A quarterly journal devoted to all aspects of American music and music in America
American Music is an independent, peer-reviewed journal published quarterly by the University of Illinois Press. Its articles, reviews, and special issues are devoted to American music in the broadest sense, including musical practices of North, South, and Central America as well as American musics performed anywhere in the world.
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Issued quarterly (SPRING, SUMMER, FALL, & WINTER)
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Essays after a Sonata
Women, Music, and the Spoken Word
Marian Wilson Kimber
Singing, Shouting, and the Shadow of Minstrelsy
Activism and a Hunger Called Theater
Dia Da Costa
A Life of Music, Love, and Politics
Jean R. Freedman
A Guide for the Academy
Regina F. Bendix, Kilian Bizer, and Dorothy Noyes
The wrong place for the Right people
Barney Josephson with Terry Trilling-Josephson
Music, Biography, Identity
Edited by Ruth Hellier
John Philip Sousa's Washington Years, 1854-1893