Fontes contents 2018 (vol. 65)

Vol. 65/1, January–March 2018


  • Lithuanian Piano Rolls: Collections and Research Darius Kǔcinskas
  • Forgotten Episodes from the Works of Twentieth-Century Polish Composers: Film and Theatre Music in the University of Warsaw Library Aleksandra Górka and Magdalena Borowiec

Briefs / Feuilletons


  • Beyond Bach: Music and Everyday Life in the Eighteenth Century. By Andrew Talle Alon Schab
  • Du Langage au Style: Singularités de Francis Poulenc. Edited by Lucie Kayas and Hervé Lacombe Keith Clifton
  • Reflections of an American Harpsichordist: Unpublished Memoirs, Essays and Lectures of Ralph Kirkpatrick. Edited by Meredith Kirkpatrick Bridget Cunningham
  • British Royal and State Funerals: Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I. By Matthias Range Matthew Gardner

Treasurer’s Report Thomas Kalk

IAML General Assembly Minutes 2017 Pia Shekhter

Governing Documents

Notes for Contributors

Vol. 65/2, April-June 2018


  • An Approach to the Cuban Institutions that Hold Documents Related to Musical Heritage Yohana Ortega Hernández
  • Contemporary Classical Music Scores-Parts and Intellectual Property: National Radio-Television Archive of Contemporary Classical Music and Oral History Project Artemis Papadaki

Briefs / Feuilletons


  • Consuming Music: Individuals, Institutions, Communities, 1730-1830. Edited by Emily H. Green and Catherine Mayes Katharine Hogg
  • The Advancement of Music in Enlightenment England: Benjamin Cooke and the Academy of Ancient Music. Bu Tim Eggington Matthew Gardner
  • Benjamin Britten Studies: Essays on an Inexplicit Art. Edited by Vicki P. Stroeher and Justin Vickers Cameron Pyke
  • Musical Debate and Political Culture in France, 1700-1830. By R. J. Arnold David Charlto
  • British Royal and State Funerals: Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I. By Matthias Range Matthew Gardner

Information for Contributors


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