Liliana Gherman (born in 1939) is a very well-known name in music criticism in Romania, the author being professor at ‘George Enescu’ National University of the Arts of Iași. Her writings have proven that her critical thinking is in line with the style of a whole generation of Romanian musicologists, such as Elena Zottoviceanu, Clemansa Liliana Firca, Gheorghe Firca or Grigore Constantinescu to name only a few. In her double capacity of professor of Musical Forms and musicologist-analyst, Liliana Gherman has published highly professional scientific papers, detecting modern compositional techniques and promoting contemporary Romanian creations through advanced analytical methods. The book that we review -Zăbave analitice. Studii de muzicologie (Analytical Depths. Studies of Musicology) (Artes Publishing House, Iași, 2019) - comprises the first part of her work as a musicologist.
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Cozmei, M. (2010). Existențe și împliniri. Dicționar biobibliografic. Domeniul muzică [Existence and fulfillment. Bio-bibliographical dictionary. The field of music], 2nd edition. Iași: Artes.
Gherman, L. (2019). Zăbave analitice. Studii de muzicologie [Analytical Depths]. Iași: Artes.
Gherman, L. (2003; 2011). Dimensiuni ale creației și interpretării. File de cronică muzicală [Dimensions of Creation and Performance. Pages of musical criticism], vol. I, II, III. Iași: Artes.
Vasiliu, L. (2007). Muzicologia și jurnalismul. Prezența muzicii clasice în media românească de după 1989 [Musicology and journalism. The presence of classical music in the Romanian media after 1989]. Iași: Artes.