Bibliography of writings on Chinese music
- Ethnic traditions (for Tibet see under Tibet entry) -


LI Wei (transl. by Helen Rees) - 'Life cycle rituals and their music among the Mosuo of Yongning', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 153-156.

QI Huimin, Limusishiden, and Kevin Stuart - 'Huzhu Monguor Wedding Songs: Musical Characteristics.' Chinese Music 1997 Vol. 20(1), pp. 6-12; 20(2), pp. 32-37; 20(3), pp. 43-52; 20(4), pp. 68-71.

REES, Helen - CD review: 'Baishibai - Songs of the Minority Nationalities of Yunnan (PAN).' ICTM Yearbook for Traditional Music, 1998, Vol.30, p.198.

REES, Helen - 'Music Assertion of Status Among the Naxi of Lijiang County, Yunnan.' In: Yung et al (eds.) - Harmony and Counterpoint - Ritual Music in Chinese Context, Stanford UP, 1996, pp.76-106.

WU Rung-shun - Le chant du Pasi but but chez les Bunun de Taiwan: une polyphonie sous forme de destruction et de recréation. 2 vols, 175+ 301 pp., 1 CD. Doctoral thesis, University Paris X, Nanterre, 1996.

YANG Mu - 'On Musical Instruments of the Li People of Hainan (China).' The World of Music, Bamberg, 39/3, 1997, pp.91-112.

ZHU Yongzhong, Qi Huimin & Kevin Stuart - 'Minhe Mangghuer kugurjia songs - "Mirror-bright hearts and poor lives"', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 62-78.

ZHANG Xingrong - 'A new discovery: traditional 8-part polyphonic singing of the Hani of Yunnan', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 145-152.