The Journal of the Royal Musical Association was established in 1986 (replacing the Association's Proceedings) and is now one of the major international refereed journals in its field. Its editorial policy is to publish outstanding articles in fields ranging from historical and critical musicology to theory and analysis, ethnomusicology, and popular music studies. The journal works to disseminate knowledge across the discipline and communicate specialist perspectives to a broad readership, while maintaining the highest scholarly standards. There is an International Advisory Panel to advise the Editor.
There is a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/JournalRMA where readers of the journal can keep up to date on developments and comment on articles and reviews.
Dr Laura Tunbridge
University of Oxford
Christ Church, Oxford, and Liverpool Hope University
Proceedings was the principal publication of the Royal Musical Association from its foundation in 1874. It provided a record of papers read at meetings. Vol.112 onwards were published by Oxford University Press as the Journal of the Royal Musical Association.
Limited supplies of Volumes 90-111 are still available at £13/€23/$21 each. Full classified content list available free.