Volume 33 • 2005

Contents

EditorialMichael Fjeldsøe & Thomas Holme Hansen

Viewpoint – Why Musicology? And How? – Or: The Future of Musicology – Lars Lilliestam

Articles
On the Aesthetics of 15th-Century Chansonniers
Jane Alden

Between sociology and aestheticism– yet another attempt to bridge over troubled water
Olle Edström

Uden for operahistoriens hovedspor. Berlioz’ Benvenuto Cellini og Schumanns Genoveva.
(Outside the central developments of operatic history. Berlioz’ Benvenuto Cellini and Schumann’s Genoveva)

Jens Hesselager

Algoritmisk mønsteridentifikation. Nogle betragtninger omkring computeranvendelse i musikanalytisk øjemed
(Algorithmic Identification of Patterns. Thoughts on computer-assisted music analysis)

Anders Bonde

Reports
Research Projects
Music teacher education in Denmark – Kristina Mariager Anderson & Anders Chami
Sinfonia und Concerto um 1700 – Axel Teich Geertinger
Music in the television commercial – Nicolai Jørgensgaard Graakjær
Knud Jeppesen – renowned musicologist and overlooked composer – Thomas Holme Hansen

Conferences
The Local, the Regional and the Global, Copenhagen 2005 – Erik Steinskog
Nordic Music Editions Symposium, Kopenhagen 2005 – Axel Teich Geertinger
Lutoslawski-symposium i København, november 2005 – Eva Maria Jensen
Danish Musicological Society, 2005 – Thomas Holme Hansen

Reviews
Books
Jens Henrik Koudal (ed.), Musik og danskhed. Fem faglige bidrag til debatten om nationalitet; Palle Ove Christiansen (ed.), Veje til danskheden. Bidrag til den moderne nationale selvforståelseFie Skovsbøg Thaning
Mogens Friis, Brikker til musikkens historie i Århus indtil ca. 1800Thomas Holme Hansen
Inger Sørensen, H.C. Andersen og komponisterne; Mogens Wenzel Andreasen, H.C. Andersen & musikken; Anna Harwell Celenza, Hans Christian Andersen and Music: The Nightingale RevealedAnne Ørbæk Jensen
Yvonne Wasserloos, Kulturgezeiten. Niels W. Gade und C.F.E. Horneman in Leipzig und KopenhagenPeter E. Nissen
Ole Nørlyng (ed.), Dansen er en kunst. Bournonville – den levende tradition (Dance is an Art: August Bournonville – the living tradition)Colin Roth
Carl Nielsen Brevudgaven, ed. John Fellow, i: 1886-1897Michael Fjeldsøe
Audun Myskja, Musik som medicin. Lyd, musik og terapiTore Tvarnø Lind

Music
Mogens Pedersøn (Magno Petreo) ‘Madrigali e madrigaletti’, ed. Kitti MessinaPeter Hauge

Bibliography 2005Anne Ørbæk Jensen

Information
Publications received, Contributors to this issue, Guidelines for authors, Danish Musicological Society