The Rivista di Analisi e Teoria Musicale is a peer-reviewed journal founded in 1994 by the research association GATM – Gruppo di Analisi e Teoria Musicale.
It publishes articles, in both Italian and English, on analytical aspects of musical repertories and practices from all historical periods, genres, styles and geographic areas. Special attention is given to crossovers between theory, aesthetics and hermeneutics; the history of music theory and the study of creative processes; performance practices and their analysis; the dynamics of listening and the contribution offered by the cognitive sciences to interpreting musical experience. Rivista di Analisi e Teoria Musicale XXII/1-2, 2016 weiterlesen →
Vol. 6 No. 1 (2017) Evental Aesthetics Sound Art and Environment
Evental Aesthetics is an independent, international, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to philosophical perspectives on aesthetic practices and experiences.
Our contributions are selected by our Editorial Board via a rigorous process of double-blind peer review. Authors who publish with us do so at no cost. Nor is there any cost to our readers: access to the journal is completely open. We invite you to explore our site and peruse all our publications. We are proudly based in Bermuda.
Evental Aesthetics is an independent, international, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to philosophical perspectives on aesthetic practices and experiences. Evental Aesthetics is entirely open-access and free of charge for readers and authors. Evental Aesthetics Sound Art and Environment weiterlesen →
The Wagner Journal July 2017 (vol.11, no.2) The July 2017 issue (vol.11, no.2), is a special ‚Freud and Parsifal‘ issue containing the following feature articles:
• ‚Parsifal as Castration Drama‘ by Ivan Ward
• ‚Wagner, Freud and Nietzsche in Berlin‘ by Tom DeRose
• ‚Wagner’s Parsifal: a Hymn of Purity‘ by Stephen Gee The Wagner Journal July 2017 (vol.11, no.2) weiterlesen →
Journal of Sonic Studies 14
We are proud to announce that the 14th issue of the Journal of Sonic Studies (http://sonicstudies.org) is online, which is our first general issue. Although many JSS issues are thematically organized, often with the help and under the responsibility of a guest editor and established without a public call for submissions, we deem it important to publish non-thematic issues every now and then in order to pay close attention to the current state of sound studies affairs. Journal of Sonic Studies 14 online weiterlesen →