Music in Art

International Journal for Music Iconography

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Music in Art (ISSN 1522-7464; eISSN: 2169-9488) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of visual sources of music from antiquity to the present. It fosters communication between historians of art, dance, and theater, musicologists, and ethnomusicologists engaged in the research of pictorial representations of musical instruments and their decorations, occasions for music-making and dance, the history of performance practice, and the relationship between music and visual art. Music in Art is the continuation of the RIdIM/RCMI Newsletter, volume I (1975) to XXII (1997).

The Editorial Board makes a particular effort to present in the journal global scholarship on music iconography and provides a forum for authors of different scholarly directions, studying music represented in visual arts of all peoples and traditions around the world.

Over the last 20 year, the journal has published 327 articles, by authors coming from 37 countries: USA (72 articles), Italy (69), England (26), Spain (26), Germany (19), Switzerland (12), Australia (10), France (10), Austria (9), China (8), New Zealand (8), Canada (5), Belgium (4), Portugal (4), Slovenia (4), Wales (4), Hong Kong (3), Japan (3), Romania (3), Croatia (2), Greece (2), Israel (2), Lithuania (2), Mexico (2), The Netherlands (2), Poland (2), Scotland (2), Sweden (2), Bulgaria (1), Czech Republic (1), Georgia (1), Guatemala (1), Pakistan (1), Russia (1), Serbia (1), Singapore (1), and Taiwan (1). Print copies of the journal and its online edition on JSTOR and EBSCO platforms are distributed globally. A number of articles from the journal have been translated and published in other languages, including two compilations translated into the Chinese and issued in Wuhan, 2006 and Shanghai, 2014.

Music in Art is published annually. Individual volumes are published at the end of calendar year.
Music in Art is abstracted in RILM Abstracts of Music Literature; ProQuest Music Periodicals Database; Bibliographie des Musikschrifttums (BMS); and cited in EBSCO Music Index and European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIHplus).

The printed volumes of the journal are available from RCMI. Online version of the journal is distributed by JSTOR and EBSCOhost. JSTOR and EBSCOhost are keeping archival copies of the journal and will maintain its electronic backup in a case that the journal is no longer published.

Music in Art is classified Class A journal by the Italian Agenzia nazionale di valutazione del sistema universitario e della ricerca (ANVUR), in the disciplines covered by Area 10, Settore C1 (theater, music, film, television, and audiovisual media).

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Abstracts of Articles

XLII/1–2 (2017)

Decoration of Performance Space: Meaning and Ideology: Selected papers presented at the Thirteenth Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on the Iconography of the Performing Arts, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, 17–20 May 2016.

XLI/1–2 (2016)

Sounds of War and Victories: Images of Military Musicians on Battlefields and Promenades: Selected papers presented at the Thirteenth Conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography, commemorating the centennial of World War I, New York, Armistice Day 2014.

XL/1–2 (2015)

Neoclassical Reverberations of Discovering Antiquity: Selected papers presented at the Twelfth Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Iconography of the Performing Arts, Turin, 6–9 October 2014.

XXXIX/1–2 (2014)

Music in Museums: Selected papers presented at the international conference held at the Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici, Departiment of Museum Studies, Florence, 20–22 February 2014.

XXXVIII/1–2 (2013)

Images of Music-Making and Cultural Exchange between the East and the West: Selected papers presented at the Eleventh Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Iconography of the Performing Arts, China Conservatory of Music, Beijing, 26–31 October 2012.

XXXVII/1–2 (2012)

The Courts in Europe: Music Iconography and Princely Power: Selected papers presented at the Conference of the IMS Study Group on Musical Iconography in European Art, Archivio di Stato di Torino, 23–25 May 2011. Guest editor: Cristina Santarelli.

XXXVI/1–2 (2011)

Dance & Image. Articles based on papers presented at the Eleventh Annual Oxford Dance Symposium, New College, Oxford, 2 May 2009. Guest editors: Michael Burden & Jennifer Thorp.

XXXV/1–2 (2010)

Rethinking Music in Art: New Directions in Music Iconography. Papers presented at the conference held at the Music Department of the University of Otago, Dunedin, 26–28 June 2008. Guest editors: Alan Davison & Henry Johnson.

XXXIV/1–2 (2009)

Music, Body, and Stage: The Iconography of Music Music Theater and Opera. Selected papers presented at the tenth conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography and the twelfth conference of the Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale, 11–14 March 2008

XXXIII/1–2 (2008)

XXXII/1–2 (2007)

Music Iconography as a Source for Music History. III. Proceedings of the ninth conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography, 5–8 November 2003

XXXI/1–2 (2006)

Music Iconography as a Source for Music History. II. Proceedings of the ninth conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography, 5–8 November 2003

XXX/1–2 (2005)

XXIX/1–2 (2004)

Music Iconography as a Source for Music History. I. Proceedings of the ninth conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography, New York, 5–8 November 2003

XXVIII/1–2 (2003)

XXVII/1–2 (2002)

Music in Iberian Art and Film. Guest editor: Anna Cazurra.

XXVI/1–2 (2001)

XXV/1–2 (2000)

XXIV/1–2 (1999)

XXIII/1–2 (1998)