Still on the Map?
Considering Regional Historiography of Music
The paper aims to re-evaluate regionality as a key concept in musicology. After a short introduction to the topic, a case study on Salzburg is presented, followed by critical remarks on relevant literature and a summary that attempts to redefine the significance of regional and local developments within the discipline.
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