Vol. 100, Svensk tidskrift för musikforskning (2018)

Welcome to the 2018 issue of STM–SJM!

Articles and reviews will be published (open access) on this site throughout the year 2018, and today we make a start by presenting two articles on music in Nordic film of the mid-twentieth century. In one of the articles, Tobias Pontara (University of Gothenburg) investigates how the listening to technologically mediated music was represented in Swedish cinema in the years 1930–70, and further discusses what these representations may tell us about the transformation of listening practices in twentieth-century Sweden. In the other article, Kaarina Kilpiö (Sibelius Academy), Terhi Skaniakos (University of Tampere) and Ari Poutiainen (University of Helsinki) add to the knowledge of the rise of the Finnish jazziskelmä, an extremely successful mixture of modern jazz, popular music and dance music, by studying how the genre was launched in cinema and on television in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

9 April, 2018
Tobias Lund (chief editor)

 

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Editors

Tobias Lund (chief editor, publisher) tobias.lund@odeum.lu.se

Karin Johansson karin.johansson@mhm.lu.se

 

Editorial Board (since May 2015)

Karin Hallgren (Linnæus University, Växjö)

Åsa Bergman (University of Gothenburg)

Sverker Hyltén Cavallius (Musikverket)

Henrik Frisk (Royal College of Music, Stockholm)

Claes Ericsson (Halmstad University)

 

Advisory Board (since 2014)

Alf Björnberg (University of Gothenburg)

Johannes Brusila (Åbo Akademi University)

Bengt Edlund (formerly at Lund University)

Karin L Eriksson (Linnaeus University, Växjö)

Johan Fornäs (Södertörn University)

Erling E. Guldbrandsen (University of Oslo)

Erkki Huovinen (Royal College of Music, Stockholm)

Jeffrey Kallberg (University of Pennsylvania)

Annemette Kirkegaard (University of Copenhagen)

Lars Lilliestam (University of Gothenburg)

Signe Rotter (Akademie der Künste Berlin)

Øivind Varkøy (Norwegian Academy of Music)

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100, Svensk tidskrift för musikforskning