Graeme Skinner University of Sydney and Jim Wafer University of Newcastle , "A checklist of colonial era musical transcriptions of Australian Indigenous songs", Australharmony an online resource toward the history of music and musicians in colonial and early Federation Australia: We acknowledge and pay respect to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. It is upon their ancestral lands, and in respectful emulation of their example, that Australharmony is built and maintained. Contents of this page click on blue hyperlinks Linguistic data notes by J. Musically specific documentation of ceremonial and recreational song-making, singing, and dancing from the period can be sorted into four cascading categories: While category 4 data is the principal focus of this first page, many of the actual documents also record song texts , and give further details of performance, meaning, and context described verbally  and pictorially .
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History The mound where the tomb is located The construction of the tomb was described by historian Sima Qian —90 BCE in his most noted work Shiji , written a century after the mausoleum's completion. Work on the mausoleum began in BCE soon after Emperor Qin then aged 13 ascended the throne, and the project eventually involved , workers. According to this account, flowing rivers were simulated using mercury, and above them the ceiling was decorated with heavenly bodies below which were the features of the land. Some translations of this passage refer to "models" or "imitations"; however, those words were not used in the original text, which makes no mention of the terracotta army. For centuries, occasional reports mentioned pieces of terracotta figures and fragments of the Qin necropolis — roofing tiles, bricks and chunks of masonry.
January 28, at 6: Then about a year ago I popped in and the usual introductions occurred. First, second and then the third.