Music and the Making of a New South

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Attitudes about music extended beyond the concert hall to simultaneously enrich and impoverish both the region and the nation that these New Southerners struggled to create.

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The dissertation on which this book is based was awarded the St. George Tucker Society Dissertation Prize. Stunningly thorough and quite entertaining.

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Being easy to read and not very long, it would make a nice entry in course syllabi. Other scholars studying how the tensions that Campbell explores for Atlanta were worked out elsewhere will find this book to be a ready partner.

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Discover ages Develop ages Dream adult learning. Support SSC with a tax-deductible gift today! Welcome to SSC Providing access to exceptional arts education and performance for the South Shore community, fostering creativity, artistic growth, and well-being for individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Practicing yoga is a life skill for children. Updated September 15, Everything South Sudanese singer Nyapal Lul is doing in her new home of Alice Springs is for the five children she left behind.

She and her family left their home country for Kenya in when the South Sudanese civil war began. In , while on a musical tour of Australia, Ms Lul applied for a protection visa and has not seen her children since.

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Her youngest child, just 11 months old at the time, is now five; the children are being cared for by their grandmother in Kenya. Due to the political themes in her music, Ms Lul says it was not safe for her to return to visit her children. While Ms Lul may have been well-known for her singing in Africa, during the last four years in Alice Springs she has been working in childcare and disability services.

It was while working at a childcare centre that she met local musician Xavia Nou, who encouraged her to perform again.

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The two women ended up working together as part of the She Sings project, produced by Ms Nou and featuring women singing songs and telling their stories. She'd never performed in Alice Springs so I was really excited to invite her to take part," Ms Nou said. Since then a small South Sudanese community has emerged in Alice Springs and Ms Lul has started organising her own shows. Topics: arts-and-entertainment , unrest-conflict-and-war , immigration , refugees , community-and-society , family-and-children , music , alice-springs , south-sudan , kenya.

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