Fontes 67/3 Now Available Online

Cover of issue 67/3 of Fontes Artis MusicaeThe latest issue of Fontes Artis Musicae is now available via Project Muse and on the IAML website for members. Contents of the issue are as follows:





  • Michael Mosoeu Moerane in the Museum  Christine Lucia
  • Les Idées Progressistes des Lumières sur la Scène Russe à Travers L’Opéra-Comique Français dans le Dernier Tiers du 18e Siècle: Choix du Sujet et Singularite du Répertoire  Myriam Kim
  • Non-Standard Track Configuration in Historical Audio Recordings: Technical and Philological Consequences for Preservation  Federica Bressan and Richard L. Hess


  • Music and the Benefit Performance in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Edited by Matthew Gardner and Alison DeSimone  Lizzy Buckle
  • Composing Community in Late Medieval Music: Self-Reference, Pedagogy, and Practice. By Jane D. Hatter  Katie Bank
  • German Operetta on Broadway and in the West End, 1900-1940. By Derek B. Scott  Andrea Cawelti
  • The Life and Music of Teresa Carreño (1853–1917): A Guide to Research. By Anna Kijas  Brian Mann
  • Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume XII: Genres: Sub-Saharan Africa. Edited by David Horn, John Shepherd, Gabrielle Kielich, and Heidi Feldman  Krystal Klingenberg
  • The Repertory of Processional Antiphons. By Clyde W. Brockett  Emerson Morgan
  • Dreaming with Open Eyes: Opera, Aesthetics, and Perception in Arcadian Rome. By Ayana O. Smith  Brian Robins
  • Prokofiev’s Soviet Operas. By Nathan Seinen  Cameron Pyke
  • Andreina e Giuseppina Paganini: Allieve e Concertiste. Edited by Pinuccia Carrer  Maria Grazia Aurora Campisi
  • Catalogo tematico delle musiche di Niccolò Paganini. Aggiornamento. Edited by Maria Rosa Moretti and Anna Sorrento  Paola Teresa Rossetti


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