Submissions to Sacred Music Invited

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As the longest continuously published journal on
music in North America, Sacred Music
has an impressive legacy.  We’ve
published myriad articles from outstanding scholars in our field, had a
remarkable line of editors, and served as an important resource for parish
musicians and scholars of liturgical music alike.

In order to continue this legacy, we invite
submissions for publication, especially in the following areas:

-         
Sacred
music repertory

o  
Analysis
of little-known works

o  
Analysis
of works in the “canon”

o  
New
insights into well-known works

o  
The
liturgical significance of a work(s)

-         
Articles
of a historical nature

o  
Documentation
of liturgical trends/reforms

o  
Original
scholarship

o  
Composers
or compositions of significance

-         
Commentary

o  
Insightful
commentary about current trends

o  
Analysis
of the implementation of legislation of sacred music or liturgy

-         
Reviews

o  
Book
reviews

o  
Hymnal
reviews

o  
Sacred
music resource reviews

o  
New
music reviews

-         
Pedagogical
essays

o  
Choral,
rehearsal, or vocal pedagogy

o  
Helpful
suggestions for parish directors of music

-         
Interviews

o  
Contemporary
composers of note

o  
Clergy
or leaders who are concerned with sacred music and liturgy

-         
News

o  
Reports
from conferences, concerts, or liturgies

 

Submissions
may be sent to [email protected] and should be submitted as a Word
document, single-spaced, with 12-point Times New Roman font and embedded
footnotes (no bibliography, please).  If
images are included, they should be unencumbered by copyright (it is the
responsibility of the author to secure reprint privileges in the case of
copyrighted images) and at a resolution of 300 DPI or higher.  In general, the Chicago Manual of Style is followed, but with a few minor
adaptations.  The complete style sheet and
other helpful information may be found on the journal’s website at www.musicasacra.com/sacred-music/. 


If
you are interested in becoming a contributor and helping Sacred Music continue its proud heritage, we look forward to
hearing from you!

 

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