Subject area Musicology
Dresdner Schriften zur Musik
Published by the Carl Maria von Weber University of Music. The responsible series editor is the current chairman of the doctoral committee, Prof. Dr. phil. habil. Matthias Herrmann The series of the Carl Maria von Weber University of Music ties in with the historically evolved and still outstanding position of music in Dresden. The series is by no means thematically fixed; it is also open to conference reports and publications by professors working at the institution.
Published by the Richard Wagner Society Frankfurt am Main With the publication series Frankfurter Wagner-Kontexte, the Richard-Wagner-Verband Frankfurt am Main has expanded its scholarship programme, which has so far focused on supporting young stage artists. By awarding an annual publication scholarship, a musicological and high-quality contribution to Richard Wagner research is made. The range of topics is deliberately broad. The only requirement is that the primarily funded dissertations must guarantee a concrete context to the composer Richard Wagner.
Schriften des Dresdner Kreuzchores
Published on behalf of the Dresdner Kreuzchor by Prof. Dr phil. habil. Matthias Herrmann The writings of the Dresdner Kreuzchor are dedicated to one of the most traditional boys’ choirs of world renown. The Dresdner Kreuzchor is in its eighth century of existence and has helped write Dresden, Saxon and German musical history. Its sound culture has become a trademark and its repertoire reflects the great epochs of Western culture.
Systematische Musikwissenschaft und Musikkulturen der Gegenwart
Edited by Prof. Dr Claudia Bullerjahn The series presents the results of musicological research and scientific colloquia at the Institute for Musicology and Music Education at the Justus Liebig University Giessen. The series addresses the latest research in the field of systematic musicology (especially music psychology, music sociology and music aesthetics) as well as all current phenomena of contemporary music cultural life and problematises them with a musicological focus. Popular music and music in the media are also explicitly addressed and examined in an interdisciplinary manner. The series offers self-contained contributions on all forms of music.