Scholarship in Cyberspace : Music Research in the Digital Age

Lee Rothfarb


Digital resources for humanistic research have expanded dramatically in the last two decades. Scholars can browse libraries and archives located around the world and read digitized documents on networked computers in the comfort of their university offices and private homes. This essay identifies and discusses several electronically accessible archives and bibliographic sources in the field of music theory, and goes on to briefly describe the usefulness of digitized resources in research on the reception of composer Anton Bruckner's symphonies and music theorist Heinrich Schenker's early education.


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digital scholarship; digital archives; digital library; open-access scholarship; music bibliography; music theory; Anton Bruckner; Johannes Brahm; Eduard Hanslick; Heinrich Schenker;

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ISSN 2299-565X