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Currency companion to music & dance in…

Currency companion to music & dance in Australia

by Aline Scott-Maxwell

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This book looks at the performing arts, and is unique in its comprehensiveness and its recognition of cultural diversity and community, from 1788 to the present and in locations as diverse as the Cocos Island and Norfolk Island. It pays special attention to the music and dance of indigenous peoples ; it reveals the traditions brought by immigrants from Africa, Europe, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas. It displays the breadth of popular music and dance in articles on genres from minstrel show music and dance to jitterbug, hip-hop and dance party culture.… (more)

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