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Yearning for a distant music : consumption of Hawaiian music and dance in Japan
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|Title:||Yearning for a distant music : consumption of Hawaiian music and dance in Japan|
|Authors:||Kurokawa, Yoko, 1957|
|Keywords:||Songs, Hawaiian -- Japan -- History and criticism|
Songs, Hawaiian -- Japan -- Analysis, appreciation
Popular music -- Japan -- History and criticism
Hula (Dance) -- Japan
Hula (Dance) -- Study and teaching -- Japan
|Description:||Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2004.|
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 532-554) and discography (leaves 555-557).
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2 v. (xix, 557 leaves, bound) music 29 cm
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