Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume 5: Locations - Asia and Oceania

Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume 5: Locations - Asia and Oceania

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ISBN-13: 9781501324451
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date: 02/25/2015
Series: Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

David Horn was a founding editor of the journal Popular Music and a founding member of IASPM (The International Association for the Study of Popular Music). Together with the blues scholar Paul Oliver he first proposed the idea of EPMOW in the 1980s, and has worked on the project since that time.

John Shepherd is Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Academic) and Chancellor's Professor of Music and Sociology at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. In 2000, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in recognition of his role “as a leading architect of a post-War critical musicology.”

Dave Laing is the author of several books on popular music and a former editor of Music Week. He is a former Research Fellow at the University of Westminster, UK where he conducted research on the music industry.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Acknowledgments
List of Contributors
List of Maps
Abbreviations

Part I: Asia

1. Central Asia

China – Nimrod Baranovitch
Regions:
Tibet – Dagmar Bernstorff
Tibetan Diaspora – Keila Diehl
Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region – Rachel Harris

Cities:
Beijing – Jin Zhaojun (Trans. Nimrod Baranovitch)
Hong Kong – Joanna C. Lee
Shanghai – Andreas Steen and Jeroen de Kloet

Korea: Historical Background – Okon Hwang

North Korea – Keith Howard
Cities:
P'yoVngyang – Keith Howard

South Korea – Okon Hwang
Cities:
Pusan – Sarah Morelli
SoVul (Seoul) – Okon Hwang

Taiwan – D.J. Hatfield
Cities:
T'aipei – D.J. Hatfield

Tajikistan – Munira Shahidi

Turkmenistan – Dznamilya Kurbanova (Trans. Alisa Lockwood)

Uzbekistan – Craig Macrae
Cities:
Tashkent – Craig Macrae

2. Indian Subcontinent

Bangladesh and West Bengal (India) – Gerry Farrell and Jayeeta Bhowmick

India – Peter Manuel, Alison Arnold and Paul D. Greene
Regions:
Andaman and Nicobar Islands – Tom Vater
Andhra Pradesh – Dagmar Bernstorff
Bihar – Joseph Getter
Jharkhand – Carol M. Babiracki
Kashmir – Subhash Kak
Kerala – Joseph J. Palackal
Mizoram – Seilen Haokip
Nagaland – Seilen Haokip
Orissa – Guy L. Beck
Punjab – Peter Manuel and Joyce Hughes
Tamil Nadu – Paul D. Greene
Uttar Pradesh – Anna Schultz

Cities:
Ahmadabad – Gregory Booth
Chennai (Madras) – Joseph Getter
Delhi – Joseph Getter
Jammu – Subhash Kak
Kochi – Joseph J. Palackal
Kolkata (Calcutta) – Guy L. Beck
Lucknow – James Kippen
Mumbai (Bombay) – Ashok Ranade, Alison Arnold and Gregory Booth
Puri – Guy L. Beck
Srinagar – Subhash Kak
Trivandrum (Thiruvananthaparam) – Joseph J. Palackal

The Maldives – Dave Laing

Nepal – Paul D. Greene

Pakistan – Gregory Booth
Cities:
Karachi – Gregory Booth
Lahore – Gregory Booth

Sri Lanka – Joseph Getter

3. Japan

Japan – Toru Mitsui
Regions:
Okinawa – Toru Mitsui
Shonan – Toru Mitsui
Tohoku and Hokkaido – Toru Mitsui and Yasushi Ogasawara

Cities:
Fukuoka – Toru Mitsui
Hamamatsu – Toru Mitsui
Kyoto, O saka and Kobe – Toru Mitsui and Hideko Haguchi
Tokyo – Toru Mitsui

4. North Asia

Mongolia – Carole Pegg

Siberia (Region of Russia) – Carole Pegg

5. Southeast Asia

Brunei – Jim Chopyak

Cambodia – Sam-Ang Sam

Indonesia – Charles Capwell
Regions:
Bali – Charles Capwell
Jawa (Java) – Charles Capwell
Kalimantan – (Indonesian
Borneo) – Philip Yampolsky
Sulawesi – Charles Capwell
Sumatera (Sumatra) – Charles Capwell

Cities:
Jakarta – Charles Capwell
Laos – John Clewley

Malaysia – Tan Sooi Beng

Regions:
Sarawak and Sabah – Virginia Gorlinski

Cities:
Kuala Lumpur – Tan Sooi Beng

Myanmar (Burma) – Gavin D. Douglas
Regions:
Chin – Za Tawn Eng (Salai Tawna)

The Philippines – Jonas Baes
Cities:
Metro Manila – Jonas Baes

Singapore – Dave Laing

Thailand – John Clewley
Cities:
Bangkok – John Clewley

Vietnam – Jason Gibbs
Cities:
Ha Noi – Jason Gibbs
Ho Chi Minh – Jason Gibbs

Diaspora:
Vietnamese Diaspora – Jason Gibbs

Part II: Oceania

6. Australia

Australia – Bruce Johnson

Australia: Indigenous

Popular Music – Karl Neuenfeldt
Cities:
Adelaide – Bruce Johnson
Alice Springs – Bruce Johnson
Brisbane – Bruce Johnson
Broome – Bruce Johnson
Darwin – Bruce Johnson with Karl Neuenfeldt
Hobart – Bruce Johnson with Phil Grinham
Melbourne – Bruce Johnson
Newcastle – Shane Homan
Perth – Bruce Johnson
Sydney – Bruce Johnson
Tamworth – Bruce Johnson

7. Aotearoa/New Zealand

Aotearoa/New Zealand: Maori and Pacific Islander Music – Tony Mitchell

Aotearoa/New Zealand: Pakeha (European) – Roy Shuker
Cities:
Auckland – Roy Shuker
Christchurch – Roy Shuker
Dunedin – Roy Shuker
Wellington – Roy Shuker

8. Pacific Islands

Hawai'i (Hawaii) – Amy Ku'uleialoha Stillman

Melanesia – Michael Webb

Micronesia – Deirdre Marshall

Polynesia – David Goldsworthy

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