Musicalia publishes articles focused on research in sources concerning the history of music. It concentrates above all on the rich collections of the Czech Museum of Music, including sources whose significance surpasses the boundaries of Czechia and extends into the European context. The journal mainly publishes articles in the fields of music historiography, iconography, and organology. It is published by the Czech Museum of Music as part of the National Museum.
Why subscribe and read
Musicalia discusses newly-discovered musical sources in scholarly essays.
Focused on music collections.
Rich pictorial material.
Informatorium about activities of the Czech Museum of Music.
Professional editing of all articles.
Good printing quality.
The articles are published after double-blind peer review provided by experts in the subject.
Abstracting & Indexing
Musicalia is covered by the following services:
CNKI Scholar (China National Knowledge Infrastructure)
CNPIEC - cnpLINKer
EBSCO (relevant databases)
EBSCO Discovery Service
KESLI-NDSL (Korean National Discovery for Science Leaders)
Editor-in-Chief Jana Vojtěšková, National Museum, Prague, Czech Republic
Deputy/ Managing Editor Dagmar Štefancová, National Museum, Prague, Czech Republic
Editorial Advisory Board John Tyrrell, -, UK Jarmila Gabrielová, Faculty of Arts Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic Emanuele Gadaleta, National Museum, Prague, Czech Republic Jaromír Havlík, Academie of Performing Arts, Czech Republic Václav Kapsa, Department of Music History, Institute of Ethnology, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic Jana Lengová, Institut of Musicologie of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia Milan Pospíšil, Arts and Theatre Institut, Czech Republic Vlasta Reittererová, -, Austria Viktor Velek, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Ostrava Jana Vozková, Department of Music History, Institute of Ethnology, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
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