Singing, Men and Australian Culture

@inproceedings{Harrison2012SingingMA,
  title={Singing, Men and Australian Culture},
  author={S. Harrison},
  year={2012}
}
  • S. Harrison
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • Australia is a diverse nation with a varied array of examples of men engaging with music. Like many other Western cultures, Australian men and boys still exhibit reticence to participate in choral programs, but embrace opportunities to sing in musical theatre and pop music. This chapter seeks to investigate this diversity, providing an overview of participation in these disparate forms of engagement and interrogating the reasons for participation, and in some cases non-participation, in certain… CONTINUE READING
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