Bibliography of writings on Chinese music
- Modern culture & politics -


BOOTH, Martin - Music on the Bamboo Radio [juvenile fiction; 1937-1945]. Hamish Hamilton, London, 1997.

CHANG, Heui-Yuan Belinda - 'A Theatre of Taiwaneseness: Politics, Ideologies, and Gezaixi.' TDR 41/2, pp. 111-120.

CINGCADE, Mary. L. - 'Tourism and the Many Tibets: The Manufacture of Tibetan 'Tradition'.' China Information, Vol. XIII, 1998, no. 1 pp.1-24, Leiden.

DU, Wenwei - 'Xiaopin: Chinese Theatrical Skits as Both Creatures and Critics of Commercialism.' China Quarterly 154, 1998, pp. 382-399.

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank - 'Barbarian Pipes Forever: Some thoughts on Chinese culture and nationalism', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 3-7.

LEE, George B. - Troubadours, Trumpeters, and Troubled Makers: Lyricism, Nationalism and Hybridity in China and Its Others. Hurst & Company, London 1996. xvii, 278 pp. Reviewed by Louise Edwards in The China Journal 42, 1999, pp. 186-188.

LIANG Maochun - 'Tianhua Liu, a Contemporary Revolutionary of the Erhu.' Sonus 17 (1), 1996, pp. 44-52.

LO, Kii-Ming - 'New Documents on the Encounter between European and Chinese Music.' Revista de musicologia 16/4, 1993, pp. 1896-1911.

LU, Guang - Modern Revolutionary Beijing Opera: Context, Contents, and Conflicts. PhD diss., Hugh A. Glauser School of Music, Kent State Univ., 1997.

LUO, Qin - Kunju, Chinese Classical Theater and its Revival in Social, Political, Economic, and Cultural Contexts. PhD diss., Hugh A. Glauser School of Music, Kent State Univ., 1997.

LUM, Casey Man Kong - In Search of a Voice: Karaoke and the Construction of Identity in Chinese America. Lawrence Erlbaum Ass., Mahwah, NJ, 1996. Reviewed by Sue Tuohy in Yearbook for Traditional Music 29, 1997, pp. 150-152; Nora Yeh in Ethnomusicology 41, 1997, pp. 565-567.

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.

WITZLEBEN, Larry - 'Enigma and Li Fangkuo.' SEM Newsletter 33/1, 1999, pp.8-10.

ZHENG, Chunhua - West Wind through the Opened Door: Implications of the Development of Popular Muisc, A Case Study of Cultural Imperialism. M.A. thesis, Univ. of Oregon, 1997.

ZHENG, Su - 'Female Heroes and Moonish Lovers: Women's Paradoxical Identities in Modern Chinese Songs.' Journal of Women's History 8(40), 1997, pp. 91-125.

ZHOU, Xianghui - A War Declared Against Bootlegging: Social Impacts of Copyright on Music Recordings in China from 1990 to 1995. M.A. thisis, Univ. of Hawaii, 1998.