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Les liens de la Belgique avec la Société française de musicologie et sa Revue

By Henri Vanhulst

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As early as 1920, the Société française de musicologie attempted to recruit members from Belgium. Despite the assistance of Charles Van den Borren, in the early years, the number of Belgian members ofthe society seems nonetheless never to have exceeded fifteen. Furthermore, before 1945, very few "Belgian" articles appeared in the Revue de musicologie. The foundation of the Société belge de musicologie and its Revue, in 1946, had the effect of increasing contacts between French and Belgian musicologists. It abo had the effect of enhancing the development of the study of musicology in Belgian universities. Between 1946 and 2016, almost sixty French musicologists had articles published in Revue belge de musicologie, often in issues with special themes. By contrast, in that same time period, fewer than twenty Belgians had articles published in the French Revue de musicologie.SCOPUS: re.jinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishe

Topics: Musicologie
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:dipot.ulb.ac.be:2013/263165
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