The publishers work is done and final corrections are only a few to do.

The content of the next issue will be:


  • Sebastian Hachmeyer Introduction: Surmounting Physical Distance & Celia Fritze-Nabjinsky
  • Muhammad As‘ad, Dadi Darmadi & Anne, K. Rasmussen
    Islamic Music and Qur’anic Arts in the Time of the Corona Pandemic: Collaborative Research and Virtual Ethnography “in” Indonesia .
  • Trisnasari Fraser, Jane W. Davidson & Alexander Hew Dale Crooke
    Intercultural Music Engagement over Electronic Bridges: Online Ethnography and Actions Research during COVID-19 Lockdown .
  • Jessica Schwartz
    “Music as Method” in Marshallese Communitydriven Research and Outreach during the COVID-19 Pandemic .
  • Andrew Gumataotao
    Fieldwork through Filmmaking: Listening toNarrative Medicine in “Tåhdong Marianas” .
  • William Donnie Scally:
    Music and Sound in Toyama City Up-close an from Afar: A Close Reading of Online Materials Informed by In-person Experience .

Book Reviews

Birgitta Johnson Melvin
L. Butler, Island Gospel: Pentecostal Music and Identity in Jamaica and the United States. University of Illinois Press. (2019) .

Hui-Ping Lee Joanne Miyang Cho (ed.), Musical Entanglements between Germany and East Asia Transnational Affinity in the 20th and 21st Centuries. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (2021) .

Lennart Ritz Patrick Brennan, Ways & Sounds. Inquiries, Interconnections, Contours. New York: Arteidolia Press. (2021) . 183