Polish Music Journal
Pol Music J
Published/Hosted by University of Southern California.
The Polish Music Journal is an academic, peer-reviewed publication devoted to musicological studies of Polish music and music in Poland. The term "Polish music" refers to music by Polish composers created in Poland and abroad, as well as to music by members of any of the ethnic minorities living within the historically-changeable borders of Poland. The Journal's purpose is to provide a convenient, modern forum for publication of studies of the music that is not well known in the West. The editors wish to fill in the gap between the Polish researchers, publishing in their native language, and the English-speaking world. In order to make use of the capabilities of the electronic media, the Journal includes scanned musical examples (score excerpts), illustrations, abstracts, bibliographies, hypertext notes, reprints of historical documents and source material, and other features. The Journal is published electronically by the Polish Music Center at the University of Southern California. Submissions to the PMJ are evaluated by an international group of experts in Polish music and prepared by the editorial offices at the Polish Music Center, under the guidance of Maja Trochimczyk.
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