By Marcus; Australian Institute Of Aboriginal Studies; Brunton, Marylouise Breen
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Baldwin Spencer, 1899, quoted in Strehlow, 1971:7 16. Letter to the Editor, The Adelaide Advertiser, 7 April 1983 17. CJ Ellis, 'Integration and Disintegration', Australian Societyfor Education through the ArtsBulletin, Vol 3, No 5, May 1968:5 The same article tells how casual theft of sacred objects meant that initiation ceremonies could not be performed and therefore generations of young men could not be married to tribal women 18. The problem of music and Aboriginal school children is tackled by CJ Ellis in three articles: 'Non-specialist Music Teaching in Aboriginal Schools', South Australia Education News, No 3, 1969, 'Aboriginal Music and the Specialist Music Teacher', Australian Journal of Music Education, No 5, Perth, 1969, 'Present Day Music of the Aboriginal Student', Australian Journal of Music Education, No 25, October 1979 19.
36 OUR PLACE O U R MUSIC was often sung, even at other gatherings 'God Be With You 'Till We Meet Again' was well used and very moving It was often sung at farewells There was a very strong choir too, which staff at the reserve used to get involved in At Christmas we would sing Cornish carols and we'd go around the reserve and even down to Naming There was a Glee Club, which was formed through the church and the school, that went on tour round the district to Goolwa and so on, as a fund raiser. We had a school choir.
OUR PLACE OUR MUSIC 41 Yes, I live on sand goannm, porcupines and kangaroo. You've heard i t said I make m y bread; with a stone I grind nardoo. Now all the folks that live in town, they are always sad Each day they work around the clock until i t drives 'em mad To work this oil, they sweat and toil long after day i s done, They get the money, by the time they're rich they're too old to have much fun Now I've a little sayin', it's f u n n y but it's true; The rich m a n or the beggar man, i t makes no difference who.
Australian popular music in perspective by Marcus; Australian Institute Of Aboriginal Studies; Brunton, Marylouise Breen