Folk, Ethnic, Trad.

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ABDOLLAH POUR, Shima GelarehThe lives of Iranian women singers in diasporaMResUniversity of Melbourne2014
ACKER, YolandaMusic in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)PhDAustralian National UniversityIn Progress (2014)
AMANATIDIS, AgapiComing into being: metaphors of self and becoming in Carnival, on the Aegean Island of SkyrosPhDUniversity of Adelaide2005345
ANNABELL, Angela RuthNew Zealand’s cultural and economic development reflected in song : aspects of the New Zealand folk song ethos.PhDUniversity of Auckland1976473+ cass
AO, YuminA study on the thematic, narrative and musical structure of Yuan Zaju Injustice to Dou EPhDUniversity of Otago2011270
BALL, Dorothy LouieThe popular element in the music of the English virginal school MMusUniversity of Auckland1979186
BARWICK, LindaCritical perspectives on oral song in performance : the case of Donna Lombarda PhDFlinders University19862 vol + 2 cass
BASILE, ChristopherAn ethnomusicological study of the Macedonian Women's Choir of Melbourne MAMonash University1991124
BAUDER, AmyAuthenticity in Australian country musicPhDMacquarie University2016307
BENDRUPS, FayeTango sobre Argentina : una colisión exótica de nostalgia, política y negación PhDLaTrobe University2002393
BIEZAITIS, MaraVolfgangs Darzins (1906-1962) : a response to Latvian music traditions in emigrationMMusUniversity of Adelaide1984179
BLACK, TaiarahiaKāore te aroha-- : te hua o te wānanga PhDMassey University2000484 + 3 CDs
BOURCHIER, RandallAustralian multicultural policies, the arts and traditional music and dance within the Cambodian community of Melbourne MAMonash University1991102
BRACKNELL, Clint ThomasNatj Waalanginy (What singing?): Nyungar song from the south-west of Western AustraliaPhDUniversity of Western Aust.2015
BRENNAN, Carolyn WFrom Alam Melayu to Melayu Baru : understanding Dikir Barat in Singapore = From Malay world to New Malay : From Malay world to New MalayPhDUniversity of Melbourne2009
BROWN, Michael"There's a sound of many voices in the camp and on the track": a descriptive analysis of folk music collecting in New Zealand 1955-1975MAVictoria University of Wellington2006245
BROWN, MichaelMaking our own : two ethnographies of the vernacular in New Zealand music : tramping club singsongs and the Māori guitar strumming stylePhDNZ School of Music (Victoria + Massey)2012329 + 3 Discs
BROWNLEE, JaneThe transmission of traditional fiddle music in AustraliaMMusUniversity of Sydney2009193
BRUNT, Shelley"Performing community: Japan's 50th Kouhaku Song Contest"PhDUniversity of Adelaide20062 vol + DVD
BRYANT, Helen JuliaThe nature and role of music in No - with special reference to the play, HogoromoMAAustralian National University19751 vol
BURNS, RobertTransforming folk : innovation and tradition in English folk-rock musicPhDUniversity of Otago2008307
BYRNES, Jonathan LawrenceThe devil’s horn and the music of the brothel approaching adaptation and performance of tango for the classical saxophonistPhDUniversity of Sydney2016111
CAINGLET, Enrique CantelHispanic influences on the West Visayan folk song tradition of the PhilippinesPhDUniversity of Adelaide19812 vol
CALLAGHAN, Laurel JeanA comparative framework for an analysis of the influence of language on national music style MAUniversity of Western Aust.19792 vol
CHEN, Zhi-JunTraditional opera in TaiwanMCAUniversity of Wollongongin progress (NiC08/07)
CHICOINE, Matthew Robert "The Detroit Way": creative exchange in music production, 1950-2000MAUniversity of Auckland2014150
CHITTY, Gina Ismene ShenazPublic postures, private positions: baila and Sydney Sri LankansPhDMacquarie University2005226
COLEMAN, Jennie J.Transmigration of the Piob Mhor : the Scottish Highland piping tradition in the South Island of New Zealand, with particular reference to Southland, Otago, and South Canterbury to 1940PhDUniversity of Otago1996744
COLSON, GeoffroySustainability of musical heritage in the Tahiti: An analysis of aesthetic and cultural issues of change and hybridity with creative and collaborative responsesPhDUniversity of SydneyIn Progress (2012)
COLSON, GeoffroyCompositional Ethnomusicology and the Tahitian Musical Landscape: Towards Meta-Sustainability through Creative Practice Research Informed by Ethnographic FieldworkPhDUniversity of Sydney2016
COURTEAU, Mona-LynnMusic and dance performance, longing, and the construction of Brazil in Auckland, New ZealandMAUniversity of Auckland2006160
CUMMINGS, Timothy JamesThe Great Highland bagpipe: extended techniques and their musical potential.MAVictoria University of Wellington2002224
CUNDELL, Roger Guy ScottAcross the Pacific: the transformation of the steel guitar from Hawaiian folk instrument to popular music mainstay.MPhilUniversity of Adelaide2014151
DALTON, Fion Margaret PageTransforming Dalit identity : ancient drum beat, new songMDev.Stud.Victoria University of Wellington2008179
DASS, RozitaTowards a theory of how teachers and students in Singapore secondary schools deal with literature in English studiesPhDUniversity of Western Aust.2011254
DASSENAIKE, Nilusha RanjiniSinhala folk music : its vocal traditions and stylistic nuancesMPhilAustralian National University201289 + CD
DAVIDSON-IRWIN, Rhonda G.The role of Chinese music in the Queensland primary school curriculumMMus Ed.University of Western Aust.1997161
de JONG, HollyContinuity and change : some aspects of Ethiopian music in AustraliaMMusUniversity of Melbourne2011126
DENSON, Marjorie LouiseMusic from the Margins: An Autoethnographic Study of the Development of a Jazz Composer’s VoiceDMAGriffith University2014190
DIAZ-GOMEZ, Justo JLa Peña : the politics of early world musicPhDUniversity of Western Sydney2010195
DIECKMANN, SamanthaExploring musical acculturation: The musical lives of South Sudanese Australians, Filipino Australians and White Australians in BlacktownPhDUniversity of Sydney2016379
DIOR, DaliaSephardic song [manuscript] : a bridge between culturesMAMacquarie University2009155 + Map + CD
DOAR, Bruce Gordon"We will create a music for the following empire" : developments in Chinese dramatic criticism, 1898-1918 PhDUniversity of Sydney1982280
DONAGHY, Joseph KeolaThe language is the music : perceptions of authority and authenticity in Hawaiian language composition and vocal performancePhDUniversity of Otago2011443
DOUGAL, Josephine KathleenNation, culture and family : identity in a Scottish/Australian popular song tradition PhDCurtin University of Technology2010352
DUFFY, MichelleMusic of Place: The Performance of Identity in Contemporary Australian Community Music FestivalsPhDUniversity of Melbourne2001220 + 210
DUNBAR, Mark'All take, take, take ....' migrant musicians, the Australia Council, multiculturalism and music-making in Australia MAMonash University1989123
DUNLOP, Roslyn AnnThe indigenous music of East Timor and its relationship to the social and cultural mores and lulik worldview of its autochthonous peoplePhDUniversity of Newcastle2016278
EIKAS-LEE, WendyMusic of Nepalese Festivals in Migration and Its Social and Musical Implications, in SingaporePhDUniversity of OtagoIn Progress (2015)
ENCARNACAO, JohnPunk aesthetics in independent "new folk", 1990-2008MAUniversity of Technology Sydney2009129
ENGLISH, HelenMusic as a Resource for World-Building in Newcastle, NSW and its Townships, 1869–1879PhDUniversity of Newcastle2016239
ENIZILIS, DemetraThe language of rebetika: a description and analysisMAUniversity of Melbourne1996128
EVANS, Julie SpithillA study of music and tradition at Sydney Assyrian wedding receptions MMusUniversity of Sydney2002108 + video
FAHEY, WinThere's a lot more to music than music: folk music, folk festivals and cultural differenceMAGriffith University199995
FORBES, Anne-Marie H.Celticism in British opera of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuriesPhDUniversity of Queensland1992302
FORWARD, IanThe music of Finnish migrants in Canberra and MelbourneMAMonash University1997133
FRANCO-HARDWICK, Kathryn G.From Mediated to Immediate: The Role of Technology on the Performance of Slovenian Folk Music in Port Lincoln, South AustraliaMMusUniversity of Adelaidein progress (NiC08/07)
FREILICH, RachelSong as the spiritual elevation of the soul: Habad women in Australia and their musical expressionPhDUniversity of Sydney2006416
GAETJENS, Peter W.Flamenco guitar in the twentieth centuryMMusUniversity of Adelaidein progress (NiC08/07)
GALEA, JeffGhana: the folk music of Malta influences on my musicMAUniversity of Wollongong200565 + 1 CD
GALL, JenniferRedefining the tradition : the role of women in the evolution and transmission of Australian folk musicPhDAustralian National University2008334 p + CD
GALVIN, Stephen PatrickThe furrowed field : views of song and literature in Ireland 1840-1922 A.DMMusUniversity of Auckland1999122
GARTH, AlanA study of an Australian rural music festival MADeakin University2000166
GARZOLI, JohnIntonational, idiomatic, and historical factors that shape contemporary Thai fusion musicPhDMonash University2015340
GEORGOULASHybrid identities: being a Greek musicker in Melbourne and in GreecePhDMonash University2016
GOH, CalebCries from within : the struggles and triumphs of creating a Singaporean voice in musical theatrePhDEdith Cowan University2015
GREGORY, MarkAustralian working songs and poems - a rebel heritagePhDUniversity of Wollongong2014
GUNTER, PhilipOrnamentation in performance styles on the contemporary Arabic 'udMAMonash University1996156
HALDEY, OlgaVoices of the Russian calendar : the design of a program of computer-assisted instruction using traditional calendric songs of West and South of Russia MMus Ed.University of Sydney1995197
HAMIORA, Angeline MauriceAku waiata mo ngā tamariki, mokopuna: 1980 - 1990M.EdUniversity of Auckland2003172
HAMMOND, JaneDancing with ghosts: the topic of the pastoral explored in a folio of music compositionsPhDMonash University2015
HARDCASTLE, Adam Christopher'Letting good happen' sustaining community music in regional Australia: a study of the Green Triangle cross-border regionPhDMonash University2015
HARDWICK-FRANCO, KathrynSlovenian folk music and identity maintenance in remote Port Lincoln, South AustraliaMMusUniversity of Adelaidein progress (2007)
HARRISON, GregoryThe dialectics and aesthetics of freedom: Hegel, slavery and African American musicPhDUniversity of Sydney1999463
HEINRICH, Marie IreneThe Radif of Reza Vali : An analysis of Persian music traditions in the selected flute repertoire of Reza ValiMMusPerfUniversity of Sydney201181
HELM, StephanieGamelan in Japan: Expressions of Japaneseness in pedagogical infrastructure and practice MAMonash Universityin progress (2006)
HILLENIUS, Sytske RosanneBush dance music in Tasmania: a recent social and cultural history of live music played for dancingMMusUniversity of Melbourne201468
HIRT, AndreasThe lays of Fionn mac Cumhaill: Performance practice and insights into Gaelic musicPhDUniversity of OtagoIn progress (2008)
HOE, Mern SophianAn investigation of inter-cultural music learning and teaching in Balinese and Javanese gamelanMMusUniversity of Sydney200892
HORN, KippsRebetika music in Melbourne, 1950-2000: old songs in a new land, new songlines in an old landPhDMonash University2002353
HORSLEY, Matthew ScottEvolution, not revolution: tradition and innovation in Afro-Cuban musicMMusUniversity of Melbourne201286
HUNTER, Cynthia LThe folkies: an ethnography of folkies and their songsMAUniversity of Western Aust.1983178
JABUR, NazarThe efficacy of performance in furthering cross-cultural understanding between refugees and Australian society: a refugee artist's commitment to the maintenance of cultural identity and the integrity of personal memory MCAUniversity of Newcastle200477
JONES, Anthony LindenThemes of Signification: Representing Aboriginality in Australian Film Music, 1930 to 1970PhDUniversity of SydneyIn progress (2008)
KAIWAI, Hector MoanaPūkana rawatia! : Mickey Mouse does the hakaMAUniversity of Auckland2003152
KARINI, AngelaThe status of contemporary Māori musicMPhilMassey University200998
KELLY, Mary JoThe role of the piano in the salsa, son ensembleGDip MusGriffith University199436 + cass
KEWENE-DOIG, Louise Mahinarangi Turning Up the Māori: The Showband Mix-O-Matic AppMaster of MusicUniversity of Otago2016
KHOZANATU LAHPAN, Neneng YantiNegotiating ethnicity and Islam in musical performances in West Java IndonesiaPhDMonash University2015307
KIEK, MaraSpectral characteristics of traditional Bulgarian female folk singingMAppSciUniversity of Sydney2008131
KIM, Jung-minRe-discovery of traditional music in Choong-shin Presbyterian Church, Korea GradDipMusAustralian National University200193
KOERBIN, PaulI am Pir Sultan Abdal : a hermeneutical study of the self-naming tradition (mahlas) in Turkish Alevi lyric song (deyiş)PhDUniversity of Western Sydney2011430 + 3CDs
KONDO, MasakoPortfolio of recorded performances and exegesis [sound recording] : the influence of selected traditional Japanese musical concepts on contemporary flute repertoireM.Mus.University of Adelaide201039 +2CDs
KUMAR, Santhosh SathyaTowards the development of an inculturated eucharistic liturgy for the Church of South India: a liturgical experiment using the ragas of Indian classical music.DTheolMelbourne College of Divinity2006345
LA TROBE, JoanneRed earth: music-culture of Rār̥h, India MA (Anthrop)University of Auckland1998175 + disc
LEE, ElsaSunan Chui Da : an investigation of the Role of Percussion in Traditional Chinese MusicMMusUniversity of Adelaide19881 vol
LEE, ElsaThe changing role and status of the drummer in Chuanju (Sichuan opera)PhDUniversity of Adelaide19933 vol
LEE, RileyYearning for the bell: a study of transmission in the shakuhachi honkyoku traditionPhDUniversity of Sydney1992684
LEININGER-OGAWA, MarikaContemporary Tradition: Japanese Traditional Music and the Live Club Scene in TokyoPhDUniversity of Adelaidein progress (2002?)
LEWIS, AnthonyBecoming a garamut drummer in Baluan Island, Manus Province, Papua New GuineaPhDUniversity of Sydney2012
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