Academic journal article Studia Musicologica

Editorial

Academic journal article Studia Musicologica

Editorial

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Studia Musicologica, the musicological journal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, is forty-seven years old. The first two editors, father figures of the Hungarian ethnomusicology and musicology, Zoltán Kodály, then his disciple Bence Szabolcsi edited Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae until their death (1961-1967 and 1967-1973, respectively). The third editor, József Ujfalussy acted as Editor-in-Chief of the journal for more than three decades and now retired at the age of eighty-seven.

In spite of this long tradition, for raising the international recognition of the journal, Studia Musicologica needed reorganization. In the new series it will rigorously follow the peer review standards. There is a new Editorial Board and an international Advisory Board, informed about musicological researches in and about Hungary, will help the editors. For the first time, there are review editors.

Studia Musicologica publishes longer studies, short essays, and documentary papers in English, French, and German in the field of musicology in the broadest sense, with special respect to subjects connected with the history of Hungarian music and folk (traditional) music. …

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