SELECTED PUBLICATIONS TERADA YOSHITAKA
Searching South Indian Society through Music: Being a Disciple and Researcher. Kyoto: Rinsen Shoten.
Ethnomusicology and Audiovisual Communication: Selected Papers from the MusiCam 2014 Symposium. Co-edited with E. Camara de Landa, L. D’Amico, and M. Isolabella. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid.
An Audiovisual Exploration of Philippine Music: The Historical Contribution of Robert Garfias (Senri Ethnological Reports 133). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
Music and Society in South Asia: Perspectives from Japan (Senri Ethnological Studies 71). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
Authenticity and Cultural Identity: Performing Arts in Southeast Asia (Senri Ethnological Reports 65). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
Transcending Boundaries: Asian Musics in North America (Senri Ethnological Reports 22). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
Audiovisual media and performing arts in danger. In Music as Heritage: Historical and Ethnographical Perspectives, edited by Barley Norton and Naomi Matsumoto. London: Routledge, 61-78.
Visiting Nepal after 34 years. In Asian-European Music Research E-Journal (AEMR-EJ)1, 29-36.
On making Drumming out a Message: Filmmaking and marginalized communities. In Ethnomusicology and Audiovisual Communication: Selected Papers from the MusiCam 2014 Symposium, edited by E. Camara de Landa, L. D’Amico, M. Isolabella and Terada Y.. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, 71-83.
Fusion music in South India. In This Thing Called Music: Essays in Honor of Bruno Nettl, edited by V. Levine and P. V. Bohlman. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 433-446.
The circular flow of South Indian music and dance. In Music and Minorities from Around the World, edited by U. Hemetek, E. Marks and A. Reyes. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 47-71.
Audiovisual ethnography of Philippine music: A process-oriented approach. In Humanities Diliman 10(1), 90-112.
Kulintang music and Filipino American identity. In Music and Minorities in Ethnomusicology, edited by U. Hemetek. Vienna: Department of Folk Music Research and Ethnomusicology at the University of Music and Performing Arts, 75-87.
Rooted as banyan trees: Eisa and the Okinawan diaspora in Japan. In Ethnomusicological Encounters with Music and Musicians: Essays in Honor of Robert Garfias, edited by T. Rice. Surrey: Ashgate, 233-247.
Temple music traditions in Hindu South India: Periya Melam and its performance practice. In Asian Music 39(2), 108-151.
Tamil isai as a challenge to Brahmanical music culture in South India. In Music and Society in South Asia: Perspectives from Japan, edited by Terada Y.. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, 203-226.
The rhythmic body in South Indian classical music. In Musicking and Body, edited by Yamada Y., 227-247. Kyoto: Showado.
Performing auspiciousness: Periya Melam music in South Indian marriage ceremony. In Wacana Seni (Journal of Arts Discourse) 4, 103-138.
Creating a Tradition in Taiko: New Music of Nikkei America. In Nikkei Amerikajin no Ayumi to Genzai, edited by Befu H.. Kyoto: Jinbun Shoin, 205-228.
Shifting identities of Taiko music in North America. In Transcending Boundaries: Asian Musics in North America, edited by Terada Y.. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, 37-60.
T. N. Rajarattinam Pillai and caste rivalry in South Indian classical music. In Ethnomusicology 44(3), 460-490.
“Asian music in a globalizing world.” Japan Echo 27(4): 55-9.
AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTIONS (selection)
Over the Arirang Pass: Zainichi Korean Music (76 minutes)
Revisiting Batulecaur after 34 Years: A Village of Musicians in Nepal (91 minutes)
Pancai Baja: An Instrumental Ensemble of Nepal (16 minutes)
Marriage Ceremony of Nepal (58 minutes)
Women in Red Sarees: Marriage Ceremony in Urban Nepal (29 minutes)
Marriage Ceremony of a Musician Caste in Western Nepal (28 minutes)
Music in the Life of Balbalasang: A Village in the Northern Philippines (26 minutes)
Sounds of Bliss, Echoes of Victory: A Kalinga Wedding in the Northern Philippines (27 minutes)
Guitars of Puerto Rico (66 minutes)
Guitars of Portugal (47 minutes)
Valencia’s Virgin Mary Festival and the Dolzaina (22 minutes)
Maranao Culture at Home and in Diaspora (34 minutes)
Kulintang: Gong Music from Mindanao in the Southern Philippines (22 minutes)
Angry Drummers: A Taiko Group from Osaka, Japan (85 minutes)
Taiko in North America (15 minutes)
Sbaek Thomm: The Large Shadow Puppet Theater of Cambodia (25 minutes, revised version)
Sbaek Tauch: The Small Shadow Puppet Theater of Cambodia (16 minutes)
Lkhaon Khaol: A Cambodian Mask Theater (16 minutes)
South Indian Hindu Weddings (28 minutes)
Samir Kurtov: A Zurna Player from Bulgaria (39 minutes)
Basavanna: Folk Cow Theater of South India (34 minutes)
Cambodian Minorities: Ritual and Gong Music (34 minutes)
Cambodian Minorities: Animal Sacrifice among Kreuong People (39 minutes)
Cambodian Minorities: Village Life (33 minutes).
Drumming out a Message: Eisa and the Okinawan Diaspora in Japan (75 minutes)
Eisa Drumming of Hamahiga Island: Bon Festival in Okinawa (85 minutes).
Brahma’s Arrow: An Episode from Cambodian Ramayana (143 minutes)
Master of Cambodian Shadow Puppet Play (40 minutes)
Sbaek Thomm: Complete Reamker Cycle (in 7 volumes, 16 hours)
A South Indian Dance across Time
Over the Arirang Pass: Zainichi Korean Music Today
Voices of Distant Memories: South Indian Classical Music
Multimedia Encyclopedia of the Minpaku Music Gallery
Gong Music of the Philippines
Turkish Music and Shadow Puppet Theater; Zurna Players of Bulgaria; Double-reed Instruments of Eastern Spain
South Indian Ritual and Music
Music of the Cambodian Minorities
Performing Arts of Cambodia