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Plainsong & Medieval Music
  • ISSN: 0961-1371 (Print), 1474-0087 (Online)
  • Frequency: 2 issues per year
Published twice a year, this journal covers the entire field of plainchant and music. It encompasses Eastern and Western chant, secular lyric, music theory, paleography, performance practice, as well as medieval polyphony, both sacred and secular. The chronological scope extends from late antiquity to the early Renaissance and to the present day in the case of chant. In addition to articles embodying original research, the journal publishes book reviews, a list of important recent publications, an annual bibliography of chant research and an annual discography of chant recordings.

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