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CONTEXT: Journal of Music Research is published by the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the University of Melbourne, and is edited by a committee of staff and postgraduate research students.

Now in its thirty-first year, CONTEXT publishes research articles, book reviews, edited interviews with composers and research project reports. CONTEXT is a fully-refereed, DIISR-approved journal, dedicated to publishing research of the highest quality from all sources, but is especially keen to assist publication of work by early-career academics and postgraduate students.

CONTEXT is pleased to announce the release of Issue 46, available online, along with all previous issues, at https://contextjournal.music.unimelb.edu.au/no-46-2020/

Articles:
John Whiteoak. Investigating ‘Improvisatory Music’ in Australia before Jazz through the Trove Digitised Australian Newspaper Database

Özgecan Karadağlı. Western Performing Arts in the Late Ottoman Empire: Accommodation and Formation

Maria Mannone and Federico Favali. Musical Form and Architectural Structure: Some Considerations on Qwalala

David R.M. Irving and Alan Maddox. Towards a Reflexive Paradigm for the Study of Musics in Australian Colonial Societies (1788–1900)

Composer Interview:
Philip Eames. A Collage of Remembrance: An Interview with Paul Stanhope

Reviews:
Thomas A. Cressy. Denis Collins, Kerry Murphy and Samantha Owens, eds. J.S. Bach in Australia: Studies in Reception and Performance

Emma Townsend. Suzanne Robinson. Peggy Glanville-Hicks: Composer and Critic

Sophie Boyd-Hurrell. Michael Hooper. Australian Music and Modernism, 1960–1975

Thalia Laughlin. Federico Lazzaro. Écoles de Paris en Musique 1920–1950 : Identités, Nationalisme, Cosmopolitisme [Parisian Schools in Music 1920–1950: Identities, Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism]

Michelle Meinhart. Sarah Collins. Lateness and Modernism: Untimely Ideas about Music, Literature and Politics in Interwar Britain

For more information: https://contextjournal.music.unimelb.edu.au
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