Special Journal Issues
Ad Parnassum Vol. 7, Issue 14 (October 2009). This issue includes several articles about Mendelssohn, including bicentenary reflections, reception, analysis of string quartets and symphonies, and sonata forms.
American Record Guide Vol. 73, No. 3 (May-June 2010): Summer Festival Guide. This special summer issue includes classic Broadway original cast album reviews as well as features about summer festivals and tours (Madame White Snake premiere, Southeast Asian musical tour, Stravinsky festival).
Black Music Research Journal Vol. 30, No. 1 (Spring 2010): Southern Syncopated Orchestra, part 2. Howard Rye edited the second segment of this double issue set, featuring articles about the personnel, chronology, travel arrangements, and memories of the SSO.
Les Cahiers de la Société Québécoise de Recherche en Musique Vol. 11, Nos. 1-2 (2010): Ethics, Law and Music. Edited by Danick Trottier, this bilingual double issue features articles in French and English by scholars in Europe and North America. Articles are grouped as follows: Ethical stakes in the use and representation of music; moral values in music history; ethical and epistemological stakes in ethnomusicology; and, ethical and legal ramifications in music preservation.
Ethnomusicology Forum Vol. 19, Issue 1 ( June 2010): Ethnomusicology and the Music Industries. This special issue was guest edited by Stephen Cottrell and derived in part from a 2007 conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology. Focus is on music industry and culture internationally and topics include digital democracy (production), Afghan music, management and values at the Buenos Aires International Music Fair, as well as profiles and reviews.
Filigrane No. 11 ( June 2010): New Musicology: Critical Perspectives. This issue gathers articles from U.S., U.K., France and Canada, including perspectives on Taruskin and Stravinsky, subjectivity of value, survey of American new musicologists, expressivity and modernity, compositional subjects, systematic musicology, and other aspects of new musicology. …