The Schubert Society of the USA is pleased to announce the official launch of its new scholarly journal. The aim of ARPEGGIONE is to broaden the vistas of Schubert research and to promote greater multidisciplinary approaches to the study of the life and work of Franz Schubert. Such study will include all aspects of Schubert scholarship and performance from the fields of general history, music history, musicology, music theory, performance studies and history, reception history, and the arts and humanities. While the focus is on scholarship, we wish to make ARPEGGIONE accessible to the non-specialist contributor and reader. All contributions to these pages will adhere to the best scholarly and literary standards and practices. The only criteria for acceptance of papers will be the originality of ideas, persuasiveness of arguments, and clarity of presentation. The main principle of the editorial policy will be open-mindedness and tolerance for the heterogeneity of ideas.
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