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"The preeminent journal in Early
Music research. New discoveries of musical sources, instruments and
documentation are regularly featured, and innovatory approaches to research and
performance are explored, often in collections of themed articles." CALL #Mus
Periodical ML5 .E18
"Published by the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music to provide a refereed
forum for scholarly studies of the musical cultures of the seventeenth century.
These include historical and archival studies, performance practice, music
theory, aesthetics, dance, and theater. JSCM also publishes critical reviews
and summary listings of recently published books, scores, and electronic media.
The journal started in 1995. All issues are at the URL."
premier journal in the field, publishes scholarship from all fields of musical inquiry: from
historical musicology, critical theory, music analysis, iconography and
organology, to performance practice, aesthetics and hermeneutics,
ethnomusicology, gender and sexuality, popular music and cultural studies. JAMS
is recognized for the breadth of its intellectual scope and its penetration in
the field-over 5,000 subscribers rely on JAMS to inform their scholarship. Each
issue includes articles, book reviews, and communications. The journal often
includes articles on Early Music topics." CALL # Mus Periodical ML1 .A512
"Addresses a conspicuous gap in
its field and serves as a prestigious forum for all eighteenth-century music
research. The aims of this dedicated journal are: to draw together disparate
areas of research, challenge accepted historical assumptions and adopt a broad
and interdisciplinary approach which will serve the whole eighteenth-century
music community." CALL # Mus
Periodical ML195 .E33
"Cvers the broad spectrum of musical life in Europe and the
Americas during the era of the "long century," ca. 1780-1920. The
journal embraces a wide variety of issues encompassing aesthetics,
hermeneutics, theory, analysis, performance practice, gender, sexuality,
reception, historiography, and more. We welcome considerations of works,
composers, styles, historical watersheds, cultural formations, musical
institutions, and ideas. Our aim is to publish contributions to ongoing
conversations at the leading edge of musical and multidisciplinary
scholarship." From summer 2001 to present online. 1977-2004 in print: CALL # Mus Periodical ML1 .N77.
Music Review. CALL # Mus Periodical ML5