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Vol. 49, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2005
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Vol. 49, No. 2
Spring/Summer 2005

Editor:
Peter Manuel
Book Review Editor:
Melinda Russell
Recording Review Editor:
Paul Greene
Film and Video Review Editor:
Rebecca S.Miller
Assistant Editor:
Evan Rapport

CONTENTS
From the Editor
Notes on Contributing Authors
Articles
177 In the Time of Alaturka: Identifying Difference
in Musical Discourse
John Morgan O’Connell
206 The Black Pacific: Cuban and Brazilian Echoes in
the Afro-Peruvian Revival
Heidi Carolyn Feldman
232 Theoretical Approaches toward Qin Analysis:
Water and Clouds over Xiao Xiang
John Latartara
266 Buddhist Chant, Devotional Song, and Commercial
Popular Music: From Ritual to Rock Mantra
Pi-yen Chen
287 Medical Ethnomusicology in the Pamir Mountains:
Music and Prayer in Healing
Benjamin D. Koen
Book Reviews
312 Helena Simonett, Banda: Mexican Musical Life across
Borders

Brenda M. Romero
314 Suzel Ana Reily, Voices of the Magi: Enchanted Journeys
in Southeast Brazil
Alexander S. Dent
316 Kai Fikentscher, "You Better Work”: Underground
Dance Music in New York City
Eliot Bates
318 José Manuel Valenzuela, Jefe de jefes: Corridos y
narcocultura en México
Alejandro L. Madrid
320 Tina K. Ramnarine, Ilmatar’s Inspirations:
Nationalism, Globalization, and the Changing
Soundscapes of Finnish Folk Music
Kevin R. Burke
322 Steven Taylor, False Prophet: Field Notes from the
Punk Underground
Theo Cateforis
325 Samuel Wong Shengmiao, with Desmond Kon,
Impressions of a Pipa Player: Profiles of the World’s
Most Premier
John Myers
327 Briefly Noted: Linda J. Goodman and Helma Swan,
Singing the Songs of My Ancestors: The Life and Music
of Helma Swan, Makah Elder
; Luke Eric Lassiter, Clyde Ellis,
and Ralph Kotay, The Jesus Road: Kiowas, Christianity,
and Indian Hymns
; James P. Leary, Yodeling in Dairyland:
A History of Swiss Music in Wisconsin
; Aili Nenola, Ingrian
Laments;
Mark C. van Tongeren, Overtone Singing: Physics
and Metaphysics of Harmonics in East and West
;
Judy Van Zile, Perspectives on Korean Dance
Melinda Russell

Recording Reviews

331 Sound Documents from the Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences: The Complete Historical Collections 1899–1950; Series 1: The First Expeditions 1901 to Croatia, Brazil, and the Isle of Lesbos; Series 3: Papua New Guinea (1904–1909): The Collections of Rudolf Pöch, Wilhelm Schmidt, and Josef Winthuls; Series 5/1:
The Collections of Rudolf Trebitsch: Recordings from Greenland (Kalaalit Nunaat) (1906); Series 5/2: The Collections of Rudolf Trebitsch: Celtic Recordings: Ireland, Wales, Brittany, Isle of Man, and Scotland (1907–09); Series 5/3: The Collections of Rudolf Trebitsch: Basque Recordings (1913); Series 7: Rudolf Pöch’s Kalahari
Recordings (1908)
Judith Gray
336 Adeus & Aloha: The Portuguese Heritage of
Hawai‘i
Andrew N. Weintraub
338 Mali Lolo! Stars of Mali Heather A. Maxwell
Film and Video Reviews
341 A Kabul Music Diary


Mark Slobin
343 Masters of the Balafon: Part 2, The Joy of Youth;
Part 3, The Wood and the Calabash; Part 4, Friend,
You are Welcome!
Roderic Knight
The current bibliography, discography, filmography, and videography, com-piled by Randall Baier, John Vallier, and David Henderson, respectively, are located in the Publications area of the SEM website at: http://www.ethnomusicology.org
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