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Music @ Cambridge Feb 13
Out Now in the UK: 'The Beatles in Context,' ed. by ,documents the contexts for The Beatles' cultural achievements, exploring the significance of their lives and works. Order here and save 20% on yours:
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Music @ Cambridge Feb 12
We're elated that 'The Cambridge History of Music Criticism,' ed. by Christopher Dingle ,has been named a finalist for the 's 2020 PROSE Award in the Music & Performing Arts category! Read the announcement here:
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Music @ Cambridge Feb 12
New in paperback: In 'Music and Fantasy in the Age of Berlioz,' Francesca Brittan explores the evolution of, and interactions between, fantasy and music in Romantic France, providing new contexts for the study of and his contemporaries.
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Lindsay Carter Feb 10
Looking for diverse and interdisciplinary submissions for Twentieth-Century Music. Please share with ethnomusicologists, music sociologists, popular and media music scholars, historical musicologists, and anyone working in or around the field.
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Music @ Cambridge Feb 7
in 1964, The Beatles landed in the US for the first time. Melissa Davis details their historic arrival in a chapter of 's new book, THE BEATLES IN CONTEXT, titled 'Beatlemania' Read an excerpt here:
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Music @ Cambridge Feb 6
We can’t wait! 🐉🎶
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Music @ Cambridge Feb 5
New Blog Post: What can musical benefits tell us about the ecology of performance in eighteenth-century Britain? One of many questions & Alison DeSimone aim to answer in their book 'Music and the Benefit Performance in Eighteenth-Century Britain'
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Music @ Cambridge Feb 3
New in paperback! Polyphony in Medieval Paris | Redefines musical analysis for a period that marks the beginnings of composition as we know it now Save 20% by entering PMP2020
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History at Cambridge Feb 1
In honor of in the US, we've made a collection of related journal articles and book chapters free to access for the month of February. You can view them—along with a selection of relevant blog posts, podcasts, and more—here:
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 31
New in paperback! Plague and Music in the Renaissance | This book examines the role of music and music-making in the medical, spiritual and civic management of plague in the Renaissance. Save 20% by entering CHIU2020
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 30
Francesca Brittan discusses her interest in fantasy writers and 'fantastique' musical works in yesterday's episode of Aria Code—the subjects of her book 'Music and Fantasy in the Age of Berlioz,' new in paperback this month:
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 30
The latest episode of & 's  features 'Music and Fantasy in the Age of Berlioz' author Francesca Brittan, discussing the fantastical elements of the aria “Ô Dieu! de quelle ivresse," from Jacques Offenbach’s 'The Tales of Hoffmann'
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 29
New issue of Twentieth-Century Music now available
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 28
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 27
Happy birthday, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — born in 1756♫ Celebrate 264 years of Mozart by taking 20% off select titles about or related to the great composer, now through the end of February! Order here:
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 25
Get you a publisher that can do it all: music edition 🎶
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 23
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 22
Mark Kroll discusses 'The Cambridge Companion to the Harpsichord' — new in our Cambridge Companions to Music series — with in a recent episode of 's 'Notes on Bach' podcast ♫ Listen here:
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 22
New in paperback! The Cambridge History of Fifteenth-Century Music | Save 20% by entering TCHFM2020
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Music @ Cambridge Jan 14
'The Cambridge Companion to Operetta' by Anastasia Belina & Derek B. Scott is available now, and we think Kevin Clarke's review puts it best! Read the full review here:
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