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Winter/Spring 2007, 38:1

Asian Music
East Meets West in the Concert Hall: Asians and Classical Music in the Century of Imperialism, Post-Colonialism, and Multiculturalism
Mina Yang
Cycles and Peripheries: An Ottoman Kitâb el-Edvâr
Deniz Ertan
"Digging" and "Upgrading": Government Efforts to "Develop" Music and Dance in Lombok, Indonesia
David Harnish
Flowers on the Battlefield are More Fragrant
Lei Ouyang Bryant
The Guru Recontextualized? Perspectives on Learning North Indian Classical Music in Shifting Environments for Professional Training
Huib Schippers

Book Reviews

Ritwik Sanyal and Richard Widdess
Dhrupad: Tradition and Performance in Indian Music
(David Henderson)
Henry Spiller
Gamelan: The Traditional Sounds of Indonesia
(R. Anderson Sutton)

Audio Recording Reviews

Island Dreams: Songs and Lullabies Carried on the Wind
(Paul Humphreys)
Kartik Seshadri, Raga: Rasa, That which Colors the Mind
(Gordon Thompson)
Oh, Lovely Parrot!: Jewish Women's Songs from Kerela
(Miriam Gerberg)
Ilaiyaraaja: How to Name It?
Ilaiyaraaja with Hariprasad Chaurasia: Nothing but Wind
(Katherine Butler Brown)
Kazakhstan. Le Kobyz. L'ancienne viole des chamanes/Kazakhstan. The Kobyz. The Ancient Viol of the Shamans. Smagul Umbetbaev (kobyz and singing), Saian Aqmolda (kobyz).
Raushan Orazbaeva. Akku. Kazakhstan. Kyl-kobyz.
(Saida D. Daukeyeva)

Video Recording Review

Colours of Earth
(Edward O. Henry)