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Analysis in Context. Leuven Studies in Musicology
 
This peer-reviewed series aims at consolidating recent trends in music analysis in which analytical and historical research are seen as interdependent. Compositions will not be analysed in order to prove the validity or propose the universality of any particular theory but rather to disclose their specificity within the historical context in which they originated. This approach may include aesthetic ideas, compositional and listening strategies, sociological conditions, theoretical systems, or genre conventions. Consequently, the aims, methods and results of analysis may be as widely divergent as music history is (historical research as tool of analysis). On the other hand, if musicology is to include the study of musical works of art, a contextual analysis of composition is indispensable (analysis as a tool of historical research).
Analysis in Context is a peer-reviewed series, addressed to an international readership.
 

General editor:
Mark Delaere
 
Editorial board:
Pieter Bergé, Bonnie J. Blackburn, Camilla Bork, David Burn, Jan Christiaens, Jonathan Cross, Julian Horton, Birgit Lodes, Laurenz Lütteken, Katelijne Schiltz
 
Contact information:
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Faculty of Arts - Department of Musicology
Blijde-Inkomststraat 21 bus 3313
B-3000 Leuven
Belgium
analysis-in-context@arts.kuleuven.be
 
 
1Schiltz K. , Blackburn B.J.
Canons and Canonic Techniques, 14th-16th Centuries: Theory, Practice, and Reception History
2Bergé P. , D'hoe J. , Caplin W.E.
Beethoven's Tempest Sonata
3Delaere M.
Rewriting Recent Music History
4Horton J.
Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 83
5Boucquet K.
Schoenberg and Tonality



 
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