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The January-March 2020 issue of Fontes Artis Musicae (Vol. 67, no. 1) is now available electronically via Project Muse (https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/42174) and the IAML website (https://www.iaml.info/fontes-artis-musicae). Here are the contents:

Articles
Miss Austen Plays Pleyel: An Additional Source for the Jane Austen Family Music Collection? Marian Wilson Kimber

Kulturvermittlung Zwischen (Sowjet-)Russland und der Schweiz: Der Nachlass des Musikwissenschaftlers Robert-Aloys Mooser (1876–1969) in den Bibliotheken Genf und Basel. Sonja Erhardt

‘In the Mirror of Criticism’: The Film Music Debate on REICHSFILMBLATT from 1924 to 1929 (with a Source Catalogue). Francesco Finocchiaro

Briefs / Feuilletons

Reviews
Bach and the Counterpoint of Religion. Edited by Robin A. Leaver. Alon Schab

Debussy’s Legacy and the Construction of Reputation. By Marianne Wheeldon. Keith E. Clifton

Le Modèle et l’Invention: Messiaen et la Technique de l’Emprunt. By Yves Balmer, Thomas Lacôte, and Christopher Brent Murray. Marie-Gabrielle Soret

This content is now available free on the Project Muse platform until 30 June 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, print copies of the journal are delayed until non-essential businesses re-open. 
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