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- Issue 8 -

No. 8, Spring 1995 (180 pp, published March 1995)

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank - From the Editor - 'Talk about magic...' 2-3.

TREWIN, A. Mark - 'On the History and Origin of Gar - The Court Ceremonial Music of Tibet.' 4-31.

SCHIMMELPENNINCK, Antoinet - 'Field Report from the Yangzi Delta - Chinese Folk Singers in Jiangsu Province (1).' 32-58.

BODY, Jack - 'Zhang Xingrong on his fieldwork among minorities in Southern China: "One of Yunnan's most unique features is its music."' 59-66.

YANG Zenglie (transl. by Helen Rees) - '"A Barley Pipe becomes a Jasper Flute": The Naxi Folk Instrument Wowo.' 67-75.

MICIC, Peter - '"A bit of this and a bit of that": Notes on Pop/Rock Genres in the Eighties in China.' 76-95.

REA, Dennis - '"Balls under the red flag": Cui Jian Makes His U.S. Debut in Seatle.' 96-98.

JAIVIN, Linda - 'Beijing Bastards - The New Revolution.' 99-103.

EVANS, Christopher C. - 'The Shanghai Conservatory of Music. A View from the Dormitory.' 104-112.

GAYWOOD, Harriet - 'Fieldwork Report: Learning Guqin in Shanghai.' 113-116.

JONES, Stephen - 'Daoism and Instrumental Music of Jiangsu.' 117-146.

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank - 'Operas by Qu Xiaosong and Guo Wenjing.' 158-161.

KOUWENHOVEN, Frank - 'Tan Dun - A "Comet Came Thundering".' 162-164.

BOOK REVIEW:

STOCK, Jonathan - Andrew F. Jones: Like a Knife, 147-148.