Volume 44, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Constructing Genre in Indonesian Popular Music: From Colonized Archipelago to Contemporary World Stage

Jeremy Wallach and Esther Clinton

From the Editor

p. 1
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Popular Music Genres in the Dutch East Indies and Following Independence

From the Guest Editors

pp. 1-2
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Genre, Hybridity, and Globalization, 1960– 2012

History, Modernity, and Music Genre in Indonesia: Popular Music Genres in the Dutch East Indies and Following Independence

pp. 3-23
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Three Genres of Indonesian Popular Music: Genre, Hybridity, and Globalization, 1960-2012

pp. 24-80
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Musical Genre and Hybridity in Indonesia: Simponi Kecapi and Campur Sari

pp. 81-94
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Exemplary Centers and Musical Elsewheres: On Authenticity and Autonomy in Indonesian Indie Music

pp. 95-114
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“Dance to Your Roots”: Genre Fusions in the Music of Indonesia’s Krakatau

pp. 115-134
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Contested Genres in the Present: Two Case Studies

Elevating the Underground: Claiming a Space for Indie Music among Bali’s Many Soundworlds

pp. 135-159
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The Sound and Spectacle of Dangdut Koplo: Genre and Counter-Genre in East Java, Indonesia

pp. 160-194
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About the Contributors

pp. 195-197
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