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ACADEMIC WRITINGS

 

  1. Record Review: Music of the Kaluli, PNG, Recordings, notes and photographs by Steven Feld. 1981.
  2. The two-part vocal style on Baluan Island (Manus Province, Papua New Guinea) in: Ethnomusicology, Pacific Issue, 1981, p. 433-446.
  3. Eine Oberösterreichische Panflöte, in Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, Beiträge der Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, vol. 32, Tutzing 1981, p. 215-228.
  4.  The Friction Block Lounuat of New Ireland: its use and socio-cultural embodiment. Bikmaus, 4, (3), 1983, Boroko, p. 49-55.
  5. Book Review: Richard Moyle, Songs of the Pintupi, Musical Life in a Central Australian society, Canberra. Institute of Aboriginal Studies 1979, in: Yearbook for traditional Music 1985, p. 311-313.
  6. Kato zvånci li zvånjat ili kato vålci, in: Dokladi 15, Folklor, Second International “Kongres za Bålgaristika”/Bulgarian Studies, Sofia 1986, p.376-385.
  7. Hier Konsonanz dort Dissonanz, in: Weltmusik 3, Feedback Papers (Sonderheft), 1986 Köln, p. 139-167.
  8. Performance-Space-Time, in: Introduction to Performing Arts, Deakin University Press 1988, p. 28-79.
  9. Existence as Performance and Performance of Existence, in: Introduction to Performing Arts, Deakin University Press 1988, p. 79-120.
  10. Somatisation, in: Introduction tomPerforming Arts, Deakin University Press 1988, p. l-29.
  11. Introduction to Performing Arts. (Editor and Course-team Chair), 2 vol. (study guide reader, audio and video materials), Deakin University Press 1988.
  12. Musik (die Musikkultur Bulgariens), in: Südosteuropa Handbuch, Hrsg. Klaus Detlev Grothusen, vol. 6, Bulgarien (Göttingen in press, no year).
  13. The role of Music /Sound in pre-Columbian Life, in: The Universe of Music: A History, vol. IX, VI/VII.1 (50 pages), NY (in press no year).
  14. Jaap Kunst Revisited. Multipart Singing in Three East Florenese Villages Fifty Years Later: A Preliminary Investigation, in: World of Music 2/1989, p. 3-51.
  15. Shark Calling Songs of the Malanggan-Cult-Society on New Ireland, in: World of Music, Oceania Issue 1/1990, p. 49-83.
  16. How Musical is the Performance of the Universe and of our Life in Particular (An ethnomusicological contemplation), in Sounds Australian, Journal of Australian Music, Spring 1992/35, p.13-19.
  17. Ethnomusicological Research, Another Performance in the Year of Indigenous Peoples, in: World of Music 1/1993.
  18. The Music of the Baluan People, Manus Province, Papua New Guinea, in: Encyclopaedia of World Music, Oceania Volume (Adrienne Kaeppler, ed.), Garland Publishing Inc., NY 1998, p. 602-607.
  19. The Music of the Children of the Baluan People, Manus Province, Papuan New Guinea, in: Encyclopaedia of World Music, Oceania Volume (Adrienne Kaeppler ed.), Garland Publishing Inc., NY 1998, p. 258 –9.
  20. The Friction Block of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, in: Encyclopaedia of World Music, Oceania Volume (Adrienne Kaeppler, ed.), Garland Publishing Inc., NY 1998, p. 380-2.
  21. The Dorian Mode, in: Resonance, vol 7, no. 2, London Musicians Collective Ltd., London 1999 p. 28-31.
  22. They Howl Like Wolves (“ululant ad modum luporum…”), A new look at an old persistent Lomardian polyphonic oral tradition loathed by medieval and Renaissance music scholars, in Bulletin of the International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony, University of Tbilisi, Gerogia (in press, 2011).
  23. Music of the Bismarck Archipelago in Papua New Guinea, in: “Musikwissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen der Universität Wien“ (2008)
  24. Du krächzt wie ein Rabe… singst wie eine Nachtigall…. Tiervergleiche in der Klangbeschreibung.p.205-218, in:Klangfarbe. Vergleichend-systematische und musikhistorische Perspektiven. Symposium zum 75. Geburtstag von Franz Födermayr, Institut für Musikwissenschaft der Universität Wien 2012.
  25. The Reciprocity of Multi-part Vocal Traditions and Socio-cultural Structures,p.345-353, in: Multipart Music: a Specific Mode of Musical Thinking, Expressive Behaviour and Sound. Ed. Ignazio Macchiarella et al.,University of Cagliari (Italy) Press 2012.
  26. Significant Aspects of Carinthian Multi-part Singing, as Part of the Diverse Polyphonic Vocal Tradition in the South Eastern Alpine-Adriatic Region, in: Bulletin of the International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony, University of Tbilisi, Gerogia (in press, 2012).
    • Institute for PNG Studies. IPNGS/001.
    • Music of Oceania, PNG: The Middle Sepik.
    • Notes by Gordon Spearitt et alia 1981.
    • Bärenreiter-Musicaphon BM30SL2700.
    • Music of Oceania, PNG: The Iatmul of Papua Niugini.
    • Notes by Gordon Spearitt et alia 1981.
    • Bärenreiter Musicaphon BM30SL2701, in:
      Ethnomusicology Vol. 30/1, Winter 1986, p. 155-158.
  27. Sind die Symbole und Zeichen auf den Objekten von New Ireland Ideogramme? in: Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, 1980, p. 49-52.
  28. Das Reibholz von Neuirland (New Ireland), in Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, Beiträge der Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, vol. 31, Tutzing 1980, p. 221-312.
  29. Die Schwebungsdiaphonie in Bistrica, eine Untersuchung der mehrstimmigen Liedformen eines mittelwestbulgarischen Dorfes. (Schneider, Tutzing 1980). Reviewed in Bulgarska Folklor, Sofia 1981.
  30. Auf den Spuren uralter südosteuropäischer Volksmehtstimmigkeit in der Lombardei des ausgehenden Mittelalters und der Renaissance, in: Musica Antiqua Scientifica, Bydgoszcz 1978, p. 31-46.
  31. Kulturelle Beziehungen zwischen Nordeuropa, dem Balkan und Süsostasien, in. Makedonski Folklore vol. 14, Skopje 1975, p. 309-314
  32. Frühlingslieder in Südkärnten, in Makedonski Folklore vol. 12, Skopje 1973, p. 171-177.