Volume 37, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2006

Table of Contents

From: Asian Music

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The Pūrvī in Bhojpurī-Speaking India: Structure and Flux in a Disappearing Genre

pp. 1-33
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Gamelan Manikasanti : One Ensemble, Many Musics

pp. 34-57
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Musical Healing in Eastern Tajikistan: Transforming Stress and Depression through Falak Performance

pp. 58-83
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Nice 'N' Easy-the Balinese Gamelan Rindik: Its Music, Musicians, and Value as Tourist Art

pp. 84-121
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"The First Indian Tune That Ever Was Wrote Out": An Early Example of "World Hymnody" from the Subcontinent

pp. 122-140
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Wayan Gandera Redux

pp. 141-146
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Book Reviews

China's New Voices: Popular Music, Ethnicity, Gender, and Politics, 1978-1997 (review)

pp. 147-150
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"If Each Comes Halfway": Meeting Tamang Women in Nepal (review)

pp. 150-153
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Les Feux de la Deesse: Rituels villageois du Kerala (Inde du Sud) (review)

pp. 153-157
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Audio Recording Reviews

Qambel Maran: Syriac Chants from South India (review)

pp. 158-161
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KERALA: (Inde du Sud/South India). Le chant des Pulluvan/Pulluvan Songs (review)

pp. 161-164
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Music of Makran: Traditional Fusion from Coastal Balochistan (review)

pp. 164-171
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Video Recording Review

South Indian Classical Music House Concert with M. D. Ramanathan, vocalist, T. N. Krishnan, violin, Umayalpuram Sivaraman, mridangam, and: At Home with Master Musicians of Madras, Volume I, T. N. Krishnan (review)

pp. 172-175
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Addendum

Addendum: A Response to Kagan's Review of Huju: Traditional Opera in Modern Shanghai

pp. 176-177
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Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 178-181
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