Bibliography of writings on Chinese music
- Pop & popular music -


CHOW Yiu Fai and Jeroen de Kloet - 'Sounds from the margin: Beijing rock scene faces an uncertain future', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 123-128.

JONES, Andrew Frederick - Popular Music and Colonial Modernity in China, 1900-1937. PhD diss., Univ. of California, Berkeley.

KLOET, Jeroen de - 'Dit is een zinloze tijd.' [Interviews with four Chinese rock stars.] China Nu, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1998/1, pp.12-14.

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.

REA, Dennis - 'China witnesses a sudden vogue for jazz: The Land tour and the emergence of jazz in China', CHIME Nos. 10-11, 1997 (publ. March 1999), pp. 129-138.

STEEN, Andreas -Der Lange March des Rock'n' Roll: Pop und Rockmusik in der Volksrepublik China . Hamburg, Lit verlag, 1996, 260 pp. Reviewed by Jeroen de Kloet, China Information, Leiden, XIII, 2/3, pp.146-149.

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.