This article aims to shed light on an issue which has been troubling musicians and musicologists for many years: the issue of Greek laikó [popular] modes. Initially, an effort is made to draw attention to the gaps within knowledge on, ...
British Postgraduate Musicology is an independent peer-reviewed musicological journal run by postgraduates for postgraduates. Under its title it aims to display the quality and diversity of scholarly studies produced primarily (but not exclusively) by postgraduate or recent postdoctoral students of music in the United Kingdom. Contributions are invited on any topic within the spheres of historical, analytical, critical or ethno – musicology. There is a short section for reviews, reports and notices particularly pertinent to postgraduate researchers.
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