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Summer/Fall, 2018 49:2

Asian Music
"You Can't Sing Urtyn Duu If You Don't Know How to Ride a Horse": Urtyn Duu in Alshaa, Inner Mongolia
Oyuna Weina
Bringing the Music Out, Bringing the Listener In: The Gérong in Javanese Gamelan
Jonathan Roberts
Ethnic and Village Unity: Symbolized or Enacted? Lahu Music-Dance and Ethnic Participation in Ban Musoe, Thailand
Benjamin Fairfield
Songs of the Saints: Song Paths and Pilgrimage in London's Tamil Hindu Diaspora
Jasmine Hornabrook
A Response—Gagaku in Place and Practice: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Place of Japanese Imperial Court Music in Contemporary Culture
Terence Lancashire

Book Reviews

Sumarsam
Javanese Gamelan and the West
(Philip Yampolsky)
Bob van der Linden
Music and Empire in Britain and India: Identity, Internationalism, and Cross-Cultural Communication
(Wim van der Meer)
Evan Rapport
Greeted with Smiles: Bukharian Jewish Music and Musicians in New York
(Inna Naroditskaya)
Sumi Gunji and Henry Johnson
A Dictionary of Traditional Japanese Musical Instruments: From Pre-history to the Edo Period
ed. by Tōru Mitsui
Made in Japan: Studies in Popular Music
(Jennifer Milioto Matsue)