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The Yearbook for Traditional Music is a refereed scholarly journal which carries essays, reviews, and reports in the area of traditional music and dance research.
ISSN (Print): 0740-1558.
ISSN (Online): 2304-3857.
General Editor: Kati Szego.
The Yearbook was established in 1949 as the Journal of the International Folk Music Council, and it is published in English every November by the ICTM Secretariat. All ICTM members and institutional subscribers in good standing receive a copy of the Yearbook via priority air mail.
The latest issue of the Yearbook is Vol. 47 (2015), which was published and distributed in November 2015.
Additional materials for printed Yearbooks, such as tables of contents, Book Notes, and audiovisual examples, can be found at this page.
Regarding submissions for the 2016 Yearbook for Traditional Music, guest editors Drs Razia Sultanova and Timothy Rice will only be considering papers presented at the 2015 World Conference in Astana, Kazakhstan. Please submit articles to them by 1 January 1 2016 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to submit original articles and/or review materials to be considered for inclusion in the next issue of the Yearbook for Traditional Music, please find the full guidelines here.
Printed back issues of the Yearbook for Traditional Music are available from the ICTM Secretariat, from Vol. 1 (1969) through Vol. 46 (2014), at 23.00 EUR (18.00 EUR for members in good standing) per volume, plus shipping and handling. A 10% discount is available for orders of more than 10 copies of the same volume shipped to the same address. The latest issue of the Yearbook (currently Vol. 47) costs 90.00 EUR (shipping and handling included).
For any questions regarding online access to the Yearbook for Traditional Music, please contact JSTOR directly.