Linda Barwick
Linda Barwick
Professor, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage
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Creative (ir) regularities: the intermeshing of text and melody in performance of Central Australian song
L Barwick
Australian Aboriginal Studies, 12, 1989
581989
Endangered songs and endangered languages.
A Marett, L Barwick
Foundation for Endangered Languages, 2003
442003
Iwaidja Jurtbirrk songs: Bringing language and music together
L Barwick, B Birch, N Evans
Australian Aboriginal Studies, 6, 2007
402007
Fables and endless genealogies: Soap opera and women's culture
ME Brown, L Barwick
Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 1 (2), 71-82, 1988
401988
Musical syntax and the problem of meaning in a Central Australian songline
CJ Ellis, LM Barwick
Musicology Australia 10 (1), 41-57, 1987
381987
Turning it all upside down... Imagining a distributed digital audiovisual archive
L Barwick
Literary and Linguistic Computing 19 (3), 253-263, 2004
362004
Tempo bands, metre and rhythmic mode in Marri Ngarr'Church Lirrga'songs
L Barwick
Australasian Music Research, 67, 2002
362002
Song as an Indigenous art
L Barwick
Oxford companion to Aboriginal art and culture, 328-335, 2000
302000
For the sake of a song: Wangga songmen and their repertories
A Marett, L Barwick, L Ford
Sydney University Press, 2013
282013
Musical form and style in Murriny Patha djanba songs at Wadeye (Northwest Australia)
L Barwick
Oxford University Press, 2011
282011
Performance, aesthetics, experience: Thoughts on Yawulyu Mungamunga songs
L Barwick
Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005
272005
Gender ‘taboos’ and didjeridus
L Barwick
The Didjeridu: From Arnhem Land to Internet. Sydney: John Libbey, 89-98, 1997
271997
Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT
L Barwick, A Marett, M Walsh, N Reid, L Ford
Literary and Linguistic Computing 20 (4), 383-397, 2005
262005
Marri Ngarr lirrga songs: a musicological analysis of song pairs in performance
L Barwick
Musicology Australia 28 (1), 1-25, 2005
262005
The essence of singing and the substance of song: Recent responses to the Aboriginal performing arts and other essays in honour of Catherine Ellis
CJ Ellis, L Barwick, A Marett, G Tunstill
Institute of Criminology, Sydney, 1995
251995
Central Australian women's ritual music: Knowing through analysis versus knowing through performance
L Barwick
Yearbook for Traditional Music 22, 60-79, 1990
241990
Keeping records of language diversity in melanesia: the pacific and regional archive for digital sources in endangered cultures (PARADISEC)
N Thieberger, L Barwick
Melanesian languages on the edge of Asia: Challenges for the 21st Century …, 2012
232012
Cybraries in paradise: new technologies and ethnographic repositories
L Barwick, N Thieberger
Libr@ ries: Changing information space and practice, 133-49, 2006
212006
A musicologist’s wishlist: some issues, practices and practicalities in musical aspects of language documentation.
L Barwick
Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project, School of Oriental and African …, 2006
202006
The national recording project for Indigenous performance in Australia: Year One in review
A Marett, M Yunupingu, M Langton, N Gumbula, L Barwick, A Corn
Australia Council for the Arts, 2006
192006
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