From Africa to India: Music of the Sidis and the Indian Ocean Diaspora (review)

@article{Maciszewski2005FromAT,
  title={From Africa to India: Music of the Sidis and the Indian Ocean Diaspora (review)},
  author={Amelia Maciszewski},
  journal={Asian Music},
  year={2005},
  volume={36},
  pages={132 - 135}
}
are more often than not younger performers with images and lifestyles more often a characteristic of performers in the popular music industry. While Tsugaru shamisen has its more traditional instrumental players in a genre that has in recent years transformed the world of Japanese music, albums like Beyond help move this ever-developing style of Japanese music into new areas of music creativity and contexts. This international release of a Japanese recording is one contribution from a younger… 

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