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Aboriginal music and the recording machine, A. M. Moyle

Label
Aboriginal music and the recording machine
Title
Aboriginal music and the recording machine
Statement of responsibility
A. M. Moyle
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the importance of the recording machine in the field of ethnomusicology for the collection, preservation and field studies of primitive or pre-literate music; argues machine has replaced field transcription of music but transcription still valuable in ehtnomusicology; outlines history of use of machines for recording music; commentary on slides and recordings of Tasmanian Aboriginal Fanny Cochrane Smith, of transcriptions of Tasmanian songs and of recordings by Baldwin Spencer and demonstrating the differences between the Oenpelli and Kakadu songs recorded in 1912 and the1962 re-recording; argues recording music is only one field of investigation and that different recordings in different situations and conditions affect the music recorded
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1908-2005
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Moyle, Alice M.
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  • Smith, Fanny Cochrane
  • Spencer, Baldwin
Label
Aboriginal music and the recording machine, A. M. Moyle
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Typescript
  • Photocopy
Extent
14 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & quotation. Principal and/or Depositor's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
p9316
Label
Aboriginal music and the recording machine, A. M. Moyle
Publication
Note
  • Typescript
  • Photocopy
Extent
14 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & quotation. Principal and/or Depositor's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Stock number
p9316

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