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Pac.ML3774 .C66 2018
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TITLE: Community music in Oceania : many voices, one horizon / edited by Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, Melissa Cain, Diana Tolmie, Anne Power, and Mari Shiobara.
PUBLISHED: Honolulu : University of Hawaii, 2018.
DESCRIPTION: vi, 319 pages : illustration ; 23 cm.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.
NOTES: Community music in the Asia Pacific : an introduction / Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, Melissa Cain, Diana Tolmie, Anne Power, and Mari Shiobara --Mapping community music development in Timor-Leste / Gillian Howell -- Conserving knowledge and language practices of singing cultures in low-
NOTES: lying Pacific islands / Te Oti Rakena --Transmitting Japanese folk song : strategies for nationalizing the local and taking it into schools / Mari Shiobara --
NOTES: Child's play? : teaching and learning in Fijian sigidrigi / Jennifer Cattermole -- Gathering to study : the case of the Myo¯an shakuhachi's benkyo¯-kai / Christian Mau -- Hei te po, hei te ao (singing in the dark) : the revival of an indigenous teaching methodology / Karyn Paringatai --Developing a performance involving people with intellectual challenges during the 2012 Beijing Traditional Music Festival Phil Mullen --Community music therapy : from the clinical to community / Kirstin Robertson-Gillam --Exchange and common ground : "the Big Sing in the Desert" / Julie Rickwood -- Transforming lives : exploring eight ways of learning in arts-based service learning with Australian aboriginal communities / Anne Power, Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, and Dawn Bennett --
NOTES: Emergence, care, and sustainability : a community arts project in early childhood education / David Lines --Step outside and bring in the world : a wealth of community musics at your doorstep /Jennifer Walden --
NOTES: Shuo Chang as burdens in song : Xinyao and education communities of practice in Singapore / Eugene Dairianathan and Chee Hoo Lum --The community band experience in Singapore through two lenses : the local and the expatriate / Leonard Tan and Melissa Cain --
NOTES: How a music program can build and sustain a community /Joanne Ruksenas --Techniques and tools for music learning in Australian community choirs / Naomi Cooper --
NOTES: Engaging with the sax beyond conservatoire walls : the community activities of the Queensland Conservatorium Saxophone Orchestra / Diana Tolmie.
SUBJECT: Community music--Oceania--History and criticism.
SUBJECT: Community music--Asia--History and criticism.
ADDED ENTRY: Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh, editor.
ADDED ENTRY: Cain, Melissa, editor.
ADDED ENTRY: Tolmie, Diana, editor.
ADDED ENTRY: Power, Anne editor.
ADDED ENTRY: Shiobara, Mari, 1955- editor

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