Current issue:

Vol. 41 (2017)

Archive:

Vols. 31–40 (2003–2016)

Vols. 21–30 (1993–2002)

Vols. 11–20 (1980–1992)

Vols. 1–10 (1981–1991)

 


 
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Danish Yearbook of Musicology is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal related to musical research in the widest sense. It is supported by the Danish Council for Independent Research | Humanities.

Each issue presents articles, book reviews, reports on research projects and conferences as well as a bibliography on literature related to Danish music or musicology. The journal is published by the Danish Musicological Society (Dansk Selskab for Musikforskning) and has been published since 1961.

As of volume 40 (2016) Danish Yearbook of Musicology is published on the website www.dym.dk.

Proposals for articles, reviews, or reports are welcome and should be sent to the editors’ e-mail. The main language for publication is English, but articles in German and in the Scandinavian languages are also accepted. Notes and references follow British practice as indicated in the Oxford Style Manual, with use of the author–title system for repeated citations. Please consult the latest issue of the yearbook for style, citation practice, and general approach.

Vol. 41 will be published continously during 2017 – submissions are welcome any any time.

The website contains the free online archives of the journal. All contributions will be available on this site.

For purchase of printed copies of older issues, please contact Aarhus University Press.

Danish Yearbook of Musicology (digital issues: ISSN 2245-4969; printed issues: ISSN 1604-9896, formerly 0416-6884) was until vol. 30 published as Dansk Årbog for Musikforskning.

The editors