CATEGORY B - EUROPEAN SCIENCE FOUNDATION -
Standing Committee for the Humanities Building a European Reference Index For the Humanities - ERIH
Editor-in-Chief / Legal Responsibility: Roberto De Caro
Editors: Roberto Illiano - Fulvia Morabito - Michela Niccolai - Claudio Nuzzo - Luca Lévi Sala - Massimiliano Sala
Advisory Board: Theophil Antonicek, Vienna - Eva Badura-Skoda, Vienna - Clive Brown, Leeds - Michele Calella, Vienna - Rémy Campos, Paris/Geneva - Federico Celestini, Graz - Bathia Churgin, Ramat Gan - Andrea Coen, Rome - Barry Cooper, Manchester - Dorothy de Val, Toronto - William Drabkin, Southampton - Sergio Durante, Padua - Dinko Fabris, Bari - Jean Gribenski, Poitiers - Christopher Hogwood, Cambridge (UK) - Ralph Locke, Rochester - Simon McVeigh, London - Leon Plantinga, New Haven - Irena Poniatowska, Warsaw - Rudolf Rasch, Utrecht - Giancarlo Rostirolla, Rome - David Rowland, Cambridge (UK) - Manfred Hermann Schmid, Tübingen - László Somfai, Budapest - Christian Speck, Koblenz-Landau - Rohan H. Stewart-MacDonald, Cambridge (UK) - Renata Suchowiejko, Krakow - Larry Todd, Durham
Consultant Editors: Paolo Dal Molin, France - Antonio Ezquerro Esteban, Spain - Giacomo Fornari, Italy - Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl, Austria - Peter Niedermüller, Germany - Adena Portowitz, Israel - Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarminska, Poland - Marina Ritzarev, Israel - Angela Romagnoli, Italy - Claudia Vincis, Switzerland - Pietro Zappalà, Italy
Ad Parnassum, a twice-yearly musicological journal, deals exclusively with instrumental music of the 18th and 19th centuries. Launched in 2003, the journal is a prestigious Italian achievement, and a reference point in the international music scene.
Ad Parnassum, which appears each year in April and October, accepts contributions in Italian, English, French, Spanish and German. Each issue includes articles and debates of significant scholarly interest (each article is accompanied by a summary in English), reviews of books relevant to the journal's field of interest, news, biographies of the contributors, a list of books received and an index of names.
Ad Parnassum is also complemented by monographs, the Ad Parnassum Studies.
The founding of a periodical of such cosmopolitan scope as Ad Parnassum has brought together numerous scholars of diverse nationalities. The journal is supported by an editorial committee consisting of musicologists with extensive experience in the specific field - a scholarly committee of great prestige. The journal also calls on the varied expertise of external collaborators.
- Every issue has: Book Reviews, News, Contributors, Books Received, Abstracts, Index of Names -
Proposals for articles in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish should be addressed to:
Books and editions of new music to be considered for reviews should be addressed to:
Dr. Roberto Illiano - via Nottolini, 162 - S. Concordio Contrada (Lucca)
The Franco-Belgian School of Violin Playing: Towards an Understanding of Chronology
and Characteristics, 1850-1925
Les violonistes en concert à Paris (1822-1848)
«Toutes les passions rapprochent les hommes»: Le jeu du violon en tant qu’art oratoire et langue des sentiments
Rohan H. Stewart-MacDonald
Approaches to the Orchestra in the Violin Concertos of Nicolò Paganini
Quantz’s Adagio in C-Major for Flute and Basso continuo (QV 1:7) in His Versuch (1752):Baroque Ornamentation in the Context of the Mid-18th Century Music Theoretical Discourse and Compositions in the stilus mixtus
Jazzing Handel: Rhythmic Alteration in Two Popular Marches
The Four Lives of Francesco Geminiani’s Violin Sonatas Opus 1 (1716-1762)
Disavowing Farewell: Mahler’s Sketches for the Coda
Vivaldi, Tiepolo, Algarotti and the Venetian bizzarie
João Pedro d’Alvarenga
Carlos Seixas’s Harpsichord Concerto in G Minor: An Essay in Style Analysis and Authorship Attribution
Lebewohl, Abwesenheit,and Wiedersehn: Cyclic Integration in Beethoven’s«Grand Characteristic Sonata» in E flat, Op. 81a
An Essay in Style Analysis and Authorship Attribution
Mozart’s ‘Jupiter’: A Memorial for Leopold?
Religious Elements in Young Poland Music
The Actuality of Karłowicz's Artistic Authenticity and Authority
Luca Lévi Sala
«What Has Already Been Will Return No More». «Bianca da Molena» by Mieczysław Karłowicz: A Test of Musical Theater