Before BPM online, the first three volumes of British Postgraduate Musicology were published as a paper journal (ISSN 1460-9231). A limited stock of Volumes 1 & 3 is still available for purchase. By
buying copies of these volumes, you will support the future of
Back issues from Volume 4 onwards are available online below; full contents pages for volumes 1–3 are also included.
Volume 1 – October 1997 [Contents]: Featuring articles on Rimsky-Korsakov, Grieg, Debussy, Rihm and Stravinksy.
SOLD OUT Volume 2 – October 1998 [Contents]: Featuring articles on Massenet, Kagel, Sondheim and J.S. Bach.
Volume 3 – October 1999 [Contents]: Featuring articles on Britten, Ligeti, Javanese shadow puppet performance, Jánaček and Schoenberg.
Volume 4 – March 2001: Featuring a guest editorial, plus articles on Mille Plateaux records, Puccini, Skalkottas, Jazz in Britain, and a conference report on RMA 2000.
Volume 5 – June 2002: Featuring articles on Zorn, Purcell, the Royal Court under Edward IV, Dillon and Catholic church music.
Volume 6 – January 2004: Featuring a guest editorial, plus articles on the ‘Artusi–Monteverdi’ Controversy, Mendelssohn reception, Madonna and Moulin Rouge!, and Tallis’s keyboard works.
Volume 7 – June 2005: Featuring articles on the sixteenth-century herculana, the role of Stravinsky’s piano fingering in his compositional practice, eroticism in Scriabin’s Fourth Piano Sonata, and ‘abject tonality’ in Berg’s Altenberglieder.
Volume 8 – June 2006: Featuring articles on Bolognese sacred cantatas, Orientalism in Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Beethoven and Hollywood, and ‘Spectres of terror’ in Chilean Performance.
Volume 9 – February 2008: Featuring articles on female personae in old French song, music in Fascist Spain, Indeterminate Music, Giya Kancheli’s Exil, and a review of the Society for Musicology in Ireland’s 2006 conference.
Volume 10 – June 2009: Special edition featuring the proceedings of the International Conference for Students of Systematic Musicology. Includes a conference report plus articles on Vivier’s musical style, the designation ‘Woman Composer ‘ and the tonal structure of Chopin’s Etudes.
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3, prices are as follows:
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