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NEW ISSUE: Musicology Australia

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      Sarah Kirby

      Musicology Australia is pleased to announce the publication of issue 43/1–2, available here at https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rmus20/current

      Musicology Australia is the scholarly journal of the Musicological Society of Australia. Since its inception in 1963, the journal has published articles on all aspects of music research, including historical musicology, ethnomusicology, popular music, indigenous music practices, jazz, music theory, music analysis, organology, performance practice, contemporary music and psychology of music. All submissions are double-blind peer reviewed.

      Musicology Australia is open to new submissions at any time. Contributors are not required to write on Australian music or be Australian-based musicologists. For further information and instructions for authors, please see: https://www.tandfonline.com/journals/rmus20. Informal enquiries may be directed to the Editor, Denis Collins (denis.collins –at- uq.edu.au), or to the Associate Editor, Sarah Kirby (kirby.c -at- unimelb.edu.au).

      Issue 43/1–2:

      Christopher Coady – ‘Exiled from the Musical Activities of His Homeland’: Dean Dixon in the Australian and African American Press During the Era of Immigration Reform

      Anthea Skinner – Women in World War II RAAF Bands: An Untold Story

      Anna McMichael & Judith Healy – Classical Musicians in Australia during the 1850s Gold Rush: The Colonial Tour of Miska Hauser, Virtuoso Violinist

      Michael Ewans – Nature in Berg’s Wozzeck

      Breandán Seosaimh Ó Luain & Anne-Marie Forbes – Sounds from Foreign Shores: Non-Traditional String Instruments and the Irish Folk Music Movement 1960–1979

      Alex Chilvers – Foreign Models, Familiar Themes: The Aesthetic Function of Folklore in Works by Szymanowski and Górecki

      Adam Pinto – Morceau de Concours (2007): Recycling, Transcription and the Concert-Paraphrase in the Music of Roger Smalley (1943–2015)

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