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Jason Kao Hwang

Pan-Asian-American music

From the October, 2008 issue

There are currently two disparate trends in the practice of jazz and improvised music in our country. One is firmly committed to maintaining a strictly defined tradition and therefore requires long apprenticeship, now mainly done in schools. The second trend looks to the future and claims an openness to other cultures and other musics that seeks to embrace the

 
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