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Danish Yearbook of Musicology, volume 39 · 2012

Contents

EditorialMichael Fjeldsøe, Peter Hauge & Thomas Holme Hansen

Viewpoint. Whose Musicology? Response to critique of musicology in Denmark
Tore Tvarnø Lind

Articles

‘This Charming Invention Created by the King’. Christian IV and his invisible music
– Arne Spohr

When Angels Dance for Kings. The beginning of Scandinavian music theatre
– Kristin Rygg

Kurt Weill’s Deadly Sins in Copenhagen. A thistle in the Danish kitchen garden of 1936
– Niels Krabbe

Reports

Research Projects
Popular Music and Muslim Youth – Johannes Frandsen Skjelbo
Researching Music Censorship (RMC) – Annemette Kirkegaard

Conferences
Musics Cultures Identities – 19th Congress of the International Musicological Society (IMS), Rome, July 2012 – Thomas Holme Hansen
Seventh International Conference on Music since 1900 & Lancaster University Music Analysis Conference, Lancaster, July 2011 – Steen Kaargaard Nielsen
Carl Nielsen: Inheritance and Legacy, Copenhagen, November 2011 – Michael Fjeldsøe
16th Nordic Musicological Congress, Stockholm, August 2012 – Peder Kaj Pedersen
Music and Public Health, Copenhagen, November 2011 – Lars Ole Bonde
Danish Musicological Society, 2011/2012 – Jens Hesselager

Reviews

Christian Troelsgård, Byzantine Neumes: A New Introduction to the Middle Byzantine Musical NotationTore Tvarnø Lind

Studia Musicologica Regionis Balticae I, ed. Ole KongstedBjarke Moe

Jørgen Erichsen, Friedrich Kuhlau. Ein deutscher Musiker in Kopenhagen & Richard Müller-Dombois, Der deutsch-dänische Komponist Friedrich KuhlauHeinrich W. Schwab

Inger Sørensen, Horneman. En kunstnerslægt & Et venskab. C.F.E. Hornemans korrespondance med Edvard Grieg 1863-1898, ed. Inger SørensenPeter E. Nissen

Eva Maria Jensen, Død og evighed i musikken 1890-1920Esben Tange

Laura Lohman, Umm Kulthum. Artistic Agency and the Shaping of an Arab Legend, 1967–2007Søren Møller Sørensen

Elaine Gould, Behind Bars. The Definitive Guide to Music NotationNiels Bo Foltmann

Mark Slobin, Folk Music: A Very Short IntroductionTore Tvarnø Lind

 
Bibliography 2011
Anne Ørbæk Jensen

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