RRIMO: Recent researches in music : access until June 20, 2020

The University of Cambridge now has access to RRIMO: Recent researches in music via this link until June 20, 2020.  We thank the publisher for enabling this access.

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A-R Editions’ rich history stretches back to Yale University, 1962, when two former college roommates—Gary Aamodt and Clyde Rykken (the A and the R of A-R Editions)—had the vision to create a publishing outlet for the research of musicologists who had come to the U.S. after World War II. Thus began the Recent Researches in Music concept—to publish modern, well-edited editions of outstanding music from the past. We have since grown to become internationally recognized for our expertise in music publishing. Our music publications can be found in almost every university music library and in major collections around the world

Our strength is in bringing forward from the past works by composers who are not as well-known as Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart but who had the talent and drive to make significant contributions to the development of Western music. This repertoire includes works from long before the printing press or any commercially available sheet music. The foundation of our publications remains the Recent Researches in Music series, which include music from every style period in the history of Western music. Contents are chosen from proposals submitted by researchers from all over the world based on historical significance, musical quality, and their value to scholars and performers. Each new volume includes discussions of historical context and performance practice. Our staff musicologists and engravers provide a level of peer review and production excellence that rivals any in the world.


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