Mosaic Journal of Music Research

Mosaic is an online interdisciplinary music journal published by graduate students at the University at Buffalo SUNY. The journal publishes articles, reviews, and video in music theory and musicology in an online multi-media format, which encourages authors to take advantage of the multiple possibilities of web publishing.

Mission: Mosaic's purpose is to present a forum where innovative research in historical musicology and music theory converge with time-honored traditions. The journal bridges these disciplines with articles that complement one another, each individual perspective contributing a new tile to the mosaic of music research.

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09/23/2011

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09/22/2011

Everyone like Mosaic! Lots of hard work went into this journal. If you have interesting papers you might like published, let us know @ [email protected]

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220 Baird Hall Box 604700
Buffalo, NY
14260-4700

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