In an effort to encourage research in Haydn studies, and in the music of the 18th century, we welcome submissions from librarians and special collection curators regarding newly-discovered, neglected, and important documents and other apropos artifacts. Such submissions should include high-resolution images of the documents/artifacts accompanied by a brief essay (c. 2,500 words) regarding the significance of the item(s), and information regarding the collection and its accessibility. Send these submissions as Word file and pdf attachments to Michael E. Ruhling at firstname.lastname@example.org, accompanied by a cover letter (Word file) including the title, submission type (Important Documents), author’s name, affiliation, address, email address and telephone number. A 250-word abstract will be expected for any article published in HAYDN. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce any such material in which they do not hold copyright, and for ensuring that the appropriate acknowledgments are included in the text. See “Submission Guidelines” for other details.
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