Music's Intellectual History
With sixty-six essays, this volume offers insight into the history of music scholarship from the Renaissance through the twentieth century. The contributions address the directions music scholarship has taken in the past, discuss current scholarly habits based on precedent, and suggest paths for further study. The articles-begun as papers presented at RILM's first conference-are grouped under sections such as profiles of key scholars and composers, historiography, methodology, and periodicals.
Published January 2009