Asian Music, 17, 1, Fall, 1985/ November, 1985

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Front Matter
Note from the Editors
Introduction from the Guest Editor, 1-2
Philip D. Schuyler
Music, Musicians and Muslim Law, 3-36
Lois Ibsen al Faruqi
Music and Musicians in Islamic Art, 37-68
Walter Denny
The Status and Roles of the Secular Musicians in the Kitāb al-Aghānī (Book of Songs) of Abu al-Faraj al-Iṣbahānī (D. 356 A. H./967 A. D.), 69-82
George Dimitri Sawa
Music and Dance in Lebanese Folk Proverbs, 83-97
Ali Jihad Racy
Indian Music as a Cultural System, 98-113
Daniel M. Neuman
The Rwais and the Zawia: Professional Musicians and the Rural Religious Elite in Southwestern Morocco, 114-131
Philip D. Schuyler
Musicians Who Do Not Perform; Performers Who are Not Musicians: Indigenous Conceptions of being an Afghan Musician, 132-142
Hiromi Lorraine Sakata
Western Music and Its Practitioners in Egypt (ca. 1825-1985): The Integration of a New Musical Tradition in a Changing Environment, 143-153
Salwa El-Shawan
Book Reviews
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Bonnie C. Wade
Review Author[s]: Richard Widdess
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Constantin Brǎiloiu, A. L. Lloyd
Review Author[s]: Susan D. Clark
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