• Ma-Yawa Wangga 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda; Ford, Lysbeth
      Published 2016-11-01
      The Ma-yawa wangga repertory was given to songmen by the Marri Ammu ancestral ghosts known as Ma-yawa. Before the late 1960s, it seems that this repertory was frequently performed at Wadeye, but nowadays Marri Ammu people ...
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      Other
    • Mandji's Wangga 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda; Ford, Lysbeth
      Published 2016-11-01
      Billy Mandji was a prolific and popular Belyuen songman. Active from the 1960s to the 1980s, he travelled widely and was recorded in Kununurra, Timber Creek, Oenpelli and Beswick Creek as well as his home community of ...
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      Other
    • Marri Ngarr lirrga songs: a musicological analysis of song pairs in performance 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2006-01-01
      This article discusses a set of lirrga songs performed for Allan Marett on 1 October 1998 at Wadeye in Australia's Northern Territory by a group of senior Marri Ngarr men comprising the singers and composers Pius Luckan ...
      Open Access
      Article
    • Mirrwana and wurrkama: applying an Indigenous knowledge framework to collaborative research on ceremonies 

      Ford, Payi Linda; Barwick, Linda; Marett, Allan
      Published 2014-01-01
      This chapter outlines how Ford, Barwick and Marett have collaborated to develop, implement, and critically evaluate a research project that integrates and remains true to both Indigenous and western academic knowledge ...
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      Book chapter
    • Multiple uses for old and new recordings: perspectives from the multilingual community of Warruwi 

      O'Keeffe, Isabel; Barwick, Linda; Coleman, Carolyn; Manmurulu, David; Manmurulu, Jenny; Mardbinda, Janet; Naragoidj, Paul; Singer, Ruth
      Published 2018-01-01
      This paper reports on collaborative research by a team of linguists, musicologists, elders, educators and young people from the multilingual Indigenous community of Warruwi (South Goulburn Island, Northern Territory, ...
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      Conference paper
    • Muluk's Wangga 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda; Ford, Lysbeth
      Published 2016-11-01
      Jimmy Muluk (born c. 1925, died sometime before 1986) was one of the great wangga songmen, whose musical virtuosity and love of diversity and variation are exceeded by no other singer. A Mendheyangal man, he held traditional ...
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      Other
    • Musical and linguistic perspectives on Aboriginal song 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda
      Published 2007-01-01
      This article serves as an introduction to the special issue 'Studies in Aboriginal Song' edited by Marett and Barwick. Since 1984, numerous collections of essays dedicated entirely or partly to Aboriginal song and dance ...
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      Article
    • Musical form and style in Murriny Patha djanba songs at Wadeye (Northwest Australia) 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2011-01-01
      This chapter concerns the musical form and social history of djanba songs—public dance-songs in Murriny Patha language from Wadeye, in Australia's northwest Northern Territory—and how they fit within the musical landscape ...
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      Book chapter
    • A musicologist’s wishlist: some issues, practices and practicalities in musical aspects of language documentation. 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2006-01-01
      This paper summarises some of the issues that have arisen for me in my collaborations with linguists in documentation of Australian song. It provides pointers for recording techniques and guidelines as to some of the things ...
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      Article
    • The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: year one in review 

      Marett, Allan; Yunupingu, Mandawuy; Langton, Marcia; Gumbula, Neparrŋa; Barwick, Linda; Corn, Aaron
      Published 2006-01-01
      The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia was conceived at Gunyangara in Arnhem Land during the inaugural Indigenous Performance Symposium in August 2002. The symposium was funded by the ...
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      Book chapter
    • Networking digital data on endangered languages of the Asia Pacific region 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2005-01-01
      Since the invention of audio-visual recording technologies in the late nineteenth century, scholars of languages, cultures and musics from around the world have enthusiastically embraced the potential of portable recording ...
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      Article
    • 'Oltre l'Australia c'è la luna': Maggio garfagnino and the Emigrant Experience 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2012-01-01
      When I first visited the Garfagnana region of north-western Tuscany in 1991, I was assured by functionaries from the provincial government that the Maggio tradition of sung popular theatre would be finished within five ...
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      Book chapter
    • PARADISEC: Background statement for the APAC Data Collections workshop, 18 October 2005 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2006-11-29
      PARADISEC (http://www.paradisec.org.au) is a cross-institutional research initiative established in 2003 by the Universities of Sydney, Melbourne and the Australian National University, joined in 2004 by the University of ...
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      Working Paper
    • PARADISEC: its history and future 

      Barwick, Linda; Harris, Amanda
      Published 2013-01-01
      Founded in 2003 by a team of linguists and musicologists at the University of Sydney, Australian National University and the University of Melbourne, the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered ...
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      Presentation
    • Performance, aesthetics, experience: thoughts on Yawulyu mungamunga songs 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2005-01-01
      In 2000 a CD of Warumungu women’s Yawulyu Mungamunga songs was published by Festival records (Papulu Apparr-kari Aboriginal Language and Culture Centre & Barwick, 2000, 479), and launched in Tennant Creek and in Sydney at ...
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      Book chapter
    • Planning for PARADISEC 

      Barwick, Linda
      Published 2003-01-01
      PARADISEC is a collaborative digital research resource set up by the University of Sydney, the University of Melbourne and the Australian National University in 2003, with funding from the Australia Research Council's ...
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      Conference paper
    • Preface 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda; Ford, Lysbeth
      Published 2013-01-01
      Open Access
      Book chapter
    • Prelims 

      Marett, Allan; Barwick, Linda; Ford, Lysbeth
      Published 2013-01-01
      Open Access
      Book chapter
    • Quantifying the Ineffable? The University of Sydney's 2014 Guidelines for Non-Traditional Research Outputs 

      Barwick, Linda; Toltz, Joseph
      Published 2017-01-01
      Ever since the Australian Research Council (ARC) recognised “non-traditional research outputs” (NTROs) as valid expressions of research, developing benchmarks to measure the quality of artistic research has been of increasing ...
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      Book chapter
    • Quantifying the ineffable? The University of Sydney's 2014 Guidelines for Non-Traditional Research Outputs 

      Barwick, Linda; Toltz, Joseph
      Published 2017-01-01
      Open Access
      Book chapter