Asian Music Views of Music in China Today, 22, 2, Spring, 1991/ Summer, 1991

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Front Matter
Music and Radio in the People's Republic of China, 1-42
Charles Hamm
Popular Music in Contemporary Beijing: Modernism and Cultural Identity, 43-66
Tim Brace
China's "Newer Value" Pop: Rock-and-Roll and Technology on the New Long March, 67-81
Paul Friedlander
The Influence of Traditional Chinese Music on Professional Instrumental Composition, 83-96
Jiang Jing
Music under Mao, Its Background and Aftermath, 97-125
Mao Yu Run
Tan Dun's String Quartet "Feng-Ya-Song": Some Ideological Issues, 127-158
Peter Chang

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