1. From the Editor
  2. Ricardo D. Trimillos
  3. pp. 1-3
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  1. "You Can't Sing Urtyn Duu If You Don't Know How to Ride a Horse": Urtyn Duu in Alshaa, Inner Mongolia
  2. Oyuna Weina
  3. pp. 4-33
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  1. Bringing the Music Out, Bringing the Listener In: The Gérong in Javanese Gamelan
  2. Jonathan Roberts
  3. pp. 34-70
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  1. Ethnic and Village Unity: Symbolized or Enacted? Lahu Music-Dance and Ethnic Participation in Ban Musoe, Thailand
  2. Benjamin Fairfield
  3. pp. 71-105
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  1. Songs of the Saints: Song Paths and Pilgrimage in London's Tamil Hindu Diaspora
  2. Jasmine Hornabrook
  3. pp. 106-150
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  1. A Response—Gagaku in Place and Practice: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Place of Japanese Imperial Court Music in Contemporary Culture
  2. Terence Lancashire
  3. pp. 151-157
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  1. Javanese Gamelan and the West by Sumarsam (review)
  2. Philip Yampolsky
  3. pp. 158-162
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  1. Music and Empire in Britain and India: Identity, Internationalism, and Cross-Cultural Communication by Bob van der Linden (review)
  2. Wim van der Meer
  3. pp. 163-165
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  1. Greeted with Smiles: Bukharian Jewish Music and Musicians in New York by Evan Rapport (review)
  2. Inna Naroditskaya
  3. pp. 166-168
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  1. A Dictionary of Traditional Japanese Musical Instruments: From Pre-history to the Edo Period by Sumi Gunji and Henry Johnson (review)
  2. Megan E. Hill
  3. pp. 169-171
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  1. Made in Japan: Studies in Popular Music ed. by Tōru Mitsui (review)
  2. Jennifer Milioto Matsue
  3. pp. 171-175
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 176-178
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