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Danish Yearbook of Musicology, volume 38 • 2010/11

Contents

EditorialMichael Fjeldsøe, Peter Hauge & Thomas Holme Hansen

Viewpoint: Musicology as Independent Research?Peder Kaj Pedersen

Articles

Italian Music at the Danish Court during the Reign of Christian IV – Presenting a picture of cultural transformationBjarke Moe

The Legacy of Lerdahl and Jackendoff’s A Generative Theory of Tonal Music. Bridging a significant event in the history of music theory and recent developments in cognitive music researchNiels Chr. Hansen

Verbale klask, klagen og klynk. Retoriske strategier mellem hardcore og ‘klynke-rap’
– Mads Krogh & Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen

Reports

Research Projects
Rap, Rights and Respect! A musical anthropology of hip hop, rap music, violence and freedom of expression – Kristine Ringsager
Silence/Noise of the Work – Dissonant passages in 20th-century arts and aesthetics – Thomas Bjørnsten Kristensen
The Historiography of Musical Listening – Jan Andreas Wessel
Audiovisual Culture and the Good Sound – Ansa Lønstrup

Conferences
SoundActs, Aarhus University, September 2010 – Steen Kaargaard Nielsen
International Marcus Meibom Symposium, Stockholm, January 2010 – Mattias Lundberg

Danish Musicological Society, 2010 – Anne Ørbæk Jensen

Reviews

Zdravko Blazekovic and James R. Cowdery (eds.) Liber Amicorum. Festschriften for Music Scholars and Nonmusicians 1840–1966; Zdravko Blazekovic and Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie (eds.) Music’s Intellectual HistoryThomas Holme Hansen

The Offices and Masses of St. Knud Lavard reproduced in facsimile, transcribed and edited by John Bergsagel; A Danish Teacher’s Manual of the Mid-Fifteenth Century. Vol. 1: Transcription and Facsimile, ed. Sigurd Kroon et al.; Vol. 2: Commentary and Essays, ed. Britta Olrik Frederiksen, John Bergsagel, and Inge SkogPeter Woetmann Christoffersen

Jette Barnholdt Hansen, Den klingende tale: Studier i de første hofoperaer på baggrund af senrenæssancens retorikMattias Lundberg

Arne Spohr, “How chances it they travel?” Englische Musiker in Dänemark und Norddeutschland 1579–1630Bjarke Moe

Erik Kjellberg (ed.), The Dissemination of Music in Seventeenth-Century Europe. Celebrating the Düben CollectionBjarke Moe

Axel Teich Geertinger, Die italienische Opernsinfonia 1680-1710. Vol. 1: Komposition zwischen Funktion und Selbständigkeit; Vol. 2: 100 OpernsinfonienHerbert Seifert

Inger Sørensen (ed.), Niels W. Gade og hans europæiske kreds. En brevveksling 1836-1891. Niels W. Gade und sein europäischer Kreis. Ein Briefwechsel 1836-1891Siegfried Oechsle

Anders Edling, Emil SjögrenClaus Røllum-Larsen

Anne-Marie Reynolds, Carl Nielsen’s Voice. His Songs in Context; Daniel M. Grimley, Carl Nielsen and the Idea of ModernismMichael Fjeldsøe

Erling Kullberg, Sange for kor – Dansk kormusik i det 20. århundredeKasper Beck Hemmingsen

Erik Moseholm, Da den moderne dansemusik kom til DanmarkMichael Fjeldsøe

Tore Mortensen, Fortællinger om jazzen. Dens vej gennem Statsradiofonien, Danmarks Radio og DRMorten Michelsen

Michael Hauser, Traditional Inuit Songs from the Thule AreaTore Tvarnø Lind

 

Bibliography 2010Anne Ørbæk Jensen

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