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Subjectivity in European Song: Time, Place, and Identity

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Research Fellow, Ceri Owen, has co-edited a special issue of the leading peer-reviewed journal 19th-Century Music, entitled 'Subjectivity in European Song: Time, Place, and Identity'.

The collection includes Ceri's article on Vaughan Williams's early songs, and gathers contributions from leading scholars, including Scott Burnham, Benedict Taylor, Philip Ross Bullock, Julian Johnson, Laura Tunbridge, and Lawrence Kramer.


19th-Century Music covers all aspects of Western art music between the mid-eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries. The editors welcome—in no particular order—considerations of composers and compositions, styles, performance, historical watersheds, cultural formations, critical methods, musical institutions, ideas, and topics not named on this list. Their aim is to publish contributions to ongoing conversations at the leading edge of musical and multidisciplinary scholarship.