Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology, Volume 09 (1999)

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Note: Volumes 8, 9 and 10 each included an audio CD with musical examples cited in the articles. The original audio files are available for download.


Researching the Evolution of a Musical Instrument in Modern India
by David Trasoff

Ram’s Chariot: Popular Culture, Music & The Hindu Nationalist Movement
by Jeffrey Callen

Thinking Gender: Feminisms, Epistemologies, and Ethnomusicology
by V. Patricia Truchly

The Personal Politics of Scholarship by Philip Brett
The SEMSCC 1998 Keynote Address

Agua Larga: Musical Tales in Northwest Ecuador
by Jonathan Ritter


Historic Field Recordings from Brazil: “Endangered Music” as Roots of National Idiom
reviewed by Jonathon Grasse

The State of Irian Jaya (Indonesia) Music Research: Artur Simon’s Six-Disc Set
reviewed by Robert Reigle

Editorial & Advisory Boards

Jack Bishop
Managing Editor
Jonathan Ritter
Editorial Board
Laura Osborn
Brad Shank
Ali Jihad Racy

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