Res Musica

Res Musica

The Res Musica yearbook aims to provide a wide forum for published articles on Estonian musicology. Comprising articles written by an international circle of scholars, it will cover all areas of musicological research. The musicological yearbook is published by the Estonian Musicological Society (EMS) and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT). Before acceptance for publication, all articles are peer-reviewed by scholars active in appropriate areas of academic research.

Issues are focused on different fields of musicology rotationally and they are edited by members of editorial board in turn.

Upcoming issues:

Res Musica 16 (2024) / Call for Papers

(Pop music and subculture; ed. Brigitta Davidjants)

Res Musica 15 (2023) / Forthcoming

(Jaan Ross 65, music psychology, Adorno; ed. Marju Raju)

Latest issue:

Res Musica 14 (2022)

(Music history - Arvo Pärt; ed. Toomas Siitan)

Older issues:

Res Musica 13 (2021)

(Music theory; ed. Kerri Kotta)

Res Musica 12 (2020)

(Ethnomusicology, music history; eds. Žanna Pärtlas, Anu Schaper)

Res Musica 11 (2019)

(Music history; ed. Anu Kõlar)

Res Musica 10 (2018)

(Popular music, artistic research; eds. Kristel Pappel, Hannaliisa Uusma)

Res Musica 9 (2017)

(Dedicated to Urve Lippus (1950–2015); ed. Jaan Ross)

Res Musica 8 (2016)

(Ethnomusicology; ed. Žanna Pärtlas)

Res Musica 7 (2015)

(Music theory; ed. Kerri Kotta)

Res Musica 6 (2014)

(Music history; ed. Toomas Siitan)

Res Musica 5 (2013)

(Music theatre; ed. Kristel Pappel)

Res Musica 4 (2012)

(Ethnomusicology; ed. Žanna Pärtlas)

Res Musica 3 (2011)

(Music theory; ed. Kerri Kotta)

Res Musica 2 (2010)

(Articles by postgraduates / postdoctorate researchers; ed. Jaan Ross)

Res Musica 1 (2009)

(Music history; ed. Urve Lippus)