Quelle:Routledge,, New York, NY, United States, p.1 online resource (xiii, 160 pages). (2023)
Schlüsselwörter:(OCoLC)fst01030444, (OCoLC)fst01736402, (OCoLC)fst01981815, Australia, Australia., bisacsh, Collaboration., Composition (Music), fast, Indigenous peoples, Music, MUSIC / Ethnomusicology, Music in intercultural communication, Music in intercultural communication., Social aspects, Social aspects.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Foreword. A third space-a sacred space / Deline Briscoe -- Introduction. Katelyn Barney -- Black fulla, White fulla : Can there be a truly balanced collaboration? / Lou Bennett -- Rock band : A third, brave space for Indigenous language / Clint Bracknell -- Theorising ganma : Yothu Yindi and third-space musical collaborations / Aaron Corn -- Call to Yawahr : Opening a third space for collaborative music making between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities / Candace Kruger -- One Mob Dreaming : Cultivating a working model for song-sharing between Koori and non-Koori children in the Bega Valley, New South Wales / Robin Ryan Cruse and Uncle Ossie Cruse -- Indigenous music and cultural engagement : Listening with our ears and hearts / Dawn Joseph and Yin Paradies -- Finding Solid Ground : Industry collaboration and mentoring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in secondary schools / Thomas Fienberg and Debbie Higgison -- Adventures in the third space of intra-Indigenous recording projects : Is border-crossing a bridge or a barrier? / Karl Neuenfeldt -- In the borders and borderlands of coloniality with Hélène Cixous and Gloria Anzaldúa : An ethnomusicological theory-story of intercultural music-making / Elizabeth Mackinlay."This book demonstrates the processes of intercultural musical collaboration and how these processes contribute to facilitating positive relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Australia. Each of the 12 chapters in this edited collection examines specific examples in diverse contexts, and reflects on key issues that underpin musical exchanges, including the benefits and challenges of intercultural music making. The collection demonstrates how these musical collaboration allow Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to work together, to learn from each other, and to improve and strengthen their relationships. The metaphor of the "third space" of intercultural music making is interwoven in different ways throughout this volume. While focusing on Indigenous Australian/non-Indigenous intercultural musical collaboration, the book will be of interest globally as a resource for scholars and postgraduate students exploring intercultural musical communication in countries with histories of colonisation, such as New Zealand and Canada"--Katelyn Barney is Senior Lecturer in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland.Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 30, 2023).