Polish Music Journal
Vols. 4-5. 2001-2002. ISSN 1521 - 6039




    Dr. Maja Trochimczyk [formerly: Maria Anna Harley], Los Angeles. U.S.A. Assistant Professor of Music History and Literature, Thornton School of Music, and S. & W. Wilk Director of the Polish Music Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Specialist in the music of the 20th-century, music aesthetics, Polish music, women composers. Author of over thirty scholarly articles (on Andriessen, Bacewicz, Bartók, Brant, Chopin, Górecki, Lutosławski, Ptaszyńska, Xenakis, musical space, etc.), editor of two books (After Chopin: Essays in Polish Music, The Music of Louis Andriessen).

Editorial Board:

  • Prof. Maciej Gołąb, Warsaw, Poland. Associate Professor of musicology, Institute of Musicology, University of Warsaw, Poland; professor of musicology, University of Wrocław, Poland. Specialist in Polish music of the 19th and the 20th centuries, especially Chopin, Koffler, also Webern and 12-tone music. Author of four books and numerous articles, book chapters. General Editor, Polish Musicological Quarterly, Muzyka, Institute of Fine Arts, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.

  • Dr. Martina Homma, Cologne, Germany. General Editor and Owner, Bela Verlag Music Publisher, Cologne, Germany. Specialist in Polish music after World War II, sketch studies and gender issues; Chair of ISCM Cologne section and of Frau Musica (nova). In 1998/99 Visiting Professor of musicology at the University of Siegen, Germany.

  • Prof. Jeffrey Kallberg, Philadelphia, U.S. Professor of Music at the University of Pennsylvania. Specialist in music of the 19th and 20th centuries, editorial theory, critical theory, and gender studies. Recipient of many awards, the leading American expert on Chopin, General Editor of New Perspectives in Music History and Criticism (Cambridge University Press).

  • Dr. Halina Goldberg is an Assistant Professor at University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa who previously taught at Indiana University, Bloomington. She studied musicology at the Graduate School of the City University of New York (disseration on Musical Life in Warsaw During Chopin's Youth, 1810-1830 , of 1997, forthcoming as Music in Chopin's Warsaw from Oxford University Press). Winner of the 1998 Wilk Prize for Research in Polish Music (professional category).

  • Prof. Adrian Thomas, Cardiff, U.K. Professor of Music, Cardiff University of Wales, U.K. Composer and musicologist, author of pioneering studies of Górecki and Polish music of the 20th century, one of the main contributors of "Polish music" entries to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 7th ed.

  • Dr. Elżbieta Witkowska Zaremba; Warsaw, Poland. Associate Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, Polish Academy of Sciences. With a background in classic philology and musicology, she is a specialist in the history of medieval music theory, music notation, and Johannes de Muris. Member of Editorial Board, Polish Musicological Quarterly, Muzyka.

Staff and Collaborators:

  • Dr. Linda Schubert, Assistant Editor (1999-2002).
  • Marek Żebrowski, Translator (2002).
  • Michael Bedernik, USC student. Editorial Assistant (2002).

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