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Volume 45,
Issue 3
Spring 2022
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Ralph P. Locke
Nineteenth-century French opera is renowned for its obsession with “the exotic”—that is, with lands and peoples either located far away from “us” Western Europeans or understood as being very different from us. One example: hyper-passionate ...
Hamish Robb
Although hardly mentioned in English-language music scholarship today, the French musician Marie (Trautmann) Jaëll (1846–1925) was a pioneer of musical embodiment studies. Jaëll’s conception of both performing and listening unites body and mind: she ...

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19th-Century Music covers all aspects of Western art music composed in, leading to, or pointing beyond the "long century" extending roughly from the 1780s to the 1930s. We are interested equally in the music that belongs to the era and in the impact of the era's music on later times, media, and technologies. We welcome—in no particular order—studies of composers and compositions, styles, genres, performance, historical turning points, cultural formations, critical methods, musical institutions, nineteenth-century music in film and other media, the impact of science and technology, the material conditions of music, relations to literature, visual art, and theater, and more. Contributors are welcome to add to the list. Our aim is to publish far-reaching investigations at the leading edge of musical and multidisciplinary scholarship. Responses to prospective authors will be made within two months of our receiving submissions.

ISSN: 0148-2076         eISSN: 1533-8606

Published Triannually – July, November, March

Editor: Lawrence Kramer

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