NMA (New Music Articles) was an indepedent Australian publication active throughout the 80’s and early 90’s having the aim of encouraging musicians, composers and sound artists to write about their work as a way of informing the general public, and creating wider musical debate.
editors Rainer Linz & Richard Vella
Anson, Stan. Old whines in new battles, or 20th century music and 18th Century reviewers. p3 Wilkins, Caroline. An approach to 19th century sound. p7 Oliveros, Pauline. The noetics of music. p8 Stewart, Amanda. On criticism. p9 Gillies, John. Cutout. p10 Cabrera, Densil. Interview with John Parnell. p11 Slavov, Brenda. Role of the artist I. p12 Greene, Paul. Role of the artist II. p13 Wood, Steve. The use of humour in music. p14 Marinis, Marco de. Dramaturgy of the audience. p17 Dyson, Fran. Sound e/scapes. p23 Erdonmez, Denise. Music as therapy. p26 Althoff, Ernie. "47 - 64". p29 Gilliland, A.R and H.T Moore. The immediate and long-term effects of classical and popular phonograph selections. p30 Linz, Rainer. No consolation. p35 Clayton, Syd. How I wrote How to Write a Chinese Poem which led me to the Great World. p36 Kahans, Daniel and Naomi Crafti. The evaluation of `art':analyses of audience responses to a series of multimedia plays. p43