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BOOKS

Barwick, L.M., Marett, A.J. and Simpson, J. (eds.)

2003 Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings.. Refereed conference proceedings of the international workshop held at the University of Sydney, 30 September-1 October 2003. Sydney: University of Sydney. Published online via the Open Conference Management System at http://conferences.arts.usyd.edu.au/index.php?cf=2.

Barwick, L.M., Marett, A.J. and Tunstill, G.T. (eds.)

1995 The Essence of Singing and the Substance of Song. Recent Responses to Aboriginal Performing Arts and Other Essays for Catherine Ellis. Sydney: University of Sydney (Oceania Monograph 46).

Barwick, L.M. with Page, J.

1994 Gestualità e musica di un Maggio garfagnino: "I Paladini di Francia" secondo l'interpretazione dei maggianti della Compagnia di Gorfigliano, 1988. [Movement and Music of a Garfagnino maggio, "I Paladini di Francia," as performed by the players of the Gorfigliano Company,1988.] Lucca: Assessorato alla Cultura della Provincia di Lucca [120pp.]

Barwick, L.M.

1991 Secondary Documentation of the Group Project on Andagarinja (Antikirinya) Women, northern South Australia, 1966-68 Expeditions. Restricted document deposited in the Archive of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Studies, Canberra [534pp].

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ARTICLES

Barwick, L.M.

2006'A musicologist's wish list: some issues, practices and practicalities in musical aspects of language documentation.' In P. K. Austin (Ed.), Language documentation and description (Vol. 3). London: School of Oriental and African Studies, in press.
2005a 'Networking digital data on endangered languages of the Asia Pacific region.' International Journal of Indigenous Research 1(1), 11-16.
2005b'Performance, aesthetics, experience: thoughts on Yawulyu Mungamunga songs.' In E. Mackinlay, S. Owens & D. Collins (Eds.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance. Amersham, Bucks: Cambridge Scholars Press, 1-18.
2005c'Marri Ngarr lirrga songs: a musicological analysis of song pairs in performance.' Musicology Australia, 28 (2005), in press
2005d"An ample and very poetical narrative": the vicissitudes of "La Pia" between the literary and oral traditions.' In M. Baker, F. Coassin & D. Glenn (Eds.), Flinders Dante Conferences, 2002 & 2004 (pp. 77-101). Adelaide: Lythrum Press.
2004'Turning it all upside down: Imagining a distributed digital audiovisual archive.' Literary and Linguistic Computing 19(3), 253-263.
2003a'Tempo bands, metre and rhythmic mode in Marri Ngarr "Church Lirrga" songs.' Australasian Music Research 7, 67-83.
2003b'The Endangered Cultures Research Group's Digitisation Project: Using Digital Audio for Musicological Research.' In C. Cole and H. Craig (eds), Computing Arts 2001: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities. University of Sydney: Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sydney, in association with the Australian Academy of the Humanities, 147-159.
2000'Song as an Indigenous Art.' In Margo Neale and Sylvia Kleinert (eds), Oxford Companion to Indigenous Art and Culture. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 328-35.
1998a'The Kimberleys Area.' In A. Kaeppler and J. Wainwright Love (eds), Encyclopedia of World Music (Oceania volume). New York: Garland Publishing, 430-33.
1998b'Gender in Australian Music.' In A. Kaeppler and J. Wainwright Love (eds), Encyclopedia of World Music (Oceania volume). New York: Garland Publishing, 241-3.
1998c'Australia: Music of Immigrants: Italians.' In A. Kaeppler and J. Wainwright Love (eds), Encyclopedia of World Music (Oceania volume). New York: Garland Publishing, 79-82.
1998d'Maggio.' In Mary Ellen Brown (ed), Encyclopedia of Folklore and Literature.  New York: Garland Publications, 402-4.
1998e'Nigra, Costantino.' In Mary Ellen Brown (ed), Encyclopedia of Folklore and Literature.  New York: Garland Publications, 455-6.
1996a'Gender "Taboos" and Didjeridus.' In K. Neuenfeldt (ed), The Didjeridu: From Arnhem Land to the Internet. Sydney: John Libbey in association with Perfect Beat Publications, 89-98.
1996bObituary for Catherine Ellis. Music Forum  3.1 (October-November 1996): 2.
1996cObituary for Catherine Ellis. Australian Aboriginal Studies issue number 2/1996: 97-99
1996dObituary for Catherine Ellis. Yearbook for Traditional Music 28 (1996): xi-xiii.
1995a'Unison and "Disagreement" in a Mixed Women's and Men's Performance from the Ellis Collection, Oodnadatta 1966.' In L. Barwick, A.Marett and G. Tunstill (eds.) The Essence of Singing and the Substance of Song: Recent Responses to the Aboriginal  Performing Arts and Other Essays in Honour of Catherine Ellis. Sydney: University of Sydney, Oceania Monograph 46,  95-105.
1995b'Catherine Ellis: Career History and List of Publications, Papers and Reports.' In L. Barwick, A.Marett and G. Tunstill (eds.) The Essence of Singing and the Substance of Song: Recent Responses to the Aboriginal  Performing Arts and Other Essays in Honour of Catherine Ellis. Sydney: University of Sydney, Oceania Monograph 46,  209-222.
1995c'"Sculpting the Words": Context Sensitivity in Vocal and Movement Performance Style of the Tuscan Maggio,' Journal of the European Society for Ethnomusicology 1 (published electronically at http://www.music.ed.ac.uk/colloquia/conferences/esem/bar.html).
1995dReview of Francesco Giannattasio, Il concetto di musica. Roma: Nuova Italia Scientifica, 1992. Ethnomusicology 39: 286-8.
1995eReview of Tullia Magrini (ed.), Il Maggio drammatico. Una tradizione di teatro in musica.  Bologna: Edizioni Analisi, 1992. Ethnomusicology 39: 288-90.
1994aEntry on 'Song' in D. Horton (ed.) Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia, volume 2. Canberra: Australian Aboriginal Studies Press, 1005-6.
1994b'The Filipino Komedya and the Italian Maggio: Cross-cultural Perspectives on other Genres of Popular Music Theatre.' In A.M. Gibbs (ed), Masks of Time: Drama and Its Contexts. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities, 71-108.
1994c'Variation or Contamination? Narrative Instability in the Italian Traditional Song Donna lombarda.' In D. Stockmann and A. Erler (eds.), Historische Volksmusikforschung. Studiengruppe zur Erforschung historischer Volksmusikquellen im ICTM. Beitrage der 10. Arbeitstagung in Göttingen 1991. Göttingen: Editions Re,  93-102.
1993Review of Tullia Magrini (ed.), Il Maggio drammatico. Una tradizione di teatro in musica. Bologna: Edizioni Analisi, 1992. [different subject matter from 1995e above] Yearbook for Traditional Music 25:165-7.
1992a'Women as Performers and Agents of Change in the Italian Ballad Tradition.' In Italian Discipline of Flinders University (eds.), Riflessi e riflessioni: Italian reflections. Bedford Park, Flinders University, 189-202.
1992bReview of Marcello Sorce Keller, Tradizione orale e canto corale: ricerca musicologica in Trentino. Bologna: Arnaldo Forni, 1991. Yearbook for Traditional Music 24: 166-8.
1992cComment on J. Hirshberg's forum article 'In Search of a Model for Transplanted Musics.' Musicology Australia 15: 34-5.
1991a'Same Tunes, Different Voices: Contemporary Use of Traditional Models in the Italian Folk Ensemble's Ballata grande per Francesco Fantin (Adelaide, 1990),' Musicology Australia 14: 47-67.
1991b'Partial Records: The Problematics of Loss and Change in Historical Ethnomusicology.' In Y. Tokumaru, M. Ohmiya, M. Kanazawa, O. Yamaguti, T. Tukitani, A. Takamatsu and M. Shimosako (eds), Tradition and Its Future in Music. Report of SIMS 1990 Osaka. Tokyo and Osaka, Mita Press, 139-45.
1991cReview of Women and Music in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Edited by Ellen Koskoff. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1989 (Illini Books edition. Reprint. Originally published: New York: Greenwood Press, 1987). Australian Journal of Anthropology 2(1): 149-50.
1991dReview of Margaret Kartomi, On Concepts and Classifications of Musical Instruments. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1990. Sounds Australian 31 (Spring 1991): 41-2.
1990a'Central Australian Women's Ritual Music: Knowing through Analysis versus Knowing through Performance,' Yearbook for Traditional Music  22: 60-79.
1990bReview of Songs of Aboriginal Australia. Edited by Margaret Clunies Ross, Tamsin Donaldson, and Stephen A. Wild. Oceania Monograph 32. Sydney: University of Sydney, 1987. Ethnomusicology 34: 177-9.
1989'Creative (Ir)regularities: The Intermeshing of Text and Melody in Performance of Central Australian Song,' Australian Aboriginal Studies, number 1: 12-28.
1988/89'Transcription as Deflowering: Collection Practices in Italy, pre-1939,' Musicology Australia 11/12: 35-41.
1987a'Italian Traditional Music in Adelaide,' Australian Folklore 1: 44-67. A different version of the paper also appears in  K. Hollinshead (ed.), The Possum Stirs...Proceedings of the Second National Folklore Conference. Sydney, Australian Folk Trust, 1987, 377-89.
1987b'Vacillating Voices: Representations of Women in Italian Popular Song.' In J. Fiske and H. Ruthrof (eds.), Literature and Popular Culture. Selected papers from the ASPACLS Conference, December 1984, Murdoch University (Australian Journal of Cultural Studies, special issue), 151-61.
1987cComment on J. Stubington's forum article 'Preservation and conservation of Australian traditional musics.' Musicology Australia 10:11.
1986'The Raccolta Barbi at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa,' Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, N.S. 3: 259-98.
1985'Multiculturalisms,' Centre for Research into New Literatures in English Reviews Journal issue number 2: 80-2.
1984'Patterns of Powerlessness: Women in Italian Popular Song,' Social Alternatives 4.3: 35-9.

Barwick, L.M., and A.J. Marett
2003'Aboriginal Traditions.' In A. Scott-Maxwell and J. Whiteoak (eds), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Sydney: Currency Press in association with Cambridge University Press, 26-27.
1996'Selected Audiography of Traditional Music of Aboriginal Australia,' Yearbook for Traditional Music 28: 175-88.
1995a'Introduction.' In L. Barwick, A.Marett and G. Tunstill (eds.) The Essence of Singing and the Substance of Song: Recent Responses to the Aboriginal  Performing Arts and Other Essays in Honour of Catherine Ellis. Sydney: University of Sydney, Oceania Monograph 46, 1-10.
1995b'Selected Audiography of Traditional Music.' In L. Barwick, A.Marett and G. Tunstill (eds.) The Essence of Singing and the Substance of Song: Recent Responses to the Aboriginal  Performing Arts and Other Essays in Honour of Catherine Ellis. Sydney: University of Sydney, Oceania Monograph 46, 223-30.

Barwick, L.M., Marett, A.J., and Blythe, J.

2006'Djanba songs in the sound archive of the Wadeye Knowledge Centre, Northern Territory of Australia.' In R. M. Moyle (Ed.), Oceanic encounters: Festschrift for Mervyn McLean. Auckland: Research in Anthropology and Linguistics Monographs (forthcoming).

Barwick, L.M., Marett, A.J., Walsh, M., Reid, N., Ford, L.

2005Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20(4), 383-397.

Barwick, L.M., and Thieberger, N.

2006Cybraries in paradise: new technologies and ethnographic repositories. In C. Kapitzke & B. C. Bruce (Eds.), Libr@ries: Changing information space and practice (pp. 133-149). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum

Barwick, L.M., Koch, G., Arthur, B., and Morphy, F.

2005 Performing arts, sport and games. In B. Arthur & F. Morphy (Eds.), Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia (pp. 126-139). Macquarie University: Macquarie Library

Brown, M.E., and Barwick, L.M.

1988'Fables and Endless Genealogies: Soap Opera and Women's Oral Culture,' Continuum: An Australian Journal of the Media 1.2: 71-82.

Comin, A. with Barwick, L.M.

1991'Ballata grande per Francesco Fantin/Ballad for Francesco Fantin. Text and Musical Transcriptions as Performed in Adelaide 1990,' Musicology Australia 14: 68-84.

Ellis, C.J., and Barwick, L.M.

1989a'Antikirinja Women's Song Knowledge 1963-72: Its Significance in Antikirinja Culture.' In P. Brock (ed.), Women, Rites and Sites: Aboriginal Women's Cultural Knowledge. Melbourne, Allen and Unwin, 21-40.
1989b'Time Consciousness of Indigenous Australians.í In G.F. Messner (ed.), Introduction to the Performing Arts. Geelong, Deakin University, 1-27.
1988'Singers, Songs and Knowledge.' In A. McCredie (ed.), Conspectus Carminis: Essays for David Galliver. Adelaide, University of Adelaide, 284-301 (Miscellanea Musicologica 15).
1987'Musical Syntax and the Problem of Meaning in a Central Australian Songline,' Musicology Australia 10: 41-57.

Ellis, C.J., Barwick, L.M., and Morais, M.

1990'Overlapping Time Structures in a Central Australian Women's Ceremony.' In P. Austin, R.M.W. Dixon, T. Dutton, I.M. White (eds.), Language and History: Essays in Honour of Luise Hercus. Canberra, Australian National University (Pacific Linguistics): 101-36.

Ellis, C.J., Brunton, M.L., and Barwick, L.M.
1988'From the Dreaming Rock to Reggae Rock.' In A. McCredie (ed.), From Colonel Light into the Footlights: The Performing Arts in South Australia, 1836 to the Present. Adelaide, Pagel Books, 151-72.

Marett, A.J. and L.M. Barwick

2003'Endangered songs and endangered languages.' In J. Blythe and R. McKenna Brown (Eds.), Maintaining the Links: Language, Identity and the Land. Bath, UK: Foundation for Endangered Languages, 144-151.

Marett, A., Yunupingu, M., Gumbula, N., Langton, M., Corn, A., Barwick, L., Marika, W.

2006The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: year one in review. In Proceedings of the National Education and the Arts Symposium 2005: backing our creativity, Melbourne. Sydney: Australia Council for the Arts (in press).

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CONFERENCE PAPERS

Barwick, L.M.

2005aNetworking digital data on endangered cultures of the Asia Pacific region: the case of PARADISEC. Paper presented at the International Indigenous Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 5 July 2005
2005 Cross-institutional research output: the PARADISEC experience. Invited paper presented at the APSR Colloquium "National Perspectives on Sustainability", Canberra, ANU, 10 June.
2005Divide and concord: designing digital repositories in relation to cultural heritage communities. Invited paper presented at the Technocultures of Knowledge Series, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, Canberra, 17 March.
2004 Large-scale digital archives of endangered languages in the Asia-Pacific region [invited presentation]. Paper presented at the E-Science workshop of the Asia Pacific Advanced Networks meeting, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honolulu, USA, 28 January.
2003 Planning for PARADISEC. Invited paper presented at the Oz-eculture Conference, Brisbane, Queensland, 31 July.
2002a '"La Pia" between the oral and literary traditions.' Paper presented to the Dante Conference, Flinders University, April.
2002b'Endangered sounds in the digital age.' Paper presented to the Australian Academy of the Humanities Round Table on 'Sights and Sounds in Scholarly Communication', National Library of Australia, 3 October.
2002c'"La Pia": the life and times of a Tuscan legend.' Paper presented to the National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, University of Newcastle, 6 October.
2001a'Jewels in the net: tempo bands in the lirrga songs of Pius Lakan.' Paper presented to the National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, University of Melbourne, April.
2001b'Performing the law: launching Yawulyu mungamunga in Sydney and Tennant Creek.' Paper presented to the Trajectories Symposium, Macquarie University, April.
2001c'Why digitise? The future of cassette recordings.' Paper presented to the Oceania Study Group of the International Council for Traditional Music, Canberra, September.
2000'That Contracting Business: from Dreaming tracks to CD tracks.' Plenary paper presented to the National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, Sydney, April.
1999'Wumpurrarni songs for papulanji : producing a CD of Warumungu women's songs for an Australian and a global audience.' Plenary paper delivered to the 35th World Conference of the ICTM, Hiroshima, 21 August 1999.
1996'Didjeridus and gender taboos.' Paper presented to the National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, Melbourne, July.
1995'Italian sung popular theatre (maggio and sacra rappresentazione) as performed in the Garfagnana valley, 1994.' Video presentation at the World Congress of the International Council for Traditional Music, Canberra, 9 January.
1994'Context sensitivity in vocal and movement performance style of the Tuscan maggio.' Paper presented to the European Seminar in Ethnomusicology, Oxford, 1 September 1994.
1993'The Italian maggio and the Filipino komedya: cross-cultural perspectives on other genres of sung popular theatre.' Paper presented to the Australian Academy of the Humanities symposium ëMasks of Timeí, Canberra, 16 November 1993.
1991a'Fighting through singing? Musical negotiation in a mixed women's and men's performance, Ellis collection, Oodnadatta 1966.' Paper presented to the Research Seminar of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, March 14. Also presented to the postgraduate seminar of the Music Department, University of Sydney.
1991b'Documenting performances? Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara Media videos versus ethnographic film.' Paper presented to the Performance Studies Research Seminar, August 16. 
1991c'Variation or contamination? Narrative instability in the Italian traditional song Donna lombarda.' Paper presented to the conference 'Epic and Narrative Song', organised by the International Council for Traditional Music Study Group for Historical Sources of Folk Music, Göttingen, September.
1990a'Partial records: The problematics of loss and change in historical ethnomusicology.' Paper presented to the Symposium of the International Musicological Society, Osaka, July. 
1990b'Comparison of three womenís series from Central Australia.' Paper presented to the Analysis of Aboriginal Music Seminar sponsored by the Sydney Chapter of the Musicological Society of Australia, October 20. 
1989'"Revival" of traditional Italian song: political theories and musical practices.' Paper presented to the Musicological Society of Australia's XII National Conference, Armidale, September.
1988a'Melodic variation in a Central Australian song series, 1933-86.' Paper presented to the Symposium of the International Musicological Society, Melbourne, August 1988.
1988b'Theories of "transmission" versus theories of "performance": implications for analytical practice.' Paper delivered to the Oceania Study Group of the International Council for Traditional Music, Deakin University, September 1988.
1987'Transcription as deflowering.' Paper presented to the 11th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, May.
1986'Italian traditional music in Adelaide.' Paper presented to the Second National Folklore Conference, Kuringai (Sydney).
1984'Vacillating voices: Representations of women in Italian popular song.' Paper presented to the conference of the Australian Society for Popular and Comparative Literature Studies, Murdoch University, December.
1983'Interpretation and evaluation of nineteenth century Italian folksong in print through contemporary performance experience.' Paper presented in the Musicology section of the 53rd ANZAAS Congress, Perth, May 1983 [published in Proceedings].

Barwick, L.M., and Page, J.

1994'The dancing duels of the Northern Italian maggio: connections between maggio duels and moresca dances.' Paper presented to the inaugural Dance Seminar sponsored by the Sydney Chapter of the Musicological Society of Australia, October 8.
1993'Performance spaces / imaginary places of the Tuscan maggio (sung popular theatre) in Italy and Australia.' Paper presented to the World Congress of the International Council for Traditional Music, Berlin, 16 June 1993.

Barwick, L.M., Simpson, J. and Nathan, D.

2001'Digitising audio-visual material for research: the Endangered Cultures Research Group.' Paper presented to the international conference 'Computing Arts 2001: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities', University of Sydney, September.

Barwick, L., & Thieberger, N.

2003 PARADISEC in broadband. Invited paper presented at the National Scholarly Communications Forum 'Strictly Broadband', Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, 31 October.

Brown, M.E., and Barwick, L.M.

1987'Soap operas and the power of the utterance.' Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema Studies, Montreal.
1986'Soap operas and women's oral culture.' Paper presented to the annual conference of the Australian Screen Studies Association, New South Wales Institute of Technology, December 1986. 

Ellis, C.J. and Barwick, L.M.

1987'The trail of the tail: processes and systems in a composite songline from northern South Australia.' Paper presented to the 11th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, Canberra, May 1987.

Ferguson, C., Djarug, N., Moreen, S., Singh, J., Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. 

2001'From performance to CD: the case of Rak Badjalarr.' Workshop presented to the Conference of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra, September.

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PUBLISHED RECORDINGS

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2005Jurtbirrk Lovesongs from Northwestern Arnhem Land. Recordings by Linda Barwick and Bruce Birch; Booklet (40pp) by Linda Barwick, Bruce Birch and Joy Williams, project management Sabine Hoeng. Batchelor, NT: Batchelor Press, ISBN 1-74131-050-4.
2004Awelye Akwelye: Kaytetye women's songs from Arnerre, Central Australia. Papulu Apparr-kari Language and Culture Centre, Tennant Creek. Recordings by Grace, Koch, Linda Barwick and Myfany Turpin, commentary by Myfany Turpin and Alison Ross. CD and 36pp booklet. ISBN 0-947154-00-0.
2003Jadmi Junba by Nyalgodi Scotty Martin, Traditional Songman of the Dreamtime. Recordings by Linda Barwick; Booklet (40pp) compiled by Linda Barwick with the assistance of Nyalgodi Scotty Martin, Tony Redmond, Ngarinyin Aboriginal Corporation and Sally Treloyn. Sydney: Rouseabout Records, RRR135.
2001Rak Badjalarr: Wangga Songs by Bobby Lane. Northern Australia. Recordings by Allan Marett and Linda Barwick; Booklet (40pp) by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick and Lysbeth Ford. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press. ISBN 085575-364-1. AIATSIS CD 93-17006-00015C.
2000Yawulyu Mungamunga: Dreaming Songs of Warumungu Women, Tennant Creek, Central Australia.Recordings by Linda Barwick, commentary compiled by Linda Barwick with the assistance of the performers, Papulu Apparr-kari Aboriginal Language and Culture Centre and Jane Simpson. Sydney: Festival Records D139686.
1993Bunggridj-bunngridj: Wangga Songs by Alan Maralung. Northern Australia. Recordings and Photos: Allan Marett; Commentary (44 pages): Allan Marett and Linda Barwick. Berlin and Washington: International Institute for Traditional Music, Smithsonian/Folkways CD SF 40430.

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FIELD RECORDINGS

Note: Recordings made in Australia are deposited in the Audiovisual archives of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studes; recordings made the Philippines are deposited in PARADISEC; recordings made in Italy are held in my private collection.

2000Field recordings, Tennant Creek, May. DAT recording of launch of CD Yawulyu mungamunga.
2000Field recordings, July-August, Garfagnana (Italy). DAT recordings of four maggio performances
1999Field recordings, September, Barrow Creek (Central Australia). Audio and video recordings of Kaytetye women's awelye performance. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Myfany Turpin.
1999Field recordings, May, Kimberleys (Northwestern Australia). Audio and video recordings of junba. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Sally Treloyn.
1998Field recordings, June-July, Port Keats and Kimberleys (Northwestern Australia). Audio and video recordings of dhanba, wangga, lirrga and junba. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Prof. Allan Marett.
1998Field recordings, July, Garfagnana (Italy). Audio and video recordings of two maggio performances.
1997Field recordings, May, Kimberleys (Northwestern Australia). Audio and video recordings of junba. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Prof. Allan Marett.
1997Field recordings, September, Tennant Creek and Alekarenge (Central Australia). Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Dr David Nash.
1996Field recordings, September, Alekarenge (Central Australia). 22 hours of recordings of 5 Warlpiri and 1 Warumungu song series (Yilpinji Malikijarra, Yilpinji Ngapa, Yawulyu Ngapa, Yawulyu Ngurlu at Jiparanpa, Yawulyu Ngurlu at Pawurrinji, Yawulyu Mungamunga). AT96/15-28; DT96/3-13. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Dr David Nash and Dr Jane Simpson.
1996Field recordings, July-August, Garfagnana (Italy). 40 hours of recordings of 9 maggio performances and other associated material including song sessions and parades. VT96/1-25, AT96/1-14, DT96/1-2.
1995Field recordings, March, Perth (Australia). 2 hours of recordings of performances by Garfagnini and other Italian groups in Perth (video tape series VT95/1).
1995Field recordings, July-August, Garfagnana (Italy). 26 hours of recordings of 7 maggio performances and other associated material including processions, song sessions. AT95/3-15, DT 95/1-10, VT95/7-20.
1995Field recordings, April-May, Vigan (Philippines). 10 hours of recordings of 2 komedyas, 1 zarzuela and other associated material including parades, song sessions and Chinese opera. VT95/2-6; AT95/1-2. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Dr Raul Pertierra.
1994Field recordings, July-August, Garfagnana (Italy). 52 hours of video recordings of 13 Maggio performances, and other associated material including processions, song sessions and performances of Latin mass (video tape series VT94/3-29; VTSH94/5, 7-10, 14, 20-21, 25-26; audio tape series AT94/2-32).
1994Field recordings, January 1994, Garfagnana (Italy). 4 hours of video recordings of one Sacra Rappresentazione performance at Gragnanella and befanate in the villages of Eglio, Sassi, Montaltissimo, Molazzana, and Gallicano (video tape series VT94/1-2; parallel audio recording of Sacra Rappresentazione only (audio tape series AT94/1).
1993Field recordings, June-July, Garfagnana (Italy). 10 hours of video recordings of 2 Maggio performances and associated parades and context material (video tape series VT93/9-13; some recorded with the assitance of Prof A. Marett); with parallel audio recording of performances and taped interviews with performers and academics (audio tape series AT93/6-11).
1993Field recordings, February, Burgos (Ilocos Sur), Philippines. 9 hours of video recordings of kumedya rehearsal, performance, and associated parades etc. (video tape series VT93/1-8); with parallel audio recording of performance and taped interview with performers (audio tape series AT93/1-5; some recorded with the assistance of Dr U. Stecconi). Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Dr Raul Pertierra.
1992 Field recordings, July-August, Garfagnana and Lunigiana (Italy):  29 hours of video recording of 10 Maggio performances and 1 zingaresca performance (video tape series VT 1-28; some recorded with the assistance of Dr A. Marett); with parallel audio recording and taped interviews with performers and scholars (audio tape series AT 1-20; some recorded with the assistance of Ms L. Bone and Ms C. Kenneally).

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