University of Malaya Book Series on Research in Musicology is a collection of peer-reviewed papers by local and international scholars. This book aims to disseminate current research to both academicians and tertiary music students. Articles ranging from historical musicology, music technology, performance practice, music education, composition, ethnomusicology, music psychology and so forth grace the pages of our book series. In this series, our contributors are Emily Joy Rothchild, Ian S. Baxter, Agnes Ku Chun Moi, Jinky Jane Simeon, Andrew Poninting, Ahmad Faudzi Musib, Koo Siaw Sing, and Gisa Jähnichen, who are local and international researchers. Five articles featured in this series are in the field of ethnomusicology, music analysis and music technology: 1. “This sounds so exotic!” Teaching about the Representation of the Exotic through South Pacific. 2. An Analysis of Orang Sungai Music at Bukit Garam, Sandakan. 3. Back to Reality Complex Preservation Methods of Sound Production and its Environment in the Digital Era. 4. The History of Chinese Piano Music. 5. How Much “World“ is World Music?