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

OPINION: The Future of Listening
Literary professors John T. Hamilton and David Wills
Behavioural ecologist Peter Wrege
Historian Daniel Cavicchi
Musicologists John Butt, Mark Katz, Robert Sholl and David Yearsley
Media scholars Karen Collins, Melle Jan Kromhout and Robert Prey
Composer Martin Lodge
Popular music and technology specialists Jason Freeman and Adam Harper
Conductor and Dudamel Fellow Tianyi Lu

Maribeth Clark, 'The Hermit Thrush as American Musician'
Keir GoGwilt, 'The Liberal Art of the Violin: Discipline and Freedom according to Francesco Galeazzi'
David Hesmondhalgh, 'Public Musicology, Public Music Studies: Some Possibly Helpful Distinctions'
Steven Rings, 'Sounding Debussy: Race and Radio, 1936'
Roger Parker, 'Celebrating Verdi'

Andrew Schultz, ‘Journeys within Musical Space’
John Supko, ‘The Easy Speech of the Land’

Davinia Caddy, ‘Migratory Dynamics’

We are currently inviting:
• essay submissions on any music-related topic
• opinion pieces on the following themes: Ritual Spaces; Public Music Studies
• comments (Letters to the Editor) on all aspects of the site, including contents

Email: nmi -at- 

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