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The journal Die Musikforschung was founded in 1948 on behalf of the Gesellschaft für Musikforschung. It is one of the leading german musicological journals in which papers from various subdisciplines (music history, music theory, ethnomusicology, systematic musicology) are published. There is no focus on a special subject. In addition to papers, the journal includes reviews of musicological books and editions, reports of conferences, a list of german musicological doctoral dissertations completed in the respective year, and an overview of lectures and courses on musicology at german-speaking universities (twice a year).
Coverage: 1948-2011 (1. Jahrg., H. 1 - 64. Jahrg., H. 4)
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