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Asian Music
Journal of the Society for Asian Music
Asian Music, the journal of the Society for Asian Music, is the leading journal devoted to ethnomusicology in Asian music, publishing all aspects of the performing arts of Asia and their cultural context.
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Introduction: Music and the Asian Diaspora
Asian Music (2009) Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 1-3
Asian Industry Conference to be Held in May
Billboard (1998) Vol. 110, No. 11, pp. 6
... Briefly reports on plans for a one-day meeting, the Asian Music Conference, to be held in Hong ... include speakers on topics related to the growth potential of the Asian music industry. ...
... Describes performances presented by Asian Improv Records and ImprovisAsians as special events in ... the San Francisco area to spotlight new recordings by Asian-American artists. Discusses performances ... throughout the area using Asian instruments as well as traditional jazz instruments. Notes the ...
... Reports on the issues addressed at the Asian Music Conference held May 18, 1998 in Hong Kong ... noting the emphasis on the region's "promising talent scene" and how the industry has responded to the Asian economic situation. ...
... Reports on the discussion about the Asian music market which took place at the second Asian Music ... traditional ways of marketing music in Asia must give way to the expanding Internet and shifts in consumer taste. ...
... Presents a brief interview with Anthony Brown, whose Asian American Orchestra was the first Asian ... ." Reports that according to Brown, the orchestra represents "a movement within the San Francisco Asian ... musical community during the last 20 years to blend Asian instruments within a jazz context ...
Deborah Wong Speak It Louder: Asian Americans Making Music
Asian Music (2009) Vol. 40, No. 2, pp. 145-152
Sangha: Collaborative Improvisations on Community
Critical Studies in Improvisation (2006) Vol. 1, No. 3

South Asian American pianist/improvisor/composer Vijay Iyer presents an interview/conversation with his longtime collaborator, saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa. In the non-academic format of a transcribed conversation, the two speakers discuss their individual and collaborative work in improvised music, touching on issues of ...

... South Asian American pianist/improvisor/composer Vijay Iyer presents an interview/conversation with ... music, touching on issues of community, history, and identity. ...
... This article features the Asian American Orchestra, founded in the mid-1990s by Anthony Brown, who talks about the inspiration for forming the group. ...
... teaching Southeast Asian music. Suggestions on teaching a variety of single-tone, Southeast Asian music to small ensembles are provided. ... Despite the many resources available for teaching multicultural music, there is little material on ...
... Dutta talks with Asian Arts Agency director Jaswinder Singh, who touches on a variety of topics related to his job. ...
... Reviews Asian Dub Foundation's "Community Music," a unique fusion of traditional Asian sounds with ... hip-hop, drum'n'bass, dub, and punk. Notes that the album made the Mercury Music Prize shortlist ...
... Lim presents an overview of Christian hymnody in Asian countries, discussing the history of Asian ... Christianity, the distinctive features of Asian hymns, and their role as conveyers of Christian ...