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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

Recent Articles

  1. Roy Christopher reviews two Routledge Music titles

    Xenakis: His Life in Music and John Cage: Music, Philosophy, and Intention, 1933-1950 

  2. Review of Focus: Irish Traditional Music

    Irish Studies Review
    By Fintan Vallely
    Online publication date: 4 May 2011

  3. Author Nic Collins performing at Bent Festival 2011

    Save the date!
    Friday, June 24th 2011@ 8:00PM 

  4. Music Theory Online review of Developing Musicianship Through Aural Skills

    "Developing Musicianship through Aural Skills... brings to the vast field of musicianship pedagogy a union of old and new concepts in a well-conceived rhythm and pitch design...With this text and its accompanying materials, musicians receive resources that truly enhance their twenty-first century aural skills and music theory classroom." 

  5. 2011 Music Catalog Now Available

    The 2011 catalog is filled with our latest outstanding publications and a selection of key titles, representing our continued commitment to bringing you the best in research and teaching resources. Click here to view online or email  if you would prefer to receive a paper copy.

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    Book of the Month for March: International Who’s Who in Classical/Popular Music Set

    Here's something for all those music enthusiasts out there. March saw the publication of Europa's extensive and fully revised Classical and Popular Music Who's Who set. This major two-volume publication provides full listings of all the movers and shakers in today's musical landscape and is an excellent resource for researching anyone from musicians to composers and everything in between. Published on the 24th of March, this latest Who's Who title is available to pre-order today or you can recommend it to your Librarian.

  7. New Online Resources Brochure Out Now

    Browse our new Online Resources Brochure to discover outstanding academic electronic resources across the Social Sciences, Humanities and Science and Technology.

    30 day free trials are available for libraries and institutions.

    To order a copy of the brochure, email

  8. Who's Who Classical Music 2010 - Online Music Source Positive about Latest Who’s Who in Classical Music

    This premier online classical music source describes the International Who's Who in Classical Music 2010 as 'a useful, comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date reference source for a wide variety of people'.

  9. Music Education Texts from Routledge

    Looking for the right Music Education text for your course?

  10. New for 2010: Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music

    'The treatment is straightforward ... McNeil's title will likely become the definitive work on the subject and fills a gap in a field that has had only sporadic reference documentation... Recommended for all libraries.'Library Journal

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