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(1982). Djambidj an aboriginal song series from northern Australia [kit].
Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

(c 1992). Didjeridu with Charlie McMahon [videorecording]. [Nimbin] NSW:
Gaia Films.

Anderson, G. D. (1992). Mularra: A Clan Song Series from Central Arnhem
Land. Unpublished Ph.D thesis, University of Sydney.

Berndt, R. M. (1966). The Wuradilagu Song Cycle of Northeastern Arnhem
Land. In J. Greenway (Ed.), The Anthropologist Looks at Myth, (pp.
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Black, A. (c 1994). Didgeridoo: a beginner's guide. Magill, SA: Alastair Black.

Bowden, J. P. (1994). Didgeridoo: a complete guide to this ancient
Aboriginal instrument: a playing instruction manual for the beginner to the
advanced player. Kallangur, Qld.: J. P. Bowden.

Clunies Ross, M., & Wild, S. A. (1982). Djambidj: An Aboriginal Song Series
from Northern Australia. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal

Clunies Ross, M., & Wild, S. A. (1984). Formal performance: the relations
of music, text and dance in Arnhem Land clan songs. Ethnomusicology, May,

Clunies Ross, M., Donaldson, T., & Wild, S. (Eds.). (1987). Songs of
Aboriginal Australia. Sydney: The University of Sydney.

Coughlan, F. (c 1949). The song of the didjeridoo [music score]. Sydney:
Southern Music Publishing Co.

Dembon, G. (1987). Tim taps ancient rhythms. Territory Digest, 9, 28-30.

Dempster, S. (1974). Summary report on fieldwork. Australian Institute of
Aboriginal Studies Newsletter, New Series no. 1, 19-20.

Dreyfus, G. ([1971]). Sextet for didjeridu and wind instruments flute,
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Elkin, A. P., & Jones, T. A. (1958). Arnhem Land Music. Oceania Monograph
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Jones, T. A. (1967). The didjeridu. Studies in Music (University of W.A.),
1, 23-55.

Jones, T. A. (1973). The Yiraki (Didjeridu) in North-East Arnhem Land:
Techniques and Styles. In R. M. Berndt & E. S. Phillips (Eds.), The
Australian Aboriginal Heritage: An Introduction Through the Arts, (pp.
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association with Ure Smith.

Kaye, P. (1987). Play & enjoy the didjeridu of the Australian Aboriginal: a
newcomer's guide. Cairns, Qld.: [Peter Kaye]. (Available from Mr Peter
Kaye, PO Box 1900, Cairns, Qld. 4870, Australia).

Knopoff, S. (1992). Yuta Manikay: Juxtaposition of Ancestral and
Contemporary Elements in Performance of Yolngu Clan Songs. Yearbook for
Traditional Music, 24, 138-53.

Marett, A. J. (1992). Wangga songs of northwest Australia: reflections on
the performance of aboriginal music at SIMS88. Musicology Australia, 15,

Marett, A. J. (1992). Variability and stability in wangga songs of
northwest Australia. In A. M. Moyle (Ed.), Music and Dance in Aboriginal
Australia and the South Pacific: the Effects of Documentation on the Living
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Marett, A. (1994). Wangga: socially powerful songs? The World of Music,
36(1), 67-81.

Moyle, A. M. (1959). Sir Baldwin Spencer's recordings of Australian
Aboriginal singing. Memoirs of the National Museum, Melbourne, 24, 7-36.

Moyle, A. M. (1966). A Handlist of Field Collections of Recorded Music in
Australia and Torres Straits . Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal

Moyle, A. M. (1974). North Australian Music. A Taxonomic Approach to the
Study of Aboriginal Song Performance. Unpublished Ph.D thesis, Monash

Moyle, A. M. (1981). The Australian didjeridu: a late musical intrusion.
World Archaeology, 12(3), 321-31.

Moyle, A. M. (1983). Archaeomusicological possibilities in Australia,
Torres Strait and New Guinea. Bikmaus, 4(3), 131-35.

Neuenfeldt, K. (1993, ). The Didjeridu and the Overdub. Perfect Beat, 1, 60-77.

Reimann, M. (n.d.). Das Didgeridoo: Geschichte und Spielpraxis eines der
altesten Instrumente der Welt: Schule des Didgeridoospiels. Zurich.

Schellberg, D. (1993). Didgeridoo: des faszinierende Instrument der
australischen Ureinwohner: Geschichte, Spiel, Musiktherapie.
Sudergellersen, Germany: Bruno Martin.

Stubington, J. (1977). Songs to live by. Hemisphere, 21(8), 25-30.

Stubington, J. (1980). Yolngu Manikay: modern performance of Australian
aboriginal clan songs. Unpublished Ph.D thesis, Monash University.

Stubington, J. (1981). Musical Content and Process in the Performance of
Oral Literature, . Paper presented at the conference on Transmission in
Oral and Written Traditions, Humanities Research Centre, Australian
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Stubington, J. (1982). Song performance and aboriginal polity: a north-east
Arnhem Land example. Musicology, 7, 84-103.

Stubington, J. (1994). Yolngu manikay at Yirrkala: The Construction of a
Research Field. The World of Music, 36(1), 82-92.

Wright, K. G. (1988). How to make and play Australian Aboriginal
didjeridoos and music sticks. Elliot Head, Qld.: Emuart. (Available from
Emuart, 4 Bathurst St., Elliot Heads, Qld. 4670, Australia)

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