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Prof. Ho W. C.
Book Chapter
& W. W. Law. The promotion of multiple citizenships in China's music education.
In C. Benedict, P. Schmidt, G. Spruce, & P. Woodford (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of social justice and music education. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Journal Article
Students・ experiences with popular music: The case of Beijing, China.
Asia Pacific Journal of Education.
Journal Article
& W. W. Law. Music education and music experience.
Education & Society.
Journal Article
& W. W. Law. Popular music and school music education: Chinese students・ preferences and dilemmas in Shanghai, China.
International Journal of Music Education.

Dr. Urrows D. F.
Book
Otto Dresel: Keyboard music.
Middleton, WI, A-R Editions.
Book Chapter
The wind qin: Hearing/reading Chinese reactions to the pipe organ.
In G. Song (Ed.), Reshaping the boundaries: Ming-Qing encounters with western culture. Hong Kong University Press.
Book Chapter
.Highly applauded, as novelties are・: Science, politics, and the pipe organs of Tomas Pereira, S.J.
In J. Heyndrickx (Ed.), History of the church in China: some less known sources, sounds and pictures. University of Leuven Press.
Book Chapter
The pipe organ of the Baroque era in China.
In M. Saffle, & H. L. Yang (Eds.), East meet west: Sino-western musical relations. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Journal Article
The bamboo organ builders of 19th century Shanghai.
Nineteenth-Century Music Review.

Dr. Winzenburg J.
Book Chapter
Spanning the timbral divide: Tradition, multiplicity, and novelty in Chinese-western fusion concerto instrumentation.
In M. Saffle, & H. L. Yang (Eds.), East meet west: Sino-western musical relations. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Journal Article
New multivoiced world: Bakhtinian polyphony in early Chinese-western fusion concertos.
In Muzyka, dedicated issue on Bakhtin・s Dialogicality.
Book Chapter (Book proposal in-review)
Musical-dramatic experimentation in the Yangbanxi: A case for precedence in The Great Wall.
In P. Clark, L. K. Pang & T. H. Tsai (Eds.), Culture and music of China・s Cultural Revolution.
Book/anthology proposal in-review for 2015 publication
(Ed.). Choral anthology: New sounds in choral music of China.

Prof. Yang H. L.
Book
& M. Saffle (Eds.). East meet west: Sino-western musical relations.
Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Book Chapter
Curb those enticing tones: Music censorship in the PRC.
In P. Hall (Ed.). The Oxford handbook of music censorship. Oxford University Press.
2014

Prof. Ho W. C.
Conference paper (June)
Preferences for popular music in and outside school among Chinese youths: A study of Changsha, China.
Paper presented at the Twelfth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid, Spain.
Journal Article
A Comparative Study of the Use of Popular Songs in School Music Education in Taiwan and Mainland China (Translated in Japanese by Y. Ishii).
Globalization and Traditional Culture in Education. Tokyo: Kenpakusha. 158-169.
Journal Article
A Comparative Study of the Use of Popular Songs in School Music Education in Taiwan and Mainland China.
Journal of East Asian Studies, The Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Yamaguchi University, Japan, 12. 1-10.

Dr. Lam C. W.
Book
The idea of Chinese music in Europe up to the year 1800.
Beijing: Central Conservatory of Music Press.

Dr. Mang H. S.
Conference paper (April)
Roadmap for a New Generation of Brain Users: Change Your Brain.
Paper presented at the DANA Foundation Brain Awareness Week 2014, Hong Kong.

Dr. Urrows D. F.
Book Chapter
La Castrata and the Voices in my Head.
In B. Bernhart, & L. Kramer (Eds.), On Voice: Word and Music Studies (Volume 13). Amsterdam, Rodopi. 197-214.
Journal Article
Teaching music history at Hong Kong Baptist University: confessions of a skeptic.
Journal of Music History Pedagogy, 2(4). 341-344.
Journal Article
The bamboo organs of nineteenth-century Shanghai.
Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 11(1). 113-134.

Dr. Winzenburg J.
Journal Article
Navigating the fragrant musical harbor: Cultural identity and fusion orchestral composition in .postcolonial・ Hong Kong.
In CHIME Journal (18-19). 135-168.
Review
    Review Essay: Two Studies on Chou Wen-Chung
  • Chou Wen-Chung: The life and work of a contemporary Chinese-born American composer, by P. M. Chang.
  • The music of Chou Wen-chung, by E. Lai.
Asian Music, 45(1). doi:10.1353/amu.2013.0030

Prof. Yang H. L.
Journal Article
Teaching music history at Hong Kong Baptist University: problem-based learning and outcome-based teaching and learning.
Journal of Music History Pedagogy, 2(4). 329-332.
Conference paper (June)
Hearing cosmopolitanism: Cantonese cover songs of western hits from Hong Kong movie musicals of the 1960s.
Paper presented at the Workshop on Cosmopolitanism, Popular Song, and Asian Musical Responses to the Cold War, the University of Chicago Center in Beijing.
2013

Dr. Chung D.
Journal Article
French harpsichord vitality.
Early Music, 41(3), 525-527. doi:10.1093/em/cat074
Conference paper (April)
Interpretation of BWV 903: a case study in creativity and composerVperformer collaboration.
Paper presented at the Performance Studies Network Second International Conference, CMPCP, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Prof. Ho W. C.
Book Chapter
Social challenges and cultural influences on China・s music education: Practices and issues in teaching popular music in schools.
In X. M. Li (Ed.), Education in China: Cultural influences, global perspectives and social challenges. New York: Nova Publishers. 89-106.
Journal Article
Behind the scenes of music education in China: a survey of historical memory.
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 34(5). 673-688. doi:10.1080/01596306.2013.728363
Journal Article
Globalisation and localisation in music education in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Comparative Education, 49(2). 163-180. doi:10.1080/03050068.2012.686678
Conference paper (January)
Official propaganda songs in China.
Paper presented at the 2013 International Congress on Social Sciences and Business, Taipei, Taiwan.

Dr. Mang H. S.
Conference paper (December)
Musicality Profile of Hong Kong Children.
Paper presented at the 2013 International Conference on the Modern Development of Humanities and Social Science, Hong Kong.
Conference paper (December)
Musicians' and Non-musicians' Emotional Response to Transformation of Melody.
Paper presented at the 2013 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Society, Hong Kong.

Dr. Winzenburg J.
Journal Article
Heteroglossia and traditional vocal genres in Chinese-Western fusion concertos.
Perspectives of New Music, 51(2), 101-140.
Session Chair (December)
Chinese Choral Music. In Musical Cosmopolitanism: Music Theoretical Concepts in Cross-Cultural Dialogue.
Symposium conducted at the 2013 Chinese Composers Festival, Hong Kong.
Conference paper (July)
Musical-dramatic experimentation in the Yangbanxi: A case for precedence in The Great Wall.
Paper presented at the 42nd International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) World Conference, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai.
Session Chair (July)
In Transmission and Function in Chinese Music.
Paper session at the 42nd International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) World Conference, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai.

Prof. Yang H. L.
Book
& Eぶ仇 (s). fyqΡ狐的G言怒い梱惨篩n.
惨: 琴桓X.
Book Chapter
Liszt in socialist China.
In J. Deaville (Ed.). Liszt's legacies. Pendragon Press.
Book Chapter
Gendering '1968': womanhood in model works of the People's Republic of China and movie musicals of Hong Kong.
In B Kutschke, & B Norton (Eds.). Music and protest in 1968. Cambridge University Press. 222-236
Book Chapter
Diaspora, music and politics: Russian musical life in Shanghai during the interwar period.
In P. Fairclough (Ed.). Twentieth-century music and politics. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing. 261-278
Panellist (October)
In Teaching Western Music History in 2013.
Roundtable at the The 2nd Biennial Conference of the East Asian Regional Association of the International Musicological Society 2013, National Taiwan University, Taipei.
Conference paper (July)
Memory and historiography: A case study of the Yangbanxi.
Paper presented at the 42nd International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) World Conference, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai.
Conference paper (April)
Memories and meaning, Yangbanxi revisited.
Paper presented at the International Symposium on Culture and Music of China's Cultural Revolution, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
2012

Prof. Ho W. C.
Book Chapter
National identity in the Taiwanese system of music education.
In D. G. Hebert, & A. Kertz-Welzel (Eds.), Patriotism and nationalism in music education. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing. 59-76.
Journal Article
Music education in Shanghai from 1895 to 1945: the cultural politics of singing.
Music Education Research, 14(2). 187-207. doi:10.1080/14613808.2012.685461
Journal Article
& W. W. Law. The cultural politics of introducing popular music into China's music education.
Popular Music & Society, 35(3). 399-425. doi:10.1080/03007766.2011.567916
Conference paper (July)
Contemporary issues in promoting popular music in school music education: The case of Shanghai, China.
Paper presented at the 8th Comparative Education Society of Asia (CESA) Biennial Conference, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
Conference paper (May)
A review of popular music and social change in China・s Shanghai.
Paper presented at the The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences, Osaka, Japan.

Dr. Chung D.
Journal Article
Keyboard music from France and the Low Countries.
Early Music. doi:10.1093/em/cas094
Journal Article
Couperin・s musical autobiography.
Early Music, 40(3), 502-503. doi:10.1093/em/cas086
Journal Article
Claude Benigne Balbastre (1727-1799); Pieces de Clavecin (1759).
Eighteenth-Century Music, 9(1), 144-146.
Conference paper (October)
Towards an interpretation of JS Bach・s Chromatic Fantasia.
Paper presented at The Performer・s Voice 2nd Symposium: Horizons Crossing Boundaries, YSTCM, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
Conference paper (March)
Some telling images of French baroque harpsichord music.
Paper presented at the 2012 Joint Meeting and Festival of the Midwestern and Southeastern Historical Keyboard Societies, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dr. Urrows D. F.
Review
Review on the book A critical history of new music in China, by C. C. Lam.
Chinese Cross Currents, 9(4), 158-163.
Journal Article
:The Music of Matteo Ricci・s Funeral.;
Chinese Cross Currents, 9(2), 104-115.

Dr. Winzenburg J.
Journal Article
Aaron Avshalomov and new Chinese music in Shanghai, 1931-1947.
Twentieth-Century China, 37(1), 50-72.
Journal Article
い郁擬岾Nyのy航梱^超維D (]qz 超).
いァ擬崗念|焦釜 , 2012(3), 37-47 & 56.
Chinese-English Translation
Traditional Chinese Music in a Changing Contemporary Society: A Field Report and Music Collection of the Quantou Village Music Association, Baiyangdian Lake Region, Hebei Province, by B. Zhang. (pp. 70-150)
Beijing: Central Conservatory of Music Press.
Conference paper (July)
Aaron Avshalamov's 'Chinese' dramatic works, 1925-49: Hybridization in colonial power relations.
Paper presented at the Third International Symposium of the ICTM Study Group for Musics of East Asia (MEA), Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Prof. Yang H. L.
Book Chapter
& C. McKinney. Hon-Lun Yang: An interview with Claire McKinney.
In M. Saffle, J. C. Tibbetts, & C. McKinney (Eds.). Liszt: A chorus of voices. Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon Press. 362-369
Journal Article
刻惨筬擬峺椹y困労.
擬妛礙s , 2012(5), 98-105.
Journal Article
The Shanghai Conservatory, Chinese musical life, and the Russian diaspora: 1927-1949.
Twentieth-Century China, 37(1), 73-95.
Conference papers (November)
  • From colonial modernity to global identity: the transculturation of the Shanghai Municipal Orchestra.
  • Patrolling the Chinese internet: Song censorship in 2011.
Papers presented at the American Musicological Society Annual Meeting (joint with the Society for Ethnomusicology and the Society for Music Theory), New Orleans, Louisiana.
Conference Paper (June)
・Heard Melodies・ and womanhood: Cover songs in Cantonese movies of the 1960s.
Paper presented at the 4th International Musicological Society "Music and Media" Study Group Conference, Universita di Torino, Turin.
For our scholars' activities before 2012, please click here to see their respective CVs