Naxos Musicology International, a new online platform for music scholarship and opinion, is available to readers via the Naxos Music Library:

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New contents for July 2020 includes: 

OPINION: Musical Culture and COVID-19
Kate Guthrie, ‘Have We Been Here Before?’
Deirdre Loughridge, ‘Music in Times of Pestilence’.
Martin Stokes, ‘Public/Private Musicology and the Virus’.

OPINION: Public Musicology 
Samuel Dorf, ‘How to Talk about Opera at a Time of Crisis’.
Ralph P. Locke, ‘Writing Responsibly for the General Reader’.
Mary Natvig, ‘Public Musicology: Why?’
Brooke McCorkle Okazaki, ‘Public Musicology and Film: A Personal Take’.
Jack Sullivan, ‘Perils and Pleasures of the Programme Note’. 

Rujing Huang, ‘“A Theory of Our Own”: Reconstructing National Scales in the Chinese Yayue Revival’.
Ian MacMillen, ‘Alternative and Non-National Anthems in the Continuing “Black Lives Matter” Movement: Listening to Memory and Pain’. 
Zachary Zoeffler, ‘Defining Lang Lang’s Theatricality: A Historical-Materialist Approach’. 

Claire Fedoruk, ‘Transforming Narrative through Performance: Sellars Stages Orlando di Lasso’. 
Matthew Schellhorn, ‘New Recording of Rare Manuscripts by Herbert Howells’.
Andrew Schultz, ‘Music and the Meaning of Water’. 

We are currently inviting:
• Essay submissions on any music-related topic 
• Opinion pieces on the following themes: Musical Culture and COVID-19; Theatricality and the Challenge of Definition; Listening to Latin America. 

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