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The Australian Aboriginal Heritage Part B: Part B: An Introduction Through the Arts; An Introduction Through the Arts

R.M. Berndt, Editor; E.S. Phillips, Editor
Format
Sound Recording; LP
Published
[Adelaide] : Educational Technology Centre, Education Dept., South Australia, 1979.
Language
English
Aboriginal languages
Series Statement
Pic-a-pak
Contents
Accompanies Part A, a book entitled The Australian Aboriginal heritage : an introduction through the arts (N4701 .B430 1973) published by Ure Smith in conjunction with the Australian Society for Education through the Arts. Part B is produced in conjunction with the Australian Society for Education through the Arts and the Ancient Studies Curriculum Committee. Includes to LPs and 25 slides.
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    a| The Australian Aboriginal heritage. n| Part B : b| an introduction through the arts.
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    a| [Adelaide] : b| Educational Technology Centre, Education Dept., South Australia, c| 1979.
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    a| 25 slides (color), 2 audiocassettes (1 7/8 ips, mono), notes.
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    a| Accompanies Part A, a book of the same title published by Ure Smith in conjunction with the Australian Society for Education through the Arts.
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    a| Produced in conjunction with the Australian Society for Education through the Arts and the Ancient Studies Curriculum Committee.
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    a| For secondary school students.
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    a| Sound cassettes: A. Learning Aboriginal music. Six Aboriginal songs -- B. Songs by young Aborigines.
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    a| For children; Slides primarily of bark and cave painting, rock engraving; slides and music from Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland; for secondary school students.
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    a| Art, Aboriginal Australian.
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    a| Songs, Aboriginal Australian.
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    a| Aboriginal Australians v| Music.
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    a| Music x| Instruments x| Wind x| Didjeridu. 2| aiatsiss
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    a| South Australia. b| Educational Technology Centre.
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    a| Australian Society for Education through Art.
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    a| South Australia. b| Ancient Studies Curriculum Committee.
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    a| Pic-a-pak ; v| 505.
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