The Introduction distinguishes the modern Japanese composer from the performer-composer in the sphere of Japanese traditional music. The author situates herself in terms of experience and motivation and the book in terms of ethnomusicology. The discussion of modernity in the book is framed and affordance theory established as the analytic.
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