Dear authors submitting articles and other texts to Per Musi:
Instructions for Contributors
Authors should register and submit their papers through:
In the submission we point out that the ORCID number of each author will be requested, obligatory for the approved works.
Though English is the preferred language, articles in Portuguese and Spanish are also considered when submitting papers to the editorial process. We strongly encourage non-native language speakers to seek professional revision if the paper is in English. In the case of co-authorship, at least one of the co-authors must hold a doctoral degree (exceptional articles by authors holding only a master’s degree may be considered). Per Musi covers the main subareas of music: analysis, musicology, performance, composition, music education, music therapy, computer music etc., and their interdisciplinary interfaces.
The Per Musi template below must be strictly followed when submitting papers for consideration. Submitted papers that do not follow Per Musi guidelines will be called to resubmission. You might use this template to copy each part of your paper from your original file (title, author(s), institution, e-mail, abstract, keywords, number and title of sections, number and title of subsections, text paragraphs, figures, captions, references, footnotes etc.) and paste into the correspondent space of the template (or highlight each part and use the correspondent box in the “Styles” menu of the template).
The documents should include:
- Abstract of no more than 150 words.
- Text in MS Word with list of references (citation style of Music Education Research )
- Musical examples (.pdf or .jpg) and figures (.jpg) should be less than 1MB in size.
- Submitted templates must not include authorship. All contact details should be provided in the system, including the author’s name, e-mail address, filliation, telephone number, ORCID number etc.;
- Articles should range from 5,000 to 12,000 words (excluding notes and references).
- Text Preparation
Formatting: Use Calibri 20-point for the title, 12-point for the text with double space in the paragraph and single space for the footnotes in each page. Use 11-point for Abstract/Resumo/Resúmen and translated title.
Spacing: 1.15 spacing should be used in all instances, after periods, colons, semicolons and 1.0 in all footnotes. Add line space before paragraph without indent. The text should be justified, including references.
Names of works: Generic titles should be given in Italic.
Musical note names: Flats, sharps, and naturals can be indicated by the conventional symbols or spelled out (e.g., C-sharp, D-flat, or B-natural).
Citations: Use Calibri 12-point for the text with indent 3.0.
Musical Examples, Tables, Figures, diagrams, and other material should be supplied in the original document and other separate document with short descriptive captions (not longer than a single line is advised).
References: According to the style of Music Education Research. Automatic bibliographic Software can be used with this formating.
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