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CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS

The Journal of Music Research Online (JMRO) is a freely accessible,
peer-reviewed journal for the publication of scholarly research in music
published by The University of Adelaide. It has a distinguished
international editorial board, a broad scope of music research and only
publishes research which is of the highest international standard.
JMRO offers authors:
• short submission to publication time,
• no page limits,
• the inclusion of audio and video samples, high quality images and music
scores where those items enhance the presentation of the research,
• publication of articles as soon as they are ready.

JMRO is now calling for English language articles of the highest
international scholarly standards in areas including, but not limited to,
Composition, Early Music, Ethnomusicology, Gender Studies in Music,
Interdisciplinary Studies in Music, Music Education, Music Technologies,
Musicology, Music Theory and Analysis, Performance Practice, Popular Music,
Opera and Ludomusicology. Articles in other areas considered to be
appropriate by the managing editor will also be published.
JMRO also welcomes submissions of film and video documentaries (such as
field-based ethnomusicological explorations) or other forms of media, which
meet the standards of online publication of music research.

Visit JMRO jmro.org.au to see the high-quality papers and the wide range of
topics covered in the papers published to date.

JMRO is published by the University of Adelaide, adelaide.edu.au

For further information contact Jula Szuster, Managing Editor, JMRO.
jula.szuster -at- adelaide.edu.au


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