Frederick Lau, is an active ethnomusicologist, flutist, and conductor throughout Europe, Asia, and the US. A musician of diverse musical interests, Lau received a masters and doctoral degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a performance diploma from the London Guildhall School of Music.
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Dr. Fred Lau with the UH Chinese Ensemble at the Doris Duke Theater in Honolulu In the field of ethnomusicology, he was and continues to be a name known around the world. Probably most known for authoring Music in China for Oxford’s Global Music series, he also started UH Press’s series Music and Performing Arts of Asia and the Pacific .
Frederick LAU is an ethnomusicologist, flutist, and conductor whose scholarly interests include a broad range of topics in Chinese, Western, and Asian music and cultures. He has published widely on issues related to music and identity, nationalism, modernization, politics, globalization, diaspora, musical hybridity as well as Western avant-garde music.
Apr 10, 2017 · He is currently the chair and professor of ethnomusicology and director of the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. About the Asian Studies Program: The Asian Studies Program draws on the strength of faculty both in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and in other colleges on campus to provide resources and training in Asian languages, cultures, history, politics, and economics.
by Frederick Lau. On Music and Values in Gujarati Western India by Gordon R. Thompson. The Wolf and Man/Bear: Public and Personal Symbols in a Tlingit Drum by Maria P. Williams. reviews. Theology and Music at the Early University: The Case of Robert Grosseteste and Anonymous IV by Nancy van Deusen reviewed by John Morgan O’Connell
Frederick Lau, Chair and Professor of Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, Chinese University of Hong Kong; formerly Professor of Music and Director of the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. Hosted by UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music: Department of Ethnomusicology. Conference Registration.
LAC Chair: Frederick Lau Theme: Decolonizing Ethnomusicology ( Program , Abstracts ) Topics: 1) Music, sexuality and the body, 2) Migration and movement, with special reference to Asia and the Pacific, 3) Diaspora studies, 4) Confluences of music and dance, 5) Asian and Pacific music masters: An ethnomusicology of the individual, 6) Music and Islam, 7) Music and indigenous politics
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Professor Frederick Lau. Music 407. 23 June 2014. Hip-Hop Music. This research paper will be discussing the origins and development of hip-hop music, some of the characteristics that define hip-hop as a musical genre, and the social significance of hip-hop from its creation up until current day. The purpose of this paper is to inform and enhance the understanding of hip-hop music, drawing connections between musical stylistic origins and social influence throughout history on hip-hop music ...
Frederick Lau is an Associate Professor of Music at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. ... #404 in Ethnomusicology (Books) #731 in Music Appreciation (Books) #1,757 ...