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Ad Parnassum Studies

The series of Studies of the twice-yearly journal Ad Parnassum. A Journal of 18th and 19th-Century Instrumental Music is devoted to individual composers who have made a significant impact in the field of instrumental music.
In this way they remain securely within the journal’s area of interest, though without actually imposing strict limits on the specific themes treated, given that the entire output of the composers concerned may be taken into account, not just the instrumental music.

Intercambios musicales entre España e Italia en los siglos XVIII y XIX / Gli...

editado por / a cura di Víctor Sánchez Sánchez, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2019 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 11), pp. xiv+516, ISBN: 978-88-8109-513-1. Contents España e Italia...

Instrumental Music and The Industrial Revolution

edited by Roberto Illiano and Luca Lévi Sala, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2010 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 5), ISBN: 978-88-8109-468-4. Contents Essays by Luca Aversano, Claudio Bacciagaluppi,...

Renata Suchowiejko. Paris, capitale musicale polonaise dans l’entre-deux-guerres. Artistes – événements – contextes

Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2023 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 14), pp. 500, ISBN: 978-88-8109-537-7. Preview Contents Dès l’époque de Chopin, les musiciens polonais commencèrent à faire de Paris...

La tradizione violinistica italiana del Settecento

a cura di Simone Laghi, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2022 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 13), pp. x+254, ISBN: 978-88-8109-527-8. Contents   Prendendo come spunto le celebrazioni per il...

Text and Beyond

The Process of Music Composition from the 19th to the 20th Century. edited by Jonathan Goldman, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2016 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 8),...

Geminiani Studies

edited by Christopher Hogwood, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2013 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 6), ISBN: 978-88-8109-479-0. Essays by Gregory Barnett, Barra Boydell, Enrico Careri, Cheryll Duncan,...

Musikedition als Vermittlung und Übersetzung

Festschrift für Petra Weber zum 60. Geburtstag. edited by Christian Speck, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2016 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 9), ISBN: 978-88-8109-500-1. Contents Musical composition is always...

Giovanni Battista Viotti. A Composer between the Two Revolutions

edited by Massimiliano Sala, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2006 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 2), ISBN: 978-88-8109-457-8. Essays by Clive Brown, Giuliano Castellani, Federico Celestini, Mariateresa Dellaborra,...

Jewishness, Jewish Identity and Music Culture in 19th-Century Europe

a cura di Luca Lévi Sala, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2020 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 12), pp. 320. Contents Preface The present book aims to describe 19th-century Jewish...

European Fin-de-siècle and Polish Modernism. The Music of Mieczysław Karłowicz

edited by Luca Lévi Sala, Bologna, Ut Orpheus Edizioni, 2010 (Ad Parnassum Studies, 4), ISBN: 978-88-8109-467-7. Contents Essays by Tomasz Baranowski, Andrzej Chwałba, Stephen Downes, Peter...

Ad Parnassum Journal Vol. 21 – No. 41 – October 2023

Contents News, Bios, Books Received and Abstracts

Ad Parnassum Journal – Vol. 21 – No. 40- April 2023

ARTICLES Beverly Jerold Equal Temperament and Johann Sebastian Bach’s Music Fabrizio Ammetto, Francisco Javier Lupiáñez Ruiz, Luis Miguel Pinzón Acosta The Thematic Catalogue of the Musical Works of...

Ad Parnassum Journal – Vol. 20 – No. 39- October 2022

ARTICLES Fabrizio Ammetto, Francisco Javier Lupiáñez Ruiz, Luis Miguel Pinzón Acosta The Thematic Catalogue of the Musical Works of Johann Georg Pisendel (PW): I. The Chamber...

Ad Parnassum Journal – Vol. 20 – No. 38- April 2022

Ad Parnassum Vol. 20 - No. 38 - April 2022 pp. 112 ARTICLES Michael Talbot Two Unsuspected New Violin Sonatas by Tomaso Albinoni in the Estensische Musikalien Nieves Pascual León La...

Ad Parnassum Journal – Vol. 19 – No. 37- October 2021

Ad Parnassum Journal - Vol. 19 - No. 37 - October 2021, pp. 128 ARTICLES Barry Cooper The Origins of the Opening Motif in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony Imre...