Up There Cow Punk. "Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia" by John Whiteoak and Aline Scott-Maxwell (eds) [review]
This hefty volume begins with an article on a cappella singing (ensembles with names like Café of the Gate of Salvation and Voices from the Vacant Lot) and ends with the zither, which instrument, the editors assure us, ‘can be seen as a metaphor for the present-day cultural diversity of music in Australia’. We have no lack of companions today: indeed, over the last decade they have been coming thick and fast. However the "Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia" seems to have had a particularly troubled genesis, though the editors, John Whiteoak and Aline Scott-Maxwell, make no reference to it.
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