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Spring/Summer 2004, XXXV:2

Asian Music
Introduction: Mindfulness and Change in Buddhist Musical Traditions
Paul D. Greene and Li Wei, guest editors
Carya and Caca: Change and Continuity in Newar Buddhist Ritual Song
Richard Widdess
The Dhamma as Sonic Praxis: Paritta Chant in Burmese Theravada Buddhism
Paul D. Greene
The Chant of the Pure and the Music of the Popular: Conceptual Transformations in Contemporary Chinese Buddhist Chants
Pi-yen Chen
The Shakuhachi as Spiritual Tool: A Japanese Buddhist Instrument in the West
Jay Keister
Buddhism and the Musical Cultures of Asia: An Annotated Discography
Paul D. Greene, Keith Howard, Terry E. Miller, Steven G. Nelson, Phong T. Nguyen, and Hwee-San Tan

Book Reviews

Nathan Hesselink, ed.
Contemporary Directions: Korean Folk Music in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
(Hilary V. Finchum-Sung)
Margaret Sarkissian
"D'Albuquerque's Children": Performing Tradition in Malaysia's Portuguese Settlement
(Julia Byl)

Audio Recording Reviews

Hariprasad Chaurasia (Flute) and Shib Sankar Ray (Tabla) Perform Four Dhuns by Uma Mehta
(Brita Heimarck)