MUSIC
Composing Community in Late Medieval Music: Self-Reference Pedagogy and Practice
When we sing lines in which a fifteenth-century musician uses ethereal polyphony to complain mundanely about money or hoarseness, more than half a millennium melts away. Equally intriguing are moments in which we experience solmization puns. These familiar worries and surprising jests break down temporal distances, humanizing the lives and endeavors of our musical forebears. Yet many instances of self-reference occur within otherwise serious pieces.
Classic Rock and Metal Hammer Present Metallica 3rd Edition 2019
From their unlikely beginnings to the making of their classic albums, and packed with decades of intimate, behind-the-scenes shots, this is the complete story of how Metallica became the world's biggest metal band.
Russian Opera and the Symbolist Movement Second Edition
Acclaimed for treading new ground in operatic studies of the period, Simon Morrison's influential and now-classic text explores music and the occult during the Russian Symbolist movement. Including previously unavailable archival materials about Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky, this wholly revised edition is both up to date and revelatory. Topics range from decadence to pantheism, musical devilry to narcotic-infused evocations of heaven, the influence of Wagner, and the significance of contemporaneous Russian literature.
Coming to Terms with Our Musical Past: An Essay on Mozart and Modernist Aesthetics
For over a generation now, many leading performers, critics, and scholars of Mozart's music have taken a rejection of transcendence as axiomatic. This essentially modernist, antiromantic orientation attempts to neutralize the sorts of aesthetic experiences that presuppose an enchantment with Mozart's art, an engagement traditionally articulated by such terms as intention, mimesis, author, and genius. 
The Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music 2nd Edition
Musicians are always quick to adopt and explore new technologies. The fast-paced changes wrought by electrification, from the microphone via the analogue synthesiser to the laptop computer, have led to a wide range of new musical styles and techniques. Electronic music has grown to a broad field of investigation, taking in historical movements such as musique concrète and elektronische Musik, and contemporary trends such as electronic dance music and electronica.
Guitarist – February 2020
Guitarist is the longest established UK guitar magazine. You'll find authoritative gear reviews, artist interviews, technique lessons and advice. Plus, Guitarist's digital edition now includes all of the same audio and video content as the print edition; available to download from a special area of the Guitarist website!
Cambridge Composer Studies Duke Ellington Studies
Duke Ellington (1899-1974) is widely considered the jazz tradition's most celebrated composer. This engaging yet scholarly volume explores his long career and his rich cultural legacy from a broad range of in-depth perspectives, from the musical and historical to the political and international. World-renowned scholars and musicians examine Ellington's influence on jazz music, its criticism, and its historiography. 
Bass Guitar - February 2020
Bass Guitar Magazine is the UK's only title devoted to the bass in all its forms for professional players and those just beginning to learn. Using expert writers and reviewers who know their subject in incredible detail, it provides the latest educational columns, news and reviews of instruments, accessories and equipment. Every issue has transcriptions and tuition put together by a team of dedicated professional players so that every reader can learn and nail those all-important basslines. You'll even find genuine rock, jazz, metal and funk stars writing their own columns too.
Classic Rock UK - February 2020
Classic Rock focuses on the biggest names in rock music past, present and future with in-depth features, exclusive interviews, a substantial reviews section, and music news. lassic Rock is a GREAT magazine. No emo. 
No nu metal.
Metal Hammer UK – February 2020
We are Metal Hammer and we go heavy.

For over three decades, we've brought the biggest and the best in the world of metal, each and every single month. From exclusive interviews with the biggest bands in our game, to celebrating the rise of the new artists taking our genre into its next chapter, we represent heavy music in all its many forms, offering our readers world class features, unbiased reviews and special looks inside the scenes and cultures no one else will talk about.