Online Music Anthology (www.armusicanthology.com)
is a digital resource for music pedagogy that contains more than 600 newly
engraved pieces of music, pre-set music history and theory course packs, and
A comprehensive set of survey articles is live, and we offer many opportunities for peer-reviewed publishing in our new online music history textbook (www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/HistoryResource.aspx). We currently seek proposals in the following areas:
· Genres and Forms (James P. Cassaro, University of Pittsburgh, contributing editor), CFP: http://www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/CFP-Genres.pdf
· Significant Composers (Jonathan Rhodes Lee, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, contributing editor), CFP: http://www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/CFP-Composers.pdf
· Major Works (Eric Lubarsky, Carnegie Hall, contributing editor), CFP: http://www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/CFP-Works.pdf
· Music Theory Overview (Neil Newton, University of California, Santa Barbara contributing editor): CFP: http://www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/CFP-Theory.pdf
The set of calls for proposals is available online (www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/Anthology-Text-CFP.html), and we encourage you to submit your best ideas to our contributing editors now.
If you have existing articles that can be revised for our online textbook, please consider doing so. We offer some strategies for revising your work (http://www.armusicanthology.com/anthology/DigitalCollaborations.pdf) so that you can be part of our new, engaging resource. This is an opportunity senior scholars may take in working with younger ones to revise their work and assist colleagues in publishing with us.