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>Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce a new journal,
>Eighteenth-Century Music, edited by Cliff Eisen (King's College London) and
>W. Dean Sutcliffe (St Catharine's College, Cambridge). The reviews editor is
>Simon Keefe (Queen's University, Belfast).  The editorial board and advisory
>panel for the journal will be found below.
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>The journal is intended as a forum for all eighteenth-century music research,
>thus attempting to overcome the divisions so characteristic not only of the
>historiography of this century but also the scholarly methodologies normally
>associated with it. To this end, the editors welcome not only traditional
>source, analytical, historical and performance practice studies, but also
>interdisciplinary contributions, tapping into the institutional strengths of
>many other areas of eighteenth-century research. In addition to standard
>journal-length articles and book reviews, Eighteenth-Century Music will also
>include a number of less usual features such as shorter articles (based on
>the model of the 'kleine Beitr=E4ge' in some German journals: these can be
>short reports on newly-discovered sources or documents, succinct analytical
>observations or even kite-flying hypotheses), reviews of books, editions and
>recordings, and an extensive 'communications' section intended to facilitate
>better and more flexible scholarly exchange. Some of these communicative
>functions will also be realized on our planned website. Further, we hope to
>appeal not just to the straightforwardly academic market but also to others
>who are involved in various capacities with eighteenth-century music.
>
>The first issue will be published in early 2004 and we would be delighted to
>receive submissions (four copies please) at the editorial address below, as
>well as offers to review books, editions, recordings and eighteenth-century
>conferences.
>
>Editorial Board:  John Butt (Glasgow, UK), Daniel Chua (King's London, UK),
>Laurence Dreyfus (King's London, UK), Simon McVeigh (Goldsmith's London, UK),
>Stanley Sadie (The New Grove), Julian Rushton (Leeds, UK), Robin Stowell
>(Cardiff, UK)
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>Advisory Panel:  Wye Allanbrook (Berkeley, USA), Manuel Carlos de Brito
>(Lisbon, Portugal). William Caplin (McGill, Canada), Enrico Careri (Naples,
>Italy), Juan Jos=E9 Carreras (Zaragoza, Spain), Thomas Christensen (Chicago,
>USA), Carolyn Gianturco (Pisa, Italy), Ellen Harris (MIT, USA), Christopher
>Hogwood (Academy of Ancient Music, UK), Mary Hunter (Bowdoin, USA), David Wyn
>Jones (Cardiff, UK), Hans Joachim Marx (Hamburg, Germany), Marita McClymonds
>(Virginia, USA), Jean-Paul Montagnier (Nancy, France), Rudolf Rasch (Utrecht,
>Netherlands), Annette Richards (Cornell, USA), Carl Schachter (CUNY, USA)
>Elaine Sisman (Columbia, USA), L=E1szl=F3 Somfai (Institute of Musicology,
>Budapest, Hungary), Michael Talbot (Liverpool, UK), James Webster (Cornell,
>USA), Neal Zaslaw (Cornell, USA)
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>Contact details
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>Editorial office
>Eighteenth-Century Music
>Department of Music
>King's College London
>Strand
>London WC2R 2LS
>United Kingdom
>email: [log in to unmask]
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>Editors
>Cliff Eisen
>Department of Music
>King's College London
>Strand
>London WC2R 2LS
>United Kingdom
>tel: 020 7848 2307, email: [log in to unmask]
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>W. Dean Sutcliffe
>St Catharine's College
>Cambridge CB2 1RL
>United Kingdom
>tel: 01223 338382, email: [log in to unmask]
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>Reviews editor
>Simon P. Keefe
>School of Music
>Queen's University
>Belfast
>Northern Ireland BT7 1NN
>United Kingdom
>tel: 02890 335204, email: S. [log in to unmask]
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>_______________________________
>Cliff Eisen
>Department of Music
>King's College London
>Strand
>GB-London WC2R 2LS
>
>email: [log in to unmask]
>tel: 44 0207 848 2307
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