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Asian Music

Journal of the Society for Asian Music

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editorial board
Ricardo D. Trimillos, Editor
Randal Baier, Book Review Editor
Sarah Weiss, Recording Review Editor
Gordon Thompson, Website Editor

Stephen Slawek From the (soon to be ex-) Editor 1-3
Joys H. Y. Cheung Singing Ancient Piety and Modernity in "Song of Familial Bliss" (1935): Musical Translation of Huang Zi (1904-1938) in Interwar China 4-58
Kim Chow-Morris Going with the Flow: Embracing the "Tao" of China's "Jiangnan Sizhu" 59-87
Hon-Lun Yang and Michael Saffle The 12 Girls Band: Traditions, Gender, Globalization, and (Inter) national Identity 88-112
Terry Miller Appropriating the Exotic: Thai Music and the Adoption of Chinese Elements 113-148
David Dennen The Third Stream: Oḍiśī Music, Regional Nationalism, and the Concept of "Classical" 149-179
Kalyan Mukherjea and Peter Manuel Radhika Mohan Maitra: His Life and Times 180-197
 Book Reviews 
Stefan Fiol Yoshitaka Terada. Music and Society in South Asia: Perspectives from Japan: Senri Ethnological Studies 71 198-203
Theodore Levin Chris Hann, Richard Rottenburg, Burkhard Schnepel, Nathan Light. Intimate Heritage: Creating Uyghur Muqam Song in Xinjiang. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology/Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia, vol. 19 204-206
Shzr Ee Tan Tong Soon Lee. Chinese Street Opera in Singapore; Nancy Guy. Peking Opera and Politics in Taiwan 206-211
 Audio Recording Reviews 
Lap M. Siu and Jeffrey P. Williams Kay Reibold, Gerald C. Hickey. Anǎk Čǔ' Čhiǎng: The Original People of Vietnam's Central Highlands 212-215
Leslie Hall George Dimitri Sawa, Traditional Arabic Music Ensemble. The Art of the Early Egyptian Qanun. 2008. 215-217
Chuen-Fung Wong Chung Yun-Hui Ensemble, Wu Rung-Shun, Pierre Charau, Frank Kane. Taïwan—Musique des Hakka: Chants Montagnards et Musique Instrumentale Bayin (Taiwan—Music of the Hakka: Mountain Songs and Bayin Instrumental Music). 2007. 217-219
David Henderson Rolf Killius. Voices for Humans, Ancestors, and Gods: A Musical Journey through India's Interior (East and North-East) 219-222
Errata: Making Sense and Senses of Locale through Perceptions of Music and Dance in Malang, East Java 227-232
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