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Asian Music

Journal of the Society for Asian Music

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editorial board
Stephen Slawek, Managing Editor
Martin Hatch, Production Editor
Randal Baier, Book Review Editor
David Harnish, Recording Review Editor
Gordon Thompson, Website Editor

Paul D. Greene and Li Wei Introduction: Mindfulness and Change in Buddhist Musical Traditions 1-6
Richard Widdess Caryā and Cacā: Change and Continuity in Newar Buddhist Ritual Song 7-41
Paul D. Greene The Dhamma as Sonic Praxis: Paritta Chant in Burmese Theravāda Buddhism 43-78
Pi-yen Chen The Chant of the Pure and the Music of the Popular: Conceptual Transformations in Contemporary Chinese Buddhist Chants 79-97
Jay Keister The Shakuhachi as Spiritual Tool: A Japanese Buddhist Instrument in the West 99-131
Paul D. Greene, Keith Howard, Terry E. Miller, Steven G. Nelson, Phong T. Nguyen and Hwee-San Tan Buddhism and the Musical Cultures of Asia: An Annotated Discography 133-174
 Book Reviews 
Hilary V. Finchum-Sung Nathan Hesselink. Contemporary Directions: Korean Folk Music in the Twentieth Century and Beyond 175-177
Julia Byl Margaret Sarkissian. "D'Albuquerque's Children": Performing Tradition in Malaysia's Portuguese Settlement 177-179
 Audio Recording Reviews 
Brita Heimarck Uma Mehta. Hariprasad Chaurasia (Flute) and Shib Sankar Ray (Tabla) Perform Four Dhuns 180-184
Correction to Asian Music 35/1: Chinese Jazz Age 185
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