8.5 x 11.75", 251 pp., 221 color plates and 221 b/w illustrations, text in Chinese and English captions, cloth, d.j., slipcase, Beijing, 2000. This volume is a survey of ancient Chinese bronze bells from the Song dynasty to the Qing. These are not bells excavated from tombs, but those found...
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6 x 9", 30 pp. text plus 24 pages of musical scores, 3 b/w plates, footnotes, text in German, bound in boards, Leipzig, 1910. (o.p.; pen marks on title page, library stamp imprint top corner of title page, title label front cover, clear tape over spine, some wear to corners)...
Foreign Language Press. 9 x 10.25", approx. 60 pp., profusely illustrated, some in color, d.j., paper, Peking, 1957. (o.p.; vg). Includes a variety of Chinese folk dances, Miaos, Korean and a Tibetan Cavalry Dance.
A. S. Barnes and Co. 8.5 x 11", 118 pp., b/w frontispiece(loose), 15 b/w illustrations, cloth, New York, 1930. (o.p.; pen mark front endpaper, bumped corners, some soiling to cover). Includes the dances of India, Tibet, Sri Lanka, Burma and America.
Culture and Art Publishing House. 7.25 x 10.25", 144 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Beijing, 1991. (o.p.; near fine). This small booklet introduces Chinese musicology by way of theory and practice.
Culture and Art Publishing House. This small booklet introduces Chinese musicology by way of theory and practice. This is the second volume of the seasonal publication.
7 x 9.5", 450 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Hong Kong, 1992. (o.p., sample stamp on the title page, near fine). 20 articles on Chinese music history from 1885-1990.
Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1997. Softcover. 9.5 x 11", 311 pp., 200 exhibits illustrated, mostly in color, paper, Sydney, 1997. (as new, sl bumped lower spine). Music and dance, the subject most prevalent and so important in Indian art, plays the central role in this breathtaking exhibition: Dancing...
5 x 8.3", 620 pp., some b/w illustrations, text in Burmese, hardcover, Yangon, 1980. (some wear and browning).
Art Media Resources, Inc. Hardcover. 8.6 x 11.2", 257 pp., 71 color and 139 b/w illustrations, cloth, d.j., Chicago, 2000. This volume touches all aspects of Indian dance spanning from the traditional to futuristic. It blends analysis and interpretation and offers a bracing perspective on how classical dance has taken...
6 x 9.5", 119 pp., b/w illustrations, paper, Paris, 1911. (o.p.; clear tape over weak spine, bumped corners, some browning).
New York: 1913. 5.5" x 8.25", vii, 103 pp. text and 8 plates with 1 in color, notes, bibliography, hardcover, New York, 1913. (o.p.; peeling spine, slight wear to corners of the book, text fine).
9 x 12", 96 pp., numerous color illustrations, text in Chinese, paper, Hong Kong, 2001. Chinese music has a long and splendid history. Among the important sources for historical study, aside from musical instruments and other artifacts, are musical documents, and material on the life and works of musicians and...
7.25 x 10.25", 290 pp., 23 color plates, b/w illustrations and figures, text in Chinese, paper, Beijing, 2010. In this publication, the intricacies of Han dynasty era song and dance are explored through ancient artifacts unearthed throughout China. Through the examination of Han era instruments, sculpture, games and more, the...
11.5 x 11.5", 256 pp., fully illustrated in color， some double folded, text in Chinese, cloth spine, pictorial boards, slipcase, Beijing, 2011. **Due to its size and weight, the shipping cost is $9.95(USA address) and $59.95 (non-USA address). This volume features the famous Palace Museum collection of Chinese Qin. Here...
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Nihon no Bijutsu 日本の美術. 7.3 x 9", 106 pp., numerous color and b/w illustrations, text in Japanese, paper, Tokyo, 1976. (o.p.; some wear).
Frits Knuf B.V. 6 x 8.5", 127 pp., bibliography, appendix, paper, Netherlands, 1978. (o.p.; fine). Contents: Part One: History and Analysis Part Two: An anthology of Shamisen Kumiuta.
University of California Press. 8.6 x 11.2", 493 pp., numerous text figures, appendices, notes, bibliography, index, cloth, Berkeley, 1973. (o.p.; some wear to upper spine, light soiling to top edges).
6 x 8.5", 638 pp., some b/w illustrations, text in Burmese, hardboard, Rangoon, 1967. (o.p.; browning, some foxing and tears on a few last pages). This is an account of three modern masters of classical Burmese dance. Includes illustrations and biographical information.
St. Martin's Press. 8.75 x 11", 2nd ed., 116 pp., profusely illustrated with b/w illustrations and line drawings, index, cloth, d.j., New York, 1983. (o.p.; near fine).
Columbia University Press. 5.5 x 8.5", xl, 181 pp., frontispiece map, 13 b/w illustration, notes, cloth, d.j., New York, 1985. (o.p.; sl wear to d.j., inscription on front end paper, text near fine). Edited by Barbara Stoler and Mildred Archer.
6.25 x 9.75", 244 pp., some b/w illustrations, paper, London, 1993. A compilation of papers presented at a symposium on Indonesian performing arts held in 1990 at the SOAS, London.
Japan Travel Bureau. 5 x 7.5", first edition, xii, 164 pp., color frontispiece, b/w photographs, index, cloth, d.j., Tokyo, 1964. (o.p.; ex libris bookplate, rubbed d.j. back, text vvg to near fine).
Oxford University Press. 7.5 x 10.25", 2nd edition, xviii, 162 pp., 33 color illustrations, 25 b/w illustrations, 8 figures, glossary, bibliography, index, endpaper map, pictorial boards, d.j., New York, 1995. (o.p.; sl wear to d.j., text near fine). This is an updated edition of the classic history of Balinese dance...
Munshiram Manoharial. 5.5 x 8.5", reprint of 1977 ed., 82 pp., 7 b/w illustrations, index, cloth, d.j., New Delhi, 1995. This volume traces the most popular and common term 'raga', its origin, techniques and also the course of its development from the Vedic period to this modern age of science.