CREATIVITY AND INDEPENDENCE
Sanguma, Music Education and the development of the PNG Contemporary style
Keywords:pan-Papua New Guinean music
Crowdy addresses a distinctly local activity, the production of a syncretic style of pan-Papua New Guinean music, entitled 'PNG Contemporary' by its practitioners, which has been nurtured since the late 1970s by the PNG Higher Education system.
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