Dr Hong-Yu Gong

Senior Lecturer
Language Studies
Location: Building 170, Room 1083

Qualifications

PhD in Asian Studies.,MA.,PG Dip Arts, BA, CLTA

Publications

Gong, H. (2016). Jack Body - The China Connection. Renmin yinyue People's Music (Vol. 4).

Gong, H. (2016). An Accidental Musicologist --Wang Guangqi 王光祈(1892-1936) and Sino-German Cultural Interaction in the 1920s and 1930s. M. Münning, J-M. Perkuhn, J. Sturm, Bonn, Germany.

Gong, H-Y. (2016). Music to Teach and Transform. Journal of Music in China (Vol. 6(1)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3706

Gong, H. (2015). Disseminating Chinese Music in New Zealand - Jack Body and China, 1985-2015. International Symposium:Global Perspectives of Chinese Music in the Internet Age, Ningbo University, Zhejiang, China.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3554

Gong, H. (2015). Musical Education at the Dengzhou Boys' School and the Work of Julia B. Mateer. Journal of Music in China (Vol. 5 (1)).

Gong, H. (2015). "The Last Remaining Pupil of Beethoven": Anton de Kontski and His Concerts in China, 1895-1897. Ningbo University, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China.

Gong, H., & Vogel, S. (2015). Maurice Courant and the Study of Chinese Music in Early 20th Century France - The Case of Essai historique sur la musique classique des Chinois. Yinyue yanjiu Music Research (Vol. 4).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3446

Gong, H. (2015). Exhibiting China: The Chinese Maritime Customs and the Representation of Chinese Music at the 1884 London International Health Exhibition. Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music (Vol. 2).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3445

Gong, H. (2015). Public Lecture: Beginnings of Beethoven in Shanghai 1861-1880. Graduate School of Musicology, Taiwan National University, Taipei, Taiwan.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3480

Gong, H. (2015). Jack Body and China, 1986-2015. Body Music 2015 - Jack Body Cross-Cultural Music Conference (Zhejiang Conservatory of Music), Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.

Gong, Hong-yu. (2015). Variations of Imperial Diasporas. Tang Yating, CHIME-Journal of European Foundation of Chinese Music (Vol. 20).

Gong, H. (2015). More than a bridge builder. J. Shennan, G. Whitehead and S. Askew. Wellington, New Zealand.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3054

Gong, H. (2014). From Cantonese Goldminers to Tan Dun The Transmission of Chinese Musical Culture in New Zealand. Journal of Xinhai Conservatory of Music (Vol. 3(136)).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3063

Gong, H. (2014). Tanabe Hisao's Ethnomusicological Work in Korea, Taiwan and the Chinese Mainland and Its Significance. Zhongguo yinyue (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2014). Chinese Music and Musical Practice in the Eyes of Western Travellers to China. Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research) (Vol. 4).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3061

Gong, H. (2014). Review of The Idea of Chinese Music in Europe Up to the Year 1800. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies (Vol. 16(1)).

Gong, H. (2014). Church activities in the life of foreign residents in Shanghai's International Settlement and the French Concession, 1843-1911. Yinyue Yishu (Vol. 2).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3062

Gong, H. (2013). Imparting China: Some Reflections on Five Decades of Chinese Language Teaching in New Zealand. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Chinese Language Pedagogy. Chengdu: Sichuan University Press.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2770

Gong, Hong-yu (2013). Protestant Missionaries and School Music Education in Late Qing China. CHIME-Journal of European Foundation for Chinese Music Research, ISSN 0926-7263 (Vol. 18/19).

Gong, H. (2013). Review of Liu Zaisheng's Collected Essays on Music and History (2012). People's Music (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2013). Chinese Music in a Global Perspective. Beijing, Central Conservatory of Music.

Gong, H. (2013). Marquis Tseng and the Earliest Chinese National Anthems: Hoa Tchou Ko, and Poo Ten Loh, or The World's Delight.". Musicology in China (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2013). Chinese music as seen by European missionaries and travelers (1573-1911). Beijing, China Conservatory of Music.

Gong, H. (2013). European Studies of Chinese Music in the Nineteenth Century. Sichuan Conservatory of Music, Chengdu, China.

Gong, H. (2013). Protestant Missionaries and Chinese Music: The Case of George T. Lay (1800-1845). Chinese Music (Vol. 1).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2623

Gong, H., and Wen, Y. (2013). Louis Laloy and His La Musique Chinoise. Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music (Vol. 3).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2620

Gong, H. (2013). The Unlikely Cultural Ambassadors: Chinese Goldminers and Music Making on the Otago Goldfields. Journal of Xinghai Conservatory of Music (Vol. 4).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2624

Gong, H. (2013). Misreading, Omission and Exaggeration in Studies of Sino-Western Musical Interaction - The Case of Molihua. Music Research (Vol. 1).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2621

Gong, H. (2013). Missionaries and Chinese Gongche Notation. Explorations in Music (Vol. 1).
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2622

Gong, H. (2013). European Encounters of Chinese Music (1644-1928). Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou, China.

Gong, Hong-yu (2012). Review of Music in Ancient China: An Archaeological and Art Historical Study of Strings, Winds, and Drums during the Eastern Zhou and Han Periods (770 BCE - 220 CE) by Ingrid Furniss. Journal of Xinghai Conservatory of Music (Vol. No. 128 (Sum., 2012)).

Gong, H. (2012). Review article of Louis Laloy (1874-1944) on Debussy, Ravel, and Stravinsky by Deborah Priest (Asgate, 1999). Huangzhong - Journal of the Wuhan Conservatory of Music (Vol. No. 3).

Gong, H. (2012). John Fryer and the Introduction of Tonic Sol-fa in China. Journal of the Nanjing Arts Institute (Vol. 3).

Gong, H. (2012). Enabling the Disabled: Missionaries and their efforts to educate the Chinese blind. Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music (Vol. No. 1).

Gong, H. (2012). Joseph Edkins (1823-1905) and the Education of People with Blindness in Late Qing China. Yinyue yanjiu (Vol. No. 2).

Gong, H. (2012). Chinese Music in New Zealand - Past, Present and Future. Fujian College of Music, International Conference for the Propagation of Chinese National Music in the World.

Gong, H. (2011). Review of Lives in Chinese Music, edited by Helen Rees, University of Illinois Press. 2009. Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research) (Vol. 2).

Gong, H. (2011). Review of The People's Artist - Prokofiev's Soviet Years, by Simon Morrison, Oxford University Press, 2008. Huangzhong- Journal of the Wuhan Conservatory of Music (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2011). Review of A History of Chinese Christian Hymnody by Hsie Fang-Lan (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2009). Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music (Vol. 2).

Gong, H. (2011). Robert Hans van Gulik and Chinese music. Lin Chen ed., Qinxue liushi nian lunwen ji (Collection of Essays on the Study of the Qin from the last sixty years), Beijing: Wenhua yishu chubanshe (Vol. 2).

Gong, H. (2011). "Storm" in Shanghai: Ethnicity and Self-Exoticism in China's Entertainment Industry. "Cool New Asia: Asian Popular Culture in a Local Context", (25-26 November 2011, Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand).

Gong, H. (2011). Protestant Missionaries and School Music Education in Late Qing China - The Case of Julia B. Mateer. CHIME (Vol. 18-19).

Gong, H. (2011). Yang Yinliu de chuanjiaoshi laoshi (The Missionary who "discovered" Yang Yinliu). Zhongguo yinyue xue (Musicology in China), 1003-0042 (Vol. 102).

Gong, H. (2011). To Sing for the Nation: Japan, School Song and the Forging of A New National Citizenry in Late Qing China, 1895-191. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 13, Number 2, pp. 36-51.

Gong, H. (2011). Westerners and Chinese Music: The Cases of Robert Hans van Gulik, Laurence Ernest Rowland Picken, and Fritz A. Kuttner. Journal of the Tianjin Conservatory of Music (ISSN 1008-2530), No. 3, pp. 53-64, 83.

Gong, H. (2011). Hymnbooks in the Microfilms of the Harvard-Yenching Collection of Protestant Missionary Works in Chinese - A Preliminary Study. Journal of the Wuhan Conservatory of Music, No. 3, pp. 323-329, 364.

Gong, H. (2011). An orientalist gaze or a genuine appreciation? _ Westerners' encounters in Chinese music in the 1920s and 1930s. Journal of Tianjin Conservatory of Music, ISSN 1008-2523 (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2011). Liang Qichao, Japan and the Use of Military Songs in the Forging of a New People. The 19th New Zealand Asian Studies Society International Conference (Massey University, Palmerston North, 2- 4 July 2011), https://eiconferences.massey.ac.nz/ei/viewpdf.esp?id=41&file=c:Eventwindocspdf zasiaFinal00028.pdf.

Gong, H. (2010). Chin-Hsin Chen and the Publication of The Flower Drum and Other Chinese Songs in The United States of America in 1943. Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music (Vol. 4).

Gong, H. (2010). "Zhonghua zhishifengzhi de dianfan, Shaonian Zhongguo jingshen de huashen_Shaonian Zhongguo xuehui huiyuan yanzhong de Wang Guangqi" (Embodying the Young China Ideal: Wang Guangqi in the Eyes of the Members of the Young China Association). Yinyue tansuo (Journal of the Sichuan Conservatory of Music), ISSN1004-2172 (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2010). "Xiaositakeweiqi shengqian shenhou" (Art and Ideology - The Shostakovich Saga). Huangzhong (Journal of the Wuhan Conservatory of Music), ISSN 1003-7721 (Vol. 95).

Gong, H. (2010). Recent Western Scholarship on Chinese Rituals and Ritual Performances. Yearbook of Chinese Music, 2006, ISBN 978-7-5039-3747-1.

Gong, H. (2010). "Xifang ershi shiji yinyue yanjiu shumu juyao" (A survey of Western literature on twentieth-century music) Part 2. Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research), Issn: 0512-7939 (Vol. 142).

Gong, H. (2010). "Xifang ershi shiji yinyue yanjiu shumu juyao" (A survey of Western literature on twentieth-century music) part 1,. Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research), Issn: 0512-7939 (Vol. 141).

Gong, H. (2010). "Qian Deming, Zhu Zaiyu yu Zhongguo liyi yuewu zhi xijian" (Jean Joseph-Marie Amiot, Prince Zhu Zaiyu and Chinese Ritual Dances in Europe: Reflections on Recent Publications Concerning Music and Ritual in Cultural Exchange between China and Europe). Zhongyang yinyue xueyuan xuebao (Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music), ISSN:1001-9871 (Vol. 2).

Gong, H. (2010). "To Sing for the Nation: Japan, School Songs and the Forging of A New National Citizenry in Late Qing China, 1891-1911". The Association for Asia Studies Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA, 25-28 March 2010.

Gong, H. (2010). "Japan, School Songs and the Making of A New National Citizenry in Late Qing China". Constructing China's Nationhood-Music and Transmission in East Asia, University of Hong Kong, April 2010.

Gong, H. (2009). "Du Jiade de yuelishu xilie yu xiyang yueli zhi dongchuan": Carstairs Douglass and the Introduction of Music Pedagogy in Late Qing China. Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research), ISSN0512-7939 (Vol. 1 Spring).

Gong, H. (2009). The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century. Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research) (Vol. 138).

Gong, H. (2009). Most German of the Arts: Musicology and Society from the Weimer Republic to the End of Hitler's Reich. Potter, P. Yunyue yishu (Vol. 2).

Gong, H. (2009). To Sing the Praise of the Lord: Prostestant Missionaries and Music Pedagogy in Nineteenth-centry China, presented at "East Meets West--Sino-Western Musical Relations / Intersections / Receptions" (April 16-19, 2010 Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong). East Meets West: International Conference in Music.

Gong, H. (2009). The Chinese Cultural Revolution: A History. Clark, P. Huangzhong (Journal of the Wuhan Conservatory of Music) (Vol. 2).

Gong, H. (2008). The portrayal of Japanese in contemporary Chinese films. Shanghai Forum for Film Studies.

Gong, H. (2008). Wang guangqi yu ruoying. Zhongyang Yinyue Xueyuan Xuebao (Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music), ISSN:1001-9871 (Vol. 4 Winter).

Gong, H. (2008). Music, nationalism and the search for modernity in China - 1911-1949. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies (Vol. 10. 2).

Gong, H. (2008). 'Chuanjiaoshi yu Zhongguo yinyue' (Missionary pragmatism and Chinese music - The case of Edward Soothill). Huangzhong (Journal of the Wuhan Conservatory of Music), ISSN 1003-7721 (Vol. 1 Spring).

Gong, H. (2008). Zhongguo jindai yinyue sixiang yanjiu. Feng, C. Yinyue Yanjiu (Vol. 128).

Gong, H. (2008). Evolution and Orientation- Studies of Modern Chinese Music in the West in the Last Two Decades. Stagecraft, ISSN1009-766X (Vol. 6).

Gong, H. (2007). "Jidujiao chuanjiaoshi yu Zhongguo xuexiao yinyue jiaoyu zhi kaichuang" (Christian missionaries and the beginnings of modern music teaching in Chinese schools). Yinyue Yanjiu (Music Research), ISSN0512-7939. Nos 124 & 125, pp. 5-17; 40-46. (Vol. 124).

Gong, H. (2007). Picken he ta de Zhongguo yinjiu from microbiology to musicology: Laurence Ernest Rowland Picken (1909-2007) and his scholarly works on medieval Chinese court music. Zhongyang yinyue xue xuebao (Journal of the Central Conservatory of Music), ISSN:1001-9871 (Vol. 109).

Gong, H. (2007). Missionary pragmatism and Chinese music: The case of William Edward Soothill. 17th New Zealand Asian Studies Society International Conference.

Gong, H. (2007). "Jidujiao chuanjiaoshi yu zhongguo xuexiao yinyue jiaoyu zhi kaichuang: Xuexiao yinyue de zhidu hua" (Missionaries and the beginnings if modern music teaching in Chinese schools: The institutionalisation of music teaching). Yinyue Yanjiu (Music Research), ISSN0512-7939 (Vol. 125).

Gong, H. (2007). Music for the nation: Chinese reformers and the beginnings of Western music in China. 26th Asia Pacific Festival and Conference.

Gong, H. (2007). Encounters in ethnomusicology: A memoir. Nettl, B. Yinyue Yishu (Musical Art) (Vol. 1).

Gong, H. (2006). Rhapsody in red: How Western classical music became Chinese. Melvin, Sheila, Cai, and Jindong, Zhongguo Yinyue Xue (Musicology in China) (Vol. 85).

Gong, H. (2006). Missionaries, Reformers, and the Beginnings of Western Music in Late Imperial China (1839-1911). Doctoral Thesis, The University of Auckland.

Gong, H. (2005). Dai cuilun. In K.-H. Han (Ed.), Yinyue yanjiu (Music Research) (pp. 121-123).

Gong, H. (2005). Wang Guangqi yu Deguo hanxuejie (A Confucian in a foreign land: Wang Guangqi and German sinologists of the 1920's and 1930's). Zhongguo yinyuexue (Musicology in China) (2), 75-86.

Lee, H., & Gong, H. (2005). Musical paintings in a fourth century Korean tomb. Part II. Huangzhong (Yellow Bell: Journal of Wuhan Conservatory of Music) (1), 111-114.

Gong, H. Y. (2004). A Confucian in a foreign land: Wang Guangqi and German sinologists of the 1920s and 1930s. Presented to the Annual Conference of Historians of Chinese Music and Culture, 8-11 October, Huang Chow, China.

Gong, H. Y. (2004). Early missionary efforts to translate concepts of Western music into Chinese and Chinese musical terms into English. Presented to the International Conference: Missionaries & Translation: Sino-Western cultural exchanges in early modern times (1840-1950), 23-25 May, Beijing, China.

Gong, H. Y. (2004). Annotated Chinese Translation of Lee Hye-Ku, 'The mural of playing music in the Anyue Tomb No. 3 in Korea. Huangzhong: Journal of Wuhan Conservatory of Music, 4, 111-114.

Gong, H. Y. (2004). Book review: Pianos and politics in China: Middle-class ambitions and the struggle over Western music, by R. C. Kraus. Musicology in China, 74, 138-141.

Gong, H.-Y. (2003). Book review: Yellow Music: Media Culture and Colonial Modernity in the Chinese Jazz Age, by A. F. Jones (Duke University Press, 2001). Music Research (4), 85-88.

Gong, H. (2002). Studies made by Korean and Western scholars on ancient Chinese music spread in Korea. Musicology in China, 3, 93-104.