Asian Music, 34, 1, Fall, 2002/ Winter, 2003

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Front Matter
Japanese Popular Music in Singapore and the Hybridization of Asian Music, 1-18
Benjamin Wai-ming Ng
"Who Needs 'The Folk'?" A Nepali Remodeling Project, 19-42
David Henderson
Nepal's "Lok Pop" Music: Representations of the Folk, Tropes of Memory, and Studio Technologies, 43-65
Paul D. Greene
"Adat ni Gondang": Rules and Structure of the "Gondang" Performance in Pre-Christian Toba Batak "Adat" Practice, 67-109
Mauly Purba
Contemporary Indonesian Composition: Elastic-Edged Experimentalism, 111-153
Ann Warde
Book Reviews
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Alison Arnold
Review Author[s]: Kathryn Hansen
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Daniele Sestili
Review Author[s]: Benjamin Lapidus
Audio Recording Reviews
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Jonas Baes
Review Author[s]: Christi-Anne Castro
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World Music Network
Review Author[s]: Henry Spiller
Video Recording Reviews
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Emma Zevik, Zhong Chen
Review Author[s]: Helen Rees
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Nazir Jairazbhoy, Amy Catlin
Review Author[s]: Stephen Slawek
Letters to the Editor
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