Bibliography of writings on Chinese music
- Oral narrative genres and folk song -

ANDERSON, Paul Nathan - Pop Songs as a Narrative Device: Sanqu in the Jin ping mei cihua. M.A. thesis, Univ. of Washington, 1997.

CHAN, Leo Tak-Hung - 'Text and Talk.' Asian Folklore Studies 61.

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank - 'Singing Dialogue Songs in Jiangsu: Toward an Evolutionary Approach to Music.' European Seminar in Ethnomusicolgy, Oxford.Available through an electronic publication of ESEM 1994 proceedings:

QI Huimin, Limusishiden, and Kevin Stuart - 'Huzhu Monguor Wedding Songs: Musical Characteristics.' Chinese Music 20 (1), 1997, pp. 6-12.

SCHIMMELPENNINCK, Antoinet - Chinese Folk Songs and Folk Singers. Shan'ge traditions in Southern Jiangsu. Chime, Leiden, 1997, 441 pp, illus, 1 CD. Reviewed by: Jan Hoffmann, China Nu , Utrecht, 1998/1: 21-22; Jonathan Stock, Asian Music 29/2, 1998, pp. 143-145.

WATSON, Rubie S. - 'Chinese Bridal Laments: The Claims of a Dutiful Daughter.' In: Yung et al (eds.) - Harmony and Counterpoint - Ritual Music in Chinese Context, Stanford UP, 1996, pp. 107-129.

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

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.