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Asian Music

Journal of the Society for Asian Music

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Music and the Asian Diaspora
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editorial board
Stephen Slawek, Editor
Eric Hung, Special Issue Editor
Randal Baier, Book Review Editor
Sarah Weiss, Recording Review Editor
Justin Patch, Editorial Assistant
Gordon Thompson, Website Editor

Eric Hung Introduction: Music and the Asian Diaspora 1-3
Lei Ouyang Bryant Performing Race and Place in Asian America: Korean American Adoptees, Musical Theatre, and the Land of 10,000 Lakes 4-30
Henry Spiller Lou Harrison's Music for Western Instruments and Gamelan: Even More Western than It Sounds 31-52
Nilanjana Bhattacharjya Popular Hindi Film Song Sequences Set in the Indian Diaspora and the Negotiating of Indian Identity 53-82
Samson Young The Voicing of the Voiceless in Tan Dun's "The Map": Horizon of Expectation and the Rhetoric of National Style 83-99
Paul J. Yoon Asian Masculinities and Parodic Possibility in Odaiko Solos and Filmic Representations 100-130
Eric Hung Performing "Chineseness" on the Western Concert Stage: The Case of Lang Lang 131-148
 Book Reviews 
Anne Prescott Alison McQueen Tokita. Kiyomoto-bushi: Narrative Music of the Kabuki Theater;Jay Keister. Shaped by Japanese Music: Kikuoka Hiroaki and Nagauta Shamisen in Tokyo 149-153
 Audio Recording Reviews 
Micah Martin Fabrice Contri, Umesh Kamath. Mahârâshtra: (Inde/India) Chants des Konkanî de Kochi/Songs of the Konkanî from Kochi 154-157
Sumarsam John Noise Manis. Gamelan of Central Java II: Ceremonial Music; John Noise Manis, Daniel Wolf. Gamelan of Central Java IV: Spiritual Music 157-161
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