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Co-sponsored seminar: Public lecture by Dr. Bonnie Wade: "Japanese composing for traditional instruments in the modern era," co-sponsored with UHM Music Dept.
|Title:||Co-sponsored seminar: Public lecture by Dr. Bonnie Wade: "Japanese composing for traditional instruments in the modern era," co-sponsored with UHM Music Dept.|
|Date Issued:||25 Feb 2020|
|Abstract:||Drawing on research that resulted in Composing Japanese Musical Modernity (Chicago, 2015), this paper focuses on one aspect of that topic, namely, new music created for instruments that invoke the shared musical history of East Asian cultures by composers from the twentieth century whose career trajectories span Japanese traditional music practice and "Western." The focus is on people as well as on their creativity.|
|Description:||Seminar talk flyer|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
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