Gamut is the peer-reviewed online journal of the Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic. A journal of criticism, commentary, research, and scholarship, Gamut seeks submissions focusing on any aspect of music theory and its cognate disciplines.
Focus and Scope
The increasing diversity of topics in, and approaches to, theory and analysis opens the way for articles of interest to a wider online audience. In an effort to broaden the topics and music-theoretical and analytical ideas presented in Gamut, we especially encourage submissions from authors whose knowledge of other disciplines can contribute to musical understanding.
While we are happy to accept submissions of a traditional nature, dealing with such topics as Schenkerian or Transformational Theory, we are also excited to receive submissions dealing with new theoretical and analytical concepts. These might concern music of different non-Western regions (e.g., India, the Middle-East, or South America) or musical genres from popular culture (e.g., rock, country, or hiphop).
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.
About Newfound Press
Gamut is published by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville Libraries digital imprint, Newfound Press, which advances the community of learning by experimenting with effective and open systems of scholarly communication. Journals published by Newfound Press are peer-reviewed, and may be born-digital or online versions of print counterparts. Copyright owners grant Newfound Press non-exclusive rights to disseminate the content in an open access environment. Publishing through Newfound Press guarantees high visibility and reliable archiving of current and back files. Newfound Press uses the Berkeley Electronic Press Digital Commons platform for all steps in the editorial process, from manuscript submission to publication. New issues are posted as soon as they are completed, providing exceptionally current access to research and ideas.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Office of Research (http://www.utk.edu/research/) provided start-up funding for Gamut in 2006 with a SARIF grant for web page design, software for musical notation display, and student assistance.
We encourage research librarians to list this journal among their library's electronic journal holdings.