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Vol 12, No 1 (2011)

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Table of Contents


Introduction: Asian modernities, musical traditions and strategies of engagemen PDF
Adrian McNeil 5-9


‘Sounding Japan’: traditional musical instruments, cultural nationalism and educational reform PDF
Henry Johnson 11-32
Malaysian composers, geopolitical spaces and cultural difference PDF
Jonas Ureta Baes 33-44
Negotiation and hybridity in new Balinese music: Sanggar Bona Alit, a case study PDF
Manolete Mora 45-68
Kon baan diaokan or ‘we’re from the same village’ - star/fan interaction in Thai lukthung PDF
James Mitchell 69-89


Revisionist Popular Music History PDF
Roy Shuker 91-97
Book review - Glenda Keam and Tony Mitchell (eds) (2011)
Matthew Bannister
Review: Jeroen de Kloet, China with a Cut. Urban Youth and Popular Music, Amsterdam University Press 2010
Andreas Steen

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