Canadian University Music Review
A Brief Description
The Canadian University Music Review defines its general
objectives as follows:
- To publish research of high quality by Canadian scholars in all areas
of music. To this end we aim to represent French and English scholarship which
too often exit in isolation. We also aim to bring together the sub-disciplines
of music so that research issues in musicology, ethnomusicology,
theory/composition, music education and performance are not artificially
segregated (as they are in many specialized American and European music
journals). It is important for these various sub-disciplines to have a common
forum so that the relatively small body of Canadian music scholars are not
unnecessarily fragmented by the nature of their work.
- To publish scholarship on subjects relating to Canadian music or musical
life in Canada.
- To publish selected international scholarship that will be of interest to
- To publish reviews of music publications, especially those by canadian
authors or on Canadian music subjects.
- To publish conference reports, especially those in Canada or on Canadian
The Canadian University Music Review is published twice a year and is
sent to all individual members of the Canadian University Music Society.
Individuals and institutions may obtain back issues or subscribe to the Review
at the rate of $40.00 (Canada, United States) or $45.00 (foreign) by writing to
the following address:
Box 507, Station Q
The Canadian University Music Review is published
with the aid of a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
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