Redefining the tradition : the role of women in the evolution and transmission of Australian folk music
This dissertation undertakes an examination of the truth of the assertion that Australian folk music represents a predominantly masculine, working class genre - the view expressed in the official Commonwealth Government description of Australian folk music, the publications of the academy and promoted by the media. In this thesis, the women who have played a key role in the history of Australian folk music are restored from obscurity, highlighting the need for a root - and -...[Show more]
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