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Submissions from 2018

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Jacques Champion de Chambonnières. The Collected Works. Edited by Bruce Gustafson and Denis Herlin. 2 vols. The Art of the Keyboard 12. New York: The Broude Trust, 2017. [xlviii, 206 pp.; xiv, 272 pp. ISBN 978-0-8450-7605-7.], Daivd Chung

Submissions from 2017

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"Vande Mataram!": Constructions of gender and music in Indian nationalism, André J. P. Elias

Submissions from 2015

The Menetou manuscript: A study of styles and repertory for the harpsichord during late-seventeenth-century France, David Chung

Interpreting historical keyboard music: Sources, contexts and performance. Ed. by Andrew Woolley and John Kitchen, Yu Sum David Chung

Preferences for popular music in and outside school among Chinese secondary school students, Wai-Chung Ho

Popular music and school music education: Chinese students’ preferences and dilemmas in Shanghai, China, Wing-Wah Law and Wai-Chung Ho

Submissions from 2014

Keyboard music from France and the low countries, Yu Sum David Chung

A comparative study of the use of popular songs in school music education in Taiwan and Mainland China, Wai Chung Ho

Music education curriculum and social change: A study of popular music in secondary schools in Beijing, China, Wai-Chung Ho

Students' experiences with popular music: The case of Beijing, China, Wai-Chung Ho

Gender, popular music, and music learning in China's Shanghai, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Gender, popular music, and music learning in China’s Shanghai, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Music education and musical experiences in Hong Kong, Wing-Wah Law and Wai Chung Ho

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The bamboo organs of nineteenth-century Shanghai, David Francis Urrows

Teaching music history at Hong Kong Baptist University: Problem-based learning and outcome-based teaching and learning, Hon Lun Helan Yang

Submissions from 2013

French harpsichord vitality, David Chung

Behind the scenes of music education in China: A survey of historical memory, Wai-Chung Ho

Globalisation and localisation in music education in Hong Kong and Taiwan, Wai-Chung Ho

Heteroglossia and traditional vocal genres in Chinese–Western fusion concertos, John David Winzenburg

Navigating the fragrant musical harbour: Cultural identity and fusion concertos in 'postcolonial' Hong Kong, John David Winzenburg

Submissions from 2012

Couperin’s musical autobiography, Yu Sum David Chung

Music education in Shanghai from 1895 to 1945: The cultural politics of singing, Wai-Chung Ho

The cultural politics of introducing popular music into China's music education, Wai-Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Aaron Avshalomov and new Chinese music in Shanghai, 1931–1947, John Winzenburg

The Shanghai conservatory, Chinese musical life, and the Russian diaspora, 1927–1949, Hon Lun Helan Yang

对香港音乐话语的反思, Hon Lun Helan Yang

Submissions from 2011

Revisiting ‘Le bon goût’: Observations on the irregularities and inconsistencies in French harpsichord music 1650–1730, David Chung

A German keyboard compendium, Yu Sum David Chung

Parental support and student learning of musical instruments in Hong Kong, Wai Chung Ho

Music education in China: In search of social harmony and Chinese nationalism, Wing-Wah Law and Wai-Chung Ho

Submissions from 2010

French harpsichord collections, David Chung

Moral education in China’s music education: Dvelopment and challenges, Wai-Chung ho

Aesthetic and social aspects of emerging utopian musical communities, Michael Saffle and Hon Lun Helan Yang

Hildegard of Bingen on the sidewalks of New York, David Francis Urrows

The 12 girls band: Traditions, gender, globalization, and (inter) national identity, Hon Lun Helan Yang and Michael Saffle

Submissions from 2009

A Study of Hong Kong students' music participation in and out of school, Wai Chung Ho

The perception of music learning among parents and students in Hong Kong, Wai Chung Ho

The role of multimedia technology in a Hong Kong higher education music program, Wai Chung Ho

香港青少年學生的音樂參與: 對家長參與和支持之研究 = Parental involvement and support to musical participation: A study of Hong Kong students, Wai Chung Ho

Gender differences in instrumental learning among secondary school students in Hong Kong, Wai-Chung Ho

Social developments and school music education: The struggles in Hong Kong, Wai-Chung Ho

Sociopolitical culture and school music education in Hong Kong, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

The struggle between globalisation, nationalism and music education in Hong Kong, Wai-Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Parental involvement in and support for musical participation: A study of young Hong Kong students, Wing-Wah Law and Wai Chung Ho

Globalization, values education, and school music education in China, Wing-Wah Law and Wai-Chung Ho

Submissions from 2008

香港青少年與現代流行音樂 = Popular music among Hong Kong youth, Wai Chung Ho

Social change and political-cultural struggle in Hong Kong’s school music, Wing-Wah Law and Wai Chung Ho

Submissions from 2007

Music and cultural politics in Taiwan, Wai-Chung Ho

Music students’ perception of the use of multi-media technology at the graduate level in hong kong higher education, Wai-Chung Ho

Politics, culture, and school curriculum: The struggles in Hong Kong, Wai-Chung Ho

Students’ experience of music learning in Hong Kong’s secondary schools, Wai-Chung Ho

Students’ experiences with and preferences for using information technology in music learning in Shanghai’s secondary schools, Wai-Chung Ho

Submissions from 2006

Challenges to values education in Hong Kong school music education, Wai Chung Ho

Dynamics of social change and school music education in Shanghai, Wai Chung Ho

Popular culture in mainland Chinese education, Wai Chung Ho

The politics of implementing local cultures in music education in taiwan, Wai Chung Ho

Social change and nationalism in China's popular songs, Wai-Chung Ho

Challenges to globalisation, localisation and Sinophilia in music education: a comparative study of Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Students’ music experiences, society and culture: Music education in Shanghai, China, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Culture, music education and the state in Hong Kong and Taiwan in a global age, Wing-Wah Law and Wai Chung Ho

Submissions from 2004

A comparative study of music education in Shanghai and Taipei: Westernization and nationalization, Wai Chung Ho

A cross-cultural study of preferences for popular music among Hong Kong and Thailand youths, Wai Chung Ho

A historical review of popular music and social change in Taiwan, Wai Chung Ho

Attitudes towards information technology in music learning among Hong Kong Chinese boys and girls, Wai Chung Ho

Use of information technology and music learning in the search for quality education, Wai Chung Ho

Education and society in Japan and the people's republic of China: Comparative perspectives on national identity and national symbols, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Values, music and education in China, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Values education in Hong Kong school music education: A sociological critique, Wing-Wah Law and Wai-Chung Ho

Submissions from 2003

Democracy, citizenship and extra-musical learning in two Chinese communities: Hong Kong and Taiwan, Wai Chung Ho

Westernization and social transformations in Chinese music education, 1895-1949, Wai Chung Ho

Gender differences in instrumental learning, preferences for musical activities and musical genres: A comparative study on Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei, Wai-Chung Ho

Music education in Taiwan: The pursuit for 'local' and 'national' identity, Wing-Wah Law and Wai Chung Ho

Submissions from 2002

Musical behaviour of young Hong Kong students, Wai Chung Ho

Music education in Taiwan: The dynamics and dilemmas of globalization, localization and sinophilia, Wai Chung Ho and Wing-Wah Law

Submissions from 2001

Educational development according to quality, commercialisation and internationalisation: A study of music faculties at Hong Kong universities, Wai Chung Ho

Musical learning: Differences between boys and girls in Hong Kong Chinese co-educational secondary schools, Wai Chung Ho

Submissions from 2000

Political impact on curriculum content and musical meaning: Hong Kong secondary music education, 1949-1997, Wai Chung Ho

The political meaning of Hong Kong popular music: A review of sociopolitical relations between Hong Kong and the people's republic of China since the 1980s, Wai Chung Ho

Submissions from 1999

China recaptures Hong Kong: A study of change for music education, Manny Brand and Wai Chung Ho

Hong Kong secondary music education: Political transition and civic education, Wai Chung Ho

The sociopolitical transformations and Hong Kong secondary music education: Politicization, culturalization, and marketization, Wai Chung Ho