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The Beginnings of Polish Musicology

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Małgorzata Sieradz

The book presents the history of the only strictly scientific Polish musicological periodical Kwartalnik Muzyczny. It shows how the editorial board of the periodi-cal met with true approval and harsh criticism. The subject allows the author to present the beginnings of Polish musicology and its evolution through three epochs: the late partitioning period, the interwar period of Poland’s independ-ence, and the early years after the Second World War
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Eastern European Studies in Musicology

Edited by Maciej Gołąb

Vol. 1

Paweł Gancarczyk / Lenka Hlávková-Mráčková / Remigiusz Pośpiech (eds.): The Musical Culture of Silesia before 1742. New Contexts – New Perspectives. 201 3.

Vol. 2

Laura Vasiliu/Florin Luchian/Loredana Iaţeşen/Diana-Beatrice Andron (eds.): Musical Romania and the Neighbouring Cultures. Traditions–Influences–Identities. Proceedings of the International Musicological Conference July 4–7, 2013, Iaşi (Romania). 2014.

Vol. 3

Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska: Marcin Mielczewski and Music under the Patronage of the Polish Vasas. Translated by John Comber. 2014.

Vol. 4

Tomasz Jasiński: The Musical Rhetoric of the Polish Baroque. Translated by Wojciech Bońkowski. 2015.

Vol. 5

Bogusław Raba: Between Romanticism and Modernism. Ignacy Jan Paderewski´s Compositional OEuvre. Translated by John Comber. 2015.

Vol. 6

Maciej Gołąb: Musical Modernism in the Twentieth Century. Translated by Wojciech Bońkowski. 2015.

Vol. 7

Wojciech Bońkowski: Editions of Chopin’s Works in the Nineteenth Century. Aspects of Reception History. 2016.

Vol. 8

Ivana Perković / Franco Fabbri (eds.): Musical Identities and European Perspective. An Interdisciplinary Approach. 2017.

Vol. 9

Bożena Muszkalska (ed.): The Kolbergs of Eastern Europe. 2018.

Vol. 10

Renata Tańczuk / Sławomir Wieczorek (eds.): Sounds of War and Peace. Soundscapes of European Cities in 1945. 2018.

Vol. 11

Tomasz Jeż: The Musical Culture of the Jesuits in Silesia and the Kłodzko County (1581– 1776). 2019.

Vol. 12

Magdalena Walter-Mazur: Musical Culture of Polish Benedictine Nuns in the 17th and 18th Centuries. 2018.

Vol. 13

Danuta Popinigis: Carillons and Carillon Music in Old Gdańsk. 2019

Vol. 14

Andrzej Tuchowski: Nationalism, Chauvinism and Racism as Reflected in European Musical Thought and in Compositions from the Interwar Period. 2019.

Vol. 15

Ludwik Bielawski: Time in Music and Culture. 2019.

Vol. 16

Barbara Literska: Nineteenth-Century Transcriptions of Works by Fryderyk Chopin. Translated by John Comber. 2019

Vol. 17

Barbara Literska: Tadeusz Baird. The Composer, His Work, and Its Reception. 2019

Vol. 18

Slawomir Wieczorek: On the Music Front. Socialist-Realist Discourse on Music in Poland, 1948 to 1955. 2020

Vol. 19

Alicja Jarzębska: Strawinski – Thoughts and Music. 2020

Vol. 20

Małgorzata Sieradz: The Beginnings of Polish Musicology. Translated by Lindsay Davidson. 2020.

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