Ethnomusicology Review is now accepting submissions for Volume 22, scheduled for publication in Fall 2019. Starting as Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology (PRE) in 1984, Ethnomusicology Review is a refereed journal managed by UCLA graduate students and a faculty advisory board. We maintain an extensive editorial board and publish interdisciplinary music research in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, and other languages on a case-by-case basis.
The History of European Jazz
Edited by Francesco Martinelli
Series: Popular Music History edited by Alyn Shipton
HB 9781781794463 £195
e-PDF 9781781796078 £195
752pp, 80 photos and 1 map
Pre-order quoting the code JAZZ from the book page of the Equinox website to receive 25% off:
This offer is valid until 15 September 2018 only.
new IASPM Journal special issue, “Gender Politics in the Music Industry”, guest edited
by Sarah Raine and Catherine Strong.
You can find this extensive issue here:
2017 IASPM Book Prize
Award: Jeremy Wade Morris, Selling Digital Music, Formatting Culture (University of California Press, 2015)
Award: Berenice Corti, Jazz Argentino: La música “negra” del país “blanco” (Gourmet Musical, 2015)
See the IASPM Book Prize page for previous winners and jury reports.
Perspectives on German Popular Music
Michael Ahlers and Christoph Jacke (editors)
Yodeling and Meaning in American Music
Timothy E. Wise
University Press of Mississippi
Icons of Pop Music: The Beatles
Weekend Societies: Electronic Dance Music Festivals and Event-Cultures
Graham St John (editor)
Australian Indigenous Hip Hop: The Politics of Culture, Identity, and Spirituality
Everything in its Right Place: Analyzing Radiohead
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is thrilled to announce the publication of Analyzing Radiohead: Everything in its Right Place, by University of Kansas Assistant Professor of Music Theory Brad Osborn, Ph.D. Expanding on recent work in musical perception, focusing particularly on form, rhythm and meter, timbre, and harmony, Everything in its Right Place treats Radiohead’s recordings as rich sonic ecosystems in which a listener participates in an individual search for meaning, bringing along expectations learned from popular music, classical music, or even Radiohead’s own compositional idiolect. Synthesizing insights from a range of new methodologies in the theory of pop and rock, and specifically designed for integration into music theory courses for upper level undergraduates, Everything in its Right Place is sure to find wide readership among scholars and students, as well as avid listeners who seek a deeper understanding of Radiohead’s distinctive juxtapositional style. Order now and save 30%! Enter promo code AAFLYG6 at checkout at OUP.com.