Kirsty Gillespie -- The history of the 'ukulele 'is today' / Gisa Jähnichen -- 'Never seen it before': the earliest reports and resulting confusion about the Hagen courting dance / Don Niles -- Capturing music and dance in an archive: a meditation on imprisonment / Adrienne L. Kaeppler -- Some comments on the gradual inclusion of musics beyond the Western canon by selected universities and societies / Barbara B. Smith -- Ethnomusicology in Australia and New Zealand: a Trans-Tasman identity? / Dan Bendrups and Henry Johnson -- Publications by Stephen A. Wild.
Summary This volume of essays honours the life and work of Stephen A. Wild, one of Australia's leading ethnomusicologists. Born in Western Australia, Wild studied at Indiana University in the USA before returning to Australia to pursue a lifelong career with Indigenous Australian music. As researcher, teacher, and administrator, Wild's work has impacted generations of scholars around the world, leading him to be described as 'a great facilitator and a scholar who serves humanity through music' by Andrée Grau, Professor of the Anthropology of Dance at University of Roehampton, London. Focusing on the music of Aboriginal Australia and the Pacific Islands, and the concerns of archiving and academia, the essays within are authored by peers, colleagues, and former students of Wild. Most of the authors are members of the Study Group on Music and Dance of Oceania of the International Council for Traditional Music, an organisation that has also played an important role in Wild's life and development as a scholar of international standing. Ranging in scope from the musicological to the anthropological--from technical musical analyses to observations of the sociocultural context of music--these essays reflect not only on the varied and cross-disciplinary nature of Wild's work, but on the many facets of ethnomusicology today.
Other author Gillespie, Kirsty, editor.
Treloyn, Sally, editor.
Niles, a, Don, editor.
Australian National University Press.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Wild, Stephen.
Essays.
Festschriften.
Music -- Oceania.
Dance -- Oceania.
Aboriginal Australians -- Songs and music.
Australian
Electronic books.
Songs and music.
ISBN 9781760461126 (ebook)
1760461121 (ebook)
9781760461119 (paperback)
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