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Current Bibliography, Vol. 47, No. 1 (Winter 2003)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

Editor's note: in order to aid searching, names and terms that have been coded to display diacriticals have been appended to the entry in brackets without diacriticals.

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Anakesa Kululuka, Apollinaire. 2001. "Du Fait gestuel à l'empriente sonore." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 221-36.

Baily, John. 2001. "L'interaction homme-instrument: vers une conceptualisation." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 125-41.

Barkin, Elaine & Lydia Hamessley, eds. Audible Traces: Gender, Identity, and Music. Zurich ; Los Angeles: Carciofoli Verlagshaus, 1999. 358 p. + 1 CD.

Blum, Laurent. 2001. "Geste instrumental et transmission musicale." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 237-48.

Davidson, Mary Wallace. 2001. "Trends and issues in digital technology." Fontes Artis Musicae 48 (4): 398-410.

Deschênes, Bruno. 1999. "Toward an anthropology of music listening." International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music 29 (2): 135-153. [deschenes]

During, Jean. 2001. "Hand Made: pour une anthropologie du geste musical." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 39-68.

Gasaway, Laura. 2001. "Copyright and sound recordings: overview and update." ARSC journal 32 (2): 217-231.

Gillie-Guilbert, Claire. 2001. "'Et la voix s'est faite chair ...': Naissance, essence sens du geste vocal." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 3-38.

Corner, John. 2002. "Sounds real: music and documentary." Popular Music 21 (3): 357-366.

Frith, Simon. 2002. "Look! Hear! The uneasy relationship of music and television." Popular Music 21 (3): 277-290.

Guirchescu, Anca. 2001. "Le Danseur et le musicien, une connivence nécessaire." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 79-94. [necessaire]

Hainge, Greg. 2002. "A whisper or a scream? Experimental music sounds a warning for the future of theory." Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 16 (3): 285-298.

Harrasser, Karin. 2002. "Transforming discourse into practice: computerhystories and digital cultures around 1984." Cultural Studies 16 (6): 820-832.

Harris, Rachel and Barley Norton, eds. "Red Ritual: Ritual Music and Communism." 2002. British Journal of Ethnomusicology 11 (1): 1-157. Contents:

  • Introduction: Ritual music and Communism / Rachel Harris and Barley Norton (1-8)
  • Siren songs: ritual and revolution in the Peruvian Andes / Jonathan Ritter (9-42)
  • Long day's journey to Rincon: from suffering to resistance in the procession of San Lazaro/Babalu Aye / Katherine J. Hagedorn (43-69)
  • "The moon remembers Uncle Ho:" The politics of music and mediumship in northern Vietnam / Barley Norton (71-100)
  • Mazar festivals of the Uyghurs: music, Islam and the Chinese state / Rachel Harris and Rahila Dawut (101-118)
  • Saving the soul in Red China: music and ideology in the gongde ritual of merit in Fujian / Hwee-San Tan (119-140)
  • The Jewish service in Communist Hungary: A personal journey / Judit Frigyesi (141-157)
Hesmondhalgh, David and Keith Negus. 2002. Popular Music Studies. London: Arnold ; New York: Distributed in the United States of America by Oxford University Press. 272 p., illus. Contents:
  • Introduction: Popular music studies: meaning, power and value / David Hesmondhalgh and Keith Negus (1-10)
  • Music, masculinity and migrancy under early apartheid: gender and popular song in South Africa, c. 1948-1960 / Christopher Ballantine (16-32)
  • Analysing popular songs / Luiz Tatit ; translated by Lorraine Leu (33-50)
  • Cover versions and the sound of identity in motion / Dai Griffiths (51-64)
  • (In search of) musical meaning: genres, categories and crossover / David Brackett (65-84)
  • Raving, not drowning: authenticity, pleasure and politics in the electronic dance music scene / Rupa Huq (90-102)
  • The curse of fandom: insiders, outsiders and ethnography / Ian Maxwell (103-116)
  • Popular music audiences and everyday life / David Hesmondhalgh
  • Ubiquitous listening / Anahid Kassabian (131-142)
  • Mainstreaming, from hegemonic centre to global networks / Jason Toynbee (149-163)
  • Value and velocity: the 12-inch single as medium and artifact / Will Straw (164-177)
  • Creativity and musical experience / Keith Negus and Michael Pickering (178-190)
  • The politics of calypso in a world of music industries / Jocelyne Guilbault (191-204)
  • Locating salsa / Patria Román-Velázquez (210-222) [roman velazquez]
  • Blacking Japanese: experiencing otherness from afar / Shuhei Hosokawa (223-237)
  • India song: popular music genres since economic liberalization / Nabeel Zuberi (238-250)
  • The 'pop-rockization' of popular music / Motti Regev (251-264)
Lury, Karen. 2002. "Chewing gum for the ears: children's television and popular music." Popular Music 21 (3): 291-305.

Mabru, Lothaire. 2001. "Vers une culture musicale du corps." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 95-110.

Mansfield, Janet.2002. "Differencing music education." British Journal of Music Education 19 (2): 189-202.

Marshall, Lee. 2003. "For and against the record industry: an introduction to bootleg collectors and tape traders." Popular Music 22 (1): 57-72.

McRobbie, Angela. 2002. "Clubs to companies: notes on the decline of political culture in speeded up creative worlds." Cultural Studies 16 (4): 516-531.

Middleton, Jason, and Roger Beebe. 2002. "The racial politics of hybridity and 'neo-eclecticism' in contemporary popular music." Popular Music 21 (2): 159-172.

Moore Allan. 2002. "Authenticity as authentication." Popular Music 21 (2): 209-223.

"Musical perspectives on September 11: a roundtable on music, community, politics, and violence." 2001. ECHO: a music-centered journal 3 (2). http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume3-issue2/sept11_roundtable/ (15 December 2001, accessed 28 February 2003). Printable version: http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume3-issue2/sept11_roundtable/sept11.pdf.

  • Roundtable / Timothy Rice, Hiromi Lorraine Sakata, Nazir Jairazbhoy and Jihad Racy (1-20)
  • Response: soundly organized humanity / Gage Averill (21-25)
  • Response: building culture: reflections on September 11 from Amman, Jordan / Anne Elise Thomas (25-29)
Reichl, Karl, ed. 2000. The Oral Epic: Performance and Music. (Intercultural Music Studies, 12). Berlin: Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung.

Wilk, Richard and Kelly Askew, eds. 2002. The Anthropology of Media: a Reader. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers. xi, 416 p., illus., bibliog.


Askew, Kelly. 2002. Performing the Nation: Swahili Music and Cultural Politics in Tanzania. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology). 392 p., illus., maps, tables, bibliog., + 1 CD.

Benidir, Azîz. 1998. Initiation à la musique arabo-musulmane. Paris: Éditions AL-Bouraq. 91 p., notes. [aziz editions]

Braehler, Christian. 2003. "Hip life in Ghana: a small shot." NTAMA, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture. http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/hiphop/braehler/ (Last updated 13 January 2003, accessed 10 March 2003).

Davis, Ruth. 2002. "Al-Andalus in Tunis: sketches of the Ma'luf in the 1990s." Music & Anthropology 7. (Accessed 10 March 2003).

Gordon, Joel. 2003. "Singing the pulse of the Egyptian-Arab street: Shaaban Abd al-Rahim and the geo-pop-politics of fast food." Popular Music 22 (1): 73-88.

Jackson, Travis A. 2000. "Jazz performance as ritual: the blues aesthetic and the African diaspora." In: The African Diaspora: a Musical Perspective, 23-82. New York: Garland.

Kapchan, Deborah. 2002. "Possessing Gnawa culture: displaying sound, creating history in an unofficial museum." Music & Anthropology 7. (Accessed 10 March 2003).

Le Bomin, Sylvie. 2001. "Raison morphologique et langage musical: Musiques de xylophone en Afrique centrale." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 203-19.

Malamusi, Moya Aliya. 2000. "The popular dance of mbumba in the 1980s." NTAMA, Journal of
African Music and Popular Culture
. http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/articles/mumba.html
(Accessed 10 March 2003).

Na'Allah, Abdul-Rasheed. 1995. "Muslim women and Ilorin traditional oral poetry." Literary Griot 7 (1-2): 101-12. [naallah]

Piskor, Mojca. n.d. "The importance of being a jali muso: some aspects of the role and status of the women in the music life of today's Gambia." NTAMA, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture. http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/articles/piskor.html (Accessed 10 March 2003).

"Special Focus: Fela Anikulapo-Kuti." 1998. In NTAMA, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture 1. http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/main1/ (Accessed 10 March 2003).

"Special Focus: Second Slavery." 2001. In NTAMA, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture 2. http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/main2/ (Accessed 10 March 2003).

Thubauville, Sophia. 2003. "Remmy Ongola: 'I'm successfull in Tanzania because I write about serious subjects'." NTAMA, Journal of African Music and Popular Culture. http://ntama.uni-mainz.de/articles/remmy/ (Last updated 13 January 2003, accessed 10 March 2003).


Ake, David Andrew. 2002. Jazz Cultures. Berkeley: University of California Press. xiii, 223 p., figures, tables, bibliog.

Beebe, Roger, Denise Fulbrook and Ben Saunders. 2002. Rock Over the Edge: Transformations in Popular Music Culture. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press. 400 p. b/w photos, tables, fig.

Berger, Harris M. 1999. Metal, Rock, and Jazz: Perception and the Phenomenology of Musical Experience. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. xiii, 334 p., bibliog., maps.

Brennan, Timothy and Alan West-Durán. 2000. "Special Section: the Latin Sound: Alejo Carpentier's Music in Cuba." Transition 9 (1/2) [81/82]: 162-230. [west-duran]

Bucknum, Mary Russell. 2001. "Music sound archives in the United States." Fontes Artis Musicae 48 (4): 381-390.

Butler, Melvin L. 2000. "Musical style and experience in a Brooklyn Pentecostal church: An 'insider's' perspective." Current Musicology 70: 3-60.

Carpentier, Alejo. 2001. Music in Cuba ; edited and with an introduction by Timothy Brennan ; translated by Alan West-Durán. (Cultural Studies of the Americas, v. 5). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 325 p., illus., music.[west-duran]

Cavicchi, Daniel. 1998. Tramps Like Us: Music & Meaning among Springsteen Fans. New York: Oxford University Press. xiii, 222 p., bibliog.

Clark, Walter Aaron, ed. 2002. From Tejano to Tango: Latin American Popular Music. New York and London: Routledge. x, 286 p., ill., music, index, bibliog. Contents:

  • The popularized gaucho image as a source of Argentine classical music, 1880-1920 / Deborah Schwartz-Kates (3-24)
  • The tango, Peronism and Astor Piazzolla during the 1940s and '50s / María Susana Azzi (25-40) [maria]
  • Socially conscious music forming the social conscience: Nicaraguan música testimonial and the creation of a revolutionary moment / T. M. Scruggs (41-69) [musica]
  • Rock chabón: the contemporary national rock of Argentina / Pablo Semán and Pablo Vila (70-96) [chabon seman]
  • Crossing borders: Mexicana, Tejana and Chicana musicians in the United States and Mexico / John Koegel (97-125)
  • A Chicano in a Cuban band: Okan Ise and songo in Los Angeles / Javier Barrales Pacheco (126-150)
  • The bolero romántico: from Cuban dance to international popular song / George Torres (151-171) [romantico]
  • "Give your body joy, Macarena": aspects of U.S. participation in the "Latin" dance craze of the 1990s / Melinda Russell (172-194)
  • Music and place in the Brazilian popular imagination: the interplay of local and global in the mangue bit movement of Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil / Philip Galinsky (195-216)
  • Popular music and the global city: huayno, chicha and techno-cumbia in Lima / Raúl Romero (217-239) [raul]
  • Viral creativity: a memetic approach to the music of André Abujamra and Karnak / John Murphy (240-251) [andre]
  • Doing the samba on Sunset Boulevard: Carmen Miranda and the Hollywoodization of Latin American music / Walter Aaron Clark (252-276)
Dawkins, Marcia Alesan. 1998. "Voices underground: hip hop as black rhetoric." Literary Griot 10 (2): p. 61-84.

Demers, Joanna. 2003. "Sampling the 1970s in hip-hop." Popular Music 22 (1): 41-56.

Edwards, Brent Hayes. 2002. "Louis Armstrong and the syntax of scat." Critical Inquiry 28 (3): 618-649.

Erdmann, Thomas R. 2000. "The difference between art and entertainment, the importance of electricity on the compositional art, James Brown, and more: A conversation with the composer Libby Larsen." Women of Note Quarterly 8 (1): 1-8.

Erdmann, Thomas R. 2002. "Writing, creating and the future of music dissemination: An interview with jazz composer and pianist Carla Bley." Women of Note Quarterly 8 (4): 3-11.

Farmelo, Allen. 2001. "Another history of bluegrass: the segregation of American popular music, 1820-1900." Popular Music and Society 25 (1-2): 179-204.

Fatone, Gina. 2001. "We thank the technology goddess for giving us the ability to Rave: gamelan, techno-primitivism, and the San Francisco Rave scene." ECHO: a music-centered journal 3 (1). http://www.echo.ucla.edu/Volume3-Issue1/fatone/ (Accessed 3 March 2003).

Fikentscher, Kai. 1999. "The disc jockey as composer, or how I became a composing DJ." Current Musicology 67/68: 93-98.

Forman, Murray. 2002. "No sleep 'til Brooklyn." [Exhibition review of Hip-Hop Nation: Roots, Rhymes & Rage, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2000]. American Quarterly 54 (1): 101-127.

Garman, Bryan K. 2000. A Race of Singers: Whitman's Working-Class Hero from Guthrie to Springsteen. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press. xi, 338 p., illus., notes, bibliog.

Gooding, Erik. 1997. "'We come to you as the dead': Ethnomusicology, colonialism, and the Standing Rock reservation, 1868-1934." Resound: A quarterly of the Archives of Traditional Music 16 (1-2): 1-14.

Gussow, Adam. 2002. "Racial violence, 'primitive' music, and the Blues entrepreneur: W. C. Handy's Mississippi problem." Southern Cultures 8 (3): 56-77.

Harrison, Max. 2000. "Solal at 70." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 111-132.

Hasse, John Edward. 1999. "Hoagy Carmichael: a biographical sketch." Resound: A quarterly of the Archives of Traditional Music 18 (3-4): 1-4.

Helmlinger, Aurélie. 2001. "Geste individuel, mémoire collective: Le Jeu du pan dans les steelbands de Trinidad & Tobago." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 181-202. [aurelie memoire]

Herzhaft, Gérard. 1999. Le blues. (Que sais-je?, 1956). Paris: Presse universitaires de France. 127 p. [Gerard]

Hess, Rémi. 1999. Le tango. (Que sais-je?, 3100). Paris: Presses universitaires de France. 127 p. [remi]

Jackson, Mark Allan. 2002. "Is this song your song anymore? Revisioning Woody Guthrie's 'This Land Is Your Land'." American Music 20 (3): 249-276.

Jackson, Travis A. 2000. "Spooning Good Singing Gum: Meaning, Association, and Interpretation in Rock Music." Current Musicology 69: 7-41.

Johnson, J. Wilfred. 2001. Ella Fitzgerald: an annotated discography ; including a complete discography of Chick Webb. Jefferson [N.C.]: McFarland & Company. 368 p., ill.

Karpf, Juanita. 2001. "'Wild and soul-stirring': William Bradbury's Mountain Songs, 1847-1852." Popular Music and Society 25 (1-2): 101-130.

Keathley, Elizabeth A. 2002. "A context for Eminem's 'Murder Ballads'." ECHO: a music-centered journal 4 (2). http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume4-issue2/keathley/ (Accessed 28 Feb 2003).

Leymarie, Isabelle. 1999. La salsa et le Latin jazz. (Que sais je?, 2742). Paris: Presses universitaires de france. 127 p.

Lister, Linda. 2001. "Divafication: the deification of modern female pop stars." Popular Music and Society 25 (3/4): 1-10.

Lopes, Luiz Fernando. 1997. "Reconstructing Laura Boulton's 1953 expedition to Portugal: a comparative study of the field recordings from Cinfaes and issues of transcription and musical change." Resound: quarterly of the Archives of Traditional Music 16 (4): 1-9.

Lowney, John. 2000. "Langston Hughes and the 'nonsense' of Bebop." American Literature 72 (2): 357-385.

Managhan, Terry. 2000. "The legacy of Jazz Dance." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 9: 295-338.

Martínez, Rosalia. 2001. "Autour du geste musical andin." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 167-80. [martinez]

Mather, Olivia Carter and J. Lester Feder, eds. 2002. "O Brother, Why Now? A Folk Revival Symposium." ECHO: a music-centered journal 4 (2). http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume4-issue2/folk/ (Accessed 28 Feb 2003). Printable version: http://www.echo.ucla.edu/volume4-issue2/folk/obrother.pdf. Contents:

  • Introduction: Why now? A millenial folk revival? / Olivia Carter Mather and J. Lester Feder (1-4)
  • Petrified roots: American roots music / William Hogeland (5-11)
  • Everything old is new again: Songcatcher and the old-time music revival / Walter Nelson (12-18)
  • Revivals, authenticity, Ralph Stanley, and the O Brother phenomenon / Jeff Todd Titon (19-23)
  • Constant sorrow: traditional music and fandom / Rachel Howard (24-29)
  • Reflections on anthologized recordings: the Alan Lomax Collection on Rounder Records and the John A. and Ruby Lomax 1939 Southern States Recording Trip on the Library of Congress American Memory Website / Anthony Seeger (30-40)
  • Been drowning me out: sonic aesthetics, neo-new traditionalists, and the performance of process / Alan Williams (41-50)
Moore, Robin. 2003. "Transformations in Cuban Nueva trova, 1965-95." Ethnomusicology 47 (1): 1-41.

Mudge, Suzanne. 1997. "From the vaults: The Latin American Collection of 78s." Resound: a Quarterly of the Archives of Traditional Music 16 (3): 4-6.

Neely, Emily. 2002. "Charline Arthur: the unmaking of a honky-tonk star." Southern Cultures 8 (3): 86-96.

Neuenfeldt, Karl, guest ed. 2002. "Indigenous Popular Music in North America: Continuations and Innovations." The World of Music 44 (1): 7-151. Contents:

  • An Overview of case studies of contemporary Native American music in Canada, the United States of America and on the Web / Karl Neuenfeldt (7-10)
  • Native American contemporary music: the women / Beverly Diamond (11-39)
  • The politics and aesthetics of recording: a comparative Canadian case study of Powwow and contemporary Native American music / Christopher A. Scales (41-59)
  • The Native American flute: convergence and collaboration as exemplified by R. Carlos Nakai / Paula Conlon (61-74)
  • Amerindians at the rodeos and their music / Elaine Keillor (75-94)
  • Under the Double Eagle: from military march to Métis Miziksharing / Annette Chrétien (95-114)[metis chretien]
  • www.nativeamericanmusic.com: marketing recordings in an interconnected world / Karl Neuenfeldt (115-126)
  • Powwow songs: traveling songs and changing protocol / Anna Hoefnagels (127-136)
  • The Kwagiulth Dancers: addressing intellectual property issues at Victoria's First Peoples Festival / Klisala Harrison (137-151).
Perrone, Charles A. and Christopher Dunn, eds. 2001. Brazilian Popular Music and Globalization. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. xii, 288 p., Photos.

Pfleiderer, Martin. 1998. Zwischen Exotismus und Weltmusik. Zur Rezeption asiatischer und afrikanischer Musik im Jazz der 60er und 70er Jahre. (Schriften zur Popularmusikforschung, Bd. 4). Karben: CODA, 1998. 302 p., notes, bibliog.

Rao, Nancy Yunhwa. 2001. "American compositional theory in the 1930s: scale and exoticism in 'The Nature of Melody' by Henry Cowell." Musical Quarterly 85 (4): 595-640.

Rao, Nancy Yunhwa. 2002. "Songs of the exclusion era: New York Chinatown's opera theaters in the 1920s." American Music 20 (4): 399-444.

Ramsey, Guthrie P., Jr. 2003. Race Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop. (Music of the African Diaspora, 7). Berkeley: U of California Press. 288 p., b/w photos, music, bibliog.

Reed, Teresa L. 2001. "Elder Eatmore and Deacon Jones: folk religion as humor in Black secular recordings, 1918-1961." Popular Music and Society 25 (3/4): 25-44.

Reising, Russell. 2001. "The secret lives of objects; the secret stories of rock and roll: Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Seattle's Experience Music Project." American Quarterly 53 (3): 489-510.

Rosenthal, Rob. 2001. "Serving the Movement: The Role(s) of Music." Popular Music and Society 25 (3/4): 11-24.

Saslaw, Janna K. 2000. "Far out: intentionality and image schema in the reception of early works by Ornette Coleman." Current Musicology 69: 97-117.

Saul, Scott. 2001. "Outrageous freedom: Charles Mingus and the invention of the Jazz Workshop." American Quarterly 53 (3) 387-419.

Seroff, Doug. "'A Voice in the Wilderness': The Fisk Jubilee Singers' civil rights tours of 1879-1882." Popular Music and Society 25 (1-2): 131-178.

Sicoli, M. L. Corbin. 2002. "Segregation, Sexism, Sexuality and Spirituality in the Best Selling Songs of Summer 1998: Impediments to Creativity?" Women of Note Quarterly 8 (4): 16-24.

Sicoli, M.L. Corbin. 1997. "Sisters in the musical ghetto: African American women and best-selling music." Women of Note Quarterly 5 (3): 18-24.

Stahl, Matthew. 2002. "Authentic boy bands on TV? Performers and impresarios in The Monkees and Making the Band." Popular Music 21 (3): 307-329.

Vaillant, Derek. 2002. "Sounds of Whiteness: Local Radio, Racial Formation, and Public Culture in Chicago, 1921-1935." American Quarterly 54 (1): 25-66.

Waksman, Steve. 1999. Instruments of Desire: The Electric Guitar and the Shaping of Musical Experience. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. x, 373 p., illus., bibliog., discog.

Waxer, Lise A. 2002. City of Musical Memory: Salsa, Record Grooves and Popular Culture in Cali, Colombia. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press. xix, 316 p., bibliog., discog.

Wells, Alan. 2001. "Nationality, Race, and Gender on the American Pop Charts: What Happened in the '90s?" Popular Music and Society 25 (1-2): 221-232.

Weheliye, Alexander G. 2002. "'Feenin': Posthuman Voices In Contemporary Black Popular Music." Social Text 20 (2): 21-47.

Westmoreland, Kalene. 2001. "'Bitch' and Lilith Fair: Resisting Anger, Celebrating Contradictions." Popular Music and Society 25 (1-2): 205-220.

Whitesell, Lloyd. 2002. "Harmonic palette in early Joni Mitchell." Popular Music 21 (2): 173-193.

Zolov, Eric. 1999. Refried Elvis: The Rise of the Mexican Counterculture. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. xiii, 349 p., illus. tables, graphs, bibliog.

Asia & Oceania

Baulch, Emma. 2002. "Alternative music and mediation in late New Order Indonesia." Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 3 (2): 219-234.

Baulch, Emma. 2002. "Creating a scene: Balinese punk's beginnings." International Journal of Cultural Studies 5 (2): 153-177.

Bernède, Franck. 2001. "Le Geste divinize: Regards sur la transe ritualisée au Kumaon (Himalaya occidental)." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 143-66. [bernede ritualisee]

Buenconsejo, José S. 2002. Songs and gifts at the frontier: person and exchange in the Agusan Manobo possession ritual, Philippines. (Current Research in Ethnomusicology, v. 4). New York: Routledge. xix, 424 p., ill., maps. [jose]

Cohen, Matthew Isaac. 2001. "On the origin of the Komedie Stamboel: popular culture, colonial society, and the Parsi theatre movement." Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 157 (2): 313-57.

De Ferranti, Hugh. 2000. Japanese Musical Instruments. (Images of Asia). New York: Oxford University Press. viii, 104 p., ill., bibliog.

De Ferranti, Hugh and Yôko Narazaki, eds. 2002. A Way A Lone: Writing on Tôru Takemitsu. Tokyo: Academia Music. xiii, 258 p., ill. [yoko toru]

De Ferranti Hugh. 2002. "'Japanese music' can be popular." Popular Music 21 (2): 195-208.

Diehl, Keila. 2002. Echoes from Dharamsala: Music in the Life of a Tibetan Refugee Community. Berkeley: University of California Press. 337 p., b/w photos, map, notes, glossary, bibliog.

Dudrah, Rahinder. 2002. "Drum'n'dhol: British bhangra music and diasporic South Asian identity formation." European Journal of Cultural Studies 5 (3): 363-383.

During, Jean. 1998. Musiques d'Asie centrale: l'esprit d'une tradition. (Musiques du Monde). Arles: Cité de la Musique : Actes sud. 170 p., ill., + 1 CD. [cite]

Enomoto, Yasuko. 1998. Gakujin no miyako Shanghai: kindai Chūgoku ni okeru seiyō ongaku no juyō [Shanghai, Musician's Capital: the Reception of Western Music in Modern China]. (Kenbun sensho vol. 76). Tokyo: Kenbun Shuppan. [chugoku seiyo juyo]

Fung, Anthony and Michael Curtin. 2002. "The anomalies of being Faye (Wong): Gender politics in Chinese popular music." International Journal of Cultural Studies 5 (3): 263-290.

Galliano, Luciana. 2002. Yōgaku: Japanese Music in the 20th Century ; translated by Martin Mayes. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. 368p. [yogaku]

Goormaghtigh, Georges. 2001. "Note sur le jeu du qin." Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 14: 69-78.

Greene, Paul D., guest ed. 2002. "Body and Ritual in Buddhist Musical Cultures." The World of Music 44 (2): 9-134. Contents:

  • Preface: body and ritual in Buddhist musical cultures / Paul D. Greene (9-16)
  • Meaning, style and change in Gamelan and Wayang Kulit Banjar since their transplantation from Hindu-Buddhist Java to South Kalimantan / Margaret Joy Kartomi (17-55)
  • Music and movement in Vietnamese Buddhism / Phong T. Nguyen (57-71)
  • Is the wind, the banner, or the mind moving? The concept of body in Chinese Han Buddhist ritual performance and its musical practices / Tsai Tsan-Huang (73-92)
  • Sounding the body in Buddhist Nepal: neku horns, Himalayan shamanism, and the transmigration of the disembodied spirit / Paul D. Greene (93-114)
  • Jataka narrations as multimedial reconstructive embodiments of the mental system Buddha Shakyamuni / Martina Claus-Bachmann (115-134)
  • Buddhism and the musical cultures of Asia: a critical literature survey / Paul D. Greene, Keith Howard, Terry E. Miller, Phong T. Nguyen, and Hwee-San Tan (135-175)
Greene, Paul D. 2003. "Nepal's lok pop music: representations of the folk, tropes of memory, and studio technologies." Asian Music 34 (1): 43-66.

Guy, Nancy. 2002. "Trafficking in Taiwan aboriginal voices." In Handle with Care: Ownership and Control of Ethnographic Materials, edited by Sjoerd R. Jaarsma, 195-210. University of Pittsburgh Press.

Harris, Diana. 2002. "A report on the situation regarding teaching music to Muslims In an inner-city school." British Journal of Music Education 19 (2): 49-60.

Henderson, David. 2003. "'Who needs "the Folk"?' a Nepali remodeling project." Asian Music 34 (1): 19-42.

Herbert, Mimi with Nur S. Rahardjo. 2002. Voices of The Puppet Masters: The Wayang Golek Theater of Indonesia. Jakarta: The Lontar Foundation ; Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. 252 p. illus.

Johnson, H. M. 2002. "Balinese music, tourism and globalisation: inventing traditions within and across cultures." New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies 4 (2): 8-32.

Johnson, H. M. 2001. "Nationalisms and globalization in Okinawan popular music: nênêzu and their place in world music contexts." In Roy Starrs, ed., Asian nationalism in an age of globalization. London: Curzon Press: 359-373. [nenezu]

Jones, Andrew F. 2001. Yellow Music: Media Culture and Colonial Modernity in The Chinese Jazz Age. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, ix, 213 p., illus., bibliog.

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  • Musical belongings: Western music and its low-other / Richard Middleton
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  • Experimental Oriental: new music and other others / John Corbett
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  • East, West, and Arabesk / Martin Stokes
  • Scoring the Indian: Music in the Liberal Western / Claudia Gorbman
  • The poetics and politics of Pygmy pop / Steven Feld
  • International times: fusions, exoticism, and antiracism in electronic dance music / David Hesmondhalgh
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Daughtry, J. Martin. 2003. "Russia's new anthem and the negotiation of national identity." Ethnomusicology 47 (1): 42-67.

Dejeu, Zamfir. 2002. "Cultural connections within traditional music and dance in Transylvania. European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 9: 114-148.

Donnelly, K.J. 2002. "Tracking British television: pop music as stock soundtrack to the small screen." Popular Music 21 (3): 331-343.

Forman, Murray. 2002. "'One night on TV is worth weeks at the Paramount': musicians and opportunity in early television, 1948-55." Popular Music 21 (3): 249-276.

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Packard, Craig. 2002. "A research agenda for studying the Hungarian-Romanian ethnomusicological conflict: visits by the ethnic police to North America." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 9: 149-157.

Pagliai, Valentina. 2002. "Poetic dialogues: performance and politics in the Tuscan Contrasto." Ethnology 41 (2): 135-154.

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Plastino, Goffredo, ed. 2003. Mediterranean Mosaic: Popular Music and Global Sounds. New York: Routledge, viii, 336 p., ill., bibliog.

Pritchard, Brian. 2002. "Music periodicals in New Zealand: viewing a century of publication and some landmark enterprises." Fontes Artis Musicae 49 (1-2): 79-93.

Russell, Ian. 2003. "The singer's the thing: the individual and group identity in a Pennine singing tradition." Folk Music Journal 8 (3): 266-281.

Ruttkowski, Wolfgang. 2001. "Cabaret songs." Popular Music and Society 25 (3/4): 45-72.

Seroussi, Edwin. 2002. "'Mediterraneanism' in Israeli music: an idea and its permutations." Music & Anthropology 7. (Accessed 10 March 2003).

Steinholt, Yngvar B. 2003. "You can't rid a song of its words: notes on the hegemony of lyrics in Russian rock songs." Popular Music 22 (1): 89-108.

Szalayi, Zoltán. 2002. "Interethnical conflict? Reflections on the problems deriving from the vast common cultural repertoire of the cohabiting ethnic peoples in Transylvania." European Meetings in Ethnomusicology 9: 98-113. [zoltan]

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