par Murray, Christopher
Référence Revue de musicologie, 103, 2, page (681-696)
Publication Publié, 2017
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : This contribution attempts to define the mark made upon American musicology by the Société française de musicologie and its Revue, focusing in particular on The Musical Quarterly, the actions and publications of the American Musicobgical Society, and the American members of the SFM. Using documents from the administrative archives of the SFM and the AMS, it describes the communications and collaborations that have occurred between the two national associations over the course of the century (1917-2017). In doing so, it also paints portraits of the key figures of those transatlantic relations, and considers the some of the principal projects of the main actors as they impacted the development of Franco-American musicology during the twentieth century.