Greek and Roman Musical Studies. Edited by Andrew Barker. Brill. Published semiannually. Vol. 1, Issue 1 (2013). ISSN 2212-974X (print), 2212-9758 (electronic). Print and online format. Subscriptions or inquiries: Brill (www.brill.com/publications/journals/greek-and-roman-musical-studies). Phone: 671-263-2323. E-mail: email@example.com. [pounds sterling]74.00 individual print subscription, [pounds sterling]165.00 institutional print subscription, [pounds sterling]180.00 institutional electronic and print subscription, [pounds sterling]150.00 institutional electronic-only subscription. Ulrich's; in addition, the journal is classified as a "secondary journal" in RILM, meaning that articles are selectively indexed and abstracted depending on the nature of their content. It is not currently indexed in the Music Index, IIMP, or JSTOR.
JARED COWLING California State University, Northridge
Reviews, new titles, and publisher and title changes announced elsewhere in this column include additional comments about electronic access.
Approaches: Music Therapy 8c Special Music Education (http://approaches.primarymusic.gr; ISSN: 1791-9622), is a biannual, open-access, peer-reviewed, bilingual (Greek and English), journal published by the Greek Association of Primary Education Teachers. It is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals. Edited by Giorgos Tsiris, the "vision of Approaches is the systematic development and advancement of scientific dialogue, as well as the informing of a broader audience through the publication of articles and research relevant to music therapy." Articles may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the Field (http://www.folkways.si.edu /magazine) is a new series of multimedia reports published by Smithsonian Folkways and the Society for Ethnomusicology. The reports include audio and video recordings, photographs, and narratives to reflect music and social issues around the world. The first report is "Carnival of Memory: Songs of Protest and Remembrance in the Andes," written by University of California Riverside's Jonathan Ritter. From the Field is peer-reviewed by an editorial committee and information for authors is on the homepage.
International Journal of Contemporary Composition (IJCC) (http://www.lijournalcc.com; ISSN: 2304-409), is a triannual, open-access, peer-reviewed, multilingual (English, German, and Italian), journal published by the International Association for Academic Research. It is currently indexed in RILM, but not the Directory of Open Access Journals or Ulric II's. Each issue includes research articles and scores with performing instructions, and mp3 files. Authors are encouraged to submit articles on a wide range of music including pedagogy, musical technology, algorithmic music composition, and music in medication. The editors may be reached at ijournalcc@ gmail.com and potential authors should heed the article processing charge for accepted materials.
Journal of Music, Technology and Education (JMTE) (http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view/journalid--152; ISSN: 1752-7066), is a print and online, peer-reviewed, triannual journal published by Intellect. Articles on the "educational aspects of music technology and the technological aspects of music" appear in English and are indexed in EBSCOhost databases. The international editorial board is led by Andrew King (email@example.com).
Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals (Online) (1766-1962) (Repertoire International de la Presse Musicale [RIPM]). Coverage updates include full-text titles in the RIPM Online Archive of Music Periodicals: Musical World (London, 1836-1865), The Baton (New York, 1922-1932), Musikalisches Centralblatt (Leipzig, 1881-1884), Boccherini (Florence, 1862-1882), and Musical Review, and Record of Musical Science, Literature and Intelligence (New York, 1838-1839). In the Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals (online) new full-text tides have been added: Saroni's Musical Times (New York, 18491852), The Musical Times (New York, 1851-1852), Musicae musicisti (Milan, 1902-1905), Kritische Briefe iiber die Tonkunst (Berlin, 1759-1763), and La revue musicale de France (Paris, 1946-1947). The print edition of Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals has added the full-text of La revue musicale (Paris, 1920-1940). To date, RIPM has indexed 201 music periodicals and created 705,000 annotated citations.
RELM has launched Retrospective Abstracts of Music Literature, similar in scope to RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, but covering music material published before 1967. The abstracts include 20,000 records including music-related articles published in conference proceedings from 1835 through 1966 as well as articles published in Festschriften honoring music scholars, from 1840 through 1966.
TITLE, FREQUENCY, AND PUBLISHER CHANGES; CESSATIONS
Music Therapy Today (ISSN 1610-191X), published by the Universitat Witten (Germany), ceased publication in 2007.
SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES
American Music Vol. 30, No. 3 (2012): On Stephen Foster. Co-edited by Mariana Whitmer and Deane Root, this issue offers revisions of 7 articles presented at a 2010 Stephen Foster Symposium. The editors .comment that these essays "contribute particularly to our understanding of Foster's reception and influence in American and Japanese popular culture and education from Foster's own lifetime to the present."
Asian Music Vol. 44, No. 2 (July 2013): Constructing Genre in Indonesian Popular Music: From Colonized Archipelago to Contemporary World Stage. Co-edited by Jeremy Wallach and Esther Clinton, this issue "considers how current directions reflect and inform cultural flows that are both regional and global, referencing colonial and post-colonial historical events." Articles focus on such topics as fusion musics, dangdut, and indie bands in Bali and Java.
Computer Music Journal Vol. 37, No. 1 (2013): Special Issue on Spatiali7ation. Two of the articles won awards at the 2012 Sound and Music Computing Conference in Copenhagen, but all articles relate to spatialization and music information retrieval. The issue also features festival and book reviews.
Computer Music Journal Vol. 37, No. 2 (2013): Timing and Synchronization in Performance. This tide includes the Best Paper from the 2012 International Computer Music Conference held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Other articles tackling the theme approach timing from both practical and philosophical viewpoints, and the issue also includes sound recording, conference, and book reviews.
Cambridge Opera Journal Vol. 25, No. 2 ( July 2013): Special Issue on Opera Reception. Edited by Roberta Montemorra Marvin, this issue "adds to the growing body of scholarship that seeks to understand more broadly and more deeply the reception histories of operatic works." Five research articles examine works by Wagner, Massenet, Gounod, Vera and Puccini.
Circuit, musique contemporaines Vol. 23, No. 1 (2013): "La musique des objets." This issue, entirely in French, "explores the universe of musicians working on the Quebec, Canadian, and international stage, who make music with everyday objects." Edited by Jonathan Goldman, the title also includes performance reviews.
Contemporary Music Review Vol. 31, Nos. 5-6 (2013): Special Double Issue on Music and Philosophy. This issue "assembles 10 articles that examine the functional place of music in contemporary philosophy of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries" and was edited by Martin Scherzinger. Individual articles provide insight into musical writings by philosophers and are written by American scholars of music and philosophy.
Current Research In Jazz Vol. 4 (2012): Festschrift for Dan Morgenstern, on the occasion of his retirement after thirty-five years as director of the Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies. The issue includes a dozen research articles and a bibliography of articles that Morgenstern edited for Down Beat magazine.
Early Music Vol. 41, No. 1 (February 2013): Special 40th Anniversary Issue. Articles celebrate the history of the journal, including changes in editorial processes and recognize other 40th anniversaries including the music ensembles of Christopher Hogwood, Trevor Pinnock, and Andrew Parrot. Book, music, and recording reviews complete the issue.
Early Music Vol. 41, No. 2 (May 2013): Dowland Anniversary. Edited by Elizabeth Kenny, this issue celebrates the 450th anniversary of the birth ofJohn Dowland, the English lute-playing composer. Included are musicological and performance practice articles, complemented by book and music reviews.
Journal of Musicological Research Vol. 32, Nos. 2--3 (2013): New Beethoven Research. Guest edited by University of Illinois' William Kinderman, who noted that "two centuries after their creation, Beethoven's works display an undiminished cultural relevance." Several research articles approach Beethoven's works, including symphonies, string quartets, piano music, and religious pieces. The issue does not include any reviews or supplementary material.
Journal of Sonic Studies Vol. 4, No. 1 (August 2013): Towards New Sonic Epistemologies. Guest edited by Marcel Cobussen, Holger Schulze, Vincent Meet-berg, this issue answers two questions: how can we approach, analyze, and study sound and how can we disseminate our findings intersubjec Lively? More than ten articles and editorials attempt to answer this question and there are no reviews of any kind.
Latin American Music Review Vol. 34, Nos. 1-2 (Spring/Summer 2013): Issue Dedicated to Robert Stevenson (19162012). This issue honors the late Robert Stevenson, professor emeritus of musicology at UCLA and "a preeminent figure in Iberian and Latin American research." In addition to a Stevenson tribute, the issue features three research articles and book reviews.
Music Theory Online Vol. 19, No. 2 (June 2013): Special Issue on Improvisation. Edited by Brent Yorgason, this issue includes six articles on improvisation as related to the Renaissance, Iranian music, theory, and the history of scholarship in this area. Also included are conference and book reviews.
Organised Sound Vol. 18, No. 2 (August 2013): Special Issue on Best Practices in the Pedagogy of Electroacoustic Music and its Technology. Edited by Mary Simoni of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, this issue reports from a "variety of educators from around the globe who describe their philosophical foundations and espouse their best practices in the pedagogy of electroacoustic music both in and outside of the classroom." There are 12 research articles, DVD/performance reviews, and book reviews.
Twentieth-Century Music Vol. 9, Nos. 1-2 (March/September 2012): Music-Politics-Semiotics: Aspects of the Legacy of David Osmond-Smith (1946-2007). Edited by Bjorn Heile and Charles Wilson, this issue is a tribute to the late musicologist and a compendium of his unpublished and unfinished works. Osmond-Smith is remembered best for his work with the Glyndebourne Festival and collaborations with Luciano Berio. Also included in this issue are book reviews.
EDITED BY LINDSAY HANSEN
Greek and Roman Musical Studies is a new peer-reviewed journal, available electronically and in print, published by Brill Publishers. It describes itself as "the first specialist periodical in the fields of ancient Greek and Roman music," and publishes articles focused not only on the music of ancient Greece and Rome but also its reception during other points in history. Discussion on the music of other Mediterranean regions is also considered for publication. The first issue has just been released this year, and it contains papers catering to a wide array of disciplines reaching well beyond those of a strictly musical nature. Topics include several archaeological accounts of a musician's burial site in Athens, an acoustic analysis of recovered instruments of the time, and the use of voice in speech by authoritative Roman figures. Also included are several book reviews, and an editorial. Members of the editorial board largely represent European institutions; papers in languages other than English are accepted, and the first issue does contain one article in French. The wide range of disciplinary foci, in addition to the possible coverage of multiple geographic areas and in multiple languages, suggests that this publication will provide research of interest to a wide array of readers. At the same time, it is too early to tell if each issue will consistently provide material of specific interest for researchers of any one of these particular fields. The print and electronic versions are indexed by