Focussing on music traditions, these essays explore the policy, ideology and practice of preservation and promotion of East Asian intangible cultural heritage. For the first time, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan - states that were among the first to establish legislation and systems for indigenous traditions - are considered together. Four chapters - one each on China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan - incorporate a foundational overview of preservation policy and practice of musical intangible cultural heritage at the state level. These chapters are complemented by a set of chapters that explore how the practice of policy has impacted on specific musics.... with Hanyupinyin and Naxi pinyin(inReesa#39;s essay)except for Kam(see footnote 2 to Ingrama#39;s essay) and NuosuYi (in Kraefa#39;s essay); Hepburn for Japanese; McCuneReischauer for Korean, using the 1988 modifications of theKorean Ministryanbsp;...
|Title||:||Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage|
|Author||:||Professor Keith Howard|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2012-10-28|