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The subject of this thesis is Balinese shadow puppet theatre. The author looks specifically at the role of the voice and vocal music by examining a wayang kulit performance held August 19, 1999 in Senganan, Bali. She also explores the role, responsibilities, and privileges of the dalang in the context of this ceremonial play.
Collier, Bethany, "Sound, Structure, and Meaning: Text and Music in Balinese Shadow Theatre" (2000). Fenwick Scholar Program. 20.