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The Beginnings of Polish Musicology


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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