Asian Music, 27, 1, Fall, 1995/ Winter, 1996

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Front Matter
Edo's "Tin Pan Alley": Authors and Publishers of Japanese Popular Song during the Tokugawa Period, 1-36
Gerald Groemer
"Sinhalese Girl" Meets "Aunty Annie": Competing Expressions of Ethnic Identity in the Portuguese Settlement, Melaka, Malaysia, 37-62
Margaret Sarkissian
The Many Musics of a Chinese County Town: A Case-Study of Co-Existence in Lijiang, Yunnan Province, 63-102
Helen Rees
Music Loss among Ethnic Minorities in China -- A Comparison of the Li and Hui Peoples, 103-131
Yang Mu
Individuality and Political Discourse in Solo "Dizi" Compositions, 133-152
Frederick Lau
Reviews
Book Review
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Sumarsam
Review Author[s]: Jan Mrázek
Book/Audio-Recording Review
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Mirielle Helffer
Review Author[s]: Nina Egert
Audio Recording Review
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Burhan Sukarma
Review Author[s]: Sean Williams

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