Bibliography of writings on Chinese music
- Contemporary music (new music, avant-garde) -


CHAN, Jing-yan - Composition in Western Idioms on the CHinese Mainland (1920s-present). D.M.A. project, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996.

CHANG, Yu-shu - An Analysis of an Original Composition as an Example of Chinese and Western Synthesis. PhD. diss., Yale University, 1996.

CHOLMONDELEY, Jill - 'Interview with Zhou Long.' China Review, 10, 1998, London, pp.45-46.

CLARK, Mitchell - 'Zephyrs: Some Correspondences between Bai Juyi's Qin and La Monte Young's Composition 1960#5.' In: Sound and Light: La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, ed. by William Duckworth and Richard Fleming, Buchnell Univ. Press, Lewisburg, PA / Ass. Univ. Press, London & Toronto, 1996, pp. 132-151.

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank & A. Schimmelpenninck - 'Guo Wenjing; a composer's portrait: "The strings going hong hong hong and the percussion bong kèèh - that's my voice!"', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 8-49.

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank - 'New Chinese Operas by Qu Xiaosong, Tan Dun and Guo Wenjing', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 111-122.

LAI, Eric - 'Modal Formations and Transformations in the First Movement of Chou Wen-chung's Metaphors.' Perspectives of New Music, 35/1, 1997, pp.153-186.

LIU, Ching-Chih and Wu Ganbo, eds. - History of New Music in China: The Development of Chinese Music. Univ. of Hong Kong, Center of Asian Studies, Hong Kong, 1994.

MITTLER, Barbara - 'Chinese New Music as a Polticized Language: Orthodox Melodies and Dangerous Tunes.' Indiana East Asian Working Paper Series on Language and Politics in Modern China 10, 1996.

MITTLER, Barbara - Dangerous Tunes: The Politics of Chinese Music in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the PRC since 1949. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, 1997. 517 pp. Reviewed by Lawrence Witzleben in China Information Vol. XIII, 1999, no. 4. pp. 144-146.

PEI, Yushu - An Analysis of the Attempted Amalgamation of Western and Chinese Elements in Huang Anlun's Piano Concerto in G Minor, Opus 25B (a lecture recital). D.M.A. project, Univ. of North Texas, 1997.