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The successor to the journal "Music Review", "Nineteenth-Century Music Review" aims to locate music within the widest possible framework of intellectual activity pertaining to the long nineteenth century (c.1789-1914). It particularly welcomes interdisciplinary scholarship that explores music within the context of other artistic and scientific discourses. Articles with fine visual or iconographic content are encouraged, as are those rich in musically illustrative material. Articles accepted for publication will reflect a diversity of critical viewpoints. All material submitted for consideration will receive open-minded editorial attention, and works, once accepted for peer review, will proceed anonymously to at least two readers (one from the editorial board, the other external to it). Books and music will be reviewed extensively in each issue with the particular aim of extending awareness of music literature into extra-musical disciplines. "Nineteenth-Century Music Review" is published by Ashgate in association with the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Music at Durham University, UK.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 354 g
Dimensions: 244 x 169 mm
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