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Winter/Spring, 2013 44:1

Asian Music
Let Morning Shine over Pyongyang: The Future-Oriented Nationalism of North Korea's Arirang Mass Games
Lisa Burnett
What's in a Word? Classifications and Conundrums in Japanese Folk Performing Arts
Terence Lancashire
Tonight You Will Hear the Wedding of God: Heteroglossia and Polythematicism in the Performance of a Rājasthani Kathā
John Napier
The Tibetan gCod Ḍamaru—A Reprise: Symbolism, Function, and Difference in a Tibetan Adept's Interpretive Community
Jeffrey W. Cupchik

Book Reviews

Andrew Weintraub and Bell Yung, eds.
Music and Cultural Rights
(Rachel Tollett)
Denise Heywood
Cambodian Dance: Celebration of the Gods
(Stéphanie Khoury)
Christi-Anne Castro
Musical Renderings of the Philippine Nation
(Theodore S. Gonzalves)
D. R. M. Irving
Colonial Counterpoint: Music in Early Modern Manila
(Raul C. Navarro)

Recording Review

Angry Drummers: A Taiko Group from Naniwa, Osaka, Japan
(Deborah Wong)