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Andrew Barker †, University of Birmingham, UK

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Eleonora Rocconi, Università di Pavia, Italy

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David Creese, University of Newcastle, UK
Timothy Moore, Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Egert Pöhlmann, Institut für Alte Sprachen Uni Erlangen, Germany
Massimo Raffa, Università della Calabria, Italy
Donatella Restani, Università di Bologna, Italy

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Kamila Wyslucha, Bibliographer for Moisa, Switzerland

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Marco Ercoles, Università di Bologna, Italy
Antonietta Provenza, Università di Palermo, Italy

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Maggi Creese, UK
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Greek and Roman Musical Studies

Editor-in-Chief: Eleonora Rocconi
Greek and Roman Musical Studies is the first and, at present, the only specialist periodical in the fields of ancient Greek and Roman music. It publishes papers offering cultural, historical, theoretical, archaeological, iconographical and other perspectives on music in Classical antiquity, and on its reception in later times (especially the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, but also more recent periods). The Editorial Board will also consider contributions on music elsewhere in the Mediterranean region, including Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Mesopotamia. Cross-disciplinary approaches will be particularly appreciated.
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