Asian Music, 28, 1, Fall, 1996/ Winter, 1997

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Front Matter
The 78 RPM Record Industry in Malaya Prior to World War II, 1-41
Tan Sooi Beng
A "Koto" by Any Other Name: Exploring Japanese Systems of Musical Instrument Classification, 43-59
Henry M. Johnson
The Madras Corporation Band: A Story of Social Change and Indigenization, 61-86
Gregory D. Booth
Developments in Musicology in Tibet: The Emergence of a New Tibetan Musical Lexicon, 87-114
Ian Collinge
Conflicting Interpretations: Indigenous Analysis and Historical Change in Central Javanese Music, 115-140
Marc Perlman
Book Review
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Benjamin Brinner
Review Author[s]: Hardja Susilo
Audio Recording Reviews
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Toraja Indonésie, Dana Rappoport, Peter Russel Crowe
Review Author[s]: R. Anderson Sutton
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Gamelan Sekar Jaya
New World Records, Evan Ziporyn, Michael Tenzer, Wayne Vitale
Review Author[s]: David Harnish
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Review Author[s]: Terry E. Miller
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