Not included are several editorials, prefaces, journalistic reports,  smaller entries in encyclopedias, and numerous writings which appeared in Chinese.

 

Sound, Noise and the Everyday – Soundscapes in Contemporary China. Collection of papers, edited jointly with Andreas Steen, based on proceedings of the 18th International CHIME meeting in Aarhus, Denmark in 2014. In progress.

 

Storysinging and Storytelling in China. Collection of papers, based on proceedings of the International CHIME workshop on this theme, held in Venice, October 2014. In progress. 

 

Can Chinese Music Swing? In: Bernhard Hanneken and Tiago de Oliveira Pinto (Eds) – Music in China today, Ancient traditions, contemporary trends. Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung (VWB), Berlin. In the series: Intercultural Music Studies (no. 21), 2017, 270 pp, forthcoming.

 

Guo Wenjing. Entry on Chinese Composer, for the online IRCAM encyclopedia of post-WWII music. IRCAM, Paris, 2016. http://brahms.ircam.fr/wenjing-guo

 

China's Musical Sorcerer, Tan Dun. In: Johannes Sturm et al (eds) – Proceedings of 2014 Seminar 'The Strange Sound', Ost-Asiatisches Seminar, Bonn, 2016, forthcoming.

 

[with Lin Chen and Helen Rees] 'Chinese music across generations – case studies of conservatory musicians in 20th-century China'. In: Crossing Bridges Across Communities, Proceedings of the European Seminar in Etnomusicology (ESEM) meeting in Prague 2014; Music Dept Charles University, Prague, CD-ROM, 2016.

http://www.etnomuzikologie.eu/index.php/publikace

 

'The Guqin Zither'. In: Michael Church (Ed.) – The Other Classical Musics, Fifteen Great Traditions. Boydell & Brewer, London, 2015, pp. 104-125.

 

[with James Kippen, eds.] Music, Dance and the Art of Seduction. [Book.] Eburon, Academic Publishers, Delft (US distribution by University of Chicago Press), 2013, 461 pp.

 

Love songs and temple festivals in northwest China. In: Frank Kouwenhoven & James Kippen, eds,  Music, Dance and the Art of Seduction. Eburon, Academic Publishers, Delft, 2013, pp.115-166.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] ‘I prefer a man who is fresh like a jumping fish’ - Gender issues in shan’ge, Chinese popular rural songs. In: Rachel Harris and Rowan Pease (eds) - Gender and Chinese music. Rochester University Press. Eastman, Rochester Studies in Ethnomusicology series, 2013, 156-176.

 

Traditionelle Musik im gegenwärtigen China. In: Katharina Schneider-Roos & Stefanie Thiedig (eds) - Culturescapes China. Chinas Kulturszene ab 2000. Christoph Merian Verlag, Basel, 2010, pp.196-203.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] The Guo Guan Ritual Shadow Play of Huanxian. In: Maghiel van Crevel, Tian Yuan Tan and Michel Hockx - Text, Performance and Gender in Chinese Literature and Music. Essays in Honor of Wilt Idema. Brill, Leiden, 2009, pp.361-388.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] Zhao Yongming, portrait of a Mountain Song Cicada. In: Helen Rees (Ed.) – Lives in Chinese Music, Illinois Press, 2008.

 

Twee gezichten van de Liefde. Volksliedteksten uit Jiangsu. Het Trage Vuur, Tijdschrift voor Chinese Literatuur, Juli 2005, pp.85-96.

 

Transcribing “Time” in Chinese Non-measured Songs. The World of Music, Vol.2, 2005, pp. 137-162, University of Bamberg.

 

Some Remarks on Music as Reorganized Time. European Meetings in Ethnomusicology, 11th vol., 2005 (‘Entrainment’ issue), pp. 88-92, ESEM.

 

Gids door het Bos van Zaken: Twintig Eeuwen Chinese Muzieknotatie. In: Rob Berkel (Ed.) - ‘Muziek Op Schrift. De Wereld van de Muzieknotatie’. Scryption, Tilburg, 2005, pp. 124-128.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] What Do We Wish to Preserve of China’s Traditional Music, for Whose Sake ? In: Xiao Mei, Zhang Gang & Delfin Colomé (Eds) - ‘Preservation of Traditional Music’. Chinese Academy of Arts & Asia Europe Foundation, 2003, pp 55-68. Vertaald door A. Schimmelpenninck in het Chinees als: Zhongguode chuantong yinyue: bu shi yao ‘baocun’ er yingyao ‘yanxu’, in: Zhongguo yinyuexue no.3, 2003, pp.34-37, Peking.

 

A Brazen Romantic in France: The Chinese Composer Chen Qigang. World New Music Magazine, No.12, November 2002, pp.58-64. 

 

Chen Qigang. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. V, p.566.

 

Chen Xiaoyong. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. V, pp. 566-567.

 

China: Folk Song and Dance. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. V, pp. 667-669.

 

Ding Shande. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. VII, p. 360.

 

Guo Wenjing. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. X, pp. 589-590.

 

He Luting. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XI, pp. 358-359.

 

He Xuntian. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XI, p. 474.

 

Luo Zhongrong. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XV, p. 316.

 

Mo Wuping. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XVII, p. 253.

 

Sang Tong. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XXII, p. 245.

 

Su Cong. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XXIV, p. 652.

 

Wang Lisan. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XXVII, pp. 80-81.

 

Xu Shuya. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XXVII, pp. 618.

 

Zhu Jian’Er. In: Stanley Sadie (Ed.) - ‘The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians’, 2nd edn, MacMillan, London/New York 2001, Vol. XXVII, p. 810.

 

Meaning and Structure – the Case of Chinese Qin (Zither) Music. British Journal of Ethnomusicology, No.10/1, 2001, pp. 39–62.

 

Changing Soundscapes and Continuity of Ethnomusicology: A Comment. Studi Musicali, Accademi di Santa Cecilia Fondazione, Firenze, 2001, No.2, pp. 249-250.

 

Too Close for Comfort. On ‘Chineseness’ and Art. Chime, no.14-15, 2000, 5–7.

 

Music in Cities, Music in Villages. Rural versus urban music in China. Chime no.12-13, 1998, pp.4-7.

 

The World of Chinese composer Guo Wenjing. Text (25 pp), programme booklet of the Edinburgh Festival, 1998.

 

New Chinese Operas by Qu Xiaosong, Tan Dun and Guo Wenjing. Chime 10-11, 1997, pp.111-122.

 

Barbarian Pipes Forever: Thoughts on Chinese Culture and Nationalism. Chime 10-11, 1997, pp.3-7.

 

Guo Wenjing, Chinese composer. Brochure, with biography, list of works and discography. Casa Ricordi, music publishing house, Venice, 1997.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] Guo Wenjing, a Composer’s Portrait. Chime 10-11, 1997, pp.8–49. Vert. in het Chinees door An Luxin als Guo Wenjing - yifu zuoqujia de xiaoxiang, in: Zhongyang Yinyue Xueyuan Xuebao (Jrnal of the Central Conservatory of Music, 2003 no.2, pp.84-91, no.3 pp.93-99.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] Female folk singers in Jiangsu, China. Oideion, the Performing Arts World-wide, publ. Research School CNWS, Leiden, no.2, 1995, pp. 85–92.

 

Ate Doornbosch: A Lifetime Dedicated to Dutch Folk Songs. Oideion, the Performing Arts World-wide, publ. Research School CNWS, Leiden, no.2, 1995, pp. 261–274.

 

Nieuwe Muziek uit de Volksrepubliek China. De Gids, nr.3/4, Maart-April 1994, pp.224-237.

 

Chinese Avant-Garde Music: A Post-Mao Historical Perspective. New Asia Review , Greenwood Publishers, Westport CT, Vol.I–1, 1994, pp. 26–39. 

 

Nieuwe muziek in de Volksrepubliek China. Een feniks uit de as herrezen. Muziek & Wetenschap, Dutch quarterly for musicology, vol.3, no.1, 1993, pp. 35–66.

 

Qu Xiaosong’s opera Oedipus, Sweden 1993. Chime 7, Autumn 1993, pp.155–156.

 

Tan Dun, Chinese composer. Brochure, with a short biography, list of works and discography. G.Schirmer, New York, 1993.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] The Shanghai Conservatory of Music. History and foreign students’ experiences. Chime , Leiden, no.6, 1993, pp. 56–91.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] Chasing a folk tune in Southern Jiangsu, China. Intercultural Music Studies, Wilhelmshaven, no.4, 1992, pp. 247–268.

 

Developments in Mainland China's new music. Part II: From Europe to the Pacific & back to China. China Information , Vol.VII, no.2, 1992, pp.30–46.

 

Developments in Mainland China’s new music. Part I: From China to the United States. China Information, Leiden, Vol.VII, no.1, 1992, pp.17–39.

 

Composer Ding Shande. In: Chime, no.5, 1992, pp.143–144.

 

The Age of Pluralism. Mainland China’s new music (3). Chime  5, Leiden, 1992, pp. 76-134. Published in revised and updated version as ‘Developments in Mainland China’s new music’, in two parts, in China Information , see below.

 

Anthropological Fieldwork in China: Do we pay for the music ? Chime 4, Leiden, 1991, pp. 2-3.

 

Redonner vie aux mélodies de la Chine ancienne. Laurence Picken et les secrets de la musique médiévale d'Extrême– Orient. Cahiers de musiques traditionelles, no.5, Ateliers d’ethnomusicologie AIMP, Geneve, 1992, pp.217–245. (English version in Chime, Leiden, no.4, Autumn 1991, pp.40-65: Laurence Picken: Bringing to Life Tunes of Ancient China).

 

China im Zentrum der Avant-garde. In: Neue Musik in Münster, WDR Münster, 1991, pp. 92-97.

 

Composer Tan Dun: The ritual fire dancer of Mainland China’s new music. China Information, Leiden, Vol.VI, no.3, 1991/1992, pp.1–24.

 

Madly singing in the mountains. Mainland China's new music (2). Chime 3, Leiden, 1991, pp. 42-75.

 

A Historic Concert. Seven young composers meet in Holland. Chime 3, 1991, pp.97–103

 

Out of the Desert. Mainland China’s New Music (1). Chime  2, Leiden, 1990: 58-93. Revised reprints in English, German and Dutch, in: Neue Musik in Münster, WDR Münster, 1991; World New Music Magazine, Jrnl of the International Society for Contemporary Music, Köln, No.3, 1993: 13-45; Muziek en Wetenschap, 1993 III-1, 1993; De Gids, Meulenhoff, Amsterdam, no. 3-4, 1994: 224-236; and: New Asia Review 1994, I-1. Vertaald in het Chinees door Nai Zhang, als Zouchu huangmo. Zhongguo dalu de xin yinyue, in: Yinyue Xueshu Xinxi (Academic Information on Music), vaktijdschrift van het Music Research Inst. in Peking, 1996 nos.4-6, en 1997 nos. 1-3.

 

Signs of change. Music research in China. Chime  1, Leiden, 1990: 51-58.

 

West meets West. Chinese music research in Europe. Chime  1, Leiden, 1990, pp. 5-9. (Vert. in het Chinees: Ouzhou de Zhongguo yinyue yanjiu. In: Yinyue Xueshu Xinxi, Music Research Inst. Beijing, 1991, 1: 10 ff.)

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] Chinese folk song research in the Wu area, Jiangsu province: A report. China Information , Leiden, Vol.IV, no.1, 1989, pp. 75–85.

 

[with A. Schimmelpenninck] Folk song collecting in China – A short survey. China Information, Vol.III, no.1, 1988, pp. 43–57.

 

 

 

 

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