Professor Allan Marett

Biographical details

Allan Marett is Emeritus Professor of Musicology and a Chief Investigator on the project Intercultural inquiry in a trans-national context: Exploring the legacy of the 1948 American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land.

Selected grants

2010

  • Intercultural inquiry in a trans-national context: Exploring the legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition; Barwick L, Thomas M, Marett A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2009

  • Strategies for Sustaining Aboriginal Song and Dance in the Modern World: the Ngarluma community of Roebourne, WA; Treloyn S, Vecchies A, Treloyn S, Marett A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2006

  • Classical song traditions of contemporary Western Arnhem Land in their multilingual context; Barwick L, Marett A, Evans N, Garde M; University of London/SOAS Research Grants Program.

2005

  • Linkage 2005 Planning for Sustainability of the National Indigenous Recording Project: A Pilot Proje; Marett A, Abbott K.
  • Documenting the Realisation of Yolngu Performance Traditions on Country: A Pilot Study Towards the National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia; Corn A, Marett A; University of Sydney/Early Career Researcher.
  • Planning for Sustainability of the National Indigenous Recording Project; Barwick L, Corn A, Marett A, Reid N, Yunupingu M, James A, Marika W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2004

  • Digital archiving equipment for PARADISEC research archive of Asia-Pacific region audio recordings; Marett A, Foley W, Simpson J, et al V; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).
  • Preserving Australias endangered heritages: Murrinhpatha song at Wadeye; Marett A, Walsh M, Ford L, Reid N; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2003

  • Quadriga system for research archive of Asia-Pacific region audio recordings; Marett A, Foley W, Simpson J, Barwick L, et al V; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2001

  • An ethnomusicological study of Lirrga, a genre of Australian Aboriginal song from NW Australia; Marett A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Large Research Grants (LRG).
  • Pre-eleventh century sources for Japanes court music (togaku); Marett A; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).
  • Jumba songs of the northwest Kimberley; Marett A; Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies/AIATSIS Research Grants.

2000

  • Two dreamt song genres: Lirrga and Lirra (gunborrg) and their historical relationship; Marett A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Small Grants.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. (2013). For the sake of a song: Wangga songmen and their repertories. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2005). Songs, Dreamings, and Ghosts. The Wangga of North Australia. Middletown, Conneticut: Wesleyan Universtiy Press.

Book Chapters

  • Ford, P., Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2014). Mirrwana and Wurrkama: Applying an Indigenous Knowledge Framework to Collaborative Research on Ceremonies. In Katelyn Barney (Eds.), Collaborative Ethnomusicology: New Approaches to Music Research between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians, (pp. 43-62). Melbourne, Australia: Lyrebird Press. [More Information]
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Aural snapshots of musical life: The 1948 recordings. In Martin Thomas and Margo Neale (Eds.), Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition, (pp. 355-375). Canberra: ANU E Press. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal traditional performance culture in Arnhem Land. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal traditional performance in the north west. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal Traditions. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia, (pp. 26-27). Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Australian Aboriginal Music. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Australia, Aboriginal Music, Northern Australia. In Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (Eds.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, (pp. 193-202). United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Japan V, Court Music. In Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (Eds.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, (pp. 855-861). United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Mode V, 5. East Asia. In Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (Eds.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, (pp. 852-860). United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.

Journals

  • Marett, A. (2010). Vanishing songs: how musical extinctions threaten the planet. Ethnomusicology Forum, 19(2), 249-262. [More Information]
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Blythe, J., Walsh, M. (2007). Arriving, Digging, Performing, Returning: An Exercise in Rich Interpretation of a Djanba Song text in the Sound Archive of the Wadeye Knowledge Centre, Northern Territory of Australia. Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, 1, 13-24. [More Information]
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2007). Musical and linguistic perspectives on Aboriginal song. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 1-5. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2007). Simplifying musical practice in order to enhance local identity: the case of rhythmic modes in the Walakandha wangga (Wadeye, Northern Territory). Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 63-75.
  • Marett, A. (2006). Research on early notations for the history of Togaku and points of scholarly contention in their interpretation. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 38(1), 79-95.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M., Reid, N., Ford, L. (2005). Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20(4), 383-397. [More Information]

Edited Journals

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2007). Studies in Aboriginal Song. Special issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies 2007/2. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2.

Conferences

  • Walsh, M., Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Archiving Language & Song in Wadeye: Future Access to Song Knowledge. 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC). University of Hawaii.
  • Marett, A., Yunupingu, M., Langton, M., Gumbula, N., Barwick, L., Corn, A. (2006). The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: Year One in Review. The Australia Council - Backing Our Creativity: the National Education and the Arts Symposium (2005), Sydney: Australia Coucil for the Arts. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2005). Research on early sources for gagaku. International Congress: 2002 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Musicological Society of Japan, Japan, Tokyo: The Musicological Society of Japan.
  • Marett, A. (2005). Sources for the Hakuga no fue-fu of 966 and their relationship to its notational systems. Symposium for the study of Chinese Ancient Tablature, Shanghai: Shanghai Conservatory.
  • Marett, A. (2005). The Cambridge Tang Music Project and the recovery of the lost music of the Tang Period. Symposium for the study of Chinese Ancient Tablature, Shanghai: Shanghai Conservatory.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M. (2004). Communities Of Interest: Establishing A Digital Resource On Murrinh-Patha Song At Wadeye (Port Keats), Nt. Computing Arts 2004. University of Melbourne. [More Information]
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Endangered songs and endangered languages. Maintaining the links language, identity and the land, UK: Foundation for Endangered Languages.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Simpson, J., Harris, A. (2003). Researchers, Communities, Institutions, Sound Recordings. Researchers, COmmunities, Institutions, Sound Recordings, Sydney: School of Society Culture and Performance. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2003). Sound recordings as maruy among the Aborigines of the Daly region of north west. Researchers, COmmunities, Institutions, Sound Recordings, Sydney: School of Society Culture and Performance.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Modal Practice in the Tenth-Century Japanese Flute source Hakuga no fue-fu and its Implications for Our Understanding of Present-day tôgaku. 2001 PNC Annual Conference, Hong Kong: Pacific Neighborhood Consortium.

Textual Creative Works

  • Marett, A. (2015). Oppenheimer: A Noh Play in English, (pp. 1 - 46). Sydney, Australia: Self Published.

Recorded / Rendered Interarts

  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Duwun, 2. Song 1: Duwun, 3. Song 2: Happy (lerri) Song no. 1, 4. Song 2: Happy (lerri) Song no. 1, 5. Song 3: Happy (lerri) Song no. 2, 6. Song 4: Happy Song no. 3, 7. Song 5: Duwun crab song, 8. Song 6: Karra Mele Ngany-endheni-no, 9. Song 7: Song from Anson Bay, 10. Song 7: Song from Anson Bay, 11. Song 8: Robert Man.guna's Song, 12. Song 9: Happy (lerri) Song no. 4, 13. Song 10: Happy (lerri) Song no. 5, 14. Song 11: Happy (lerri) Song no. 6. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 2. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 3. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 4. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 5. Song 2: Tjinbarambara (Seagull) 6. Song 2: Tjinbarambara (Seagull) 7. Song 3: Wak (Crow) 8. Song 4: Wororo (Crab) 9. Song 5: Pumandjin (Place name: a hill) 10. Song 6: Piyamen.ga (Shady Tree), two items 11. Song 6: Piyamen.ga (Shady Tree) 12. Song 6: Piyamen.ga (Shady Tree), two items 13. Song 7: Lame Fella 14. Song 7: Lame Fella 15. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 16. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 17. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 18. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 19. Song 9: Lerri (Happy Dance) 20. Song 9: Lerri (Happy Dance). CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 2. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 3. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 4. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 5. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 6. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 7. Song 2: Bandawarra-ngalgin, 8. Song 2: Bandawarra-ngalgin, 9. Song 2: Bandawarra-ngalgin, 10. Song 3: Karra Balhak Malvak, 11. Song 4: Karra-ve Kanya-verver, 12. Song 4: Karra-ve Kanya-verver, 13. Song 5: Benmele, 14. Song 6: Winmedje, 15. Song 7: Tjerrendet, 16. Song 8: Tjendabalhatj, 17. Song 9: Bangany Nye-bindja-ng, 18. Song 10: Walingave, 19. Song 11: Djappana, 20. Song 11: Djappana, 21. Song 11: Djappana, 22. Song 11: Djappana, 23. Song 12: Karra Balhak-ve, 24. Song 13: Lima Rak-pe, 25. Song 14: Mubagandi, 26. Song 14: Mubagandi, 27. Song 14: Mubagandi, 28. Song 15: Bende Ribene, 29. Song 16: Limila Karrawala. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Walakandha Ngindji, 2. Song 1: Walakandha Ngindji, 3. Song 1: Walakandha Ngindji, 4. Song 2: Wulumen Kimi-gimi, 5. Song 2: Wulumen Kimi-gimi, 6. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri, 7. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri, 8. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri, 9. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri 10. Song 4: Menggani, 11. Song 4: Menggani, 12. Song 5: Tjerri, 13. Song 5: Tjerri, 14. Song 6: Watjen-danggi, 15. Song 6: Watjen-danggi, 16. Song 7: Malhimanyirr, 17. Song 7: Malhimanyirr, 18. Song 8: Ma-vindivindi, 19. Song 8: Ma-vindivindi, 20. Karri-ngindji 21. Song 9: Karri-ngindji, 22. Song 10: Thali-ngatjpirr, 23. Song 10: Thali-ngatjpirr, 24. Song 10: Thali-ngatjpirr, 25. Song 11: Na-Pebel, 26. Song 11: Na-Pebel, 27. Song 11: Na-Pebel, 28. Song 12: Wulumen Tulh, 29. Song 12: Wulumen Tulh. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Ya Bangany-nyung Nga-bindja Yagarra, 2. Song 2: Yagarra Nga-bindja-ng Nga-mi Ngayi, 3. Song 3: Bangany-nyung Ngaya, 4. Song 3: Bangany-nyung Ngaya, 5. Song 4: Kanga Rinyala Nga-ve Bangany-nyung, 6. Song 4: Kanga Rinyala Nga-ve Bangany-nyung, 7. Song 5: Ya[garra] Nga-bindja-ng Nga-mi, 8. Song 5: Ya[garra] Nga-bindja-ng Nga-mi, 9. Song 6: Yagarra Bangany Nye-ngwe, 10. Song 7: Be Bangany-nyaya, 11. Song 8: Nyere-nyere Lima Kaldja, 12. Song 9: Nyere-nye Bangany Nyaye, 13. Song 10: Karra Ngadja-maka Nga-bindja-ng Ngami, 14. Song 11: Yerre Ka-bindja-maka Ka-mi, 15. Song 12: Yagarra Ye-yenenaya, 16. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 17. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 18. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 19. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 20. Song 14: Yagarra Nedja Tjine Rak-pe, 21. Song 15: Ya Rembe Ngaya Lima Ngaya, 22. Song 16: Yagarra Tjut Balk-nga-me Nga-mi, 23. Song 17: Yagarra Tjine Rak-pe, 24. Song 18: Yagarra Delhi Nya-ngadja-barra-ngarrka, 25. Song 19: Nga-ngat-pat-pa Mangalimba, 26. Song 22: Anadadada Bangany-nyaya. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song i-a: Walakandha no. 8, 2. Song ii: Walakandha no. 6, 3. Song iii: Wutjelli no. 2, 4. Song iv: Nginimb-andja, 5. Song v: Walakandha no. 7, 6. Son i-a: Walakandha no. 8a, 7. Song i-b: Walakandha no. 8b, 8. Song vi-a: Walakandha no. 9a, 9. Song vi-b: Walakandha no. 9b, 10. Song vii: Yendili no. 6, 11. Song viii: Yenmilhi no. 2, 12. Song 1: Kubuwemi, 13. Song 2: Yendili no. 1, 14. Song 3: Yendili no. 2, 15. Song 4: Walakandha no. 1, 16. Song 5a: Truwu [A melody] 17. Song 5b: Truwu [B melody], 18. Song 5c: Truwu [A/B melody], 19. Song 6: Nadirri, 20. Song 7: Yenmilhi no. 1, 21. Song 8: Mirrwana, 22. Song 9: Wutjelli no. 1, 23. Song 10: Walakandha no. 2, 24. Song 11: Pumurriyi, 25. Song 12: Thidha ngany, 26. Song 13: Dhembedi-ndjen, 27. Song 14: Tjagawala, 28. Song 15: Karra, 29. Song 16: Yendili no. 5, 30. Song 17: Yendili no. 3, 31. Song 18: Lhambumen, 32. Song 19: Yendili no. 4, 33. Song 20: Walakandha no. 3, 34. Song 21: Karra yeri-ngina, 35. Song 22: Walakandha no. 4, 36. Song 23: Walakandha no. 5, 37. Song 24: Kinyirr, 38. Song 25: Wedjiwurang, 39. Song 26: Tjinmel. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.

Other

  • Barwick, L., Blythe, J., Ford, L., Marett, A., Reid, N., Walsh, M. (2006), Murriny Patha Song Project Website (http://azoulay.arts.usyd.edu.au/mpsong). [More Information]
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. (2001), Rak Badjalarr: Wangga Songs by Bobby Lane, Northern Australia (Audio Recording).

2016

  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Duwun, 2. Song 1: Duwun, 3. Song 2: Happy (lerri) Song no. 1, 4. Song 2: Happy (lerri) Song no. 1, 5. Song 3: Happy (lerri) Song no. 2, 6. Song 4: Happy Song no. 3, 7. Song 5: Duwun crab song, 8. Song 6: Karra Mele Ngany-endheni-no, 9. Song 7: Song from Anson Bay, 10. Song 7: Song from Anson Bay, 11. Song 8: Robert Man.guna's Song, 12. Song 9: Happy (lerri) Song no. 4, 13. Song 10: Happy (lerri) Song no. 5, 14. Song 11: Happy (lerri) Song no. 6. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 2. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 3. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 4. Song 1: Puliki (Buffalo) 5. Song 2: Tjinbarambara (Seagull) 6. Song 2: Tjinbarambara (Seagull) 7. Song 3: Wak (Crow) 8. Song 4: Wororo (Crab) 9. Song 5: Pumandjin (Place name: a hill) 10. Song 6: Piyamen.ga (Shady Tree), two items 11. Song 6: Piyamen.ga (Shady Tree) 12. Song 6: Piyamen.ga (Shady Tree), two items 13. Song 7: Lame Fella 14. Song 7: Lame Fella 15. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 16. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 17. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 18. Song 8: Rtadi-thawara (Walking on the Mangroves) 19. Song 9: Lerri (Happy Dance) 20. Song 9: Lerri (Happy Dance). CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 2. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 3. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 4. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 5. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 6. Song 1: Rak Badjalarr, 7. Song 2: Bandawarra-ngalgin, 8. Song 2: Bandawarra-ngalgin, 9. Song 2: Bandawarra-ngalgin, 10. Song 3: Karra Balhak Malvak, 11. Song 4: Karra-ve Kanya-verver, 12. Song 4: Karra-ve Kanya-verver, 13. Song 5: Benmele, 14. Song 6: Winmedje, 15. Song 7: Tjerrendet, 16. Song 8: Tjendabalhatj, 17. Song 9: Bangany Nye-bindja-ng, 18. Song 10: Walingave, 19. Song 11: Djappana, 20. Song 11: Djappana, 21. Song 11: Djappana, 22. Song 11: Djappana, 23. Song 12: Karra Balhak-ve, 24. Song 13: Lima Rak-pe, 25. Song 14: Mubagandi, 26. Song 14: Mubagandi, 27. Song 14: Mubagandi, 28. Song 15: Bende Ribene, 29. Song 16: Limila Karrawala. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Walakandha Ngindji, 2. Song 1: Walakandha Ngindji, 3. Song 1: Walakandha Ngindji, 4. Song 2: Wulumen Kimi-gimi, 5. Song 2: Wulumen Kimi-gimi, 6. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri, 7. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri, 8. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri, 9. Song 3: Rtadi-wunbirri 10. Song 4: Menggani, 11. Song 4: Menggani, 12. Song 5: Tjerri, 13. Song 5: Tjerri, 14. Song 6: Watjen-danggi, 15. Song 6: Watjen-danggi, 16. Song 7: Malhimanyirr, 17. Song 7: Malhimanyirr, 18. Song 8: Ma-vindivindi, 19. Song 8: Ma-vindivindi, 20. Karri-ngindji 21. Song 9: Karri-ngindji, 22. Song 10: Thali-ngatjpirr, 23. Song 10: Thali-ngatjpirr, 24. Song 10: Thali-ngatjpirr, 25. Song 11: Na-Pebel, 26. Song 11: Na-Pebel, 27. Song 11: Na-Pebel, 28. Song 12: Wulumen Tulh, 29. Song 12: Wulumen Tulh. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song 1: Ya Bangany-nyung Nga-bindja Yagarra, 2. Song 2: Yagarra Nga-bindja-ng Nga-mi Ngayi, 3. Song 3: Bangany-nyung Ngaya, 4. Song 3: Bangany-nyung Ngaya, 5. Song 4: Kanga Rinyala Nga-ve Bangany-nyung, 6. Song 4: Kanga Rinyala Nga-ve Bangany-nyung, 7. Song 5: Ya[garra] Nga-bindja-ng Nga-mi, 8. Song 5: Ya[garra] Nga-bindja-ng Nga-mi, 9. Song 6: Yagarra Bangany Nye-ngwe, 10. Song 7: Be Bangany-nyaya, 11. Song 8: Nyere-nyere Lima Kaldja, 12. Song 9: Nyere-nye Bangany Nyaye, 13. Song 10: Karra Ngadja-maka Nga-bindja-ng Ngami, 14. Song 11: Yerre Ka-bindja-maka Ka-mi, 15. Song 12: Yagarra Ye-yenenaya, 16. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 17. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 18. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 19. Song 13: Naya Rradja Bangany Nye-ve, 20. Song 14: Yagarra Nedja Tjine Rak-pe, 21. Song 15: Ya Rembe Ngaya Lima Ngaya, 22. Song 16: Yagarra Tjut Balk-nga-me Nga-mi, 23. Song 17: Yagarra Tjine Rak-pe, 24. Song 18: Yagarra Delhi Nya-ngadja-barra-ngarrka, 25. Song 19: Nga-ngat-pat-pa Mangalimba, 26. Song 22: Anadadada Bangany-nyaya. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2016). 1. Song i-a: Walakandha no. 8, 2. Song ii: Walakandha no. 6, 3. Song iii: Wutjelli no. 2, 4. Song iv: Nginimb-andja, 5. Song v: Walakandha no. 7, 6. Son i-a: Walakandha no. 8a, 7. Song i-b: Walakandha no. 8b, 8. Song vi-a: Walakandha no. 9a, 9. Song vi-b: Walakandha no. 9b, 10. Song vii: Yendili no. 6, 11. Song viii: Yenmilhi no. 2, 12. Song 1: Kubuwemi, 13. Song 2: Yendili no. 1, 14. Song 3: Yendili no. 2, 15. Song 4: Walakandha no. 1, 16. Song 5a: Truwu [A melody] 17. Song 5b: Truwu [B melody], 18. Song 5c: Truwu [A/B melody], 19. Song 6: Nadirri, 20. Song 7: Yenmilhi no. 1, 21. Song 8: Mirrwana, 22. Song 9: Wutjelli no. 1, 23. Song 10: Walakandha no. 2, 24. Song 11: Pumurriyi, 25. Song 12: Thidha ngany, 26. Song 13: Dhembedi-ndjen, 27. Song 14: Tjagawala, 28. Song 15: Karra, 29. Song 16: Yendili no. 5, 30. Song 17: Yendili no. 3, 31. Song 18: Lhambumen, 32. Song 19: Yendili no. 4, 33. Song 20: Walakandha no. 3, 34. Song 21: Karra yeri-ngina, 35. Song 22: Walakandha no. 4, 36. Song 23: Walakandha no. 5, 37. Song 24: Kinyirr, 38. Song 25: Wedjiwurang, 39. Song 26: Tjinmel. CD, Sydney University Press. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. Curated by Allan Marett, Linda Barwick.

2015

  • Marett, A. (2015). Oppenheimer: A Noh Play in English, (pp. 1 - 46). Sydney, Australia: Self Published.

2014

  • Ford, P., Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2014). Mirrwana and Wurrkama: Applying an Indigenous Knowledge Framework to Collaborative Research on Ceremonies. In Katelyn Barney (Eds.), Collaborative Ethnomusicology: New Approaches to Music Research between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians, (pp. 43-62). Melbourne, Australia: Lyrebird Press. [More Information]

2013

  • Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. (2013). For the sake of a song: Wangga songmen and their repertories. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. [More Information]

2011

  • Walsh, M., Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Archiving Language & Song in Wadeye: Future Access to Song Knowledge. 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC). University of Hawaii.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Aural snapshots of musical life: The 1948 recordings. In Martin Thomas and Margo Neale (Eds.), Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition, (pp. 355-375). Canberra: ANU E Press. [More Information]

2010

  • Marett, A. (2010). Vanishing songs: how musical extinctions threaten the planet. Ethnomusicology Forum, 19(2), 249-262. [More Information]

2007

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Blythe, J., Walsh, M. (2007). Arriving, Digging, Performing, Returning: An Exercise in Rich Interpretation of a Djanba Song text in the Sound Archive of the Wadeye Knowledge Centre, Northern Territory of Australia. Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, 1, 13-24. [More Information]
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2007). Musical and linguistic perspectives on Aboriginal song. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 1-5. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2007). Simplifying musical practice in order to enhance local identity: the case of rhythmic modes in the Walakandha wangga (Wadeye, Northern Territory). Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 63-75.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2007). Studies in Aboriginal Song. Special issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies 2007/2. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2.

2006

  • Barwick, L., Blythe, J., Ford, L., Marett, A., Reid, N., Walsh, M. (2006), Murriny Patha Song Project Website (http://azoulay.arts.usyd.edu.au/mpsong). [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2006). Research on early notations for the history of Togaku and points of scholarly contention in their interpretation. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 38(1), 79-95.
  • Marett, A., Yunupingu, M., Langton, M., Gumbula, N., Barwick, L., Corn, A. (2006). The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: Year One in Review. The Australia Council - Backing Our Creativity: the National Education and the Arts Symposium (2005), Sydney: Australia Coucil for the Arts. [More Information]

2005

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M., Reid, N., Ford, L. (2005). Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20(4), 383-397. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2005). Research on early sources for gagaku. International Congress: 2002 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Musicological Society of Japan, Japan, Tokyo: The Musicological Society of Japan.
  • Marett, A. (2005). Songs, Dreamings, and Ghosts. The Wangga of North Australia. Middletown, Conneticut: Wesleyan Universtiy Press.
  • Marett, A. (2005). Sources for the Hakuga no fue-fu of 966 and their relationship to its notational systems. Symposium for the study of Chinese Ancient Tablature, Shanghai: Shanghai Conservatory.
  • Marett, A. (2005). The Cambridge Tang Music Project and the recovery of the lost music of the Tang Period. Symposium for the study of Chinese Ancient Tablature, Shanghai: Shanghai Conservatory.

2004

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M. (2004). Communities Of Interest: Establishing A Digital Resource On Murrinh-Patha Song At Wadeye (Port Keats), Nt. Computing Arts 2004. University of Melbourne. [More Information]

2003

  • Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal traditional performance culture in Arnhem Land. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal traditional performance in the north west. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal Traditions. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia, (pp. 26-27). Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Australian Aboriginal Music. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Endangered songs and endangered languages. Maintaining the links language, identity and the land, UK: Foundation for Endangered Languages.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Simpson, J., Harris, A. (2003). Researchers, Communities, Institutions, Sound Recordings. Researchers, COmmunities, Institutions, Sound Recordings, Sydney: School of Society Culture and Performance. [More Information]
  • Marett, A. (2003). Sound recordings as maruy among the Aborigines of the Daly region of north west. Researchers, COmmunities, Institutions, Sound Recordings, Sydney: School of Society Culture and Performance.

2001

  • Marett, A. (2001). Australia, Aboriginal Music, Northern Australia. In Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (Eds.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, (pp. 193-202). United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Japan V, Court Music. In Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (Eds.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, (pp. 855-861). United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Modal Practice in the Tenth-Century Japanese Flute source Hakuga no fue-fu and its Implications for Our Understanding of Present-day tôgaku. 2001 PNC Annual Conference, Hong Kong: Pacific Neighborhood Consortium.
  • Marett, A. (2001). Mode V, 5. East Asia. In Stanley Sadie & John Tyrrell (Eds.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, (pp. 852-860). United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. (2001), Rak Badjalarr: Wangga Songs by Bobby Lane, Northern Australia (Audio Recording).

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