Announcing Digital Publication
We offer institutions and individuals three options
for subscriptions: print only (as is);
digital only; and print plus digital.
Digital subscriptions are delivered
under their Current Scholarship
. Subscriptions in all three options
are available via our subscriptions page
. All individual subscribers and print-only institutional subscribers may order there. Institutions should contact JSTOR (firstname.lastname@example.org
) for digital and print-plus-digital subscriptions.
Print subscribers will continue to receive any CDs; the audio will be available online for digital subscribers.
Digital subscribers will have full access not only to
the current issues, but also to our entire print run from 1962 to the present.
Individual Articles in PDF
Volumes more than seven years old remain available in the JSTOR archives.
Single articles in the archives can be purchased individually through JSTOR's
Publisher Sales Service
Go to the JSTOR PNM page
click to open the article you want, and click the Download button.
The PNM/OS CD Series
To be a forum for valuable musical thinking that might otherwise remain unavailable
describes the ethos of Perspectives over its history. To this end, we are producing a series of CDs for
our subscribers and other interested music-lovers, in a collaboration between
Perspectives of New Music and Open Space
. These CDs will go to PNM subscribers occasionially
as part of their subscription.
ERSPECTIVES OF NEW MUSIC
is directed to a readership consisting of
composers, performers, scholars, and all others interested in any kind
of contemporary music. Published material includes theoretical
research, analyses, technical reports, position papers by composers,
sociological and philosophical articles, interviews, reviews, and, for
special purposes, short musical scores or other creative productions.
50 Years of Innovation
Volume 50 (2012) was mailed to subscribers in January 2013.
This special Golden Anniversary Double Issue, vol. 50 nos. 1&2, features:
- A History of Perspectives, as told in many interviews and essays by people
who have been involved at some time during the past 50 years;
- A special feature on Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Volume 49, including:
- Special issue on Musical Tiling
- Milton Babbitt: A Composers' Memorial
It is not too late to subscribe
for the historic Volume 49, which includes at no extra cost a very special Supplement dedicated to the memory of Milton Babbitt.
24 Compositions by living composers were commissioned by Perspectives of New Music
and are compiled here in a 4-CD boxed set and a 428-page book of scores, notes, and essays.
This Supplement was produced as a joint project of Perspectives of New Music and Open Space.
For Volume 49, Number 2, John Rahn and Emmanuel Amiot have co-edited a special package
on the theory and practice of tilings in music.
Read A Brief Guide to the Tiling Articles.