Publications & Projects
Chief Editor of Chime, Journal of the European Foundation for Chinese Music Research vols 1 – 19, 1990 to 2015 (ongoing). In English, peer-refereed journal about research on Chinese music. Since 2015, the journal is freely accessible as an electronic publication via www.chimemusic.nl
Main Editor of Music, Dance and the Art of Seduction, proceedings of similarly named conference which was organized by the author at the KIT Tropical Institute in April 2005. Published by Eburon Delft in 2013. Second editor: Prof. James Kippen of the University of Toronto.
Editorial board member of the academic journal European Meetings in Ethnomusicology, a publication of ESEM (The European Seminar in Ethnomusicology), in the period 2004 to 2010.
Editor of Bakeliet, bulletin of the Dutch Society for Ethnomusicology and the Performing Arts Worldwide ‘Arnold Bake’(from 2001 to 2007).
Editor of the book series Chime Studies in East Asian Music, featuring the following titles:
A.Schimmelpenninck, - Chinese Folk Songs and Folk Singers. Shan’ge Traditions in Southern Jiangsu. (1997), 445 pp.
Stephen Jones - Plucking the Winds. Lives of Village Musicians in Old and New China. (2004), 426 pp.
Compiler of the double CD Voice of the Dragon, a joint publication of the Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam and the Chime Foundation (2005).
Reviewer of scholarly papers on Chinese music contributed to journals like Music & Letters, the British Journal of Ethnomusicology, the Journal of Chinese Ritual, Theatre and Folklore (Taiwan), Cahier de musiques traditionelles (Geneve), The World of Music (Bamberg) and other periodicals.
Translator (jointly with AM. Schimmelpenninck) of sixteen scholarly papers on Chinese music (since 1990), as well as a number of opera libretti, puppet plays, Tanci (storysinging) performances, and Chinese songs set to music.
Author of numerous of journalistic contributions on music to journals and newspapers. Presenter of over one hundred papers at academic conferences and universities. (Details available on request).