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Current Bibliography, Vol. 48, No. 3 (Fall 2004)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

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Aubert, Laurent. 2001. La musique de l'autre: les nouveaux défis de l'ethnomusicologie. Genève: Georg: Ateliers d'ethnomusicologie. 160 p., bibliog. ISBN: 2825707392.

Avorgbedor, Daniel. 2003. "Preface [Special Issue on Cross-Cultural Aesthetics]." The World of Music 45 (3): 7-10.

Bennett, Andy, and Richard A. Peterson, eds. 2004. Music scenes: local, translocal and virtual. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press. xvi, 264 p., bibliog., discog., index. ISBN: 0826514502 (cloth), 0826514510 (paper)

Berlin, Gabriele, and Artur Simon, eds. 2002. Music archiving in the world: Papers presented at the conference on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv. Berlin: VWB, Verlag fur Wissenschaft und Bildung. 520 p., illus., maps, music, 1 compact disc. ISBN: 3861356813 (cloth)

Bull, Michael. 2002. "The seduction of sound in consumer culture: Investigating Walkman desires." Journal of consumer culture. 2 (1): 81-101.

Connell, John, and Chris Gibson. 2003. Sound tracks: popular music, identity and place. London : Routledge. xii, 320 p., illus., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0415170273 (cloth), 0415170281 (paper)

Coombe, Rosemary J., and Andrew Herman. 2004. "Rhetorical Virtues: Property, Speech, and the Commons on the World-Wide Web." Anthropological Quarterly 77 (3): 559-574.

Cunningham, Stuart. 2001. "Popular media as public 'sphericules' for diasporic communities." International Journal of Cultural Studies 4 (2): 131-147. 2001.

Dawe, Kevin, ed. 2004. Island musics. New York; Oxford: Berg. x, 217 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 1859737978 (cloth), 185973703X (paper)

Dean, Bartholomew. 2001. " Digitizing indigenous sounds: cultural activists and local music in the age of Memorex." Cultural Survival Quarterly 24.4 (31 January): 41-45. http://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/csq/ (24 October 2004)

Gebesmair, Andreas, and Alfred Smudits. 2001. Global repertoires, popular music within and beyond the transnational music industry. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. Aldershot ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate. xi, 176 p., illus., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0754605264 (cloth)

Gille, Zsuzsa, and Seán Ó Riain. 2002. "Global ethnography." Annual Review of Sociology 28: 271-295.

Hanna, Judith Lynne. 2003. "Aesthetics—Whose notions of appropriateness and competency, what are they and what do we know?" The World of Music 45 (3): 29-55.

Kellner, Douglas. 2003. "Engaging media spectacle." M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 6 (3). http://www.media-culture.org.au/ (24 October 2004)

Kramer, Lawrence. 2003. "Music, cultural mixture, and the aesthetic." The World of Music 45 (3): 11-22.

Kubik, Gerhard. 2000. "Interconnectedness in ethnomusicological research." Ethnomusicology 44 (1): 1-14.

Kunej, Drago. 2000. "Possibilities and limitations of audio recordings of folk music." Traditiones: acta Instituti Ethnographiae Slovenorum. 29 (1): 197-208. [Slovenian with English summary]

Kunej, Drago. 2001. "The influence of field recording equipment on ethnomusicological research." Traditiones: acta Instituti Ethnographiae Slovenorum 30 (1): 303-12. [Slovenian with English summary]

Magrini, Tullia, ed. 2002. Universi sonori: introduzione all'etnomusicologia. Torino: G. Einaudi. Piccola biblioteca Einaudi, nuova ser., 207. viii, 341 p., illus., bibliog. ISBN: 8806161377.

Mahon, Maureen. 2000. "The visible evidence of cultural producers." Annual Review of Anthropology 29: 467-92.

Moore, Allan F. 2003. Analyzing popular music. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. ix, 270 p., bibliog., discog., index. ISBN: 052177120X.

Contents: Popular music analysis: ten apothegms and four instances / Rob Walser — From lyric to anti-lyric: analyzing the words in pop song / Dai Griffiths — The sound is "out there": score, sound design, and exoticism in The X-files / Robynn J. Stilwell — Feel the beat come down: house music as rhetoric / Stan Hawkins — The determining role of performance in the articulation of meaning: the case of "Try a little tenderness" / Rob Bowman — Marxist music analysis without Adorno: popular music and urban geography / Adam Krims — Jethro Tull and the case for modernism in mass culture / Allan F. Moore — Pangs of history in late 1970s new-wave rock / John Covach — Is anybody listening? / Chris Kennett — Talk and text: popular music and ethnomusicology / Martin Stokes.

Mursic, Rajko. 2000. "'World music': marginalized worlds between exploitation and emancipation." Glasnik slovenskega etnoloskega Drustva. 40 (1/2): 111-19. [Slovenian with English summary]

Post, Jennifer C. 2004. Ethnomusicology: A research and information guide. Routledge Music Bibliographies. New York: Routledge. ix, 320 p., index. ISBN: 0415938341 (cloth)

Solis, Ted, ed. 2004. Performing ethnomusicology: teaching and representation in world music ensembles. Berkeley: University of California Press. vii, 322 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0520238745 (cloth), 0520238311 (paper)

Steingress, Gerhard. 2002. Songs of the minotaur: hybridity and popular music in the era of globalization: a comparative analysis of rebetika, tango, rai, flamenco, sardana, and English urban folk. Populäre Musik und Jazz in der Forschung, Bd. 9. Münster: Lit Verlag. x, 325 p., bibliog. ISBN: 3825863638 (paper)

Stobart, Henry, and Patricia Kruth, eds. 2000. Sound. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. The Darwin College Lectures. 235 p., illus., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0521572096.

Contents: Re-sounding silences / Philip Peek — The physics of sound / Charles Taylor — Hearing / Jonathan Ashmore — Sounds natural: The song of birds / Peter Slater — The sounds of speech / Peter Ladefoged — Ancestral voices / Christopher Page — Shaping sound / Brian Ferneyhough — Sound worlds / Steven Feld — Audio-vision and sound / Michel Chion.

Stokes, Martin. 2004. " Music and the Global Order." Annual Review of Anthropology 33: 47-72. http://www.annualreviews.org/catalog/2004/an33.asp (31 October 2004)

Turino, Thomas, and James Lea, eds. 2004. Identity and the arts in diaspora communities. Warren, MI: Harmonie Park Press. Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music, no. 40. 144 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0899901247.

University of Washington, School of Music. 2000. Around the sound: Popular music in performance, education, and scholarship. Seattle, Wash.: University of Washington, School of Music. 102 p., bibliog.

Wade, Bonnie C. 2004. Thinking musically: experiencing music, expressing culture. Global Music Series. New York: Oxford University Press. xxiii, 180 p., illus., bibliog., index, 1 compact disc. ISBN: 0195136632 (cloth)


Agawu, Kofi. 2003. Representing African music: Postcolonial notes, queries, positions. New York; London: Routledge. xxvii, 266 p., music, bibliog. ISBN 0-415-94389-2 (cloth), 0-415-94390-6 (paper).

Askew, Kelly M. 2003. "As Plato Duly Warned: Music, Politics, and Social Change in Coastal East Africa." Anthropological Quarterly 76 (4): 609-637.

Barz, Gregory F. 2003. Performing religion: negotiating past and present in Kwaya music of Tanzania. Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi. Kerk en theologie in context, no. 42. xvi, 225 p., illus., bibliog., index, 1 compact disc. ISBN: 904200827X.

Borgatti, Jean M. 2003. "The Otsa festival of the Ekperi: Igbo age-grade masquerades on the west bank of the Niger?" African Arts 36 (4): 40-57.

Coplan, David B. 2001. "Sounds of the 'third way': Identity and the African renaissance in contemporary South African popular traditional music." Black Music Research Journal 21 (1): 107-124.

Dor, George. 2004. "Communal creativity and song ownership in Anlo Ewe musical practice: The case of Havolu." Ethnomusicology 48 (1): 26-51.

Furniss, Susanne. 2000. "La conception de la musique vocale chez les Aka: terminologie et combinatoires de parametres." Journal des africanistes. 69 (2): 147-62, 188-90. [in special issue 'Parcours musical en Afrique'] [French with English summary]

Gow, Greg . 2004. "Translocations of affirmation: mediascapes and cultural flows among the stateless Oromo." International Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (3): 301-319.

Herbst, Anri, Meki Nzewi, and Kofi Agawu, eds. 2003. Musical arts in Africa: Theory, practice and education. Pretoria: University of South Africa, Unisa Press. xv, 316 p., illus., map, music, analytical charts, bibliog., 1 compact disc. ISBN 1-86888-279-9.

Labi, Gyimah. 2003. Theoretical issues in African music: exploring resources in creativity. Bayreuth: Breitinger. Bayreuth African studies series, 53. xiii, 213 p., illus., music, bibliog., discog., index, 1 compact disc. ISBN: 3927510629 (paper)

Nyairo J., and Ogude J. 2003. "Specificities: Popular music and the negotiation of contemporary Kenyan identity: The example of Nairobi City Ensemble." Social Identities 9 (3): 383-400.

Olivier, Emmanuelle. 2002. "The 'Success' of San Music." Cultural Survival Quarterly 26.1 (31 March): 35-36. http://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/csq/ (24 October 2004)

Onyeji, Christian. 2004. "Abigbo music and musicians of Mbaise, Igbo: An introduction." Ethnomusicology 48 (1): 52-72.

Richards, Paul. 2001. "A pan-African composer? Coleridge-Taylor and Africa." Black Music Research Journal 21 (2): 235-260.

Taylor, Stephen Andrew. 2003. "Ligeti, Africa and polyrhythm." The World of Music 45 (2): 83-94.

Temperley, David. 2000. "Meter and grouping in African music: A view from music theory." Ethnomusicology 44 (1): 65-98.


Anderson, Paul Allen. 2001-02. "Other planes of there: Critical notice of Graham Lock's 'Blutopia'." Current Musicology 71-73: 427-445.

Bauer, William R. 2001-02." Scat singing: A timbral and phonemic analysis." Current Musicology 71-73: 303-323.

Beckwith, Karl. 2002. "Black Metal is for white people." M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 5 (3). http://www.media-culture.org.au/. (24 October 2004)

Behague, Gerard. 2002. "Bridging South America and the United States in black music research." Black Music Research Journal 22 (1): 1-11.

Berger, Edward. 1999. "Using e-commerce music sites for discographical research." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 10: 237-246.

Blacklock, Michael. 2003. "A brief overview of the birth of rock and roll within the cultural climate of 1950’s America." Music Business Journal 3 (1). http://www.musicjournal.org/home.html. (23 October 2004)

Brazeal, Brian. 2003. "The Music of the Bahian Caboclos." Anthropological Quarterly 76 (4): 639-669.

Butler, Melvin L. 2002. "'Nou kwe nan sentespri' (We believe in the Holy Spirit): Music, ecstasy, and identity in Haitian Pentecostal worship." Black Music Research Journal 22 (1): 85-125.

Butterfield, Matthew W. 2001-02. "Music analysis and the social life of jazz recordings." Current Musicology 71-73: 324-352.

Caniato, Michele. 1999. "From popular song to jazz composition: Thelonius Monk's 'Ruby, My Dear'." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 10: 89-102.

Challis, Ben. 2003. "Music, technology and copyright infringment in the digital age." Music Business Journal 3 (1). http://www.musicjournal.org/home.html. (23 October 2004)

Challis, Ben. 2003. "The song remains the same: A review of the legalities of music sampling." Music Business Journal 3 (1). http://www.musicjournal.org/home.html. (23 October 2004)

Chevan, David. 2001-02. "Musical literacy and jazz musicians in the 1910s and 1920s." Current Musicology 71-73: 200-231.

Colapietro V. 2003. "Bebop as historical actuality, urban aesthetic, and critical utterance." Philosophy and Geography 6 (2): 153-165.

Condry, Ian. 2004. "Cultures of music piracy: an ethnographic comparison of the US and Japan." International Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (3): 343-363.

Cyrille, Dominique. 2002. "Popular music and the Martinican-Creole identity." Black Music Research Journal 22 (1): 65-83.

Daspit, Toby. 2001. "The noisy mix of hip hop pedagogies." M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 4 (2). http://www.media-culture.org.au/ (24 October 2004)

DeVeaux, Scott. "2004 Struggling with 'jazz'." Current Musicology 71-73: 353-374.

Dudley, Shannon. 2002. "The steelband 'own tune': Nationalism, festivity, and musical strategies in Trinidad's Panorama competition." Black Music Research Journal 22 (1): 13-36.

Feintuch, Burt. 2004. "The conditions for Cape Breton fiddle music: The social and economic setting of a regional soundscape." Ethnomusicology 48 (1): 73-104.

Green, Jeffrey P. 2001. "Requiem: Hiawatha in the 1920s and 1030s." Black Music Research Journal 21 (2): 283-288.

Givan, Ben. 2001-02. "Discontinuity in the music of Django Reinhardt." Current Musicology 71-73: 232-275.

Grenier, Robert. 2001. "La melodie vaudoo-Voodoo art songs: The genesis of a nationalist music in the Republic of Haiti." Black Music Research Journal 21 (1): 29-74.

Halberstam, Judith. 2003. "What's that smell?: Queer temporalities and subcultural lives." International Journal of Cultural Studies 6 (3): 313-333. 2003.

Hayward, Mark. 1999. "Monkishness: a sonnet sequence." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 10: 1-16.

Rife, David. 1999. "Jazz fiction: a bibliographic overview." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 10: 17-34.

Hentschke, Liane, and Isabel Martínez. 2004. "Mapping music education research in Brazil and Argentina: the British impact." Psychology of Music 32 (3): 357-367.

Himpele, Jeff, Erica Cusi Wortham, and Anna Brigido-Corachan. 2004. "Gaining ground: Indigenous video in Bolivia, Mexico, and beyond." American Anthropologist 106 (2): 353-373.

Contents: Introduction / Jeff Himpele — Packaging Indigenous Media: An Interview with Ivan Sanjinés and Jesús Tapia / Jeff Himpele (354-362) — Between State and Indigenous Autonomy: Unpacking Video Indígena in Mexico / Erica Cusi Wortham (362-367) — An Interview with Juan Jose García, President of Ojo se Agua Comunicación / Anna Brídgido-Corachán (368-373)

Howley, Kevin. 2000. "Radiocracy rulz! Microoradio as electronic activism." International Journal of Cultural Studies 3 (2): 256-267.

Iyer, Vijay. 2001-02. "Being home: Jazz authority and the politics of place." Current Musicology 71-73: 462-476.

Jackson, Jerma A. 2004. Singing in my soul: Black gospel music in a secular age. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. xii, 193 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0807828602.

Jackson, John L. 2004. "An ethnographic filmflam: Giving gifts, doing research, and videotaping the native subject/object." American Anthropologist 106 (1): 32-42.

Jackson, Travis A. "Recollections: Mark Tucker (1954-2000)." Current Musicology 71-73: 9-11.

Karp, Jonathan. 2003. "Performing Black-Jewish symbiosis: The 'Hassidic chant' of Paul Robeson." American Jewish History 91 (1): 53-81.

Largey, Michael D. 2004. "Ethnographic transcription and music ideology in Haiti: The music of Werner A. Jaegerhuber." Latin American Music Review 25.1 (2004): 1-31.

Lewis, George E. 2001-02. "Experimental music in black and white: The AACM in New York, 1970-1985." Current Musicology 71-73: 100-157.

Love, Laura. 2004. You ain't got no Easter clothes. New York: Hyperion. viii, 237 p. ISBN: 1401300111.

Magee, Jeffrey. 2001-02. "'King Porter Stomp' and the jazz tradition." Current Musicology 71-73: 22-53.

Manuel, Peter. 2000. "The construction of a diasporic tradition: Indo-Caribbean 'local classical music'." Ethnomusicology 44 (1): 97-119.

McDaniel, Lorna. 2002. "Musical thoughts on unresolved questions and recent findings in Big Drum research." Black Music Research Journal 22 (1): 127-139.

McMillan, Jeffery S. 2001-02. "A musical education: Lee Morgan and the Philadelphia jazz scene of the 1950s." Current Musicology 71-73: 158-178.

Mendoza, Zoila S. 2004. "Crear y sentir lo nuestro: La Misión Peruana de Arte Incaico y el impulso de la producción artístico-folklórica en Cusco." Latin American Music Review 25.1 (2004): 57-77.

Modirzadeh, Hafez. 2001. "Aural archetypes and cyclic perspectives in the work of John Coltrane and ancient Chinese music theory." Black Music Research Journal 21 (1): 75-105.

Munro, M. 2003. "Awakening spaces: French Caribbean popular songs, music, and culture." The Modern Language Review 98 (4): M

Olsen, Dale A. 2002. Music of El Dorado: the ethnomusicology of ancient South American cultures. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida. xxii, 290 p., illus., maps, bibliog., index. ISBN: 0813024404 (cloth)

Pegrum, Mark. 2001. "Pop goes (the) spiritual! or Remixing religion in Western pop music." M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 4 (2). http://www.media-culture.org.au/ (9 October 2004)

Pino-Objeda, Walescka. 2004. "Identidad, arqueología e industrias transnacionales: la música de Joe Vasconcellos." Latin American Music Review 25.1 (2004): 78-99.

Price, Harry E. 2004. "Mapping music education research in the USA: a response to the UK." Psychology of Music 32 (3): 322-329.

Priestley, Brian. 1999. "The 'Stardust' file." Annual Review of Jazz Studies 10: 151-162.

Rice, Jeff. 2001. "They put me in the mix: William S. Burroughs, DJs, and the new cultural studies." M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 4 (2). http://www.media-culture.org.au/ (24 October 2004)

Rommen, Timothy. 2002. "Nationalism and the soul: Gospelypso as independence." Black Music Research Journal 22 (1): 37-63.

Santoro, Gene. 2004. Highway 61 revisited: the tangled roots of American jazz, blues, rock, and country music. New York: Oxford University Press, 312 p., index. ISBN: 0195154819.

Sarna, Jonathan D. 2003. "The question of music in American Judaism: Reflections at 350 years." American Jewish History 91 (2): 195-203.

Schlottner, Michael. 2001. "Music, money, messages: Native American sound networks revisited." European review of Native American studies. 15 (2): 41-52.

Segrest, James, and Mark Hoffman. 2004. Moanin' at midnight: the life and times of Howlin' Wolf. New York: Pantheon Books. xvii, 397 p., bibliog., discog., index. ISBN: 0375422463.

Smith, Hope Munro. 2004. "Performing gender in the Trinidad calypso." Latin American Music Review 25.1 (2004): 32-56.

Smith, Jennie M. 2004. "Singing Back: The Chan Pwen of Haiti." Ethnomusicology 48 (1): 105-126.

Smith, Larry David. 2004. Elvis Costello, Joni Mitchell, and the torch song tradition. Westport, CT: Praeger. xvii, 312 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0275973921.

Spinelli, Martin. 2000. "Democratic rhetoric and emergent media: The marketing of participatory community on radio and the Internet." International Journal of Cultural Studies 3 (2): 268-278.

Spring, Evan. 2001-02. "Fan fare: An investigation of recent jazz biographies." Current Musicology 71-73: 446-461.

Scruggs, T. M. 2001-02. "'Come on in north side, you're just in time': Musical-verbal performance and the negotiation of ethnically segregated social space." Current Musicology 71-73: 179-199.

Skea, Dan. 2001-02. "Rudy Van Gelder in Hackensack: Defining the jazz sound in the 1950s." Current Musicology 71-73: 54-76.

Lewis, L'Heureux, Mischa E. Thompson, Aaron K. Celious, R. Khari Brown ... et al. 2002. "Special section on hip hop and culture." 2002. African American Research Perspectives 8 (2): 67-123. http://www.rcgd.isr.umich.edu/prba/perspectives/index.htm#fall02. (25 October 2004)

Contents: Rap music, is it really all bad? Why hip-hop scholarship is important / L'Heureux Lewis ... et al. — Turning the tables on the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Hip hop as a tool for reaching African-American adolescent girls / Carla E. Stokes & Larry M. Gant — 'You heard my gun cock': Female agency and aggression in contemporary rap music / Donna Troka — How "bitch" became a good thing-or, at least less bad / Aaron K. Celious — Whites and rap music: is it really all bad? / Mischa E. Thompson & R. Khari Brown — Rap music and rap audiences: Controversial themes, psychological effects and political resistance / Travis L. Dixon & TaKeshia Brooks — With volume! Hip-hoppers and their responses to social and political issues, before rap's golden age / Clifton Watson.

Stewart, Alex. 2004. "Contemporary New York City Big bands: Composition, arranging and individuality in orchestral jazz." Ethnomusicology 48 (2): 169-202.

Taylor, Jeffrey. 2001-02. "Earl Hines and 'Rosetta'." Current Musicology 71-73: 77-99.

Thomas, Jeannie B., and Doug Enders. 2000. "Bluegrass and 'white trash': A case study concerning the name 'folklore' and class bias." Journal of Folklore Research 37 (1):23-52.

Tucker, Mark. 2001-02. "Porgy and Miles." Current Musicology 71-73: 13-21.

Tucker, Sherrie. 2001-02. "Big ears: Listening for gender in jazz studies." Current Musicology 71-73: 375-408.

Vennum, Thomas. 2002. "War hoops, hisses, and animal cries: extra-musical sounds in traditional Ojibwe song performance." Papers of the Algonquian conference. 33: 414-32.

Waller, Steven J. 2002. "Sounds of the spirit world: auditory perceptions of depth at rock art sites." American Indian rock art. 28: 53-6.

Ware, Ianto. 2002. "Conflicting concepts of self and the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival." M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 5 (5). http://www.media-culture.org.au/. (24 October 2004)

Washburne, Christopher. 2001-02. "Latin Jazz: The other jazz." Current Musicology 71-73: 409-426.

Waters, Keith. 2001-02. "Outside forces: 'Autumn Leaves' in the 1960s." Current Musicology 71-73: 276-302.

Webster, Patrick. 2004. "On the fifth day in the drizzling rain: Travel and gender performativity in Bob Dylan's 'Isis'." Chapter&Verse: A Journal of Popular Music and Literature Studies 1 (Spring). http://www.popmatters.com/chapter/04win/. (27 October 2004)

Zenni, Stefano. 2001. "The aesthetics of Duke Ellington's suites: The case of Togo Brava." Black Music Research Journal 21 (1): 1-28.

Asia & Oceania

Baker, Sarah. 2004. "‘It’s not about Candy’: Music, sexiness and girls’ serious play in after school care." International Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (2): 197-212.

Barendregt, Bart. 2002. "The sound of 'Longing for home' redefining a sense of community through Minang popular music." Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde. 158 (3): 411-50.

Benamou, Marc. 2003. "Comparing musical affect: Java and the West." The World of Music 45 (3): 57-76.

Bhagwati, Sandeep. 2003. "Stepping on the cracks, or, how I compose with Indian music in mind." The World of Music 45 (2): 113-24.

Catlin-Jairazbhoy, Amy. 2004. "Sacred songs of Khoja Muslims: Sounded and embodied liturgy and devotion." Ethnomusicology 48 (2): 251-270.

Cheung, Jane. 2004. "Mapping music education research in Hong Kong." Psychology of Music 32 (3): 343-356.

Chun, Allen John Uck Lun, Ned Rossiter and Brian Shoesmith. 2004. Refashioning pop music in Asia: cosmopolitan flows, political tempos, and aesthetic industries. Consumasian Book Series. London; New York: RoutledgeCurzon. xviii, 219 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0700714014.

Contents: Capitalism and cultural relativity: The Thai pop industry, capitalism, and Western cultural values / Michael Hayes — Popping the myth of Chinese rock / David Stokes — World music, cultural heteroglossia and indigenous capital: Overlapping frequencies in the emergence of cosmpolitanism in Taiwan / Allen Chun — The imagined community of Maa Tujhe Salaam: The global and the local in the post-colonial / Rangan Chakravarty — Global industry, national politics: popular music in 'new order' Indonesia / Krishna Sen and David T. Hill — The case of the irritating song: Suman Chatterjee and modern Bengali music / Sudipto Chatterjee — Magical mystical tourism: (Debate dub version) / John Hutnyk — 'Love never dies': Romance and Christian symbolism in a Japanese rock video / Carolyn S. Stevens — Japanese popular music in Hong Kong: What does TK present? / Masashi Ogawa — Raising the ante of desire: foreign female singers in a Japanese pop music world / Christine R. Yano — Pop music as post colonial nostalgia in Taiwan / Jeremy E. Taylor — Popular music and interculturality: The dynamic presence of pop music in contemporary Balinese performance / Zachar Laskewicz.

Crowdy, Denis, and Karl Neuenfeldt. 2003. "The technology, aesthetics and cultural politics of a collaborative, transnational music recording project: Veiga, Veiga and the itinerant overdubs." Transformations: Online Journal of Region, Culture and Society 7. http://transformations.cqu.edu.au/journal/journal.shtml (9 October 2004)

Cunningham, Stuart, and Tina Nguyen. 2000. "Popular media of the Vietnamese diaspora." In Floating Lives: The Media and Asian Diasporas, edited by Stuart Cunningham and John Sinclair. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press. 91-135.

Cunningham, Stuart, and John Sinclair, eds. 2001. Floating Lives: The Media and Asian Diasporas. Critical Media Studies: Institutions, Politics, and Culture. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 272 p., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0-7425-1135-9 (cloth), 0-7425-1136-7 (paper)

Curtin, Michael. 2003. "Media capital: Towards the study of spatial flows." International Journal of Cultural Studies 6 (2): 202-228.

De Wilde, Craig J. 2003. "The meteoric rise of controversial new Indonesian artist Inul Daratista." Music Business Journal 3 (1). http://www.musicjournal.org/home.html. (23 October 2004)

Frishkopf, Michael. 2000. "Inshad Dini and Aghani in twentieth century Egypt: a review of styles, genres, and available recordings." Bulletin. Middle East Studies Association of North America. 34 (2): 167-83.

Gibson, Chris, and Peter Dunbar-Hall. 2000. "Nitmiluk: Place and empowerment in Australian Aboriginal popular music." Ethnomusicology 44 (1): 39-64.

Henkes, Barbara, and Richard Johnson. 2002. "Dialogues. Silences across disciplines: folklore studies, cultural studies, and history." Journal of Folklore Research 39 (2-3): 125-146.

Ho, W-C. 2003. "Westernization and social transformations in Chinese music education, 1895-1949." History of Education 32 (3): 289-301.

Johnson, Henry, and Ying-fen Wang, eds. 2004. "Special issue on musical instruments, material culture, and meaning: Toward an ethno-organology." Journal of Chinese Ritual, Theatre and Folklore 144.

Contents: "'If a man can kill a buffalo with one blow he can play a Rapa’i Pasè': How the frame drum expresses facets of acehnese identity / Margaret J. Kartomi (39-87) — Resonating meaningful relationships: The Gamelan K.K. Kancilbelik of the Sultan's Palace of Yogyakarta, Java / Roger Vetter (89-125) — Changing symbols: The indigenization of South Asian wedding bands / Gregory D. Booth (127-161) — The entangled relationship between life stories and musical instruments: A case-study of the qin / Tsai Tsan-huang (163-192) — The significance of a musical instrument in understanding urbanization: The case of the Baglamain Turkey / Yetkin Özer (95-222) — The koto and a culture of difference: Musical instruments and performance identity in japan / Henry Johnson (225-261)

Kartomi, J. Margaret. 2001. "Change in Manggarai Music and Ritual in the Twentieth Century." Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 35 (2): 61-98.

Kartomi, Margaret. 2002. "Debates and impressions of change and continuity in Indonesia’s musical arts since the fall of Suharto, 1998-2002." Wacana Seni, Journal of Arts Discourse 1: 109-150.

King, Richard, and Timothy J Craig. 2002. Global goes local: popular culture in Asia. Vancouver : UBC Press. viii, 309 p., illus., bibliog., index. ISBN: 0774808748.

Keyes, Cheryl L. 2003. "The aesthetic significance of African American sound culture and its impact on popular music style and industry." The World of Music 45 (3): 105-29.

Kim Jin-Hi. 2003. "Living tones: On my cross-cultural dance-music drama Dragon Bond Rite." The World of Music 45 (2): 127-31.

Koen, Benjamin D. 2003. "The spiritual aesthetic in Badakhshani devotional music." The World of Music 45 (3): 77-90.

Marett, Allan. 2002. "'The tide has gone out on him': Wangga songs, Walakandha dances, and the etermal ebb and flow of existence." Cultural Survival Quarterly 26 (2): 22-25. http://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/csq/ (23 October 2004)

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