SSCM’s newsletter is published semiannually in the spring and fall and is distributed to SSCM members and institutional subscribers. The newsletter publishes general news of the society, official reports, programs of annual meetings, brief scholarly articles, lists of recent publications by Society members, as well as notices of and reports on meetings and colloquia related to seventeenth-century musical culture. Materials for publication should be submitted to:
Editor, 17th-Century Music
Department of Music, Oklahoma State University
132 Seretean Center for the Performing Arts
Stillwater, OK 74078
tel: +1 (405) 744-2353
Members should send news of their latest accomplishments: hiring or promotion, awards, recent publications, performances, and recordings. If you will be attending or participating in relevant conferences or concerts in coming months, but believe that the Society membership at large may not be aware of such, please send the pertinent information (title, dates, location, web address, contact person) for advance publicity in 17th-Century Music.
Back issues of 17th-Century Music from 1991 to 2009 are available on this site; current issues are available only with a membership in SSCM. For hard copy of back issues, contact the Treasurer of the Society; availability is limited.
Short entries for the back-cover column, “Obscure Musicians” are welcome. Submissions should adhere to the following guidelines:
a) The seventeenth-century individual cannot have an entry in any of the Grove dictionaries, MGGs, or the national biographical encyclopedias.
b) There must be at least one firm date for the individual; and
c) The entry should include useable citations for documents, bibliographies, discographies, works lists, etc.
Submissions must be received electronically at email@example.com or
in hardcopy to editor of the newsletter. Normal entries should fit into the 4” x 5” back cover space of the newsletter.
Vol. 1 published by the American Heinrich Schütz Society
Vol. 2 published by SSCM
Amanda Eubanks Winkler
Kelley A. Harness