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We are pleased to announce that «Studi musicali» has obtained for 2021 the prize that the Ministry of Culture assigns to periodical publications of high cultural value.

The Editor-in Chief Teresa Gialdroni thanks the Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia, the President Superintendent Michele dall'Ongaro, the head of scientific activities Renato Meucci for their support, and all the staff who have contributed professionally to achieving this result, in particular Cecilia Nanni and the editor Giacomo Sciommeri. We also thank the members of the scientific committee and the anonymous reviewers who have ensured that the published contributions conform to the highest possible level.

Studi Musicali is Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia’s Journal dedicated to disciplines in the music sector and musicology. Founded in 1972 by Guido M. Gatti, it was run from 1977 to 1998 by Nino Pirotta, subsequently by Bruno Cagli and from 2001 to 2017 by Agostino Ziino. Until 2009, it was published by the publishing company L.S. Olschki of Florence, while from 2010 the new series has been published by the Accademia itself. Essays published in Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish relative to all fields of music of interest considering historical, didactic and inter-disciplinary perspectives.

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Studi Musicali

is a peer –reviewed magazine that follows a double-blind review for selections and publications of essays.


Teresa M. Gialdroni (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")

Editorial Assistant

Giacomo Sciommeri

Editorial Board

Annalisa Bini (Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia), Michele dall’Ongaro (Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia), Agostino Ziino (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")

Advisory Board

Luca Aversano (University of Roma Tre), Paola Besutti (University of Teramo), Stefano Campagnolo (Chief Librarian, Ministry of Culture, Rome), Frederick Hammond (Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY), Margaret Murata (University of California, Irvine), Guido Olivieri (University of Texas, Austin), Klaus Pietschmann (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz), Guido Salvetti (Conservatory “G. Verdi”, Milano), Álvaro Torrente (Universidad Complutense, Madrid), Lucio Tufano (University of Palermo), Philippe Vendrix (Université François Rabelais, Tours)

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