Indigenous Performing Arts: Secondary

Author: Watts, R. T. (Editor)
ISBN: 9781741620726

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The long tradition of oral history amongst Australia's Indigenous peoples shows tens of thousands of years of a culture built on the foundation of storytelling. In modern Australia, Indigenous stories can be told through dance, theatre, song, film, and television. This book looks at the history of Indigenous performing arts, as well as some of the noteworthy figures of these different artistic areas.

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Aboriginal peoples are famous for their broad range of performing arts talents. This comprehensive teacher resource covers all area of historical cultural arts aspects and the modern. It is divided into sections based on the following:-


  •  Historical examples
  •  Music processes and styles
  •  Examples and meaning of the music forms
  •  Evolving music forms
  •  Modern examples
  •  Aboriginal musicians today


  •  Historical examples
  •  Dance processes and styles
  •  Examples and meaning of these dances
  •  Evolving dance forms
  •  Modern examples of dance
  •  Aboriginal dancers today

Additional Information

Subtitle No
Author Watts, R. T. (Editor)
Series Name Indigenous Studies Teacher Guide
Series Number 7
ISBN 9781741620726
Format Paperback
Pages No
Publisher Knowledge Books and Software
Publication Date 01/12/2013
Curriculum No
Weight (kg) 0.5000