Asian Music Symposium on Art Musics in Muslim Nations, 12, 1, 1980

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Front Matter
From the Editor
Mark Slobin
Symposium on the Status of Traditional Art Musics in Muslim Nations Background, Acknowledgements, and Contributors, 1-4
Harold S. Powers
Classical Music, Cultural Roots, and Colonial Rule: An Indic Musicologist Looks at the Muslim World, 5-39
Harold S. Powers
The Status of Traditional Art Music in Muslim Nations, 40-55
Amnon Shiloah
The Status of Music in Muslim Nations: Evidence from the Arab World, 56-85
Lois Ibsen al Faruqi
The Socio-Political Context of al-mūsīķa al-carabiyyaii in Cairo, Egypt: Policies, Patronage, Institutions, and Musical Change (1927-77), 86-128
Salwa El-Shawan
Musical Values and Social Values: Symbols in Iran, 129-148
Bruno Nettl
Music in Modern Uzbekistan: The Convergence of Marxist Aesthetics and Central Asian Tradition, 149-158
Theodore C. Levin
The Status of Sufyāna Kalam in Kashmir, 159-163
Jozef Pacholczyk
Turkey's Classical Music, a Class Symbol, 164-169
Karl Signell
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