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Rebuilding the Country: La "nuova tradizione" nella musica pop-rock degli aborigeni australiani
La Ricerca Folklorica
No. 46, Genere, sessualità, gestione del corpo (Oct., 2002), pp. 135-143
Published by: Grafo Spa
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1479922
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Aboriginal music - both traditional and popular - is investigated in this article as a whole system believed to be one of the main tools Indigenous Australians have today for reproducing tradition and also for canvassing issues including land rights, Aboriginal lifestyle, and 'black-white' relations. Considered also as a medium for negotiations of local, regional, and national identity, Indigenous musical expression is the subject of the fieldwork the author is currently carrying on investigating issues concerning the construction of identity through music and the intergenerational relationship between traditional and popular performers.
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