The Singing Landscape Project

Authors: Staelens, Y.

Editors: Lira, S., Amoêda, R., Pinheiro, C., Pinheiro, J. and Oliveira, F.

Pages: 523-530

Publisher: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development

Place of Publication: Barcelos, Portugal

ISBN: 978-989-95671-1-5


The Singing Landscape Project aims to re-connect families with their singing ancestors and to encourage the discovery of what is essentially a hidden intangible cultural heritage. This paper presents the outputs of The Singing Landscape Project and focuses upon The Somerset Folk Map, suggesting that this might be a useful model for others seeking to promote singers, songs and other expressions of intangible cultural heritage in a given locality.

Source: Manual

Preferred by: Yvette Staelens

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