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DIRECTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

DIRECTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS COMMENT & CHRONICLE 19th-Century Music welcomes submissions on all aspects of music spanning the "long" century between ca. 1780 and 1920. Our interests are as diverse as the long century itself. They cover music of any type or origin and include, but are not limited to, topics in composition, performance, social and cultural context, analysis, music theory, critical theory, hermeneutics, aesthetics, documentary, archival, and editorial study, gender and sexuality, history, and historiography. We also publish book reviews and welcome suggestions and proposals. Typescripts should be double spaced on 81/ 2 X 11-inch bond paper, with ample margins; three copies should be submitted. Footnotes, tables, captions, music examples, and texts for music examples should be written on separate sheets. All footnotes and extracts (citations) must be double-spaced. Since manuscripts are circulated to editors and readers anonymously, contributors are asked not to include their names on each sheet. Typescripts should be sent to the Editorial Office, 19th-Century Music; University of California, Davis; Davis, California 95616. Materials for review may be sent to the same address. Please do not submit articles by e-mail. Once an article is accepted and the text has been revised and agreed on in consultation with an editor, both a hard copy and a disk, or an attachment file, should be submitted to the editorial office. The disk should indicate computer type and word processing program. Another hard copy should be sent to James Hepokoski, Music Department, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 06520, for source and quotation checking. For quotations transcribed from foreign sources, authors are urged to specify in the typescript occurrences of the following characters: ß, É, À, OE, and oe. Prospective contributors should consult recent issues of 19th-Century Music or Writing About Music, by D. Kern Holoman (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1988), for matters of style. In most cases, we follow the practices of The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edn. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png 19th-Century Music University of California Press

DIRECTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS

19th-Century Music , Volume 27 (1) – Jul 1, 2003

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Publisher
University of California Press
Copyright
Copyright © by the University of California Press
ISSN
0148-2076
eISSN
1533-8606
DOI
10.1525/ncm.2003.27.1.95
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Abstract

COMMENT & CHRONICLE 19th-Century Music welcomes submissions on all aspects of music spanning the "long" century between ca. 1780 and 1920. Our interests are as diverse as the long century itself. They cover music of any type or origin and include, but are not limited to, topics in composition, performance, social and cultural context, analysis, music theory, critical theory, hermeneutics, aesthetics, documentary, archival, and editorial study, gender and sexuality, history, and historiography. We also publish book reviews and welcome suggestions and proposals. Typescripts should be double spaced on 81/ 2 X 11-inch bond paper, with ample margins; three copies should be submitted. Footnotes, tables, captions, music examples, and texts for music examples should be written on separate sheets. All footnotes and extracts (citations) must be double-spaced. Since manuscripts are circulated to editors and readers anonymously, contributors are asked not to include their names on each sheet. Typescripts should be sent to the Editorial Office, 19th-Century Music; University of California, Davis; Davis, California 95616. Materials for review may be sent to the same address. Please do not submit articles by e-mail. Once an article is accepted and the text has been revised and agreed on in consultation with an editor, both a hard copy and a disk, or an attachment file, should be submitted to the editorial office. The disk should indicate computer type and word processing program. Another hard copy should be sent to James Hepokoski, Music Department, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 06520, for source and quotation checking. For quotations transcribed from foreign sources, authors are urged to specify in the typescript occurrences of the following characters: ß, É, À, OE, and oe. Prospective contributors should consult recent issues of 19th-Century Music or Writing About Music, by D. Kern Holoman (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1988), for matters of style. In most cases, we follow the practices of The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edn. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003).

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19th-Century MusicUniversity of California Press

Published: Jul 1, 2003

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