STUDIA MUSICA
   
     
 

STUDIA MUSICA TODAY

Starting from its very first number the magazine is opened to all the experts of the music field that belong to all the musical institutions of the country and also the foreign institutions as well.

The speciality reviewer, which guides the magazine, relies on the reports, by which we try to increase the professional performance of the successive volumes until they reach their maximum of efficiency and also their professional accuracy. They are musical personalities that are recognized both in our country and also internationally as they have a wide professional experience.

Acad. Dr. István ALMÁSI, Folk Music Scientific Researcher, Cluj-Napoca,
Romania, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts – Budapest, Hungary
Univ. Prof. Dr. István ANGI, „Gh. Dima” Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Univ. Prof. Dr. Gabriel BANCIU, „Gh. Dima” Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Univ. Prof. Dr. Habil. Stela DRĂGULIN, Transylvania University of Braşov, Romania
Univ. Prof. Dr. Noémi MACZELKA DLA, Pianist, Head of the Arts Institute and the Department of Music Education, University of Szeged, „Juhász Gyula” Faculty of Education, Hungary
College Prof. Dr. Péter ORDASI, University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music, Hungary
Univ. Prof. Dr. Pavel PUŞCAŞ, „Gh. Dima” Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Univ. Prof. Dr. Valentina SANDU-DEDIU, National University of Music, Bucharest, Romania Univ. Prof. Dr. Ilona SZENIK, „Gh. Dima” Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Acad. Univ. Prof. Dr. Eduard TERÉNYI, „Gh. Dima” Music Academy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts – Budapest, Hungary
Acad. College Associate Prof. Dr. Péter TÓTH, DLA, University of Szeged, Dean of the Faculty of Musical Arts, Hungary, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts – Budapest, Hungary

 

From the first number of the magazine there are requests of subscriptions both from inside the country and also from the outside world.

In addition, there are requests both from the individuals and also from musical institutions and universities. The editorial also has international and national exchange contracts of musicology magazines. In addition, the magazine can be bought from UBB Book SHOP (Napoca Street, no 11), Phoenix Book Shop (Iuliu Maniu Street) and Alfia Antiquary of the St. O. Iosif Street of Cluj-Napoca. It can also be requested by mail.

The articles can be purchased online via the Central and Eastern European Online Library Germany (CEEOL): http://www.ceeol.com

Studia UBB Musica is abstracted and indexed in RILM Abstracts of Music Literature. Its full-text content is available electronically through RILM abstracts of music literature with full text.
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