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Asian Music

Journal of the Society for Asian Music

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Musical Narrative Traditions of Asia
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editorial board
Martin Hatch, Editor
Peter Manuel, Book Review Editor
David Harnish, Recording Review Editor
Mark Slobin, Consulting Editor

Errata for Volume 25: The God-Praising Drums of Sarajevo
Errata for Volume 25: Fred Wei-han Ho: Case Study of a Chinese-American Creative Musician
Scott L. Marcus and Dwight F. Reynolds [Introduction]: Musical Narrative Traditions of Asia 1-7
Francesca Rebollo-Sborgi The Musicality of Oral Performance: The Case of Tiānjīn Shídiaò and the Musical Expression of Urban Identity 9-51
Dwight F. Reynolds Musical Dimensions of an Arabic Oral Epic Tradition 53-94
Scott L. Marcus Parody-Generated Texts: The Process of Composition in Biraha 95-147
Hugh de Ferranti Relations between Music and Text in Higo Biwa: The Nagashi Pattern as a Text-Music System 149-174
Andrew N. Weintraub Tune, Text, and the Function of Lagu in Pantun Sunda, a Sundanese Oral Narrative Tradition 175-211
 Short Communication 
Judit Frigyesi Free Rhythm? 212-214
 Book Reviews 
Tim Brace Andrew F. Jones. Like a Knife: Ideology and Genre in Contemporary Chinese Popular Music 215-221
George Ruckert Robert S. Gottlieb. Solo Tabla Drumming of North India 221-225
 Recording Reviews 
Cynthia Po-man Wong Gu Guanren. Music of China: Classical, Folk, and Ancient Music 225-227
Feza Tansuǧ Ursula Reinhard, Völker Reinhard. Song Creators in Eastern Turkey 227-230
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