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Asian Musicology Whole Contents
Council for Asian Musicology
Asian Musicology
Whole Contents
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2000 (Vol. 1)

Indian Tala and Korean Changdan  
Chun, InPyong

Indian Music and European Researchers from Late Eighteenth through Early Nineteenth Centuries Activities in the Asiatic Society in India
Kobinata, Hidetoshi

The Dance-Songs and Dance Music  of  the Kenyah Community  Of  Sarawak , East Malaysia
Chong, Pek Lin

Change to Ensure Continuity - The Extraordinary Ceremony Dabei Chan: Transformations of Chinese Buddhist Music in England
Tsai, Tsan-Huang

Ethno-social processes and musical culture of antiquity: China, Korea, Japan.
Sergei B. Loupinos



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2002(Vol. 2)

MAN ZHONG KUAI MUSICAL FORM of CHINESE and KOREAN MUSIC  
Chun, InPyong

PITHI SAMPEAH KROU OR CEREMONY OF PAYING HOMAGE TO THE TEACHER IN KHMER DANCE AND MUSIC
SAM-ANG SAM

THE SYSTEM OF IMAGES IN THE DOMBRA TRADITION OF THE KAZAKHS
Saule Utegalieva

Invented Traditions of Koto Notation from the Meiji Period
Henry M. Johnson

PENTATONIC PATTERNS OF CONSTRUCTION - a Study based on work by Gabor Luko
Gyorgy Kadar

An overview of chordophonic instruments used in the folk music of rajasthan; a western region of indian subcontinent :-
SUREERA KASLIWAL


Audience response to p'ansori and its impact on contemporary p'ansori performance
Yeonok jang

A Composer's Travel Journal
Hyo-shin Na

Diehl, Keila. Echoes from Dharamsala: Music in the Life of a Tibetan Refugee Community. - Berkeley : University of California Press, 2002.
Elaine Dobson

Hwang Byung-ki wa ui taehwa/Conversations with Kayageum Master Byung-ki Hwang.
Hilary Finchum-Sung


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2003 (Vol. 3)

5    The Triple Musical Form of Southeast Asian and  Korean Music  
Chun, InPyong

25    The Evolution and Decline of the Ancient Chinese Practice of Watching for the Ethers
Hunag, YiLong and Chang, ChiCheng

67   The Coherent View between Human body and Musical Structure According to Indian Philosophical Thought
Yoon, HyeJin

99     The Multiformity of Asian Music: A Comparative Study on Current Situation between Indian, Chinese and Philippine Music
Chen, JiMing

119   Is There a Reason for the Existence of a Stand-Alone Finno-Ugrian Musicology?
Gyorgy Kadar

151   The Historical Routes of the Malay Gambus(Lutes)

Rarry Francis Hilarian

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2004(Vol. 4)

A Study of musical cultures in Samhan Period
Hwang Mi-yon

YAMATARAJABHANAS ALAGAMAN; INTERESTING COMBINATORIC SUTRA
Subhash kak

Musical drama on the Silk Road, and Hu-Han cultural exchange
Ke Lin

The Music and Culture of the Silk Road-Enrichment Through Mutual Exchanges Between India and Central Asian Countries
Ms. Sharbari Mukherjee

Korean Jangdan in Terms of "Long and Shor" with Reference to Yeongsanhoesang and Sanjo
Chun InPyong



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2004(Vol. 5)

RASA: The Phenomenon of Indian and Indonesian Music
Bambang Sunarto

CHORDOPHONES OF CENTRAL ASIA: A NEW APPROACH TO ITS CLASSICIFICATION
Saule Utegalieva

Musical Pervasiveness In Iran And Necessity of National Music Museum
Golnaz Golsabahi

Vietnamese Traditional Music and its Tradition of International Exchange: Issues in the Context of Globalization
Le Toan

VIETNAMESE TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN THE BACKGROUND OF GLOBALIZATION
VAN MINH HUONG

Korean Ensemble Music (Julpungryu) and Chinese Ensemble Music (Sizhuyue)
Chun InPyong
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2005(Vol. 6)

Symbolism of Daegeum (Korean large transverse flute)
So Inhwa

TEACHING SAMULNORI
Keith Howard

THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF WORLD MUSICS IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS OF SINGAPORE
Larry Francis Hilarian

VOCAL MUSIC ART OF "TUONG"
VAN MINH HOUNG

The Space Arrangement of the Royal Ceremony in the Chosun Dynasty
Shin Sun Hi

The Thai chings, Korean jing and Indonesian gongs
Chun InPyong

Music Education in Malaysia: Transcending Borders Through Tradition1
Tan Sooi Beng

National Musics and National Orchestras: A Case Study on the "Modern Chinese Orchestra.
J. Lawrence Witzleben

The Regeneration of Traditional Music in a Chinese Rural Village
IGUCHI Junko
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2006 (Vol. 7)

Phonological Research of Nanbeiqu
Yu Weimin

RĀGAMĀLĀ:  the  visual  representation  of melody
types in Northern India
Saurabh Goswami and Selina Thielemann

Eastern Influence: The Medieval Japanese No Dram As a Basis for Benjamin Britten’s Curlew River
CHUNG Yoojin

Soviet-Korean Folksongs in the early 20th Century: Formation and Transformation
Bohi Gim Ban

Analysis And Differentiation Among Three Concepts Yue-Ji, Hra-JI and Hua-JI
Cheng Huihui




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2006 (Vol. 8)

005 Semiotic Analysis on Discourse of Cheongseonggok(淸聲曲)
Surh,  Usoc

000  Introduction to the Aesthetics of Korean Traditional Music
So, Inhwa

000    The Concept of Tāla in the Nātya Śāstra : the Harmony of Music and Drama

Lee, Jaesook

000    The Need for a New Notational System for Korean Traditional Music: Focusing on Gagok
Lee, Insuk

000  Aesthetics of Javanese Gamelan Music: Structure, Style and Musical Feeling
R. Anderson Sutton

000    Gamlan Music and Literature in Javanese Court Traditions
Bambang Sunarto

000    Traditional Music Performance Education at Kazakh National Conservatory named after Kurmangazy: Tasks and Perspectives
Saule Utegaliyeva

000   On the Intervallic Associations of the Cheremis Musical Culture  Cheremis Musical Culture and Western Musical Thinking
Gyrgy Kdrar

000     Women and Music in the Great Silk Road
Razia Sultanova


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2006 (Volume 9)


The Future of the Uygher Musical Past: Reconstructing Uygher Muqam in Chinese Central Asia………………………………………………………………… 7

Wong Chuen-Fung


Transnational Popular Music Culture and Local Cultural Politics: Korea’s Open-Door Policy on Japanese Popular Culture (1998-2004) and its Antecedents       ……………………. 63

Jung Eun-Young


Gaidong in Hong Kong: The Ecology of Commercial Chinese Instrumental Music Performance………………………………………………………100

Lung Man Wai, Mavis



Chinese Opera in Singapore, 1840s-1960s………………………………………………… 140

Lee Tong Soon




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2007 (Volume 10)
005   The History of Korean Music from a New Perspective

CHUN In Pyong
025   Campursari Music: The Content and Modal System Application

                                                          Bambang Sunarto

055   Binh Dinh Popular Classical Drama  
-A Phenomenon of   Popular Traditional Culture in Adaption in the Current Life and Culture
                                                         Van Minh Huong

073   The Regeneration of Traditional Music in a Chinese Rural Village
                                                          IGUCHI Junko


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2007 (Volume 11)

005 Musico-Artistic (A Perspective on Music Studies)

Bambang Sunarto

000 The Inconspicuous Acceleration in Qin Music: An Insider’s View with Validation by a Perceptive Study

Tse, Chun-Yan


000 Canon in the Musical Cultures of China, Korea and Japan

Sergey B.Lupinos


000 The  Magnificent   and  Grand  Beauty in Korean Traditional Music

Chun, In Pyong

000 Appendix;Akhakgweabeum (Vol. 3 – Vol. 6)

Seong,  hyeon
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2008 (Volume 12)

Selective Identity: Korean Minority Composers and the Performance of Ethnicity in the People’s Republic of China (PRC)

Koo Sun hee ………………………………………………………………7

Re-creating “India” through Ritual and Musical Practices in Pittsburgh, USA

Eguchi Yuko…………………………………………………………………49


Performing Kimigayo: Japanese National Anthem and the Sonorous Undoing of the Collective Voice

Oba Junko…………………………………………………………85


The Chinese Music Archive as a Musical Bridge

Yu Siu Wah……………………………………………………125


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2008 (Volume 13)

THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF THE MUSIC CREATION
Bambang Sunarto…………………………………………005
GAMELAN MUSIC: MEANINGS AND CONTEXTS IN VILLAGE RITUALS AND CELEBRATIONS
Santosa …………………………………………031
Ritual Music in Prehistoric China

Fang Jianjun …………………………………………113


Language in Music Creativity with Kodály

Hsiao-Shien Chen, Yu-Chuan Yao ………………………….133


The Effect of the Ganggangsullae Guidance by Kodaly Method
on the development of  Infant musicality: with Focus on Age 5

Prof. Kim, Jung Hwa ……………………………………157


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2009 (Volume 14)

Encountering Modernity in Asian Music
Korean Wave in Japan vs. Japanese Wave in Korea
Jung Eun-Young…………………………..…………………5
Expanding Practices and Performing Popular Songs in Taiwanese Opera
Pattie  Hsu…………………………..…………………49
Displaying “Japan”: Kumidaiko and the Exhibition of Culture at Walt Disney World
Benjamin Pachter…………………………..…………………97

Mediating Tradition and Modernity in Chennai: Notes on Carnatic Classical Music in Contemporary India
Anita Balasubramanian…………………………..…………………147


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2009 (Volume 15)
Sadra's Ethic and Consideration In His Music Piece Creation
Bambang unarto…………………………………………5

P'ansori Performance Style in The Eighteenth Century
Jang Yeon-ok …………………………………………27

A Research on the Life of Yoo Dong-cho, the Master of Tungso
Cho Seog-yeon …………………………………………63

Intangible Cultural Heritage in Korea
- Focusing on Performing Arts
Lee Yong-shik…………………………………………89


Current Situation of Asian Music Study in Korea
So In-hwa …………………………………………121
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2010 (Volume 16)
Music and Identities in Asian Music
Inventing Ethnic Music: Vocal Music of the Korean Ethnic Minority in the People’s Republic of China
Koo Sun Hee…………………………………………………..………………5
Korean Songs in Japanese Music Textbooks: Music Education and Japan-Korea Relationship since the 1980s
Fujii Koki…..………………...……………………………….....………….. 43
“Dirty Theatre” and Reform: Huaguxi Before and After 1949 in Hunan Province, China
Li Huan……….....………………………………………………………........85


Styles of Pedagogy and Performance Practices in Carnatic Vocal Music
Niranjani Prahbakar…………………..……………………………….131


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2011 (Volume 17)
Songs and Cultural Aesthetics in Asia

Kakawihan Barudak Sunda: Sundanese Children’s Songs of West Java
Indra Ridwan………………………………………………..………………5


Ahabala in China’s Mosuo Society: Performance, Representation and Meaning
Yang Min…..………………...……………………………….....…………...53

Movies and Politics in the History of a Chinese Popular Song: From Tang Wei, Li Koran, Zhou Xuan to Abing the Blind

Yu Siu Wah….....……………………………………………………….....105


Performance Structure and Transmission in the South Indian Mridangam

Sharada L. Ramakrishnan ….……..……………………………….143
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2011 (Volume 18)
Study of the Periodization of the History of Korean and Japanese Music
Chun In pyong..…………………………...………………………….........5

The Origin and the Disappearance of the Korean Lutes

Lee Yong shik ..………………...………………………….....…………...91

A Study on Korean Saenghwang (a Korean wind nstrument)

Cho Seog yeon…..………………………...………………………….....117

An Inscribed Guoshulǚ Bell from the Freer Collections and its Relevant Issues

Fang Jian jun……………………………...…………………………....…145

Marriage Ritual, Campurssari Music,  and Imagination of Modernity in Java

Budi Setiyono……………………………...…………………………....157


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2012 (Volume 19)

CONTEMPORARY CHINESE PIPA MUSIC AND ITS FUTURE
LU LIU ……………………………...…………………………...15

THE REPERTOIRE OF THE DIZI CHINESE BAMBOO FLUTE
CHANG NING CHAI ……………………………...…………………………....…37

PUYUMA BELLS: THE MARKERS OF HONOUR, PASSAGE, AND SOCIAL STATUS
LANCINI JEN-HAO CHENG ……………………………...…………………………....…57

THE UNWRITTEN AND THE RECORDED
CHUN-BIN CHEN ……………………………...…………………………....…79

PLAYING FOR PEOPLE OR THE GODS? SUSTAINABILITY OF LOCAL RELIGIOUS MUSIC POPULAR IN YUNNAN PROVINCE
ZHANG BOYU ……………………………...…………………………....…97
MAINSTREAMING, POPULARISING AND PACKAGING : NEW TRENDS IN THE CHRISTIAN MUSIC OF THE MINORITIES IN YUNNAN
YANG MINKANG ……………………………...…………………………....…117

THE LATEST TRENDS IN HUANGMEI OPERA
CHING-WAH LAM ……………………………...…………………………....…143
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2012 (Volume 20)

Between  Global and Local: Twenty-First Century Korean Music-Making
Hee-Sun Kim…..…………………………...…………………………...........5

We’re All Applied Ethnomusicologists Now: The Case of the  Chinese Musical Instrument Collection at  the Chinese University of  Hong Kong and Its Database Project

Tsai Tsan-Huang……………...………………………….....……….…...39

Politics of Arts, Arts of Politics: Political Influences on the Development of Peking Opera in Hong Kong

Chan Pui Lun……..………………………...…………………………........63

Directions for the Future of Asian Musicology in the 21st Century

Oh-Sung Kwon……………………………...…………………………......97

A Study on Jongmyo Jeryeak (宗廟祭禮樂)(I)

Seongyeon Park……………………………...………………….…....…105

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2013 (Volume 21)

In search of the world of a new Gayageum music

HWANG   Byungki…………......…………………….........................5

On the rhythm of the Korean music education at elementary schools

YI  Haeshik…………..………………………….....……….………..……13

The purism and justification pervading in Korea after the embracement of Western music

CHUN  In  Pyong………...……………………………..…………...........31

A Study of Jongmyo Jeryeak II

PARK Seong yeon………………...……………………………..….........59

<Book Review>

Synthesis of of Hangyeore (One Nation) Music and Musicians

SONG Ji won………………………………………………...…….….127


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2013 (Volume 22)

Changjak Gugak as viewed in the ethnomusicological perspective

CHUN In pyong…………………..............................................................5

A Study on the Singing style of Gyeonggiseonsori Santaryeong: Focused on the Analysis of Apsantaryeong

LEE Hyung-Hwan…..………………………….....……….………..……45

A Study of the Kyoto Performance of Yiwangjik Aakbu

Sri Hesti Heriwati.…………………………………………………..……63

Extracting Meanings of Literary Texts in New Environments

Santosa SW…………………….………………………………...…….….109

A Pragmatic study of the classical verse in the Gara-gara scene in classical Surakarta style shadow puppet theatre performed by puppeteer Ki Anom Suroto

Karju……………………………...………………………………...…….….147

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2014 (Volume 23)

From Henan Opera to Taiwan Bangzi- Localisation and Identity of Taiwan Bangzi
Ma  Ming-Hui…………………...................................................................5

A Study of the Kyoto Performance of Yiwangjik Aakbu

LEE  Sujoung…..………………………….....……….………..……………37

ISANG YUN IN-BETWEEN

Lee Moon kyung.…………………………………………………..…...…75

The Relation and influence between the musics and cultures for  India and Korea

CHUN In Pyong……………….………………………………...…….….109

An Essay on establishing the concept of Korean musicology

SONG Bangsong……………...………………………………...…….….151


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2014 (Volume 24)

A Study on the origin of the saengso byeongju type performance
Kim Seong-hye ..............................................................................7

Korean Ritual of Mental Patient (Michingut) of Daejeon :Based on Chants of Sin Seokbong Beopsa
Park Hye- Jeong .................................................................................55

A study of the adaptive ability of a Chinese Opera: three case studies of the localised Taiwan Bangzi
Ma Ming-Hui ....................................................................................127

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2015 (Volume 25)

Performing Age, Class, and Gender in Korean P’ansori
Ruth Mueller--------------------------------------------------------7

Syncretism of the Korean cheonju gasa Sipjjapuriga with Gaksseoritaryeong
Kang, Young-yeah ---------------------------------------------- 29

Krontjong Toegoe in Jakarta’s Tugu Village: A Musical Heritage from the Colonial Era
Victor Ganap------------------------------------------------------89

Revitalizing the lost instruments: Research and reconstruction of the bronze bells and stone chimes in Vietnamese court music
Phan Thuan Thao--------------------------------------------- 129

An Investigation into the Point ( • ) in Akjangnyoram
Nam Sang-sook ------------------------------------------------ 161
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2016 (Volume 26)
From the Editor
        Yu Hui9

Traditional Song Lyrics and Ritual Actions in Cambodian Weddings
        Francesca Billeri11

Indonesian Influences in the Music of Elaine Barkin
        John O. Robison35

Political Significance and Performance Contexts
of the North Korean Ǔnhasu Orchestra
        Yeonok Jang63

“We Found Ourselves” – Music and Identity among the Chinese American Diaspora in Miami        Yiyu Zhang95

Jazz in Japan: The Process of Cultural Integration
        Michael Pronko139

Jazz Characteristics of the Chinese Bowed String Instrument Erhu
in Sanshui and Lanhuahua
        Zongyan Wang161

Guidelines for Authors        181

Contact        185

Asian Musicology Membership Rates        187

Council for Asian Musicology – Board of Directors        189

Acknowledgement        191

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2017 (Volume 27)

From the Editor: Music and Cultural Interactions in the Internet Age
......................................................................................Yu Hui 9
Local Music in the Global Digital Field: A Study of Distribution and Popularity of Chinese Music on Youtube
.................................................Yu Hui & Sary Schroeder 11
Virtual Fieldwork on Chinese Folk Songs: The Participatory Culture of Online Hua'er Videos
............................................................................Lukas Park 40
Country and Eastern: Music, the Internet, and the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association
....................................................................Beth Szczepanski 66
The Modern Transformation of the Zheng
...................................................................Ann L. Silverberg 96
Reality and fiction: audiovisual representations of traditional musical cultures in China
...............................................................Leonardo D’Amico 108

The Durham Oriental Music Festival and its Legacy
...................................................Keith Pratt & Simon Mills 137
Guidelines for Authors        179
Contact......................................................................................183
Asian Musicology Membership Rates        185
Council for Asian Musicology – Board of Directors        187
Acknowledgement        189
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2018 (Volume 28)
1. Tracking the Korean Wave in Transnational Asia:  K-Pop and K-Pop Fandom in Indonesia
R. Anderson Sutton         009

Korean Wave 3.0 with reference to K-pop
CHUN In Pyong         040
2. Emerging contemporary gugak as the essence of  Hallyu in Britain : Rediscovery of gugak and the geomungo
Ilwoo Park         060
3. Korean Wave and the African Continent: major developments and strategies
Bethel Ghebru          102
4. Staying Relevant in the Digital Age: 100 Years of (Re)defining  Gugak
Jocelyn Clark          128
5. “YOO NAM SAENG”: CL as master  of the appropriative modes of  KPOP and KHIP-HOP
Michael W. Hurt        161
<My way, My Music Ⅰ>
6. Bass Lee In Young who stowed away on a ship into Japan to study music
Lee In Young        188


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2019 (Volume 29)


The Music of Kim Eunhye: Arirang, Animals, and Signs of the Zodiac
John O.Robinson ………………..………………007

Champru as a cultural strategy of Sustainability: focusing on The Okinawan Performing arts in Nanyo
Junko Konishi  ……………………..……………033  


Mlesed and Nggandhul in the Musical Accompaniment of Shadow Puppet Theater: A Case Study of Gendhing
Hanggar Budi Prasetya………………..…………061    

Legitimizing the Regime through Appropriating Central Asian Music:
The Three Dances of Yayue in the Early Tang
Zhou Jing    …………………………..…………085

Silk Road transmission of the yogo (hourglass drum) types depicted in Dunhuang mural paintings to China, Korea and Japan
CHUN In pyong  ………………..………………123


<My way, My music>

My cello Music and My Musical life I loved
Na Duksung………………………..………………141


<Book review>

“A potential Uralic philosophy” by György Kádár
Dr. Adrian Bury  ………………..………………151


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2019 (Volume 30)

From the Editor: TheFrom the Editor: Chinese Contribution to the Contemporary Music of the 21st Century        Yu Hui   9

In Search of a Distinctive Asian Sound – Fusion and Transformation
in Hong Kong Contemporary Compositions Since 199012
        Yat-wai Joseph WON  12

Fallen Leaves, New Roots        Nicholas Ng  37

Ancient Melody and New Sound in Music from the Tang Court
..............................................................Ye Yu  85

Wang Xilin, Human Suffering, and Compositional Trends in Twenty-First Century China        .John O. Robison  102

Cross-Cultural Elements in Paul Rudy’s Fantasie Composition
7.         Wang Zheng-Ting  132

Chinese Music in Malaysia: Sustainability and Convergence
        Loo Fung Ying / Loo Fung Chiat  149

Guidelines for Authors        174

Contact        178

Asian Musicology Membership Rates        180

Council for Asian Musicology        182

Board of Directors        182

Acknowledgement        184
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2020 (Volume 31)


Indo-mono musical works in modern Japan - a focus on Kazuo Yamada and Sadao Itō
Hidetoshi Kobinata……..………..………..………..…7

Internationalen Ferienkursen für Neue Musik in Darmstadt as a platform of interest for composers from the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. A historical trace.
Joevan de Mattos Caitano……..………..………..……31

The characteristics of Thai popular singing dring 1925 - 1967
Nutthan Inkhong……..………..………..………..…59

Korean Migrant Composers in Germany and their Background under the Aspect of ‘Generation’ and Vocal Text
Shin-Hyang Yun ……..………..………..………..…80

P’ansori as an Alternative to Existing Performer-Audience Relationships in Modern World Theatre
Kim IkDoo ……..………..………..………..…117

Existence of Orchestral Music Group in Java: since the Dutch East Indies to the Post-Independence (1950)
Surtihadi and Sunarto ……..………..………..………140

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