ICTM Shanghai: Preliminary Program (12 May 2013)


             Study Group Meetings

                      July 11, 13:30            Performing Arts of Southeast Asia

                  July 12, 10:15            Mediterranean Music Studies

                  July 12, 14:00       Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe

                  July 12, 16:00            Applied Ethnomusicology

                  July 13, 12:15            Musics of East Asia

                  July 13, 14:00            East Asian Historical Musical Sources

                  July 13, 16:00            Multipart Music

                  July 13, 18:00            Maqām and Music in the Arab World

                  July 15, 10:15            Iconography of the Performing Arts

                  July 15, 13:30            Music of the Turkic-Speaking World

                  July 15, 16:00            Music and Dance of Oceania

                  July 16, 10:15     Iconography of the Performing Arts      

                  July 16, 13:30     African Musics

                  July 16, 16:00     Music and Minorities


    Thursday, July 11

    IA Opening Ceremony (9:00 - 10:00)


    10:00 - 10:15 Tea and Coffee Break


    IB Paper Sessions (10:15 - 12:15)

    IB1 Performing Musical Pasts for Identity Formation among Chinese Individuals. Tasaw Hsin-Chu Lu, chair.

    10:15 Nostalgia in Guoyue: Zi-Ming Gao as Diasporic Individual after 1949 in Taiwan. Tsai Ho-ju

    10:45 Coming Out in the Closet: Girls’ Generation and Sexual Politics in Gay Bars in Taiwan. Lai Yen-fu

    11:15  Changes in Amei's Pop Music: The Art of Resistance from Amei to Amit. Peng Wei-hao

    11:45 "The Imaginative China: Nostalgia in Martial Arts TV Original Soundtracks in 1980s' Hong Kong." Chang Chia-Hsin

    IB2 Interrogating the Concept of Tradition

    10:15 Early Swedish Music in Deep Water. Cajsa Stromberg Lund

    10:45 Which Past and What's Tradition? Or, It's Not My History, It's History of My Moves. Juliette O'Brien

    11:15 Thai Music in a Series of Archaeological Dances: An Interpretation of Historical Symbolic Meaning. Kitta Kongtuk

    11:45 Evacuating "Tradition" in the Creativity Process of Contemporary Seychellois' Musicians and Dancers or the Desire to be "Modern." Marie-Christine Parent

    IB3 Musical Moves in the Cold War Context

    10:15 European Musicians in East Asia during the Second World War. Kyungbook Lee

    10:45 Attraction and Repulsion: Lang Lang's "My Motherland" and the Sino-US Cold War Legacy. Hsu Fang-Yu

    11:15 Memories and Moving Forward: South Korean Military Bands and the Commemoration of the Korean War. Heejin Kim

    IB4 Ritual Space and Performance

    10:15 Performance as Art, Performance as Ritual: The Safeguarding of Mbira Dzavadzimu Music and Performance Practice through Shona Traditional Ritual Performances. Claudio Chipendo

    10:45 Izumo Kagura: Interpretations of Japanese Ritual Theatre. Terence Lancashire

    11:15 P'ansori in Multiple Ritual Spaces: Different Performing Spaces of One Musical Form in a Cross-border Korea-China Context. Ning Ying

    11:45 Musical and Human Interaction in Puppet Plays from Rural Zhejiang: A Performative View. Li Ya

    IB5 Role and Function of Music in Ritual I

    10:15 Kirtan Chaunki: Affect, Embodiment, and Memory. Janice Protopapas

    10:45 Connecting Symbolism, Function, and Difference in a Tibetan Adept's "Interpretative Community": Variations in Ritual Performance of the Tibetan gCod Damaru Drum. Jeffrey Cupchick

    11:15 Jurema: Sacred Music and Body Facing Racism and Sexism in the Northeast of Brazil. Laila Rosa

    11:45 Regeneration and Transcendence through Rituals: The Disruptive Role of Choral Singing in Twentieth-Century Portugal. Maria de Rosário Pestana

    IB6 Traditional African Music in Contemporary Contexts

    10:15 “It's the Real Thing": The Marketing of an African Identity in a West African Dance Class. Elizabeth Rosner

    10:45 Isukuti Music: An Academically Dwarfed Luyia Drum Music beyond the Drumming. Aggrey Nganyi Wetaba

    11:15 The Musical Patrimonies of Bongo Pygmies from Gabon : Patrimonies under Influences. Sylvie Le Bomin

    11:45 Constant Repertoire in Varying Performance Contexts: The Case of Djama Songs among the Youth in Ghana. Devine Gragbo

    IB7 Embodying Concepts and Politics through Musical Performance

    10:15 Embodied Rhythms: Understanding Music Making in a Community with Sidi Drumming as a Case Study. Vibhuti Sharma

    10:45 Separating the Folk Sound from the Folk Body: Hereditary Musicians in India's Vernacular Music Industry. Stefan Fiol

    11:15 Presenting and Representing Gurung Music of Nepal. Pirkko Moisala

    IB8 Festivals, Arts Policies, and Tradition

    10:15 Representing Indigeneity Through Fusion Music and Dance. Liz Przybylski

    10:45 Musical Transculturation at the 11th Festival of Pacific Arts: A Creative Approach to the Sustainability of Tradition in Francophone Pacific Islands. Geoffroy Colson

    11:15 On Building Culture Space for the Heritage of Chinese Music: The Beijing Music Festival and Taichi Traditional Music Award. Zhao Talimu, Xie Jiaxing, and Liu Rong

    IB9 Mediascapes, Musical Diversity, and Contemporary Theoretical Challenges

    10:15 Genres and Fields. Timothy Taylor

    10:45 "Welcome to the World": Traditional Music and Audio Recordings for Children. Kajsa Paullson

    11:15 Diversity of Recorded Music Production Practice versus Diversity of Musical Style in Papua New Guinea. Denis Crowdy

    IB11 (in Chinese). Yunnan Xishuangbanna Minority Musics Study. Luo Qin, chair. 

    10:15 Arrangement and Creation: Two Changes of Songs in the Jinuo People's Spring Festival “Tèmàokè.” Huang Wan

    10:45 Song and Dance of the Green Desert: On the Development and Protection of Ethno Minority Music under the Natural Ecology and Social Ecology. Hu Bin

    11:15 Listening to Musical Dialogues of Three Generations: A Study of Ecological Music Culture at Jinghong in Yunnan Province. Wu Yan

    11:45  Let Me Understand Your Voice: From “National Identity,” Research on the Musical Ecology of Four Minorities in Xishuangbanna. Zhang Yuanli


    12:15 - 13:30 Lunch


    IC Plenary Session: Presention and Representation in Minority Music and Dance  (13:30 - 15:30). Ursula Hemetek, chair

    13:30 Sounding History: Research on the Mongolian Instrument "Chor." Xu Xin

    14:00 Minorities Becoming Majorities? Papua New Guinea Music and Dance Representations. Don Niles

    14:30 Indigenous Representations of Ritual Performances and Sacred Spaces in Sámi Cinema: A Case-study of Ofelaš (Pathfinder). Tina K. Ramnarine

    15:00 Managing Minorities: Representations of South Sulawesi’s Music and Dance in Indonesia and Beyond. R. Anderson Sutton


    15:30 - 16:00 Tea and Coffee Break


    ID Paper Sessions (16:00 - 18:00)

    ID1 Rethinking, Reconstructing, and Reinventing the Musical Pasts of the Chinese Diasporic Communities. Tsan-huang Tsai, chair

    16:00 Transnationalism and Everyday Practice: Chinatown Theaters of North America in the 1920s. Nancy Yunhwa Rao

    16:30 Vernacular Cosmopolitanism: Music of the Baba Local-Born Chinese of Pre-World War II Malaya. Sooi-Beng Tan

    17:00 Cultural Capital and New-land Survival: Chinese Dragon Dance Performances during the White Australian Policy Era. Tsan-huang Tsai

    17:30 Cultural Homogeneity, Embodied Empathy: Reconstructing the Musical Pasts amongst Burmese Chinese Peoples Worldwide. Hsin-Chun Lu

    ID2 Musical Pasts and the Re-imagining of Identity: The Historiography of Ethnographic Practice in Music and Related Media. Peter Treager, chair.

    16:00 19th-century "Malayan Airs" and the Historiography of Ethnographic Practice. David R. M. Irving

    16:30 Re-imaging the Musical Past: Images of European Composers in the Mechanical Age. Alan Davison

    17:00 Authenticity and Appropriation in Hollywood Film Scores. Peter Tregear

    17:30 Nhc tài t: Lost in Translation. Le Tuyen Nguyen

    ID3 Rethinking Historical Sources on Musical Practices

    16:00 Portrait on the Double Ninth: A Glimpse into the Recirculation of Twelfth-Century Literati Music in Eighteenth-Century Yangzhou. Yang Yuanzheng

    16:30 Hemitonic Pentatonic Scales in Chinese Music in the Past: An Evidence-based Study of Historical Musical Sources. Tse Chun Yan

    17:00 Sheng and Yin: Embodying Aesthetics within the Chinese Zheng. Han Mei

    17:30 Creating a Tradition: the Qinzheng School in Xi’an. Sun Zhuo

    ID4 Recontextualizing Tradition

    16:00 Cultural Recovery within a Musicking Society: Armenian Music in Turkey. Burcu Yildiz

    16:30 The Place of the Minstrel (Aşık) Şeref Taşlıova in the Minstrel Performance Genre in Turkey. Armağan Elçi

    17:00 Musical Historicity and Nationalism: A Case Study on Contemporary Re-Representations of a Sufi Qawwali Song in India and Pakistan. Huang Pei-Ling

    17:30 Musical Migrations & Transformations: Contemporary manifestations of Middle Eastern Music in Australia. Jenny Game-Lopata

    ID5 Roundtable: Frameworks for Musical Sustainability. Huib Schippers, chair.  Huib Schippers, Dan Bendrups, Keith Howard, and Phil Hayward, participants

    ID6 Christian Music around the World

    16:00 Inculturation and Catholic Music in Indonesia: A Case Study of the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at Ganjuran (Paroki Hati Kudus Tuhan Yesus Ganjuran). Wu Peichang

    16:30 The Plainchant through Four Hundred Years: Church Music, Religion, and Society of the Old Order Amish People in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA. Yuanyuan Sun Voelkl

    17:00 Revival and Innovation: The Praise and Worship Music Phenomenon of The Big Church of Qibao, Shanghai. Fang Bo

    17:30 Indigenous Worship in African Churches: Six Stages of Music Development. James R. Krabill

    ID7 New Perspectives on Musical Instruments

    16:00 The Suona, a Treasure Bequeathed by the Chinese Minority to Cuban Music Culture. Rolando A. Pérez Fernández

    16:30 A Viet Musician on a Hmong Flute: The Politics of Minority-Majority Musical Fusions in Vietnam. Lonán Ó Briain

    17:00 Karna, Symbol of Ancient Heritage: How this Ancient Instrument Survives in the Isolation of a Small Village in North Iran, through Religious Rituals. Bahram Osqueezadeh and Roshanak Nouri

    17:30 The Techniques and Theory of Guqin Dapu. Dai Xiaolian

    ID8 Composition, Creativity, and Tradition

    16:00 The Shakuhachi Player Yoshida Seifū and the Formation of New Japanese Music. Mamiko Naka

    16:30 An Investigation of Three Chamber Works of George Crumb between 1966 and 1976. Ang-Cheng Kris Ho

    17:00 Tradition as a Creative Context of the Contemporary Composer. Galina Bodareva

    17:30 Cheng Gongliang and his Qin Music: Embodied Knowledge and its Musical Expression. Li Juan

    ID9 Thai Music in History and Society

    16:00 The Mangkala Traditional Folk Procession Band: Historical Questions on Its Movement from Sri Lanka to Middle Thailand. Nattanit Nakpee

    16:30. Lanna Music Iconography in the 17th-18th Century. Nithit Pangnoi

    17:00 Thai Popular Songs: History and Singing Skills Development. Nutthan Inkhong

    17:30 Thai Traditional Music for Puppet Theatre Plays. Kanlayanee Saisuk

    ID10 Music, Theatre, and Ethnicity in Mainland Southeast Asia

    16:00. The Clarinet in Wayang Kulit Music: Solos based on Maharisi, Berjalan, and Perang. Hamdan Adnan

    16:30 Change in the Pinphat Music Ensemble of the Khmer-Thai Ethnic Group in Northeastern Thailand. Chalermsak Pikulsri

    17:00 Hmong Secular Music: Instrumental Music. Khanithep Pitupumnak

    ID11 (in Chinese) Chinese Ritual Music and Ritualized Performance

    16:00 About the Li People's Ritual Music. Liu Houyu and Lin Riju

    16:30 The Influence of Traditional Music on the Catholic Religious Service. Ma Li

    17:00 The Dance and Music of Life: An Ethno-Musical Study on the Lusheng Dance of the Lahu Ethnic Group in Yunnan Province. Huang Lingfei

    17:30 Research on Duancun "Yin Yue Hui." Wang Chang

    ID12 Film Screenings

    16:00 Islands of Interpretation: The Cultural Circuitry of Gambus and Zapin in Nusantara. George Murer

    17:00 Music of Nan Province: The 100th Anniversary Celebration of Chulalongkorn University. Pornprapit Phoasavadi


    Friday, July 12

    IIA Paper Sessions (8:15 - 10:15)

    IIA1 Expanding Minority Music: Minorities in Sweden in Interaction with National and International Music Scenes. Krister Malm, chair

    8:15 Does Transculturation Lead to Imploding of the Saami-ness of Saami World Music? Olle Edstrom

    8:45 Music, Nusah, and the Old Way of Singing: The German-Jewish Reform Movement and the Roots of Ethnomusicology. Anders Hammarlund

    9:15 Small Pieces of Pie Everywhere: Balkan Music in Sweden. Jill Ann Johnson

    9:45 Swedish Prison Songs. Dan Lundberg

    IIA2 Action-Research Musical Ethnography in Graduate Programs of Brazil and Portugal. Susana Sardo, chair

    8:15 Reengaging Ethnomusicology in the Real World; Politico-Epistemological Dimensions of Intercultural Dialogue in the Ethnography of Music-Making. Samuel Araújo

    8:45 “M362-P7": Between Portugal and Brazil in the Quest for Ethnomusicological Research Methodology. Ana Flávia Miguel

    9:15 Authorship and Collaborative Research: Problems and Inquiries in the Context of a Postgraduate Degree in Music. Pedro Mendonca

    9:45 Collaborative Research in Ethnomusicology: Narratives of Diversity in Different Political and Academic Places. Susana Sardo

    IIA3 Dance, Choreography, and Martial Arts in Changing Contexts

    8:15 An Exploration of the Re-presentation and the Contemporization of an Irish Traditional Step Dancing Practice in North Kerry, Ireland. Catherine Foley

    8:45 From the Malay Court to the Kampong: Musical Appropriations in Malaysian Martial Arts Accompaniment. Lawrence Ross

    9:15 Two Choreographies, One National Identity: Gaucho Past Times and Afro-Brazilian Dances in Present-day Uruguay. Marita Fornaro

    9:45 Cultural Dance Surviving in a Changing World. Michael Clement

    IIA4 Music, Ritual, and Power

    8:15 The Invention of Calabanga, Camarines Sur: Dynamics of Family and Power. Juliet Bien

    8:45 Power and Responsibility: Royalty and the Performing Arts in Ghana. Kwast Ampene

    9:15 Violence and Ritual of Folia de Reis in Southern Brazil. Marcelo Lopes

    9:45 A Study of the Music Images in the Pictorial History of the Nanzhao Kingdom. Wang Ling

    IIA5 Musical Structures and Theories

    8:15 The Variations and Deep Structural Analysis of Dolan Muqam. Teng Zhen

    8:45 Structure and Form in the Traditional Music of the Transylvania Plaine: Representation in the Context of Performing. Lucian Emil Rosca

    IIA6 Song and Dance in Ritual

    8:15 The Spiritual Politics of the Teueikan Song Performance of the Innu People (Canada). Veronique Audet

    8:45 Ritualizing Process in the Duige (Antiphonal Folk Song Singing) among the Zhuang Ethnic Nationality in Guangxi. Xiao Xuan

    9:15 Call a Name: Why the Thaw Tribe of Taiwan Sings Shmayla to Celebrate the New Year with a Rite of Passage. Wei Xinyi

    9:45 Maha Duriyang: The Extra Large Size Thai Traditional Ensembles. Poonpit Amatyakul

    IIA7 New Perspectives on Music and Pedagogy in East Asia

    8:15 Thinking after Taking Summer School Ikuta Koto in Geijutsu Daigaku. Zhang Yuwen

    8:45 Gorgeous Music Audio: Matatu Music and Popularity. Li Chenyu

    9:15 "It's Easy, Right?" The Struggle to Teach Kugak through Traditional Instruments in the ROK's Public School System. Hilary Finchum-Sung

    IIA8 Music, Dance, and Technoculture

    8:15 Feedback-Screening. A Methodological Approach in Dance Research in Madagascar. Cornelia Gruber

    8:45 Home Video and the Growing Youth Violence Culture: The Nigerian Experience. Frances Nnamani

    9:15 Development of Maasai Chant Music in the Face of New Technology in Kenya. Mark Lenini Kasii and Aggrey Nganyi Wetaba

    IIA9 Music, Ritual, and History in Chinese Minority Music

    8:15 The Historical Narrative of the Chui Chui Qiang Opera of the Bai Minority Ethnic Group in China. Qin Si

    8:45 Five Decades of Song: Kam (Dong) Village Singers and their Personal Experiences of Musical Change. Catherine Ingram, Wu Meifang, Wu Pinxian, and Wu Xuegui

    9:15 Writing the Histories of a Chinese Ritual Music: The Dongjing Tradition of Southwest China. Helen Rees

    9:45 Inheritance of Faith: The Phenomenon of Yunnan Dongjing (Religious Scripture) Performance. Zhang Boyu

    IIA10 Music, Ethnicity, and Senses of Place

    8:15 Shaded Origins: On the Routes of a Minority's Lament Tradition. Marko Koelbl

    8:45 Gongs, Sociality, and Shifting Modes of Economic Exchange in West Sumatra. Jennifer Fraser

    9:15 Ati-Atihan Lives. Patrick Alcedo

    9:45 Sounds of Bulang Mountain: The Musical Construction of Place. Friedlind Riedel


    10:15 - 10:30 Tea and Coffee Break


    IIB Plenary Session: New Research (10:45 - 12:15). Deborah Wong, chair

    10:45 Disability Rocks: A Music of Our Own? An Exploration of Crip Culture. Anthea Skinner

    11:15 World Music from China. Mu Qian

    11:45 Ethnomusicology in Times of Trouble. Timothy Rice


    12:15 - 13:30 Lunch


    IIC Paper Sessions (13:30 - 15:30)

    IIC1 Changing Contexts of Philippine Ritual Musics. José Buenconsejo, chair

    13:30 Awaiting the Gift: Context and Meaning of the Music in the Philippine Misa de Aguinaldo. Maria Alexandra Inigo-Chua

    14:00 Nationalism in the Music of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (Philippine Independent Church). Arwin Tan

    14:30 Responses to Culture Change in the Ritual Practices of Sarangani Blaan: The Case of Instrumental Music Odél (log drum) and Fuglung (two-stringed lute). Mi Hyun Oh

    15:00 Visayan Modernity and its Disenchantment of the Mystical Agusan Manobo Ritual Voice. José Buenconsejo

    IIC2 (Re)Sounding and (Re)Imag(in)ing India’s Past: Tradition and History as Musical Constructs on the Indian Subcontinent. Victor A. Vicente, chair

    13:30 Rethinking the Value of Tradition: How a Woman Changed the Role of the Ghatam on the South Indian Classical Music Stage. Zhang Xiao

    14:00 Reinventing the Raga: Traditional Sentiment and Sound in Hindi Film Song. Natalie R. Sarazin

    14:30 Once Upon a Time in Bollywood: Old Themes as Recent Trends in Contemporary Indian Film Music. Victor A. Vicente

    IIC3 Individual Agency and National Sensibilities in African Music

    13:30 African Diasporic Musical Relations: A Kenyan Perspective. Donald Otoyo

    14:00 Towards a Compelling Historiographical Study of the Life and Work of Vinorkor Akpalu. George Dor

    14:30 The Figuring of Marimba in Semzaba’s Novel Marimba ya Majaliwa. Imani Sanga

    15:00 Efforts of Dor, Badu, and Annan in the Transformation of Traditional Music Elements into Contemporary Ghanaian Choral Music. Joshua Amuah

    IIC4 Buddhist Music and Ritual

    13:30 The Luxury Interpretation of Zen: From the Ethnomusicology Aspect. Cheng Kejia

    14:00 The Comparative Study of Xuanjuan Ritual Music in Wuxi and Jinxi. Li Ping

    14:30 Secular Tunes in Buddhist Vocal Liturgy. Hwee-San Tan

    15:00 From Rite to Stage: Liturgical and Para-liturgical Music-Dance of Modern-day Taiwan. Ho Li-Hua

    IIC5 History and Agency in Brazilian Music

    13:30 Rethining Musical Pasts through Muffled Historical Records. Maria Elizabeth Lucas

    14:00 From a Sound Signal to a Soundmark: The Recontextualization of "Berrante" in Brazil and its Presence in the Music of the Rural Man. Alexander Duarte

    14:30 Animals as Agents in Song: A Missing Ontological Link? An Investigation in the Western Amazon. Bernd Bradec De Mori

    IIC6 Ritual, Dance, and Theatre

    13:30 Namadu Ritual Music and Dance of the Bagwere People from Eastern Uganda. James Isabirye

    14:00 Ritual Soundscapes and Ethnic Characteristics: The Huanyuan Ritual of the Han Chinese of Central Hunan Province and the “Red” Yao People of Southwest China. Wu Fan

    14:30 The Development of Lao-Ting Shadow Play's Music. Qi Jiang

    IIC7 Creating, Sustaining, and Safeguarding Musical Communities

    13:30 A Place at the Table: Making Place within Cape Breton’s Traditional Music Community. Kathryn Alexander

    14:00 Creating a Community of Learning. Bryan Burton

    14:30 Pedagogy of Cultural Sustainability: A Case Study From the Red River First Nations, Alberta, Canada. Michael B. Macdonald

    15:00 Analysing and Repatriating: A New Strategy to Safeguard Endangered Aboriginal Australian Song Traditions. Sally Treloyn

    IIC8 Music, Society, and their Impact on Children

    13:30 Amplifying the Voice of A Child: The Importance of the Arts Among Children of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. Ty-Juana Taylor

    14:00 Piano Education and Violence: Investigation of the Phenomenon of Chinese Children Experiencing Violence during their Piano Education. Zang Yibing

    14:30 Individual Intention and Social Pressure: Piano Education in China. Wu Yameng

    IIC9 Global-Local Interactions

    13:30 Study on the Relationship between Kgal Laox’s Model of Performance and the Kam People’s Traditional Social Structure. Yang Xiao

    14:00 When the Local Meets the Global: Music in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Ang Lee, 2000). Su Yen-Ying

    14:30 Musical Creativity, Globalization, and Spiritual Transformation: Exploring Processes of Creativity Amongst “Indigenous Cosmopolitan” Musicians. Uday Balasundaram

    15:00 The SIBOD Way: A Local Ideology’s Response to Global Agents of Change. Maria Christine Muyco

    IIC10 New Music for Traditional Asian Instruments

    13:30 Contemporary Compositions Inspired by Traditional Korean Music: Chiyong and Arirang. Bohi Gim Ban

    14:00 In Search of Authenticity: The Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra at the Cultural Crossroads. Esther Yu

    14:30 Modern Representation of Korean Traditional Washing Ritual for the Dead and its Musical Adaptation. Mikyung Park

    15:00 State-sponsored "Ethnic" Orchestras and Multicultural Policy in Singapore. Shzr Ee Tan

    IIC11 (in Chinese) Continuity and Change in Han and Non-Han Chinese Music Traditions I

    13:30 Performance Onstage and Voices behind the Scenes: Discussing Changes in Political Functions and Cultural Attributes of Peking Opera Expressed by Different Versions of The Legend of the Red Lantern. Zhou Le

    14:00 Art Characteristics in the Accompaniments of Plucked String Instruments to Danxian and Tanci Quyi Music. Jiang Shan

    14:30 The Inheritance Thread of Yi Culture in Southern Yunnan Reflected by the Phenomenon of Hailai "Song Masters." Su Yimiao

    IIC12 Workshop: The Characteristics and Use of luogujing in Chinese Traditional Percussion Music. Peng Yu


    15:30 - 16:00 Tea and Coffee Break


    IID Paper Sessions (16:00 - 18:00)

    IID1 Filling in the Gaps of Religious and Instrumental Music Traditions. Kimasi L. Browne, chair

    16:00 "Old-School Worship": An African American Megachurch Celebrating the Past and Church Traditions through Re-enactment. Birgitta Johnson

    16:30 "A Glimpse into the Past" (1962-2012): Documenting the Musical Instrument Collection at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. Cynthia Tse Kimberlin

    17:00 African-American-style Gospel Choirs in Beijing's Central Conservatory of Music. Kimasi L. Browne

    IID2 Regional, National, and Transnational Perspectives on Musical Instruments

    16:00 A Study on the Origin and Historical Development of the Vietnamese Pipa from Chinese and Vietnamese Historical Records. Thanh Ha Nguyen

    16:30 The Transition of the Representations of Chinese Sizhu Ensembles in the 20th Century: A Study of the Four Primary Musical Types in South China. Guo Shuhui

    17:00 Revisiting the Corneta China: Claiming a Place for Chinese Music in Cuban Conga Practice. Beth Szcepanski

    17:30 Winds of Change: Nationalism and Orientalism of the Taegŭm. Hyelim Kim

    IID3 Reviving, Reconstructing, and Reconsidering Traditional Musics

    16:00 “Há Fado na Mouraria!” Reviving Musical Pasts and Urban Renewal in One of Lisbon's Historical Quarters. Iñigo Sánchez

    16:30 Egle Cetina or The Folkloristic Practice as a Manifestation of a Cultural Identity. Nuša Hauser

    17:00 The Performance of Scottish Fiddle Music: Or, Living Tradition. Ronnie Gibson

    17:30 Reconstruction of the Musical Identity in the Republic of Macedonia. Velika Stojkova Serafimovska

    IID4 Taoist Music and Ritual I

    16:00 The Practice and Heritage of Taiwanese Taoist Music. Lee Schu-chi

    16:30 A Case Study of “Jie Hu Gong” Ritual and Soundscapes in Pan’an county of China Today. Lin Lijun

    17:00 Zaoke (Morning Liturgy) of Chenghuang (Old City's Temple) and the Music: My Perspectives on the Role of “Music” in Zaoke (Morning Liturgy). Li Yiwen

    17:30 Order and Identity: Interpersonal Communication in the Ritual Music of the Gannan Taoist Festival. Jiang Xie

    IID5 Roundtable: Minorities, Music, Powers. Inna Naridotskaya, chair. Adelaida Reyes, Yoshitaka Terada, Dorit Klebe, Inna Naroditskaya, and Marziet Anzarokova, participants.

    IID6 New Perspectives on Turkish Music

    16:00 The Melodic and the Rhythmic Characteristics of Zeybek Music in Aydin, Turkey. Ali Fuat Aydin

    16:30 The Legacy of Istanbul 2010: European Capital of Culture. Leslie Hall

    17:00 Reconstruction of Ottoman 15th Century Maqam Theory. Okan Murat Öztürk

    17:30 From Vahdet-i Vücud to Vahdet-i Mevcut: A Discussion of the Perception of God in Anatolia during the İslamic Period, based on the Concepts of  Semah and Sema. Cenk Güray

    IID7 Social and Educational Processes in African Music

    16:00 Ewe Culture As Expressed in Ghana, West Africa: From the Village to the Stage. Zelma Badu-Younge

    16:30 The Music and Dance Traditions of Ghana as Total Work of Art: The Interdisciplinarity of the Musical Arts of Ghana. Paschal Younge

    17:00 Integrating African Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AIKS) in Music Education in Ghana: A Reality or Mirage? Cosmas Worlanyo Kofi Mereku

    17:30 The Embedded Pathway (EP) Approach: Music Classroom Processes from Kenya. Evelyne Mushira

    IID8 Traditional Musics in Contemporary Contexts

    16:00 Superseding the Real? The Dawning of the Simulacra in Orang Asli Traditional Music and Dance Performances. Clare Chan

    16:30 Contextual Performance of Teduray Agong Music and Dance. Rowena Cristina Guevara

    17:00 Performing Heritage or Cultural "Profiteering": Reconceptualizing and Reconstructing Russianness in Southeast Alaska. Jonathan Johnston

    17:30 Music for the Kazakh Folk Instruments in Contemporary Culture. Umitzhan Dzhuakova

    IID9 Transmission and Function in Chinese Music

    16:00 Music Education as Identity: The Curriculum Development of Cantonese Opera in Primary and Secondary Schools in Hong Kong. Lee Siu-yan

    16:30 Comprehending Guqin Music by Means of the Links between Guqin Techniques and the System of Guqin Music. Zhao Wenyi

    17:00 The Construction of the Qiqin Instrument and its Use in Wuyin Opera. Wang Ying

    17:30 Relationship between the Forming of Absolute Pitch Ability and the Roles of Mother Language and Early Music Training. LI Xiaonuo and Le Jinghong

    IID10 Southeast Asian Music and Theatre

    16:00 The Imaginary Space: Intercultural Exchange through Composition and Performance in Malaysia. Andrew Blackburn and Affendi Bin Ramli

    16:30 New Sonorous Objects: Analyzing Balinese Music Using 3D Modeling and Printing. Andrew McGraw

    17:00 Di depan dan di belakang kelir (In Front of and Behind the Screen): On the Concept of "Screen" in Filming Balinese Wayang Kulit (shadow puppetry). Hideki Isoda

    17:30 Thai Classical Music Community on Cyberspace: A Case Study of the Webboard in http://www.thaikids.com. Iyared Boonyarit

    IID11 (in Chinese) Continuity and Change in Han and Non-Han Chinese Music Traditions II

    16:00 A Survey on the Current Situation of Zhui Zi Drama in Shenze County. Liu Dongxing

    16:30 A Study of the Affinity between Xintianyou of Northern Shaanxi and Anciant Turk Folksong. Niu Dongmei

    17:00 On the Classification of Chinese Folk Music. Sun Fan

    IID12 Film Screenings

    16:00 Street Is Mine: Identity & Aesthetics in Hong Kong’s Bboying Scene. Alexander Hochner

    17:00 Moon Mistress Rite of the Floral-belt Dai. Wu Qiao


    Saturday, July 13

    IIIA Paper Sessions (8:15 - 9:45)

    IIIA1 Perspectives in African Popular Musics

    8:15 Reinventing Ethnomusicological Pasts as Seen from a South African Perspective. Alvin Petersen

    8:45 The Musical Enhancement of “Deep” Language in Ugandan Kadongo Kamu. David G. Pier

    9:15 Osadeve's "Ekobe" and the Myth of Cross-cultural Development of African Highlife: New Directions in Nigerian-Ghanian Connections. Ndubuisi Nnamani

    IIIA2 Music, Taboos and Values: Musical Creativities as a Tool for Shaping New Identities among the Tao (indigenous ethnic group of Taiwan). Wei-Ya Lin, chair

    8:15 To Change and not to Change: Recreating Frames for our Identity: Boat Construction Project "IPAN-GA NA1001 (Crossing 1001)" in 2007. Jian-Ping Guo

    8:45 Musical Creativities as a Tool for Shaping New Identities. Greg Hurworth

    9:15 Musical Creativities as a Tool for Shaping New Identities. Wei-Ya Lin

    IIIA3 Corporeal Connections: Healing, Musical Embodiment, and Kinetic Patterning in Southeast Asian Performing Arts. Made Mantle Hood, chair

    8:15 The Body Becoming: Mak Yong’s Menghadap Rebab as a Transformative Performance. Patricia Hardwick

    8:45 "Persistent Mutualisms": Observing Transmission in the Symbiotic Relationship Between Balinese Dancer and Drummer. Made Mantle Hood

    9:15 The Body as Musical Embodiment in Balinese Performing Arts. Ako Mashino

    IIIA4 Multipart Music Making as Behavior and Construction Process: European Perspectives. Ardian Ahmedaja, chair

    8:15 "Sound Social Bodies" in the Gascon Pyrenees: Musical Strategies and Social Representations. Jean-Jacques Castéret

    8:45 Multipart Singing Performances as Interaction of Identities. Ignazio Macchiarella

    9:15 The Making of the Leader in Multipart Music: Experiences in the Border Area of Albania, Greece, and Macedonia. Ardian Ahmedaja

    IIIA5 Music, Theatre, and Dance in Malaysia

    8:15 Dama Orchestra’s Empress Wu–The Musical: Staging Tang Dynasty on a Contemporary Malaysian Stage. Fung Chiat Loo

    8:45 The Malaysian Lion Dance: Bridging National Unity through Ethnic Instruments. Fung Ying Loo

    9:15 Performing Filial Piety through Contemporary Theatre Performance. Poh Gee Leng

    IIIA6 Politics, Nation, and History in African Musics

    8:15 Tshikona and Cultural Nationalism: A Venda Art Form Past and Present. Laina Gumboreshumba

    8:45 Sifting the Past: Ganda Politics in Kawuugulu Clan- and Royal-based Musical Performances. Damascus Kafumbe

    9:15 Negotiating the Rebuilding and Reinvention of Zambian Musical History through Kalindula Music. Kapambwe Lumbwe

    IIIA7 Religious Music and Culture Contact

    8:15 Music of the Arab-Anglicans in Israel: Dynamics of Ethno-Religious Identity. Alex Rosenblatt

    8:45 Indigenization and Secularization of Christian Hymns Of the Miao Ethnic Group in Northern Yunnan. Hua Hui Juan

    9:15Presenting the Image of Minority Christians through Public Performances: A Case Study of the Lisu Farmer Choir in a Small Village of Yunnan. Diao Ying

    IIIA8 Plucked Strings and the Imagination

    8:15 Strings Can Tell: The Application of Pipa Music in the Movies. Zhu Rui

    8:45 Aloha in the Heart: Japanese Slack Key Guitarists Re-imagine Japanese and Hawaiian Identity. Kevin Fellezs

    9:15 Modern Audio-visual Art in Antiquity: Talking about Film music using GuQin. Zeng Fanzhong

    IIIA9 Festivals and Celebrations

    8:15 The Music of the Gangneung Danoje Festival in South Korea. Zhong Fangfang

    8:45 On the Singing and Dancing of Some Asian Sufi Communities and Shamans. János Sipos

    IIIA10 Rock Music around the World

    8:15 Maya Rock in Contemporary Guatemala. Nanako Taki

    8:45 The Imaginary Geneology: Historical Narrative and Poetic Valorization in Extreme Metal Music. Chu Meng Tze

    9:15 Born to Die: A Study of the Rock Star's Extraordinary Death. Zhao Fang Fang

    IIIA11 (in Chinese) Continuity and Change in Han and Non-Han Chinese Music Traditions II

    8:15 Creative Thinking and Construction of Crossover in Ethnic Jazz Music: The Case of the “Orbit Folks” Orchestra. Chen Yingduo

    8:45 Changes in EZhou-Paiziluo. Xu Le

    9:15 The Vitality of “Yin yue hui” in the Modern Society of Central Hebei Province, China. Qi Yi


    9:45 - 10:15 Tea and Coffee Break


    IIIB Plenary Session: Rethinking, Reconstructing, and Reinventing Musical Pasts (10:15 - 12:15). Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, chair

    10:15  When Ethnography Meets History: Longitudinal Research in Ethnomusicology. Kay Kaufman Shelemay

    10:45 Rethinking "Past" and Creating "Present": Activities of Gagaku Musician Shiba Sukeyasu. Naoko Terauchi

    11:15 The Past is our Future! A Narrative Analysis of the Ukulele Story. Gisa Jähnichen

    11:45 Rewriting the History of the Shanghai Municipal Orchestra: “Shanghai Western Music History” Reconstructed and Reinterpreted, and Meaning Re-explored. Tang Yating


    12:15 - 13:30 Lunch


    IIIC Paper Sessions (13:30 - 15:30)

    IIIC1 Music and Cultural Memory in “Post-s” Societies, Part I: Theoretical Gaze(s). Ana Hofman, chair

    13:30 Germanic Mythology in Music: Cultural Memory and Conflict within the Framwork of Modern Globalization. Britta Sweers

    14:00 Music, Memory, and Affect in Post-Yugoslav spaces. Ana Hofman

    14:30 Socialist Music Legacy: Stanisław Moniuszko as a Polish National Prophet in the Light of Social Representation Theory. Agnieszka Tsopolska

    15:00 "If there is something to be changed in this world, it can only happen through music" (Jimi Hendrix): Musical Memory from Central-Eastern Europe from the Angles of Post-colonial Theories and Psychosociological Theories. Iren Kertes Wilkinson

    IIIC2 Sinmyeong and the Symbolism of Korean Traditional Music. Kwon Oh-Sung, chair

    13:30 When do the Villagers Experience the Communal Catharsis? The Notion of Sinmyeong in a Village Ritual Music. Lee Yong-Shik

    14:00 Sinmyeong in Korean Folksongs. Kim Insuk

    14:30 Finding Sinmyeong in Korean Christians:“Isn’t It Pagan to Use Pungmul (Farmers’ Band) in the Church?" Kim Myosin

    15:00 Sinmyeong in Byeolsingut, a Shaman Ritual from the Eastern Coastal Region of the Korean Peninsula. Kwon Oh-Sung

    IIIC3 Music, Diasporas, and Homelands

    13:30 Music and History in the Liturgy of the Spanish-Portuguese Jews. Essica Marks

    14:00 Musical Migrations and the Peopling of Japan. Patrick Savage

    14:30 Music as a "Site of Memory": Articulation of Homeland in the Saharawi Diaspora in Andalusia, Spain. Sabrina Maria Salis

    15:00 Strategies of Reinterpretation in Gome Musical Performances. Barbara Hampton

    IIIC4 Daoist Music and Ritual II

    13:30 The Inheritance Thread of Yi Culture in Southern Yunnan Reflected by the Phenomenon of Hailai "Song Masters." Liu Hong

    14:00 Ritual Soundscape as an Expressioni of the Interaction between Two Types of Ritual Specialists of the Xiangxi Miao Minority Group of Northwest Hunan and Guizhou Provinces. Wei Yukun

    14:30 Between Ritual Sounds and Religious Identity: Discussion of a Case Study of Taoist Ritual. Wang Dun

    15:00 The Suona Musical Band in Peasant Funerals of Suining Village, Northern Jiangsu Province, China. Zhao Yanhui

    IIIC5 Change in Contemporary Ritual Music and Dance I

    13:30 Continuing Changes in the Music of Taiwanese Folk Religion in Current Generation. Liou Yanfang

    14:00 Traditional Music in the Contemporary Setting among the Akamba People of Kenya. John Kilyungu Katuli

    14:30 Prince Paripatra of  Nakorn Sawan: Traditional Siamese Music Compositions and Western Military Brass Bands. Kritsakorn Onlamul

    15:00 The Deer Dance in Guatemala: A Struggle Between Preservation and Profanation. Logan Elizabeth Clark

    IIIC6 The Regenerative Power of Music

    13:30 The Role of Music in Disaster-relief and Post-quake Reconstruction in Sichuan. Fu Juan

    14:00 Musical Pathways toward Peace and Reconciliation:"Musicking," Religious Traditions, and Interfaith Dialogue. Roberta King

    14:30 Requiem for Auschwitz as a Global Peacemaker. Zuzana Jurková

    15:00 Engaging with the 20th Century Nationalist Past: Music Ethnography in European Politicized History Writing and Ideological Practice. Kjell Skyllstad 

    IIIC7 Minorities, Dance, and Ritual

    13:30 Performing Minority Indian Dance in Malaysia. Premalatha Thiagaraajan

    14:00 Domination of National Dance of Minorities as a Result of Cultural Policy in the Soviet Union. Alla Sokolova

    14:30 A Unique Dancing Room: A Hungarian Táncház in Cluj/Kolozsvár, Romania, between 1977 and 1983. Csilla Könczei

    15:00 On Nyau Religion and Ritual among the Chewa People of Malawi. Robert Chanunkha

    IIIC8 Indigenous Music in Contemporary Societies

    13:30 Revival of Taiwanese Aboriginal Music: Nostalgia, Modernization, and Minority Struggling in Music Video Productions. Kwok Sun Lam

    14:00 A Plains Cree Framework for Describing Canadian First Nations Gospel Gift Songs. Carl Urion

    14:30 Musical Aesthetics of Indigenous Sustainability in Canadian Theatre. Klisala Harrison

    15:00 Intangible Cultural Heritage or Politicised Commodity? The Case of Indigenous Musical Cultures of Hainan Island, China. Yang Mu

    IIIC9 Music and Language

    13:30 Effects of Nasal Words on the Traditional Chinese Vocal Music. Qian Rong

    14:00 The Study for the Relationship between Language Tone and Melody in the Dong Minority. Zhao Xiaonan

    IIIC10 Music, Poetry, and Ritual of the Silk Road

    13:30 Treasures of Poetry in Jetisu, Kazakhstan. Baglan Babizhan

    14:00 Troubadours of the Steppe. Meruert Kurmangaliyeva

    14:30 Watching Taoist Rites: Observing Baiyun Mountain's Taoist Ritual in Northern Shanxi. Su Yimiao

    15:00 Intangible Cultural Heritage and Illegal Gatherings: Reflections on the Uyghur Meshrep. Rachel Harris

    IIIC11 (in Chinese) Music in East Asian Historical Research

    13:30 The Forms of Frets on the Gogen-Biwa. Wen He

    14:00 The Differences between Chinese and Japanese Zither Performing Styles under the Influence of Socio-Cultural Environments. Li Qiming

    14:30 Folk Music Documents in Song Dynasty Notes. Zeng Meiyue

    IIIC12 Workshop: Tao to Now. Randy Raine-Reusch


    15:30 - 16:00 Tea and Coffee Break


    IIID Paper Sessions (16:00 - 18:00)

    IIID1 Music and Cultural Memory in “Post-s” Societies, Part II:  Glocal Dynamics

    16:00 (Re-)Constructing Montenegrin National Cultural Memory through the Opera Balkanska Carica (Balkan Empress) by Dionisio de Sarno-San Giorgio, 1891–2006. Tatjana Marković

    16:30 History Reenacted on Stage: Comparing the Examples of "National Rock" Musicians Karpatia and Thompson. Marko Stojanovska Rupčić

    17:00 History, Cultural Identity, and Diversity: From“Turkish Music” to “Musics of Turkey.” Diler Özer Efe

    17:30 The Changes in the '90s, Slovenian Emigrants and Music. Maša Marty

    IIID2 Strategies in the Reshaping of East Asian Musical Traditions. Lee Tong Soon, chair

    16:00 Performing Military Knowledge in Korean Armies: P’ansori and the Late Chŏson Military and Social Reforms. Kang Hyeok-Hweon

    16:30 Accommodation and Adaptation of Chaoxianzu Music in Contemporary South Korea. Koo Sunhee

    17:00 Constructing and Reinventing China Beyond the PRC: Dialects, Instrumental Music, and Chinese Movies of Post-1949 Colonial Hong Kong. Yu Siu Wah

    17:30 Discussant: Lee Tong Soon

    IIID3 Experimentation and Innovation in Chinese Musical Theatre

    16:00 Musical-Dramatic Experimentation in the Yangbanxi: A Case for Precedence in The Great Wall. John Winzenburg

    16:30 The Break with Tradition: Changes in Taiwanese Beiguan Opera from 1960 Onwards. Shih Yingpin

    17:00 Putting Theory into Practice: Yu Huiyong and the Model Opera Azalea Mountain. Yawen Ludden

    IIID4 Ritual, Dance, and Shamanism

    16:00 Dancing for Deities: Religious Dancing and Two Shaman Traditions of Asia. Debanjali Biswas

    16:30 The Sacrifice on the Altar: A Study on the Tianpo (female shamans) of the Zhuang Ethnic Group in Guangxi. Sun Hang

    17:00 Dualistic Opposites or Syncretism? Folk Belief Shows in Ritual Soundscapes. Tan Zhi

    17:30 The Ritual of Ayahuasca: "Hierofonia" the União do Vegetal (UDV). Patricia Lima

    IIID5 Roundtable: Exploring Music in China’s New African Diaspora. Su Zheng, Chair. Sun Yan, Zhang Luan, Ma Chengcheng, Su Zheng, participants

    IIID6 Explorations in Asian Popular Music

    16:00 Development of Indonesian Dangdut Music Under the Socio-Cultural Transformation in Taiwan. Hsieh Shoufan

    16:30 “Back From the Grave”: Pop Culture Revivalisms and the Case of the Garage Rock Scene in Tokyo, Japan. Jose Neglia

    17:00 Regional Popular Music in Indonesia as a Spectacle of Excess. Andrew Weintraub

    17:30 Sung Narratives, YouTube, and Power Reggae Minang: Storytelling Pop Stars from West Sumatra, Indonesia. Megan Collins

    IIID7 Understanding and Performing Musical Pasts

    16:00 Towards an Historically Informed Performance of Chinese Musics from the Past. François Picard

    16:30 The Past of the Musical Past: Historical Reconstruction of Music in Song Dynasty China. Lars Christensen

    17:00 A Case Study of Language and Pronunciation in Uzagaku Singing Repertories. Yeh Chiaying

    IIID8 Music and Transmission

    16:00 Three Dimensions and the Laws of Gong-che Pu in China's Musical Instrument Transmission. Wang Xianyan

    16:30 Understanding Traditional Chinese Kung Fu Percussion Music through the Transmission Process. Colin McGuire

    17:00 A Drum and Gong Musical Genre Retained in the Local Etiquette and Custom of the Jiangnan Area: A Study of Gong and Drum Xiao Paizi of Shaobo in Yangzhou. Shao Rong

    IIID9 Transmission and Pedagogy in Music and Dance

    16:00 Dancing the Past, Dancing the Future: Transmission and Polycultural Capital in the Pacific Diaspora of Auckland, New Zealand. Michelle Williams

    16:30 Finding the Lesson in the Field: Research as Pedagogy. Jonathan Kramer and Alison Arnold

    17:00 Tangos' Historical Traces and Complexity. Jörgen Torp

    IIID10 Theory, Performance, and History

    16:00 A Historical Observation on Standard Pitch in Chinese Traditional Music: A Case Study on the Dasheng Bell in the Song Dynasty. Li Youping

    16:30 A Preliminary Study of a Charity Concert during the Beginning of the Japanese Colonial Period in Taiwan: A Case Study of the Taiwan Women’s Charity Association. Liang Hsiang-Yu

    17:00 Farewell My People! Migration, Music, and Ritual Performance in the Andean Peru Carnival. Renzo Salvador Aroni Sulca

    17:30 The Jewish Aspects of the Portuguese Romanceiro. Anne Caufriez

    IIID11 (in Chinese) Roundtable: Melodic Structures, Ethnic Origins, and Population Migration. Wang Yaohua, chair. Wang Zhou, Chen Xingfeng, Guo Xiaoli, participants

    IIID12 Film Screenings

    16:00 A Journey Through Landscapes of Voice: Contemporary Encounters with Bolivian Music. Karen Croke

    17:00 Songs of the Forest: Mawaca´s Tour to the Amazon. Magda Dourado Pucci


    Sunday, July 14: Excursions


    Monday, July 15

    VA Paper Sessions (8:15 - 9:45)

    VA1 The Invention of Traditions in Music and in Ethnomusicology. Manfred Bartmann and Evert Bisschop Boele, chairs

    8:15 Olympic Morris? Englishness, Britishness, Tradition, and the 2012 London Olympics. Simon Keegan-Phipps

    8:45 Watching Cows: Invention of Tradition and Construction of Identity in the Frisian Folk Music Revival. Evert Bisschop Boele

    9:15 Use of Fake Traditions and Other Fake Materials for Teaching Ethnomusicology. Manfred Bartmann

    VA2 Problematizing Music and its Presentations

    8:15 A Criticism on the Beijing Traditional Music Festival. Liu Yong

    8:45 Bad Gigs: Drumming through Princess of China. Deborah Wong

    9:15 Ethnomusicology and Constructivism: the Construction of What, by What, with What Consequences? Johannes Brusila

    VA3 Traditional Musics in New and Foreign Contexts

    8:15 Indian Music in Slovenia through the Eyes of a South Asian Reseacher. Lasanthi Manaranjanie Kalinga Dona

    8:45 Imparting and Inheriting Highland Bagpiping in New Zealand. Daniel Milosavljevic

    9:15 Music and Solidarity: The Cultural Heritage of Miwa-kai. Alice Lumi Satomi

    VA4 Laments, The Musical Expression of Loss and Bereavement: A View from Australia. Stephen Wild, chair

    8:15 Laments in Transition: The Irish Influence on Australian Bush-Ranger Ballads. Jennifer Gall

    8:45 Sorrowful Silence and Celebratory Sounds within the Chinese Communities of Three Australian Cities. Nicholas Ng

    VA 5 Music, Memory, and Identity in Brazil

    8:15 Reflections of the "Golden Atlantic" in Colonial Music of the Brazilian Interior. Barbara Alge

    8:45 Social Memory: The Play of the Cocos from Caiana of Creole in Paraíba, Northern Brazil. Eurides Santos

    9:15 Musical Identities in the Amazon through the Lambada. Paulo Murilo Guerreiro Do Amaral and Francinaldo Paz Júnior

    VA6 Indian Classical Music and Classical Music in India

    8:15 Kumar Gandharva and the Reinterpretation of Hindustani Music. Anubhuti Sharma

    8:45 Hearing the Past: Song Style and History in North India. Meilu Ho

    9:15 Towards a Musical Identity: Understanding the Western Classicists in India. Sebanti Chatterjee

    VA7 Myth, Narrative, and Oral Literature

    8:15 Stories, Songs, and Emotion: Exploring the Power of the Sung Refrain in Lihirian Oral Literature (New Ireland, Papua New Guinea). Kirsty Gillespie

    8:45 Exploring Interconnectedness: Gestural Interaction between Storytellers and Audience Members in Suzhou ping-tan. Shi Yinyun

    9:15 Survival in the Artistic Form of Music: Research on Chinese Peddling Songs. Zhang Xuan


    9:45 - 10:15 Tea and Coffee Break


    VB Plenary Session: Ethnomusicology, Ethnochoreology, and Education (10:15 - 12:15). Samuel Araújo, chair

    10:15 Readings of the Aesthetic and Didactic Dynamics of African Indigenous Knowledge in Ritual, Music, and Dance: A Southern Nigerian Perspective. Marie Agatha Ozah

    10:45 Transmission of Japanese Traditional Performing Arts in Schools: Its Advantages in Future Tradition and the Conflicts with Traditional Teaching Method. Satomi Oshio

    11:15 Institutionalising and Adjudicating Culture: Children’s Dance Competitions in Bali, Indonesia. Jonathan McIntosh

    11:45 Intangible Heritage? Toward an Ethnomusicological Approach to Heritage. Nina Graeff


    12:15 - 13:30 Lunch


    VC Paper Sessions (13:30 - 15:30)

    VC1 Spheres of Negotiation: Religion, Tradition, Cultural Specialists, and Modernity in Taiwan. Tsai Tsungte, chair

    13:30 “Peach Blossom Weeps Tears of Blood": The Negotiation of Cultural Specialists, Institutions, and Social Change in Japanese Colonial Taiwan. Chen Meichen

    14:00 Tradition in Negotiation: Hakka People’s Wedding Ritual Music in Contemporary South Taiwan. Fan Yunching

    14:30 Representations of the Foot-drum in Contemporary Stage Productions of Nanguan-related Performance Genres. Reinhard Straub

    15:00 Appropriation and Articulation: "Tai-ke" Discourse and the Emergence of the "Techno Dancing God." Graham Dion

    VC2 Australian Indigenous Approaches to Music and Dance: Education across Generations and Cultures: Lessons for Cultural Survival in a Globalised Age. Aaron Corn, chair

    13:30 Echoing the Southern Cross: The Milpirri Festival as a Bridge to Learning Warlpiri Tradition across Generations and Cultures. Wanta Patrick and Yukihoro Doi

    14:00 Manikay in Transit: The Dynamic Tradition of Crossing Roper Bar. Samuel Curkpatrick and Aaron Corn

    14:30 A Shared Intention? The Convergence of Community Music and Reconciliation in Australia. Julie Rickwood

    15:00 Singing Knowledge: Tiwi Elders Using Song as an Educational Tool. Genevieve Campbell

    VC3 Continuity and Change in Chinese Opera

    13:30 Tradition and Innovation: An Attempt in Cantonese Opera Adaptation. Chow Sze Sum

    14:00 "Qinshi" and "Jinghu Yanzoujia": Negotiations between Tradition and Modernization in Jinghu Music. Li Huan

    14:30 The Musical Accompaniment and Vocal Performance of Wuyin Opera. Qi Huimin

    15:00 Between Improvisation and Convention: Reconfiguring the Neo-tradition of Luju Opera in Anhui Province of China. Yu Hui

    VC4 Nostalgia, Myth, and Ideology in European Folk Music

    13:30 The "Old Castle," An Ethnographic Fairy Tale: Myth or Reality? Athena Katsanevaki

    14:00 “Who taught you those Smyrnean songs?” Musical Nostalgia for the Greek “Lost Homelands.” Basma Zerouali

    14:30 Is it a Musical Heritage? Marc-Antoine Camp

    15:00 Scottish Folk Music and Conceptualisation: A Study of Ideological Construction in the Contemporary Professional Scene. Seán McLaughlin

    VC5 Role and Function of Music in Ritual II

    13:30 Intermixing/Ritualisation: The Search for Aesthetic/Movements in Kavadi Attam. A. P. Rajaram Nil

    14:00 Music—A Gate to a Cultural Realm. Uri Sharvit

    14:30 Shifting Thresholds of the Audible: Listening Closer to Overtone Singing in Sardinia and Tibet. Mark Van Tongeren

    15:00 The Rites and Beliefs Related to Music of the Tai Yai Immigrants in Northern Thailand. Bussakorn Binson

    VC6 Change in Contemporary Ritual Music and Dance II

    13:30 A Dying Art: Changing Performance Contexts and the Irish Wake Ritual. Narelle McCoy

    14:00 Changes in the Presentation of Musics and Dance of the Achang People in Yunnan during the Woluo Festival. Gretel Schwoerer-Kohl

    14:30 The Influence of Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist Revived Religious Groups and Communities on Modern Russian Culture. Elena Shishkina

    15:00 Regadda: A Local Moroccan Pop Music and its Cultural Context. Tony Langlois

    VC7 Music and National Sensibilities

    13:30 From 1893 to the Present:  Hawaiian Resistance Music. Kimo Armitage

    14:00 How Talking About Music Teaches Us to be Canadians: Authenticating Discourses, Defining Boundaries, and Debunking Diversity. Rebecca Draisey-Collishaw

    14:30 Sounding Place, Hearing Taiwan: A Case Study of the 1928 Prize Competition for “Songs of Taiwan.” Madan Ho

    15:00 "Arirang": What Does it Mean for Koreans? Sheen Dae-Cheol

    VC8 Musical Instruments in Cross-Cultural Perspective

    13:30 Korean Pyeong-jo and Japanese Hyo-jo (Using the Music Played by Piri and Hichiriki ). Yunkyong Jin

    14:00 An Instrument on the India-Pakistan Border: Reconstructing a Cultural History of the Kamaicha of the Manganiyar of Rajasthan. Shalini Ayyagari

    14:30 Comparative Study Of Yunnan Minorities' Instruments and East African Folk Instruments. Wu Xueyuan

    15:00 Australian Guitar Music with Vietnamese Cultural Influences. Le-Tuyen Nguyen

    VC9 Representation and Misrepresentation in Film

    13:30 Music and Racial Stereotypes in American Cartoons. Thomas Solomon

    14:00 “You Couldn’t Take it Down in Our Scale”: Traditional Song and the Musical Score to C. P. Mountford’s Documentary Films. Anthony Linden Jones

    14:30 Localized or Hybridized Practice: Revival of Cantonese Opera and Peking Opera in the Current Cinema of Hong Kong and China. Carol Ling-yan Cheng

    15:00 "O Beloved" and "Kodava Hero": "Internal Exotics" in Indian Film Songs. John Napier

    VC10 Hierarchies Dominating Dance Curricula Design, Part 1: Performative Aspects. Anne Margrete Fiskvit, chair

    13:30 The Place of Creativity in Teaching Dance. Anne Margrete Fiskvik

    14:00 Traditional Dance as Dance Art. Siri Maeland

    14:30  An Analytical or Pragmatic Approach to the Teaching of Dance. Marit Stranden

    15:00 Live Music in Teaching Dance. Gro Marie Svidal

    VC12 Issues and Challenges in Ethnographic Film and Video Documentation

    13:30 An Ethnomusicological-television Experience in Calabar, Nigeria: Ethics and Methodological Issues. Leonard D'Amico

    14:00 It’s Now or Never: A Forward-Ahead Possibility for Cultural Media Documentation. Alexander Dea

    14:30 Documentaries to Introduce an Intangible Cultural Heritage Project at UNESCO: A Critical Discussion: Yves Defrance


    15:30 - 16:00 Tea and Coffee Break


    VD Paper Sessions (16:00 - 18:00)

    VD1 Re-examining the Discouse and Practice of Traditional African Musical Arts through a Postcolonial Lens. Rose A. Omollo-Ongati, chair

    16:00 The Call and Response Construct in African Music: Dialogue. Rose A. Omollo-Ongati

    16:30 Preservation, Evolution, or Distortion? The Africanness in the Practice of Adaptations and Arrangements at the Kenyan Music Festival. Jacqueline Zinale Bullindah

    17:00 The Tradition of African Instrumental Music Performance at the Kenya Music Festival. Malachi Apudo Achola

    17:30 (Mis)Representation of African Traditional Music at the Kenya Music Festival. Wycliffe Omondi Obiero

    VD2 History and Practice in Asian Popular Music

    16:00 When Dead Stars Sing: Rethinking Japan’s Musical Past through the Posthumous Duet. Shelley Brunt

    16:30 Music for Ballroom Dance: Thailand's History of Establishment and Songs of Thai-owned Compositions. Kamontam Kuabutr

    17:00 Musicking Tourism: Music Performance in Bars and the Tourist Industry in Contemporary Lijiang, Yunnan. Yang Shuo

    17:30 The Global Production and Consumption of K-Musicals, and the Cultural-scape of Hallyu. Hee-Sun Kim


    VD3 From "Green Island" to "Dragon Gate": Tracing the Great Composer Zhou Lanping’s Life and Work. Chen Szu-Wei, chair

    16:00 Zhou Lanping and the Legendry "Green Island Serenade." Shen Tung

    16:30 Reexamining the 1950s and 1960s: Repositioning Taiwan in Mandopop History. Chen Szu-Wei

    17:00 A History-making Year: Zhou Lanping and his Film scores from 1962-1963. Edwin W. Chen

    17:30 An Imaginary Soundscape of Ancient China: Zhou Lanping’s Music in Come Drink with Me and Dragon Gate Inn. Luo Aimei

    VD4 History and Transmission in Asian Musics

    16:00 Reconstructing and Redefining Music from the Past: A Balinese Case Study. Peter Dunbar-Hall and Vaughn Hatch

    16:30 Rethinking the Presence of Gamelan in the Nineteenth-Century World's Fairs. Sumarsam

    17:00 Transmission Center Culture: Structuring the Experience of P’ilbong P’ungmul Percussion Band Music and Dance in South Korea. Donna Kwon

    17:30 Whose Flute, Song, Dance, and Drum is This? Tracing the Tangled Tibetan, Qiang, and Bei Origins of a Musical Heritage in Northwest China. Chen Pan

    VD5 Roundtable: Musical Relations and Sound Mediation in Colonial-Era East Asia. Yamauchi Fumitaka, chair. Wang Ying-fen, Andrew Steen, Yung Sai-shing, Lin Tai-wei, participants

    VD6 Roma Music and Musicians

    16:00 Music, Place and Identity: Diversity of Musical Identity among Finnish Roma. Kai Viijami Åberg

    16:30 Schismogenesis of Ethnic Cultural Capital in Romanian Lautaresca Music. Jun'ichiro Suwa

    17:00 Music and Identity (an Example of Roma/Gypsy Music from Eastern Europe). Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov

    17:30 Roma (Cigány) Musicians as Preservers of Non-Roma Traditions in Hungarian Music and Dance: Recent Social and Formal Implications. Judith E. Olson

    VD7 Tradition and Difference in Japanese Performing Arts

    16:00 Rhythms of Difference: Eisā and Multiculturalism in Modern Japan. Matt Gillan

    16:30 Appreciation of Music and Dance Performance as Imperial Obligation in Royal Ceremonial Visits of the Ancient Japanese Court. Michiko Hirama

    17:00 Naniwa-bushi: A Neo-traditional Narrative Genre in Modern Japan. Alison Tokita

    17:30 This Is Our Music: Maintaining Local Identity in a Japanese Rural Festival. Kirk King

    VD8 Hierarchies Dominating Dance Curricula Design, Part II: Aspects of Theory. Egil Bakka, chair

    16:00 Philosophical Discussion on the Hierarchies of Dance Genres. Gediminas Karoblis

    16:30 Hierarchies in the Teaching of Dance History. Elizabeth Svarstad-Lauritsen

    17:00  Political Dimensions in Dance Curriculum Design.Georgiana Gore

    17:30 Changing Values in Dance Transmission Systems. Egil Bakka

    VD9 Cross-Cultural Pespectives on Musical Transmission and Reception

    16:00 Advocating Traditional Musics through Musicianship Education. Peter Fielding

    16:30 Sketching without Borders: Enescu's Violin Sonata No. 3 and the Development of his Late Compositional Idiom. Henry Stoll

    17:00 Dance In and Dance Out of the Archive: Some Reflections about Collecting and Use of Archived Dance Material. Mats Nilsson

    17:30 Exploring the Impact of Music on Refugee Children’s Lives in Western Australia. Andrea Emberly and Andrzej Gwizdalski

    VD10 History, Context, and Performance in Latin American Musics

    16:00 Re-contextualizing and Re-creating Traditional Music and Culture in Mexico: “El Huerto” Cultural Center. Raquel Paraiso

    16:30 Son jarocho and the Fandango Fronterizo: Deploying Traditional, Participatory Art Forms to Confront Contemporary Issues. Hannah Balcomb

    17:00 Symbolic Neutralization or Emphatization of the Inequality? An Approach towards Current Musical Practices of Mapuche and Mbyá Young People Faced with Historically Troubled Alterity. Irma Ruiz

    17:30 Beyond her Hips: A Sense of Togetherness in La Bomba in Chota. Maria Gabriela López Yánez

    VD12 Film Screenings

    16:00 Sorcerers of Nuomin River: Sacrifice Music of Race Muoli Dawoer Shaman. Liu Guiteng

    17:00 Chèo Lives! Vietnamese Traditional Performance in Modern Times. Nguyen Thuy Tien and Pham Minh Huong


    Tuesday, July 16

    VIA Paper Sessions (8:15 - 9:45)

    VIA1 Historical and Theoretical Discourse on Kazakh Traditional Musical Culture. Saida Yelemanova, chair

    8:15 Origins of Music in Kazakh Rites of Passage. Saida Yelemanova

    8:45 Musical Objectivity. Ilyas Kojabekov

    9:15 On the Question of Historical Periodization of Kazakh Traditional Instrumental Music. Janghaly Juzbay

    VIA2 Zapin and"‘Silent" Dhikr, Berjamu Feasting, Momurinait Sacred Chanting, Gong Music, and Dance: Religion and Ritual in Insular Southeast Asian Performative Genres. Mohd Anis Md Nor, chair

    8:15 Ritual of the Qalb: Performative Sufism in Zapin. Mohd Anis Md Nor

    8:45 Feasting, Paying Homage, Adjusting the Winds: The Berjamu Ritual in the Malay Shadow Puppet (wayang kulit) Theater. Patricia Matusky

    9:15 Balancing the Human and Spiritual Worlds: Ritual, Music, and Dance among Dusunic Societies in Sabah. Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan

    VIA3 New Musical Perspectives on the Colonial Modernity of Shanghai, 1880s-1940s: Western Genres in Local Conditions. Junko Iguchi, chair

    8:15 The Shanghai Municipal Orchestra and Cultural Perspectives on the Shanghai Settlement. Yasuko Enomoto

    8:45 Twentieth-Century Music Performed by Russian and Jewish Refugees in Wartime Shanghai. Junko Iguchi

    VIA4 New Identities in African Music

    8:15 Performance and Identity Construction: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of the Bwiti Cult among the Fang (Gabon). Marie-France Mifune

    8:45 Challenging Structural Violence: The Effects of Music Education on Health, Well-being, and Social Development in South Africa. Laryssa Whitaker

    9:15 Re-contextualization of Shona Jakwara Music. Perminus Matiure

    VIA5 Making the Past Serve the Present

    8:15 The Pink Floyd Happening: Reflections on a Staged Past. Lars Kaijser

    8:45 Whose Music? Representations of Musical “Others” in 21st Century Finland. Lari Aaltonen

    9:15 Soundtrackers and Vinyl Chasers: Tradition and Authenticity in Retro Rock. Sverker Hyltén-Cavallius

    VIA6 Ritual, History, and Modernization in Indian Music

    8:15 Anecdotal Traces of the Past and the History of Hindustani Classical Music. Naresh Kumar

    8:45 Exploring the Many Pasts of the Harballabh Festival of Punjab, 1913-2003. Radha Kapuria

    9:15 Research on Ritual Music “Ganga Aarti” in Varanasi, India. Liu Xiaoqian

    VIA7 Negotiation and Ethnicity in Southeast Asian Music and Dance

    8:15 Performing Ethnicity: Portraying Minorities at the Cambodian Cultural Village: Becoming Minorities in the Diaspora. Celia Tuchman-Rosta.

    8:45 Gendang Beleq: The Negotiation of a Music/Dance Form in Lombok, Indonesia. David Harnish

    VIA8 Chinese Opera and Folk Music

    8:15 Heterogeneous, Evolutive, Syncretic: An Overview of Three Decades' of Prosperity in Huju. Xu Tiantian

    8:45 Analysis of the Musical Features of XiangKun Opera. Luo Yin

    9:15 A Comparitive Study of the East Mongolian Duandiao and Manhandiao Folk Music. Zhang Lin

    VIA12 Workshop: Overtone Singing in Siberia (Tuva, Mongolia). Tran Quang Hai


    9:45 - 10:15 Tea and Coffee Break


    VIB Plenary Session: Ritual, Religion, and the Performing Arts  (10:15 -12:15). Anthony Seeger, chair

    10:15 Magic Sound: Mantra, Song, and Musical Instrument of the Healing Perdukunan in Java. Tsai Tsungte

    10:45 Dhamma Gita Songs: Sacred and Secular Musical Fusion in Buddhist Myanmar. Gavin Douglas

    11:15 The Structure and Sonic Expressions of the Funeral Rituals of Han Chinese Living in the Yangzi River Valley Area. Qi Kun

    11:45 Sharing and Borrowing Rituals. Susanne Fürniss


    12:15 - 13:30 Lunch


    VIC Keynote Lecture (13:30 - 15:00)

    Shen Qia (China Conservatory of Music)

    "Facing the Aphasic Dilemma: When We Try to Put Some of Music Sound into Proper Words"


    15:00 - 15:30 Tea and Coffee Break


    VID ICTM General Assembly (15:30 - 17:00)


    Wednesday, July 17

    VIIA Paper Sessions (8:15 - 9:45)

    VIIA1 New Musical Perspectives on Colonial Modernity of Shanghai (1910s-1930s): Local Genres in a Metropolis. Joys Cheung, chair

    8:15 Development of Cantonese Ensemble Music (Guangdong Yinyue) in Shanghai, 1910s to 1930s: Modernity of a Traditional Genre. Ruan Hong

    8:45 Recovering the Musical Style and Philosophy of Li Jinhui’s Popular Songs: Negotiations and Continuity. Hung Fang-yi

    9:15 Making Chinese Film Music in Colonial Shanghai (1930s): Unprecedented Sounds and Networks in Modernity. Joys Cheung

    VIIA2 Towards Objective Assessment and Evaluation of Indigenous African Performing Arts at Kenyatta University. Wilson Shitandi, chair

    8:15 Towards Objective Assessment and Evaluation of Indigenous African Performing Arts at Kenyatta University. Evelyne Mushira

    8:45 Refocusing Strategies Towards Objective Assessment and Evaluation of Indigenous African Dance Performances at Kenyatta University. Aggrey Nganyi

    9:15 Pedagogical Implications in the Assessment and Evaluation of Indigenous African Instrumental Performances at Kenyatta University. Wilson Shitandi

    VIIA3 Classical Kunqu as History, Composition, and Social-political Discourse in Globalized China. Joseph S. C. Lam, chair

    8:15 What Makes a Late 18th-century Kunqu Notational Source Seminal? A Critical Reading of the Prefaces in Ye Tang's Nashuying Qupu. Ho-Chak Law

    8:45 Ethnography and Aesthetic Experience in Contemporary Kun Opera Composition. Juliane Jones

    9:15 Escorting Miss Jing Home: An Operatic Journey of Chinese Politics, Gender, and Heroism. Joseph S. C. Lam

    VIIA4 Music and Dance in Some Vietnamese Shamanism Rituals. Le Van Toan, chair

    8:15 Music and Dance in the Pn Pôông Ceremony of the Mưng People in Thanh Hóa Province in Central Vietnam. Nguyen Bihn Dinh

    8:45 Music and Dance in the Xên Lu Nó Ceremony of the Thái đen People in Northeastern Vietnam. Do Thi Thanh Nhan

    9:15 Music and Dance in Hu bóng Mediumship Rituals of the Vit People and their Changes in Modern Life. Ho Thi Hong Dung

    VIIA5 Global Dance Cultures? Representation of Dances and Dance Traditions on YouTube. Elina Seye, chair

    8:15 Home Dancing on YouTube: Exploring Dance and Internet Studies. Anu Laukkanen

    8:45 Representing Tradition on YouTube. Elina Seye

    9:15 Finnish Folk Dance on YouTube. Petri Hoppu

    VIIA6 Problems of the Existence of Folklore and Oral Tradition in the Music Space of Kazakhstan.

    8:15 Orchestra of Kazakh Folk Instruments: The Problem of Performance Repertoire and Instruments. Toizhan Yeginbayeva

    8:45 Revised Versions of the Kazakh Folk Songs as New Musical-original Music in Kazakhstan’s Culture. Vladimir Manyakin

    VIIA7 Mongolia and its Neighbors

    8:15 “Representing Cultures”: Folk Song of Mongolia, Shanxi, and Shaanxi at the China Man-Han-Diao Art Festival, 2012. Yang Hong

    8:45 Staging the Grassland Spirit: Chi Bulag and Morin Huur (Horse-Head Fiddle) Reform in the People’s Republic of China. Charlotte D'Evelyn

    9:15 Performing Transition in Mongolia: Kazakh Musicians and (their) Mongolian Identities. Jennifer C. Post

    VIIA8 Exploring Conceptual and Geographic Boundaries

    8:15 Senses and Perception/Body-Culture. Joana Mascarenhas and Clélia

    8:45 Generative Audience and Cultural Industry: The Use of Entrainment “Meta” Frequency in the Mirror of the Theory of Entrainment. Diana Grgurić

    9:15 Hornbostel and the Uttermost Sounds of the Earth. Miguel A. Garcia

    VIIA9 Forum: Harmony, Melody, and Melharmony. Vanita Suresh, chair. Vanita Suresh and Chitravina A. Ravikiran, participants


    9:45 - 10:15 Tea and Coffee Break


    VIIB Plenary Session: Sreening Music and Dance (10:15 - 12:15). Dan Bendrups, chair. 

    10:15 Rendering Music through Film. Charlotte Vignau

    10:45 Learning Rhythm Patterns through Video Data: The Chinese Dragon Dance between Singapore and Hong Kong. Kyoko Tsujimoto

    11:15 Pushing and Pulling: Documenting Newfoundland Accordion Histories. Beverley Diamond, Kati Szego, and Meghan Forsyth


    11:45 - 13:30 Lunch (note: extended time for lunch hour!)


    VIIC Paper Sessions (13:30 - 15:30)

    VIIC1 Roundtable: ICTM and the World of Ethnomusicology, Part 1: ICTM from the Inside. Svanibor Pettan, chair. Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, Svanibor Pettan, Anthony Seeger, Ricardo D. Trimillos, Stephen Wild, participants

    VIIC2 New Perspectives on Chinese Music History and Historiography. Jonathan P. J. Stock, chair

    13:30 Enduring Themes, Contrasting Accounts: A Comparative Approach to the Historiography of Chinese Music. Jonathan P. J. Stock

    14:00 Rethinking the Reconstruction of Tang Court Music. Zhao Weiping

    14:30 Memory and Historiography: A Case Study of the Yangbanxi (Model Works). Yang Hon-Lun

    15:00 Discussant: Mercedes Dujunco

    VIIC3 Tradition and Invention in Oceania

    13:30 A Night in Honolulu: Inventing Ernest Kaleihoku Kaai. Andrea Low

    14:00 The "Purest" of Traditions. Jane Freeman Moulin

    14:30 Japanese-American Musicians as Pioneers of “Japanese” Hawaiian Music. Minako Waseda

    15:00 Singing the Past, Sounding the Present, Dancing the Future: Resurrecting Historical Hula Repertoire on the Contemporary Concert Stage. Amy Stillman

    VIIC4 Music, Dance, and Community in European Folk Music

    13:30 Upper Styrian Big Band Folk: A Case Study of Artistic Research Regarding the Use of Historical Resources in the Contemporary Musical Expression of a Rural Community in the European Alps. Michael Kahr

    14:00 Identities in Motion: 50 Years of Bulgarian Dances within Different Political Contexts. Gergana Panova-Tekath

    14:30 Doing Blackness: On the Relation between Dance, Discourse, and Experience. Charlotte Hyltén-Cavallius

    15:00 The Quest for the Old Time (starina) in Russian Folk Music Discourse: Scholarship, Revival, and Online Communities. Ulrich Morgenstern

    VIIC5 Music, Dance, and the Cosmos

    13:30 Srimpi Limo: Dancing the Javanese Cosmos (Ritual Dance and East Javanese Mystical Symbolism). Karen-Elizabeth Schrieber

    14:00 The Patient Boy: Worldview and Life Values of the Jola Bandial People of Senegal Reflected in a chante fable and its Performance. Sheila Macknzie Brown

    14:30 Studying Kazakh Traditional Song, in the Context of Religious and Mythological  Beliefs. Alya Sabyrova

    15:00 Music, Ritual, and Cosmology of the Desana Group of Upper Niger River, Amazonas, Brazil. Lillian Barros

    VIIC6 Music and Theatre on the Tibetan Plateau

    13:30 Research on Tibetan Opera's Music Style and Characteristics. Tsering Numgyl Ci Reng Lang Jie

    14:00 The Changing Singing Situation: Tibetan Love Songs "Layi" in Qilian County, Qinghai Province, in Contemporary Life. Li Yuehong

    14:30 Nixi Qingwu: Musical Expression of Love among the Tibetans of Yunnan Province. Mi Pengxuan

    15:00 The Sounds of Shangri La. Yang Xi

    VIIC7 Women's Music and Women in Music

    13:30 Music in Liminal Spaces: Gendered Performance in Mumbai’s LGBT Community. Jeff Roy

    14:00  Female Songs in Northeast Argentina. Comparative Research between Ancient Female Songs and their Modern Meaning. Adriana Valeria Cerletti and Sylvia Citro

    14:30 Recording a Movement? Aboriginal Women’s Music Recordings and Shifts in Identity Politics at the Start of the Twenty-First Century. Anna Hoefnagels

    15:00 Juliette Gaultier, Marius Barbeau, and the (Re)presentation of Historic Sound Recordings on the 1920s Concert Stage. Judith Klassen

    VIIC8 Music, Margins, and Crossroads

    13:30 Transitional Music-Cultures and Worldviews of the Sea Nomad Minority and Settled Malay Majority in the Riau Islands, Indonesia. Margaret Kartomi

    14:00 Ceremony System and Music Interpretation of East Ujimqin. Li Jiayin

    14:30 Beyond the Nation, Border, and Ethnicity: Voices of People in a Small Place — A Case of the Ogasawara Islands. Masaya Shishikura

    15:00 The Musical Crossroads of Vlachs in Northwestern Transcarpathia, Ukraine. Olha Kolomyets

    VIIC9 Presenting and Teaching Music in Africa and the Arab World

    13:30 Music and Bull Fighting among the Abaluhyia of Kenya. Charles Nyakiti Orawo

    14:00 Formal Traditional Music Education of Ethiopia: The Case of Yaredic Music. Woube Kassaye

    14:30 A Case Study: Fitting the Western Musical Culture into the UAE. Irena Mitevska Mileva

    15:00 "Normalizing the Abnormal in the Land Reform Programme": The Effects of Polarization and Manipulation of the Local Music Scene. Bridget Chinouriri

    VIIC10 Instrumental Traditions and Ensembles

    13:30 Music Instruments in Ukiyo-e. Ury Eppstein

    14:00 The Definition and Treatment of the Minority Dundun Ensemble Groups and the Consequences of their Impact on the Development of Music and Dance in Yoruba Land in Western Nigeria. Atinuke Adenike Idamoyibo

    14:30 The Instrumental Tradition Zhetysu (Based on the South-East Region). Muptekeev Bazaraly Dzhumagulovich

    15:00 Research on the Local Gong and Drum Music of the Yu Lin Band in the Town of Pine and Cypress, Shennongjia Region. Wang Mengyi

    VIIC12 Film Screenings

    13:30 “Love of the noise, love of the music”: Salvesen and Sankey in the South Pacific Islands. Michael Webb

    14:30 Music of the Minorities of Northern Afghanistan. Razia Sultanova


    15:30 - 16:00 Tea and Coffee Break


    VIID Paper Sessions (16:00 - 18:00)

    VIID1 Roundtable: ICTM and the World of Ethnomusicology, Part II: UNESCO, Scholarly Organizations, and ICTM's Global Impact. Naila Ceribašić, chair. Naila Ceribašić, Jean Kidula, Colin Quigley, J. Lawrence Witzleben, Xiao Mei, participants

    VIID2 Court Music and Ritual in East Asia

    16:00 The Drones in the Lute Melodies of Tōgaku and their Implication for the Historical Development of Tōgaku in Japan. Kwok Wai Ng

    16:30 Reconstructing the Musical Past of the Fifteenth-century Chosŏn Dynasty: Information Regarding the Music Performed for the Sacrificial Rite at the Royal Ancestral Shrine in Eighteenth-century Sources. Anthony Law

    17:00 Reconstruction of Imperial Rituals in Contemporary China. Gwendoline Cho-ning Kam

    17:30 Between Two Countries and Across Fourteen Centuries: A Study on the Chinese Origin of the Japanese Gagaku Masterpiece Ran Ryôô. Yang Ming

    VIID3 Participation, Autogenesis, Ethnoarts, and Practicality: Ideas and Tools that Minority Communities Can Use to Improve their Futures. Brian Schrag, chair

    16:00 Creating Local Arts Together: Introducing an Applied Ethnoarts Field Manual. Brian Schrag

    16:30 Sustaining Minority Expressive Culture: Facilitation Through Reflective Dialogue. Todd Saurman

    17:00 Sustaining Minority Expressive Culture: Relevant Music and Other Arts as a Bridge to Development Projects. Mary Saurman

    17:30 Applied Ethnoarts Training for Academic and Field Settings. Robin Harris

    VIID4 New Directions in Middle Eastern Music

    16:00 Ritual of Zâr on the Iranian Border of the Persian Gulf. Maryam Gharasou

    16:30 Cultural Symbiosis and Musical Mutualism:  Trans-regional Arab Music Production, the Iraqi Diaspora, and the Music of Oman. Anne Katharine Rasmussen

    17:00 Renaming an Instrument:  The Old Turkish Kopuz Revived for the Bağlama. M. Emin Soyda

    17:30 The Concept of Freedom in Arabesk Music. Serkan Şener

    VIID5 History and Aesthetics in Kazakh Music

    16:00 Orteke—Art of Kazakhs and other Turkic Nationalities. Bayan Abisheva

    16: 30 The Evolution of Kazakh Musical Thinking. Gulnar Abdirakhman

    17:00 Features of the Kazakh Musical Instrument “Zhetigen.” Korlan Kartenbayeva

    17:30 Historical and Theoretical Discourse on Kazakh Traditional Musical Culture: The Musical Objectivity. Ilyas Kozhabekov

    VIID6 Folk Musics and Folkloricization

    16:00 Traditional Folk Music Appropriation by Venezuelan Pop and Art Musics: A Conceptual Scheme of its History and Present Tendencies. Emilio Mendoza

    16:30 The "Rise of Modernity'" in the Transformation of Traditional Music: Development of the Korean Kayagum in Northeast China. Guan Bingyang

    17:00 Musical Life Change through the Process of Urbanization: A Case Study on the Xilingol Grassland. Yang Yucheng

    17:30 Udmurtian Traditional Singers on the Eurovision Song Contest Winners Pedestal: Traditional Folk Music of Finno-Ugric Nations in the Context of Fusional Music Festivals and Performances. Helen Kõmmus

    VIID7 Challenges and Successes in Music Education

    16:00 A Timeline for Music Education (TME) Study of Selected Repertoire from Teochew Music in Singapore. Joe Peters (Thau Yong Teochew)

    16:30 The Problems of Teaching Kyrgyz Traditional Art. Rosa Amanova

    17:00 Who Came to Music Schools to Learn the Cimbalom 100 Years Ago? An Analysis of the Student Register of the Royal Academy of Music Budapest. Mineo Ota

    17:30 Status and Representation of Tradition inside the Conservatories: East and West. Xavier Bouvier

    VIID8 Song, Environment, and Vocal Style

    16:00 Konggap—Personal Songs of the Yupno in Papua New Guinea. Raymond Ammann

    16:30 The Reappearance of She Ethnic Minority Singing in Different Ecological Environments. Lan Xue-Fei

    17:00 Patterns in Representations of a Northwest China “Minority” Song Form and Its Singers:  Sounds, Images, and Discourses of Multiculturalism, Ethnicity, and Place. Sue M. C. Tuohy

    17:30 The Disappearing Falsetto: Changes in Vocal Technique of the She People of Eastern China. Zhu Tengjiao

    VIID9 Improvisation and Creative Processes

    16:00 An Aspect of Korean Jazz: A Common Denominator of Improvisation. Seung Min Kim

    16:30 Creative Thinking and Construction of Crossover in Ethnic Jazz Music: The Case of the “Orbit Folks” Orchestra. Chen Yingduo

    17:00 Chinese Shadow Play: Improvisation and Collaboration. Tang Lijiang

    17:30 Identity, Tradition, and the Production of Lokal Music in Home-Based Recording Studios in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Oliver Wilson

    VIID10 Communication, Conventions, and Concepts in Chinese Music

    16:00 Why Play Music? Analysis on the Music Cultural Connotation of the Yi People’s Buddhist Rituals for Ghost Communication in the Liangshan Area. Lu Jufang

    16:30 Patterns and Conventions: Intellectual Property and Other Legal Issues of Chinese Music Websites. Wen Jingjing

    17:00 Cultivating Inheritors and Transmitters of Traditional Music through Higher Education. Xu Hanmei

    17:30 The Thinking of Insider and Outsider: The Music Education of Xinjiang Bole. Zhou Xian


    18:00 - 18:15 Tea and Coffee Break


    VIIE Closing Ceremony (18:15 - 19:30)

    ICTM 中国国家委员会





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