Music

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On these pages you will find information on the Routledge list, which covers Ethnomusicology and World Music, Music Education, Music Theory, Western Music Styles (Early & Classical), and more, such as Film Music, Music Technology, Music Business and Music Cognition.

There is also information on books for students and series, as well as access to our collections and contact information.

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80Series in Music

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  • The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education

    Edited by Gareth Dylan Smith, Zack Moir, Matt Brennan, Shara Rambarran, Phil Kirkman

    Popular music is a growing presence in education, formal and otherwise, from primary school to postgraduate study. Programmes, courses and modules in popular music studies, popular music performance, songwriting and areas of music technology are becoming commonplace across higher education.…

    Hardback – 2017-02-02
    Routledge

  • Engaging in Community Music

    An Introduction

    By Lee Higgins, Lee Willingham

    Engaging in Community Music: An Introduction focuses on the processes involved in designing, initiating, executing and evaluating community music practices. Designed for both undergraduate and graduate students, in community music programmes and related fields of study alike, this co-authored…

    Paperback – 2017-01-26
    Routledge

  • Scholarly Research for Musicians

    By Sang-Hie Lee

    Scholarly Research for Musicians presents a range of research methods and techniques, incorporating both the common elements of traditional music research methodologies with innovative research strategies endemic to the fields of social science, education, and performance science. The author’s…

    Paperback – 2017-01-24
    Routledge

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  • Genevieve Aoki, Editor, Music

    Genevieve Aoki acquires books on music, focusing on areas including music theory, popular music, American music, music and film/media, music business, and music technology. She publishes textbooks and supplementary books for courses at the university level, as well as handbooks, edited collections, and research monographs. Among the series she manages are the Music and Screen Media series and the Routledge Global Popular Music series. She is especially interested in books that make current scholarship, emerging paradigms, and innovative approaches accessible to a student audience.

  • Heidi Bishop, Senior Editor

    Heidi Bishop commissions monographs (single-authored and edited collections), handbooks, companions and supplementary texts in the areas of music education research, teaching and practice, popular music, music and culture, aesthetics, screen music, musical theatre, music and gender, sociology of music, music and politics as well as classical music from the Baroque period right up to the present day. Heidi developed the Ashgate music list over a period of 15 years and continues this work with Routledge. Please do get in touch to discuss potential book proposals.

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  • Constance Ditzel, Senior Editor

    Constance Ditzel acquires books for music, showcasing anchor titles in World Music, Ethnomusicology, and Music Technology. In addition, the Music list hosts developing clusters in Music Theory and Music Education – with books that complement each other and meet a particular need. With more than twenty years of experience in academic publishing, Constance is particularly attuned to the needs of teachers and students, listening to our readership for direction in content as well as delivery, and assessing writing by how it accommodates the appropriate audience. She seeks handbooks, textbooks, and an array of research monographs and edited collections in Musicology.

  • Emma Gallon, Editor

    Emma Gallon commissions research monographs, edited collections and handbooks in Music. Her main areas of focus include classical music across all periods, opera, ethnomusicology, psychology of music, music theory and analysis, and music and material culture. She would be keen to hear from anyone considering submitting a book proposal in these areas. Emma completed her PhD on the music of Thomas Adès in 2011 and continues to be an active independent scholar in the fields of contemporary classical music, narrative and meaning, and opera.

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