Asian Music Symposium on the Ethnomusicology of Culture Change in Asia, 7, 2, 1976

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Front Matter
From the Editor
Mark Slobin
Towards an Ethnomusicology of Culture Change in Asia, 1-5
Daniel Neuman
You Can Take Music out of the Country, but...: The Dynamics of Change in Iranian Musical Tradition, 6-19
William O. Beeman
From Prince to Populace: Patronage as a Determinant of Change in South Indian (Karnatak) Music, 20-26
Jon B. Higgins
On Becoming an Ustād: Six Life Sketches in the Evolution of a Gharānā, 27-58
Brian Silver, R. Arnold Burghardt
The Song Is Ended: Changes on the Use of Macapat in Central Java, 59-71
Martin Hatch
The Modernization Process in Two Oriental Music Cultures: Turkish and Japanese, 72-102
Karl Signell
Corrigendum and Addendum to the Biography and Bibliography of Dr. Laurence E. R. Picken, 103-104
Fritz A. Kuttner, Fredric Lieberman
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