A-R Editions Announces Its New Editorial Board for the
Online Music Anthology Text Component

A-R Editions announces the formation of its new editorial board for the A-R Online Music Anthology. The Editorial Board will focus on texts that will augment the music already available digitally and which will differ from conventional surveys as a customizable, multi-author resource that instructors can use to build coursepacks for music history and theory classes.

The editorial board includes the following musicologists and music librarians:

James P. Cassaro (University of Pittsburgh)
Jane Gottlieb (The Juilliard School)
L. Michael Griffel (The Juilliard School)
Mark McKnight (University of North Texas)
James Parsons (Missouri State University)
Jennifer Thomas (University of Florida)
Marian Wilson Kimber (University of Iowa)

James L. Zychowicz, director of the Special Projects Division of A-R Editions, leads the editorial board.           

A-R’s Music Anthology is an exclusively digital collection that offers instructors and students affordable and easy access to more than 600 scores of works most often taught in music history and theory programs. Registered instructors can build their own custom anthologies or use pre-set coursepacks that offer students substantial savings over print.

Available globally, the Anthology is fully searchable, with easy access for unlimited numbers of users at any time and place. It is the next generation of music anthologies. As Board member Michael Griffel of the Juilliard School states:

The A-R Online Music Anthology, with its vast array of music representing essential styles, genres, forms, procedures, and composers, is the music anthology of the future. Students will be able to make use of it for many different courses, and teachers will be able to vary their course content with ease from one semester to another.

A-R is pleased to work with the outstanding individuals on this Board.

More information is available at the A-R Online Music Anthology website: www.armusicanthology.com.