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CONTEXT: Journal of Music Research – CFP and new issue

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    CONTEXT: Journal of Music Research is published by the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the University of Melbourne, and is edited by a committee of staff and postgraduate research students.

    Now in its thirtieth year, CONTEXT publishes research articles, book reviews, edited interviews with composers and research project reports. CONTEXT is a fully-refereed, DIISR-approved journal, dedicated to publishing research of the highest quality from all sources, but is especially keen to assist publication of work by early-career academics and postgraduate students.

    CONTEXT is pleased to announce the release of Issue 45, available online, along with all previous issues, at https://contextjournal.music.unimelb.edu.au/no-45-2019/

    Articles:

    Rachel Campbell. ‘The Genesis of John Antill’s Corroboree

    Lauren Redhead. ‘Chris Newman’s Song to God (1994) for Solo Organ: Blurred Repetition, Visual Communication, and Embodied Information’

    Stephen C. James and Robin S. Stevens. ‘O’Malley’s ‘Sight Singing and Harmony’ Method: A Nineteenth-century Pedagogical Oddity’

    Lorraine Granger-Brown. ‘Theme and Variations: Benefit Concerts and other Funding Mechanisms in Australia at the End of the Long Nineteenth Century’

    Litha Efthymiou and Emma Hornby. ‘New Music Inspired by Old Hispanic Chant’

    Composer Interview:

    Jaslyn Robertson. ‘A Brain that Keeps Working: An Interview with Helen Gifford’

    Reviews:

    Tim Daly. Alejandro Enrique Planchart. Guillaume Du Fay: The Life and Works

    Dennis Collins. Jan Dismas Zelenka. Six Settings of ‘Ave regina coelorum’ (ZWV 128), ed. Frederic Kiernan

    Bruno Forment. Michael Christoforidis and Elizabeth Kertesz. Carmen and the Staging of Spain: Recasting Bizet’s Opera in the Belle Epoque

    Alex Hedt. Alejandro Alberto Téllez Vargas. Disability and Music Performance

    Maurice Windleburn. David Grubbs. Now That the Audience Is Assembled

    –CALL FOR PAPERS–

    CONTEXT is now calling for submissions for consideration for Issue 46, to be published in 2021. Submissions close 1 May 2020. Further information and guidelines for contributors are available at https://contextjournal.music.unimelb.edu.au  

    Submissions should be emailed to music-context@unimelb.edu.au

    Any questions can be directed to the Editorial Committee Coordinator madeline.roycroft@unimelb.edu.au

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