Analysing East Asian music. Patterns of rhythm and melody. Con DVD
Semar Publishers Srl, 2008 - Music - 178 pages
Book & DVD. Features: Two Different Beats to a Single Drum: An Analysis of Old & New Stiles of Hachijo-Daiko (Jane Alaszewska); Living Early Composition: An Appreciation of Chines Shawn Melody (Stephen Jones); An Analysis of the Uyghur on Ikki Muqam: Aspects of Melody & Form in the Segah Suite (Eleni Kallimopoulou & Federico Spinetti); Playful Patterns of Freedom: Hand Gong Performance in Korean Shaman Ritual (Simon Mills).
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AN ANALYSIS OF OLD AND NEW STYLES OF H A C HIj O D A IK
ASPECTS OF MELODY AND FORM IN THE SEGAH SUITE
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