Issue No. 1.2017 / 17
“Musical dedications” in the Russian instrumental music at the turn of XIX – XX centuries (statement of a question)Konstantin V. Zenkin
The concept of musical rhythm in the works by E. A. Ruchyevskaya
The notion of “musical idiom” in Russian musicological tradition: an essay in interpretation and application
Issue No. 4.2016 / 16
A. F. Losev about music critics
The tendencies in musicology in Russia: basing on data of dissertations of 1930s – 2000s
H. G. Neuhaus and his disciples in the Urals
Issue No. 3.2016 / 15
Functional approach in Russian study on musical form
R. N. Berberov's Analytical Concept in Reference to Structural and Processual Correspondences in Musical Form
On the Issue of Teaching So-called ‘Nationalist Composers’ as Exemplified by Heinrich Litinsky and Albert Lehmann
Issue No. 2.2016 / 14
Development of The i:m:t-Triad by Boris V. Asafiev in Functional Theory of Victor P. Bobrovskiy
Theory of cyclic forms in E. V. Nazaykinsky’s heritage
Alexander D. Alekseev’s scientific and pedagogical school
Music as a subject of philosophical reflection. Review of a book: Zenkin K. Music — Eidos — Time. Losev and horizons of contemporary science of music. M .: Monuments of Historical Thought, 2015. 464 p.
Issue No. 1.2016 / 13
The Concept of Tonality Evolution by Yuri Kholopov
The Traditions of Moscow Harmony School as a Teaching Method at The Central Music School of The Moscow State Conservatory
Taneyev, Skryabin, and the Orchestra: Concepts of Thematic Unity in Russian Symphonies at the Turn of the 20th Century
Issue No. 4.2015 / 12
Three Variations on a Theme of an Opera Premiere
Materials of the virtual “round-table” discussing the trends and challenges of today's musical theater
(foreword and three interviews by Anna A. Amrakhova)
Beyond the Opera Production (about the process of working on my opera Beyond the Shadow)
The Phenomenon of New Musical Theater
Issue No. 3.2015 / 11
Grigory I. Lyzhov
The World of Music from a Bird’s-eye View. Review of a book: Science with No Borders. Collection of Articles Dedicated to the 15th Anniversary of the Journal Musiqi dünyası (Baku). Moscow: Publishing House Kompozitor, 2015.
Issue No. 2.2015 / 10
Yulia V. Nikolayevskaya
The Obvious and the Latent in the Dramaturgy of a Musical Work
Tatyana A. Litvinova
Ear Analysis of Tone Color in the Course of Ear Training
Issue No. 1.2015 / 9
Simon S. Desbruslais
The Western Reception of Sergei Taneyev
Issue No. 4а.2014 / 8а
The Music Theory of Today: Problems and Prospective of the Disciplinary Matrix
Evgeniya I. Chigareva
Motif as a Musical Category within the Structure of a Literary Work
Galina V. Grigoryeva
Viktor Tsukkerman’s Method of Analyzing the Integrity of a Musical Piece in the Light of the History of Its Teaching during the Soviet Period and Its Renewal in Today’s Russian Scholarly Tradition
Lyudmila S. D’yachkova
The Paths of Evolution of Leo Mazel’s School
Marina S. Skrebkova-Filatova
Sergey Skrebkov’s Theory of the Historical Evolution of Musical Styles in Today’s Context
Issue No. 4.2014 / 8
Issue No. 3.2014 / 7
“Musique saturée” as a brand-new trend in today’s French school of composition
Issue No. 2.2014 / 6
Alexey Panov, Ivan Rozanov
"Towards Tact and Tactus in German Baroque Treatises"
"The Paradoxes of Rhythm in the Musical Form"
"Approaches to the Interpretation of the Harmonic Rhythm in Foreign Musicology"
Issue No. 1.2014 / 5
Methodological Specificities of Music Studies: through the works of Russian Scholars
The Theory of Musical Content, Musical Hermeneutics and Musical Semantics: Similarity and Differences
Issue No. 4.2013 / 4
Prof. Irina Susidko, D.A.
Issues of the analysis of the seventeenth-eighteenth-century Italian opera
Prof. Tatyana Tsaregradskaya, D.A.
On certain trends in the studies of the twentieth-century music in Europe and in Russia
Ascc. Prof. Lola Djumanova, Ph.D. in Art Studies
Problems and perspectives of Elementary Theory of Music in the context of continuous music education
Issue No. 3.2013 / 3
Prof. Zoya Glyadeshkina (1937–2014), Ph.D. in Art Studies (doctoral thesis completed and submitted)
The notions of modalité and tonalité in Russia’s nineteenth-century music theory
Assc. Prof. Margarita Katunyan, Ph.D. in Art Studies
Studying Harmony in a creative manner
Prof. Yulia Moskva, D.A.
The principles of Formbildung in Gregorian chant in view of the system of its melodic idioms
Assc. Prof. Marina Girfanova, Ph.D. in Art Studies
The development of isorhythm in early motets by Philippe de Vitry
Assc. Prof. Anna Grutsynova, D.A.
On the role of polyphonic fragments in ballets of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries
Assc. Prof. Natalya Plotnikova, D.A.
On the technique of canon in Vassily Titov’s oeuvre
Prof. Nikolay Tarasevich, D.A.
Mensural notation. Mensural and proportional canons
Prof. Tatyana Frantova, D.A.
The practical targeting of the subject of Polyphony as a topical problem of music teaching in the 21st century
Prof. Elena Polotskaya, D.A.
Pyotr Tchaikovsky as a translator of François Gevaert
Issue No. 2.2013 / 2
Today’s Musicology and “The Style of the Time”
On Perspective of the Functional Approach in the Research of Musical Stylistics
A “Virtual Quotation” in Tchaikovsky’s Opera “The Queen of Spades” as a “Counter-textual Paradox”
The Treatise De mensurabili musica by Johannes de Garlandia
The Theory of Genres in the Old-Russian Chant
The French Passacaglia and Chaconne in the Context of Grand Siècle Rhetorical Tradition
Modular Form in Music and Principles of Its Analysis
Carl Dahlhaus about the Future of the 18–20th-century Music Analysis
Musical Form as an Educational Subject at the Moscow Conservatory
Issue No. 1.2013 / 1
The Music Theory Department Twenty Years After
The Music Theory Department of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
Interdisciplinary Focuses of the General Theory of Music
Russian Theoretical Concepts of Music History
The Forecast of Professional Music Education in Russia
“Bridge to Modernity”: The Harmony Course Targeted at the Learning of Musical Styles
Polyphony as an Educational Course of the Future
The Current State of, and Development Perspective for, Polyphony as an Educational Subject at the Moscow Conservatory