Fontes Artis Musicae 68/3 Now Available: Special Issue from IAML Japan

Front cover of IAML 68, no. 3The July-September 2021 issue of Fontes (Vol. 68, no. 3) is now available on Project Muse and on the IAML website for members. The issue contains the following:

Special Issue: Aspects of Music Information Activities in Japan on the Occasion of the Japanese Branch’s Fortieth Anniversary

Guest Editor: Mari Itoh

Editor’s Preface


  • How Can We Work with Our Music Communities? On the Occasion of IAML Japanese Branch’s Fortieth Anniversary  Mari Itoh
  • Recent Developments in the Japanese Branch of Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM National Committee of Japan): Its Task and Future  Tatsuhiko Itoh
  • The Old Cummings Collection at the Nanki Music Library  Tsutomu Sasaki
  • Music Libraries in Japan during the 1960s: The Time for a Seed to Germinate?  Mari Itoh
  • The Acceptance of Studies on European Medieval and Renaissance Music in Japan  Haruyo Miyazaki

Briefs / Feuilletons

Corresponding Editors

  • Greece: The Greek RISM Office: Describing Byzantine Music-Related Resources and Other Projects  Maria Aslanidi, Aris Bazmadelis, and Arsinoi Ioannidou

  • Spain: The Music Collection (Ancient Holdings) of the University of Barcelona Library  Antonio Ezquerro-Esteban


  • Beethoven: A Life. By Jan Caeyers -Die zwei Leben des Ludwig van Beethoven. By Ulrich Drüner - Beethoven: A Political Artist in Revolutionary Times. By William Kinderman  Barry A.R. Cooper
  • The Oxford Handbook of Musical Repatriation. Edited by Frank Gunderson, Robert C. Lancefield, and Bret Woods  Gisa Jähnichen
  • Sounding Roman: Representation and Performing Identity in Western Turkey. By Sonia Tamar Seeman  Elif Damla Yavuz

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