Editorial Board

Legal responsibility
Claudio Santori
Cecilia Luzzi
Conservatorio  di Perugia
Stefano Mengozzi
University of Michigan
Advisory board
Ferdinando Abbri
Università di Siena-Arezzo
David Burn
University of Leuven-KU Leuven
Stefano Campagnolo
Biblioteca Marciana di Venezia Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma
Mauro Casadei Turroni Monti
Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia
Arnaldo Morelli
Università dell’Aquila
Emiliano Ricciardi
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Cesarino Ruini
Università di Bologna
Katelijne Schiltz
Universität Regensburg
Thomas Schmidt
University of Manchester
Domenico Staiti
Università di Bologna
Rodobaldo Tibaldi
Università di Pavia-Cremona
Marco Uvietta
Università degli Studi di Trento
Philippe Vendrix
CNRS – Université de Tours
Editorial board
Lorenzo Cinatti
Cecilia Luzzi

Luigi Marzola
Stefano Mengozzi
Claudio Santori
Editorial office
Valeria Gudini

«Polifonie. History and Theory of Choral Music» is the scholarly musicological journal of the Centro di Studi Guidoniani, published yearly by the “Guido d’Arezzo” Foundation

Founded in 2001 by Francesco Luisi in the wake of the millennial celebrations of Guido d’Arezzo’s birth, it was relaunched with a New Series in 2019 with a new editorial board made of prominent international scholars, and a renewed commitment to the highest research and editorial standards.

«Polifonie» is devoted to the study of monophonic and polyphonic vocal music from the Middle Ages to the present day, within the Western art tradition and beyond. Its scope includes source-studies, palaeography, textual criticism, performance practice, music theory, music analysis, historical and archival studies, and interdisciplinary research in fields such as literature and art.

The journal aims at b the most recent research in these fields with the goal of offering a critical forum for fruitful exchanges among scholars, composers, choral conductors and singers.

It publishes articles in both Italian and English; all submissions are evaluated through a double-blind peer-review process.

«Polifonie» is available in print and online (open access) on this site. The journal is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0), with the seal “Approved for Free Cultural Works”. Under this license the authors retain the copyright and users are allowed to freely download the journal contents and to share and reuse them in compliance with copyright law, provided that appropriate credit is given along with a link to the license, and that any textual adjustments are clearly marked.