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Bernadette Hince.

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Author: Hince, Bernadette
Vernacular: Mentions of music in the Antarctic diaries of Cecil T Madigan1Body of ice: The movement of Antarctic ice through dance; The poetry of Antarctic sound and the sound of Antarctic poetry; Playing Antarctica: Making music with natural objects and sounds from the Antarctic Peninsula; And I may be some тімеђ́Œ; The nature of sound and the sound of Nature; Kiwis on ice: Defining the ways in which the New Zealand identity is reflected in the Antarctic-inspired works of four New Zealand composers; Antarctica: 'Surround Sound'; Frozen voices: Women, silence and Antarctica.
Published: ANU, Acton, A.C.T. : ANU Press, 2015.
Topics: Music festivals - Australia - Canberra (A.C.T.) | Music Literature. | Music. | Music, Dance, Drama & Film. | Antarctica. | Australasia, Oceania and other land areas. | Other land areas. | MUSIC - General.
Regions: Antarctica - Discovery and exploration - Congresses. | Antarctica - Songs and music - Congresses. | Antarctica. | Australian Capital Territory - Canberra.
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings. | Electronic books.
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880-01 Preface: Music and Antarctica; Introduction: Listening to Antarctica; Mawson's musings and Morse code: Antarctic silence at the end of the 'Heroic Era', and how it was lost; Thulia: a Tale of the Antarctic (1843): The earliest Antarctic poem and its musical setting; Nankyoku no kyoku: The cultural life of the Shirase Antarctic Expedition 1910-12; The first published music from Antarctica? Captain Doorly's piano and its roots in older traditions of polar exploration and an imperial guilty conscience1; Eating the audience; Musical adventures in Antarctica.
Mentions of music in the Antarctic diaries of Cecil T Madigan1Body of ice: The movement of Antarctic ice through dance; The poetry of Antarctic sound and the sound of Antarctic poetry; Playing Antarctica: Making music with natural objects and sounds from the Antarctic Peninsula; And I may be some time ... ; The nature of sound and the sound of Nature; Kiwis on ice: Defining the ways in which the New Zealand identity is reflected in the Antarctic-inspired works of four New Zealand composers; Antarctica: 'Surround Sound'; Frozen voices: Women, silence and Antarctica.
Frames of silence: Some descriptions of the sounds of AntarcticaMade and played in Antarctica: People's music in a far-flung place; 'A Vast Scale: Evocations of Antarctica'; Index.

Table of Contents for: Antarctica - music, sounds and cultural