ACMR Reports, v12, 1999

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Editor: Joseph S.C. Lam; Associate Editor: Helen Rees; Review Editor: J. Lawrence Witzleben; Contributing Editor: Sue Tuohy

Contents

From the Editor   iii
From the Review Editor   v
Articles
Old Wine in New Bottles: The Use of Traditional Materials in New Chinese Music Eric Lai 1
Maestro Li Delun and Western Classical Music in The People's Republic of China: A Personal Account Oliver K. Chou 23
Chinese Music in the San Francisco Bay Area Valerie B. Samson 47
The Daguashe Music of Xi'an Han-Kuo Huang 103
Viewpoints
The Oldest Playable Instrument in the World: Whose World? Whose Credit? What Date? Su Zheng 123
News and Truth: Orientalism vs. Occidentalism Li Wei 125
Chinese Musicological Research in China, Abroad, and Other Issues Bell Yung 127
Book Reviews
Thompson, Music Beyond Sound: The Silk String Zither Yi-Ping Huang 133
Lam, State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China: Orthodoxy, Creativity, and Expressiveness Stephen Jones 138
Schimmelpenninick, Chinese Folk Songs and Folk Singers: Shan'ge Traditions in Southern Jiangsu Sue Tuohy 143
Lum, In Search of a Voice: Karaoke and the Construction of Identity in Chinese America Terence Liu 150
Stock, Musical Creativity in Twentieth-Century China: Abing, his Music and its Changing Meanings Frederick Lau 153
Current bibliography on Chinese Music Sue Tuohy 157
Contributors   193
Information for authors   197